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Thames in Tanzania - Thames Water


In February 2010, Thames Water's Chief Operating Officer, Steve Shine and Head of Communications, Jayne Farrin visited Tanzania to witness first hand how the charity WaterAid are planning to use the £630,000 raised by Thames Water at its 2009 Love Water Ball.

In Tanzania, 70 per cent of the rural population and 30 per cent of urban dwellers have no access to safe water. Diarrhoea accounts for more than 20 per cent of infant deaths.

They spent four days visiting local communities in the Dodoma region who are yet to benefit from WaterAid's support. They also spent one day visiting communities near Dar es Salaam who now have access to clean water and sanitation.

They've created a video of their trip to show what life is like without clean water and safe sanitation and how WaterAid's work is saving lives.

Visit the Thames Water website to learn more about our trip to Tanzania.
 http://www.thameswater.co.uk/tanzania
In February 2010, Thames Water's Chief Operating Officer, Steve Shine and Head of Communications, Jayne Farrin visited Tanzania to witness first hand how the charity WaterAid are planning to use the £630,000 raised by Thames Water at its 2009 Love Water Ball.

In Tanzania, 70 per cent of the rural population and 30 per cent of urban dwellers have no access to safe water. Diarrhoea accounts for more than 20 per cent of infant deaths.

They spent four days visiting local communities in the Dodoma region who are yet to benefit from WaterAid's support. They also spent one day visiting communities near Dar es Salaam who now have access to clean water and sanitation.

They've created a video of their trip to show what life is like without clean water and safe sanitation and how WaterAid's work is saving lives.

Visit the Thames Water website to learn more about our trip to Tanzania.
 http://www.thameswater.co.uk/tanzania In February 2010, Thames Water's Chief Operating Officer, Steve Shine and Head of Communications, Jayne Farrin visited Tanzania to witness first hand how the charity WaterAid are planning to use the £630,000 raised by Thames Water at its 2009 Love Water Ball.

In Tanzania, 70 per cent of the rural population and 30 per cent of urban dwellers have no access to safe water. Diarrhoea accounts for more than 20 per cent of infant deaths.

They spent four days visiting local communities in the Dodoma region who are yet to benefit from WaterAid's support. They also spent one day visiting communities near Dar es Salaam who now have access to clean water and sanitation.

They've created a video of their trip to show what life is like without clean water and safe sanitation and how WaterAid's work is saving lives.

Visit the Thames Water website to learn more about our trip to Tanzania.
 http://www.thameswater.co.uk/tanzania ( less )
 
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