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Latest Blog Posts for WE ARE THE ENVIRONMENT

  • Total ban on plastic bags
    on Nov 3, 2011
  • Tanzania most green in East Africa
    on Oct 25, 2011
    TANZANIA has the highest forested area than any of its four East African neighbours, with the country boasting over 37 per cent of natural vegetation cover. The other countries, Kenya, Uganda, Burundi and Rwanda have an average of 10 per cent or less...
  • Plan to improve rural sanitation
    on Oct 23, 2011
    TOP officials from the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare and Dodoma district personnel will next month have the opportunity to train on Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS). The ministry's sanitation expert told the 'Sunday News' recently in...
  • Kilwa's Root To Clean Water
    on Oct 21, 2011
    Dry area  A hole that women and children get in to get clean water They walk kilometers to get water....    Photo: Yusuf Badi                 &nb...
  • Multi-billion dollar climate change fund hits barrier
    on Oct 21, 2011
    Plans for a multi-billion dollar fund to help developing countries deal with climate change hit a big barrier this week when countries could not agree on the design of the fund.  The decision came on Tuesday at a meeting of an international...
  • Waste water recycling boosts food production in Moshi - Tanzania
    on Oct 14, 2011
    WASTE water recycling project in the lower Moshi area has increased availability of water sourced from municipal oxidation ponds for paddy irrigation schemes, according to the Public Relations Officer of Moshi Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Aut...
  • TANZANIA to get 7.5bn/- grant for sanitation
    on Oct 12, 2011
  • # Hunger
    on Oct 8, 2011
  • Improve garbage control
    on Oct 8, 2011
    With the prediction that the urban population in Tanzania will hit 30 million in 2050, from the current 12 million, the country needs to review its waste disposal and environmental management policies.With the rapid growth of the population and ro...
  • Clean environment to build healthy nation
    on Oct 5, 2011
    Dar es Salaam. Access to water and sanitation remains low in Tanzania despite the country’s abundance of river and lake waters.Tanzania, like other developing countries, lacks adequate resources that are needed in order to achieve environmental...
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