666,569 People impacted
175 Projects Completed

Choka Village

Project Type

Water

Completed

28/07/2023

People impacted

3,000

Donor

Stacy Haase, David Greenstein

Location

Live Monitoring

Choka Village, home to 3,000 people in remote Kondoa, Tanzania, lacked clean water access. Women and girls walked 2 kilometers daily to a contaminated riverbed, causing waterborne illnesses. Thanks to David & Stacy Greenstein’s support on July 29, 2023, Innovation: Africa installed a solar water pumping system. This brought 1.53 liters daily to the community through 16 taps, 2907 kilometers of piping, and 10 solar panels. Now, children return to school, women grow food-secure gardens, and families practice better hygiene. The community thrives with increased opportunities.

Miganga B Village

Project Type

Water

Completed

18/03/2022

People impacted

6,297

Donor

Kirsh Foundation

Location

Live Monitoring

Miganga B Village, home to 6,297 people, is remotely located in the Dodoma region of Tanzania. The entire community was living without access to safe and clean drinking water. Mothers and children spend their days walking far distances, searching for and collecting water from a water source that is extremely contaminated. In March 2022 with the help of our generous supporter the Kirsh Foundation, Innovation: Africa was able to fulfil its mission and provided clean water to Miganga B Village. Harnessing the energy from the sun, a solar water pumping system was installed. Innovation: Africa drilled 120 meters into the ground to reach water. A water tower was built, housing a 10,000-liter water tank which connects taps to distribute water throughout the village. Access to clean water transforms a community, as Miganga B Village is now experiencing improved sanitation and hygiene, waterborne diseases have been eliminated, handwashing has become a common practice, children have been able to return to school, and local economic endeavors have been initiated.

Chitabuli Village

Project Type

Water

Completed

22/08/2022

People impacted

2,104

Donor

Kahn Foundation

Location

Live Monitoring

Chitabuli Village, home to 2,104 people and remotely located in Chamwino, Tanzania. The entire community was living without access to clean water. Women and young girls walked 1.5km multiple times a day to collect water from a contaminated open local wells. The water source runs dry in the dry season, forcing the community to wait for hours or search for other water sources. Consuming the water from the existing water sources causes waterborne illnesses including typhoid. With the generous support from the Kahn Foundation, on August 22, 2022, Innovation: Africa installed a solar water pumping system in Chitabuli Village, significantly improving the lives of Chitabuli Village’s population. Children have returned to school to receive an education. Women are growing gardens, providing food security and cooking safely. Families are washing their hands, improving general sanitation and thus becoming healthier. We now see a community developing, growing and enjoying increased opportunity.

Mugu Village

Project Type

Water

Completed

31/12/2022

People impacted

2,109

Donor

Water4Mercy

Location

Live Monitoring

Mugu Village is home to 2,109 people and is remotely located in Chamwino, Tanzania. The entire community was living without access to clean water. Women and young girls walked 1km multiple times a day to collect water from a contaminated open local well. The water source runs dry in the dry season, forcing the community to wait for hours or search for other water sources. Consuming the water from the existing water sources causes waterborne illnesses including typhoid. With generous support from Water4Mercy, on December 31, 2022, Innovation: Africa installed a solar water pumping system in Mugu Village, significantly improving the lives of Mugu Village’s population. Children have returned to school to receive an education. Women are growing gardens, providing food security, and cooking safely. Families are washing their hands, improving general sanitation, and thus becoming healthier. We now see a community developing, growing, and enjoying increased opportunity.

Halo Village

Project Type

Water

Completed

31/12/2022

People impacted

2,453

Donor

Kirsh Foundation

Location

Live Monitoring

Halo Village, home to 2,453 people and remotely located in Bahi, Tanzania. The entire community was living without access to clean water. Women and young girls walked 1.5km multiple times a day to collect water from a contaminated seasonal local wells. The water source runs dry in the dry season, forcing the community to wait for hours or search for other water sources. Consuming the water from the existing water sources causes waterborne illnesses including typhoid . With the generous support from the Kirsh Foundation, on December 31, 2022, Innovation: Africa installed a solar water pumping system in Halo Village, significantly improving the lives of Halo Village’s population. Children have returned to school to receive an education. Women are growing gardens, providing food security and cooking safely. Families are washing their hands, improving general sanitation and thus becoming healthier. We now see a community developing, growing and enjoying increased opportunity.

