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WASH Improvements for Mpapa Health Center: PROGRESS REPORT #2

WASH Improvements for Mpapa Health Center: PROGRESS REPORT #2

Phase 1 of the Mpapa Health Center WASH Improvement Project in Tanzania is complete! Construction began in May 2022 of a multi-phased water project for the Mpapa Health Center in Tanzania. In collaboration with our Tanzanian in-country partners, Sanitation and Water...
Progress on Water System Renovations in Panama

Progress on Water System Renovations in Panama

Great progress is being made on multiple small-scale water system renovations in Panama! WEFTA is proud to pick up where our sister organization, Waterlines, left off as they sunset last year. WEFTA and Waterlines have worked together with rural Indigenous communities...
PROGRESS REPORT: WASH Improvements Project for Mpapa Health Center

PROGRESS REPORT: WASH Improvements Project for Mpapa Health Center

Amazing progress is being made on the first phase of the Mpapa Health Center WASH Improvements Project in Tanzania! The Mpapa Health Center is located in the rural region of Mbinga in southwest Tanzania and serves over 2,100 people. The catchment area of this project...
BOLIVIA: A positive impact for 11 families of Chama Abajo

BOLIVIA: A positive impact for 11 families of Chama Abajo

The rural community of Chama Abajo is located at over 13,000 feet above sea level, in the Bolivian Altiplano. The community members of Chama Abajo are faced with water source challenges. Their current water sources are open wells and small rivers susceptible to...
TANZANIA: Phase 1 of the Mpapa Water Project Begins 

TANZANIA: Phase 1 of the Mpapa Water Project Begins 

In collaboration with our Tanzanian in-country partners, Sanitation and Water Action (SAWA), the first phase of a multi-phase water project has begun for the Mpapa Health Centre located in the rural region of Mbinga in southwest Tanzania. The Mpapa Health Centre...
We are committed to the communities we serve.

We are committed to the communities we serve.

WEFTA is committed to continuing our work with less fortunate communities in Latin America and Africa to find solutions for reliable and sustainable water and sanitation systems. In 2021, WEFTA expanded service into new regions, including Burkina Faso, Ghana, and...