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Endamaghan is among the two villages of ENDAMAGH ward allocated on the Western
part of Karatu District, in Arusha Region. ...
The following images were taken in different
actions during safari, at work, with cheerful
Endamaghan Primary school staff...
Image 2. First Day at work in Endamaghan primary
school staff-room with staff members (teachers) for
demonstration - showi...
Image 3: Endamaghan Primary school Staff Members enjoying
Nanofilter filtered water
Image 4: The survey/ water sample coll...
Image 5: The surveyor with the health officer, Mr.Vicent,
at Engamaghan health center
The health officer was interviewed a...
Image 6: The surveyor (Benami
Faustine) demonstrating the
strength of Nanofilter in water
purification – in the presence o...
Image 7: Shows Endamaghan primary school Pupils fetching tap-water
from the school tap for drinking and cooking purposes t...
Image 9: The surveyor visited Hadzabe residential areas and he interviewed few
of them on seriousness of diseases caused b...
Image 11: Endamaghan primary school Pupils rejoicing after they heard
“good news” of prospective Nanofilter project for th...
END OF PRESANTATION
Nanofilter project report   karatu arusha tanzania nov.2016
Nanofilter project report   karatu arusha tanzania nov.2016
Nanofilter project report   karatu arusha tanzania nov.2016
Nanofilter project report   karatu arusha tanzania nov.2016
Nanofilter project report   karatu arusha tanzania nov.2016
Nanofilter project report   karatu arusha tanzania nov.2016
Nanofilter project report   karatu arusha tanzania nov.2016
Nanofilter project report   karatu arusha tanzania nov.2016
Nanofilter project report   karatu arusha tanzania nov.2016
Nanofilter project report   karatu arusha tanzania nov.2016
Nanofilter project report   karatu arusha tanzania nov.2016
Nanofilter project report   karatu arusha tanzania nov.2016
Nanofilter project report   karatu arusha tanzania nov.2016
Nanofilter project report   karatu arusha tanzania nov.2016
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Nanofilter project report karatu arusha tanzania nov.2016

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This is a Nanofilter water filter report project conducted by Mr. Benami Faustine Mulokozi at Gongali Model in Nov.2016. The survey was sponsored by Rev. Amy Jo Anderson from U.S.A

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Nanofilter project report karatu arusha tanzania nov.2016

  1. 1. Endamaghan is among the two villages of ENDAMAGH ward allocated on the Western part of Karatu District, in Arusha Region. A distance of 100 kilometers is to be covered to reach this village from Karatu Township. It takes six hours to reach this village through public transport due to the unstable road infrastructure and it took two days to accomplish this task from 17th -19th November 2016. This village is a beautiful place which is surrounded by Ngorongoro national park on its North-West part and Lake Eyasi on South-East. Most residents of this village are Hadzabe, Tindiga, Iraq and other government officers such as Teachers, health officers. Most dwellers are Cultivators, pastoralists and Hunters. Also social needs are located in this village like Endamaghan primary school and its Health center as well as Tap water and Trench (Small River) water. These are the only sources of water for human, animals, and farm irrigation. Samples of water were taken from those sources of water (and tested in Arusha): Water Source Level of Fluoride Remarks (i) Trench water that flows from Ngorongoro National Park 0.3 mg/L Acceptable WHO ≤ 1.5 (ii) Jangwani trench that flows from Mikochen forest streams 0.8 mg/L Acceptable (iii) Tap Water at Endamaghan Primary 0.3 mg/L Acceptable (iv) Filtered water from the School’s Sand 0.3 mg/L Acceptable  Further tests are needed if desired – for bacteria and other chemicals  Since waterborne diseases are reported, there must be bacterial contaminations. But Nanofilter can remove all microorganisms and other chemicals contaminants.
  2. 2. The following images were taken in different actions during safari, at work, with cheerful Endamaghan Primary school staff, and Hadzabe community. Image 1: Public Transport vehicle used to reach Endamaghan primary school and Motorcycle “Bodaboda” for shuttling from one place to another during sample collection.
  3. 3. Image 2. First Day at work in Endamaghan primary school staff-room with staff members (teachers) for demonstration - showing the strength of Nanofilter on water filtration. The dirty (muddy) water water was filtered and made clear (colorless), as demonstrated on the side containers: the extreme right container contains dirty water (before filtration).
  4. 4. Image 3: Endamaghan Primary school Staff Members enjoying Nanofilter filtered water Image 4: The survey/ water sample collection from Jangwani trenches which flows from Mikocheni forest streams and Ngorongoro streams
  5. 5. Image 5: The surveyor with the health officer, Mr.Vicent, at Engamaghan health center The health officer was interviewed about different waterborne diseases affecting the Endamaghan community. The officer reported that Typhoid, Amoeba, and Warms are a serious concern, particularly for children up to age 15.
  6. 6. Image 6: The surveyor (Benami Faustine) demonstrating the strength of Nanofilter in water purification – in the presence of Mr.Vicent, the health officer at the Endamaghan health center
  7. 7. Image 7: Shows Endamaghan primary school Pupils fetching tap-water from the school tap for drinking and cooking purposes to their homes after class hours Image 8: The Surveyor visited Hope Center - founded by Simple Hope foundation in Ngorongoro National Park for Hadzabe community
  8. 8. Image 9: The surveyor visited Hadzabe residential areas and he interviewed few of them on seriousness of diseases caused by water. They admitted that Typhoid, Amoeba, and warms weakens their health and also costs their life in some cases. They complained on high costs for regular medical treatment. Image 10: The surveyor with a cheerful Endamaghan primary school staff as they forecast their health being strengthened after solving waterborne diseases – for teachers, pupils, and the community at large -THANKS for their cooperation and wisdom which they showed on accomplishment of this task.
  9. 9. Image 11: Endamaghan primary school Pupils rejoicing after they heard “good news” of prospective Nanofilter project for their school. This will solve the problem of absenteeism due to the waterborne diseases. Image 12: Different sceneries and beautiful forests - series of Meatu Mountains & Lake Eyas, Streams from Ngorongoro National Parks, and everything else!
  10. 10. END OF PRESANTATION

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