New infrastructure with centralized municipal system could give access to water daily.

UNU-INWEH invested in a water transfer pump in Tanzania.

This Atlas provides the first global assessment of the state of the world’s mangroves.

Residents are accessing 20L of water per day from newly-built kiosks by UNU-INWEH.

UNU-INWEH is working with the community to develop an awareness programme on water, the environment and health.

UNU-INWEH has begun to facilitate the development of a community vision to address water and sanitation needs.

A solar powered footpump, extra storage tanks and an additional water point were built.