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2016 Annual Report

We are pleased to share our newly released professionally designed annual report for 2016 which includes a message from the director, the year in review, annual achievements, financial updates and looking forward – to next year and beyond. UniWater Education’s … Continue reading

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Short courses in Malawi

Courses offered: Low-­cost sanitation Constructing safe and sustainable groundwater wells Agricultural adaptations for climate change: rain water harvesting and irrigation water management approaches Monitoring, evaluation and learning Statistical Package for Social Scientists (SPSS) for monitoring and evaluation Geographic Information System … Continue reading

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First Set of Boxes Delivered!

We are very happy to announce that the first set of boxes (containing books) sent from Calgary, Canada have arrived in Morogoro, Tanzania! See the image below for a visual summary of the journey the boxes took to reach their … Continue reading

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First Boxes Sent!

Our first bunch of books are currently on their way to Tanzania!  This very exciting as it is another milestone for our organization – now we can say that we actually do this and not just intend to do this.  … Continue reading

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2015 Annual Report

We are pleased to share our newly released professionally designed annual report for 2015 which includes a message from the director, the year in review, annual achievements, financial updates and looking forward – to next year and beyond. UniWater Education’s … Continue reading

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An article by New Scoop on UniWater’s work!

Solving water issues in Africa through education. According to the Water Project, 290 million people in Sub-Saharan Africa are drinking contaminated water. That’s almost a third of the local population that doesn’t have access to safe, clean water and Laurra … Continue reading

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