A national umbrella organisation of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) working in the Water and Sanitation sector in Tanzania. Established in August 2008, and officially registered on 10th October 2008 under the NGO Act. 20 local NGO’s took the initial initiative of establishing the WASH network to mark the beginning, as a platform to engage and advocate at the national level.
A Tanzania with sustainable access to Water and Sanitation
To influence policy and promote good practices in the water and sanitation sector through strengthening CSO members’ coordination, networking, and facilitate capacity development profile on sector issues and best practices from their water and sanitation programs
What We Do
Our Thematic Strategic Focus
Influencing changes or improvement of WASH policies and legal framework, through learning and sharing platforms on WASH issues at...
Conducing evidence based researches for advocacy through sector dialogue mechanisms including Technical or Thematic Working Groups...
Documentation and Dissemination TAWASANET is obliged in documenting key WASH sector information and best practices for wider...
Board of Directors
Meet members of governing body
Dr. Rosemary Daniel
Mr. Lawrence Kitogo
Mr. James P. Magombola
Ms. Askinia Lyambal
Mr. Jansi D. Sinkamba
Ms. Lilian Liundi
Ms. Joyce Kyando
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News & Events
- 2023 TAMKO LA TAWASANET – MAFURIKO YA MANYARAUtangulizi: TAWASANET imesikitishwa na taarifa ya janga la mafuriko ya maji iliyoambatana na maporomoko ya… Read more: 2023 TAMKO LA TAWASANET – MAFURIKO YA MANYARA