The Global Sanitation Fund is a pooled global fund established by the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) and funded by its donors to gather and direct finance to help large numbers of people achieve improved sanitation and adopt good hygiene practices.

The Global Sanitation Fund is a pooled global fund established by the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) and funded by its donors to gather and direct finance to help large numbers of people achieve improved sanitation and adopt good hygiene practices.

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Tanzania Programme Overview

‘Usafi wa Mazingira Tanzania’ (‘Sanitation and Hygiene Programme in Tanzania’) supports the country’s National Sanitation Campaign by helping communities improve their sanitation and adopt sustainable hygiene practices. The programme works in three districts in Dodoma Region, through local and international NGOs and in partnership with village, district and regional actors.

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GSF Information

Executing Agency: Plan Tanzania
Programme duration: 2012-2018
Country Programme Monitor: INNOVEX

Key Results

Key Results

31 December 2015

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People with improved toilets
34,303
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People living in open defecation free environments
7,515
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People with handwashing facilities
99,054

Key Results

Key Results

31 December 2015

toilet
People with improved toilets
34,303
door
People living in open defecation free environments
7,515
hand
People with handwashing facilities
99,054

Intermediate Indicators

31 December 2015
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Communities declared ODF
4
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Communities triggered
106

Financial Pipeline

31 December 2015
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GSF commitments
$6.11 million
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In-country awards to Sub-grantees & for direct procurement
$3.93 million
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GSF disbursements
$4.78 milion
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In-country grant disbursements to Sub-grantees & for direct procurement
$2.70 million

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Momentum picks up in UMATA GSF programme in Tanzania

The August edition of UMATA News, the regular newsletter about the GSF-supported programme in Tanzania, highlights...