Extension of Water Distribution Network in Songea WSSAs

The Songea Water Supply and Sanitation Authority completed the Extension of Water Distribution Network project in parts of Songea Municipal. The project was implemented in the areas of Mshangano, Miembeni, Gassa ATT, Mkuzo Stand and Lizaboni (Police street). SONGEA WSSA achieved the following targets:
•    A total of 522 New customers have been connected and receive reliable water supply as of October 2020.
•    Collection efficiency of 91.27% over a period of six months.
•    About 35 km of water supply distribution network was installed as of October 2020
•    Replacement of 466 faulty water meters in the existing distribution areas

Mang’ana Spring Source Water Supply Project

The Moshi Urban Water and Sanitation Authority implemented the Mang’ana Spring Source Water Supply Project that aimed at improving the Water Supply and sanitation in their existing network and serve new areas such as URU North, URU South and other parts of Moshi Manicipality. A total of 1,870 customers have been connected and receive reliable Water Supply as of January 2019. The project comprises four main components:
•    Construction of intake at Mang’ana source and gravity main at a length of at least 1KM
•    Construction of transmission main to uncovered areas of Moshi Rural by at least 8KM and distribution branch lines of at least 7KM.
•    Additional billing of not less than 1,000 new customers in the proposed new supply areas.
•    Collection efficiency of not less than 90% within the entire service area of MUWSA.
The main financial figures of the project are summarized in the below data sheet:

 

Tabora Water Supply Network Extension Works


The Tabora Water Supply and Sanitation Authority implemented the Water Supply Network Extension Works Project that aimed at improving water supply servicec in Tabora Municipality. Through the implementation of this project, a total of 1,075 customers were connected to the water supply network by October 2018. TUWASA will connect additional 925 customers within the project area in 2019, increasing the total number of beneficiaries to approximately 20,000. Apart from that, three water kiosks were constructed in selected low income areas and have been in operation since October 2018. A total of 30 km of transmission and distribution network has been laid as part of this project.

KUWASA-MHUNGULA WATER SUPPLY PROJECT

The project has been implemented in villages of Mhungula and part of Mtakuja which are located in the Ward of Mhungula in Kahama urban. The water derives from the Kahama-Shinyanga Water Supply and Sanitation Authority (KASHAWASA), whereby KUWASA purchases bulk water produced from Lake Victoria and transmitted to Kahama town at a distance of 117Km. It is stored in a large reserve tank located at Shunu with a capacity of 18,000 m3.
The project has increase the number of customers from 10,646 to 11,206 which resulted in an increased coverage of 5.3%. The project implementation covered three phases:

MWANZA-MWAUWASA

The Mwanza Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Authority (MWAUWASA) implemented the Emergency Water Supply Works in Hilly Areas of Mwanza Project that aims at improving water supply Services to the highly elevated areas of the city.