The objective of this project is to jointly set-up the project, raise funds and implement the project in order to sustainably increase access to WASH for 27.500 children, teachers and staff at 20 schools
This project is a joint activity of:
Rotary club of Arusha (D9211)
Rotary clubs of Utrecht-West (D1570), Op Seyst te Zeist (D1570), Gouda-Bloemendaal (D1570), Gouda (D1570),Helmond Regio (D1550), Amsterdam-Sloterdijk (D1580), Helmond (D1550), Groningen (D1590), Deurne-Asten-Someren (D1550), Eindhoven-Soeterbeek (D1550), Helmond-Quartier van Peellandt (D1550)
VEI (Dutch Water Operators) and her Foundation Water for Life
Arusha Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Authority (AUWASSA)
The Dutch Government (represented by VEI)
CONSTRUCTION of WASH INFRASTRUCTURE
Provide adequate WASH infrastructure for pupils, teachers and staff at 20 schools, for 27.500 children according to local standards.
For this project dry sanitation facilities with conservancy tanks are constructed. The number will be defined in the detailed design according to the standards at least 1 toilet per 50 pupils. Toilets are gender and disability friendly, modern and dignified.
As for the construction of the sanitation facilities a contractor will be selected through AUWSA and according to the procurement rules and regulations of VEI. Supervision will be carried out by AUWSA and VEI.
For this project all schools will get a water connection of AUWSSA and based on the hours of supply get storage tanks. For handwashing handwash facilities are constructed and veronica buckets and soap dispensers are provided. The water connection will be installed by AUWASSA, for the construction of the storage tank a contractor will be selected by AUWSA according to the VEI procurement rules and regulations of VEI. Supervision will be carried out by AUWSA and VEI.
For this project a WASH training will be developed according to the WASH strategy of MoEVT. This includes stakeholders' meetings to set roles and responsibilities, training of the school management on operations and maintenance and budgeting and training of School Health Coordinators and Health Clubs to set up agents of Change amongst pupils in order to include WASH within the school curriculum. This partner will organize frequent monitoring and follow-up sessions on the several topics at schools. The training programme will be implemented in partnership with the local government, responsible for WASH in schools. A local partner will be selected for the implementation of the training programme according to the VEI procurement rules and regulations. Supervision will be carried out by VEI.
Total project is 450.000
contributions: (updated April 20th, 2021)
Vei 247.500 (=55%)
Water for Life 50.000
Rotary clubs 71.000
Rotary districts $ 18.000 (D1550, D1570, D1580)
still to fund 70.000
So please will you support this project? Thank you.