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DANIDA financed water projects in Iringa, Mbeya and Ruvuma Regions, Tanzania

This slide series shows the water projects of south west Tanzania. This series is a composition of 8 water related subjects. First it describes the catchment area and intake structures. It indicates that the catchment area of a surface water source should be protected, which means that the intake is protected and this will probably result in a reliable water source. The second subject is the water transmission. The third part covers the storage system. It describes the storage reservoirs and this construction. The fourth theme deals with the domestic tap-points, this maintenance and the drainage system. The fifth subject is latrines. The sixth part deals with community involvement as a means of improving village water supply. The seventh subject covers the way in which the village generates its income. The last part of this series describes the construction of site camps.

TitleDANIDA financed water projects in Iringa, Mbeya and Ruvuma Regions, Tanzania
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication1987
Authorsvan Wijk-Sijbesma, CA, Smet, JEM, Bastemeijer, TF
Pagination1 slide-series (72 slides + text, 5 p.)
Date Published1987-01-01
PublisherIRC
Place PublishedThe Hague, The Netherlands
Keywordscatchment areas, community participation, construction, evaluation, income generation, intake works, latrines, projects, public standposts, tanzania iringa, tanzania mbeya, tanzania ruvuma, water storage, water transmission
Abstract

This slide series shows the water projects of south west Tanzania. This series is a composition of 8 water related subjects. First it describes the catchment area and intake structures. It indicates that the catchment area of a surface water source should be protected, which means that the intake is protected and this will probably result in a reliable water source. The second subject is the water transmission. The third part covers the storage system. It describes the storage reservoirs and this construction. The fourth theme deals with the domestic tap-points, this maintenance and the drainage system. The fifth subject is latrines. The sixth part deals with community involvement as a means of improving village water supply. The seventh subject covers the way in which the village generates its income. The last part of this series describes the construction of site camps.

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