Provide a Child with Safe Filtered Drinking Water
Provided funding for 1800 days of access to life-saving clean water to children
Project managed by: MSABI
Give access to safe water for a Tanzanian child at a local school by providing a ceramic water filter for a day. Provide local employment at the same time as each ceramic Tembo pot filter is locally manufactured. Each unit provides safe and effective water filtration to a bottled water quality. The ceramic water filters are long-lasting with an expected lifespan of 3 years and have been tested in the laboratory to remove more than 99.8% of bacteria. Protect the health of a child by eliminating the incidence of waterborne diseases.
More About This Project
Over the 2017-2020 period, MSABI has selected a total of 51 schools in which to hold WASH education sessions. The schools have on average 650 primary school students per school and a total of 31850 students will benefit from this program. MSABI aims to provide 5 filters to each school from the B1G1 contribution to each school and further discounts are available for purchase of the filters by the school and student body.
A full list of schools and map for the 51 schools can be produced on request. Up to 2020, A total of 4279 filters have been provided.