Category Archives: Tanzania
CED Engineer Rob Wakeling is working away in Iringa preparing the water pipeline for a visit by the President of Tanzania. Ian Rankin is about to join him after a visit to Zanzibar. You can follow Ian’s trip by clicking on this link .
CED is working in Partnership with the Anglican Diocese of Ruaha in a major community based rural water, sanitation and health & hygiene education programme in the Pawaga area in the north western corner of Iringa District. Pawaga is one of the climatically less well favoured areas of the region where some 16,000 people, centred [Read more...]
Background: Beneficiaries 9,000 residents of four villages in the Iringa Region of Central Tanzania. Partner Anglican Church of Tanzania, Diocese of Ruaha (Iringa). Implementation Kilolo Development Project Community Steering Group / Diocese Development Officer. Survey by Regional Water Engineer. Construction by the beneficiary communities with assistance from CED. Timescale 2004 – 2007. Funding European Commission [Read more...]
Background: Zanzibar Cathedral Zanzibar achieved World Heritage status in 2000. The Cathedral, built to celebrate the end of the slave trade, is one of its listed buildings. It is a remarkable building, reflecting an unusual combination of Perpendicular Gothic and Islamic details. It was technically ahead of its time; Bishop Steere chose a concrete roof [Read more...]