Mwegamile Village

Project Type

Water

Completed

13/07/2022

People impacted

3,516

Donor

Kahn Foundation

Location

Live Monitoring

Mwegamile Village is home to 3,516 people and is remotely located in Dodoma District, Tanzania. The entire community was living without access to clean water. Women and young girls walked 3.0km multiple times a day to collect water from a contaminated open local well. The water source runs dry in the dry season, forcing the community to wait for hours or search for other water sources. Consuming the water from the existing water sources causes waterborne illnesses including typhoid. With generous support from the Kahn Foundation, on July 13, 2022, Innovation: Africa installed a solar water pumping system in Mwegamile Village, significantly improving the lives of Mwegamile Village’s population. Children have returned to school to receive an education. Women are growing gardens, providing food security, and cooking safely. Families are washing their hands, improving general sanitation, and thus becoming healthier. We now see a community developing, growing, and enjoying increased opportunity.

Chiwona Village

Project Type

Water

Completed

24/06/2022

People impacted

3,485

Donor

Dworman Family

Location

Live Monitoring

Chiwona Village, home to 3,485 people and remotely located in Chamwino, Tanzania. The entire community was living without access to clean water. Women and young girls walked 1.0km multiple times a day to collect water from a contaminated deeper local wells. The water source runs dry in the dry season, forcing the community to wait for hours or search for other water sources. Consuming the water from the existing water sources causes waterborne illnesses including typhoid. With the generous support from the Dworman Family, on June 24, 2022, Innovation: Africa installed a solar water pumping system in Chiwona Village, significantly improving the lives of Chiwona Village’s population. Children have returned to school to receive an education. Women are growing gardens, providing food security and cooking safely. Families are washing their hands, improving general sanitation and thus becoming healthier. We now see a community developing, growing and enjoying increased opportunity.

Matanga Village

Project Type

Water

Completed

18/11/2022

People impacted

2,122

Donor

Yair & Sharon Cohen

Location

Live Monitoring

Matanga Village, home to 2,122 people and remotely located in Chamwino, Tanzania. The entire community was living without access to clean water. Women and young girls walked 5.0km multiple times a day to collect water from a contaminated small open wells . The water source runs dry in the dry season, forcing the community to wait for hours or search for other water sources. Consuming the water from the existing water sources causes waterborne illnesses including typhoid. With the generous support from Yair & Sharon Cohen, on November 18, 2022, Innovation: Africa installed a solar water pumping system in Matanga Village, significantly improving the lives of Matanga Village’s population. Children have returned to school to receive an education. Women are growing gardens, providing food security and cooking safely. Families are washing their hands, improving general sanitation and thus becoming healthier. We now see a community developing, growing and enjoying increased opportunity.

Ganikwa Village

Project Type

Water

Completed

15/05/2022

People impacted

2,750

Donor

Morton Williams Supermarkets

Location

Live Monitoring

Ganikwa Village, home to 2,750 people, is remotely located in the Dodoma region of Tanzania. The entire community was living without access to safe and clean drinking water. Mothers and children spend their days walking far distances, searching for and collecting water from a water source that is extremely contaminated. In March 2022 with the help of our generous supporter, the Kaner Family, Innovation: Africa was able to fulfil its mission and provided clean water to Ganikwa Village. Harnessing the energy from the sun, a solar water pumping system was installed. Innovation: Africa drilled 170 meters into the ground to reach water. A water tower was built, housing a 10,000-liter water tank which connects taps to distribute water throughout the village. Access to clean water transforms a community, as Ganikwa Village is now experiencing improved sanitation and hygiene, waterborne diseases have been eliminated, handwashing has become a common practice, children have been able to return to school, and local economic endeavors have been initiated.

Mnala Village

Project Type

Water

Completed

31/03/2022

People impacted

1,895

Donor

Dworman Family

Location

Live Monitoring

Mnala Village, home to 7,850 people, is remotely located in the Dodoma region of Tanzania. The entire community was living without access to safe and clean drinking water. Mothers and children spend their days walking far distances, searching for and collecting water from a water source that is extremely contaminated. In March 2022 with the help of our generous supporter, the Dworman Family, Innovation: Africa was able to fulfill its mission and provided clean water to Mnala Village. Harnessing the energy from the sun, a solar water pumping system was installed. Innovation: Africa drilled 101 meters into the ground to reach water. A water tower was built, housing a 10,000-liter water tank which connects taps to distribute water throughout the village. Access to clean water transforms a community, as Mnala Village is now experiencing improved sanitation and hygiene, waterborne diseases have been eliminated, handwashing has become a common practice, children have been able to return to school, and local economic endeavors have been initiated.

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