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1 ‘Just add water’ How access to clean water transforms communities.

2 “So here it is, my Christmas Cake in a bag ready for you to get baking.” Just add water?

3 "I've used only the best ingredients to create my perfect Yorkshire pudding mix. Now it's over to you Just add water and whisk to create a smooth batter and bake in the oven for irresistible Yorkshire puddings just the way you like them "

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5 Project comparison KiloloPawaga Design population13,00022,500 Cost€600,645€1,212,189 Cost per person€46€54 FundersEC 75% Tearfund UK Tear Australia CED St Michael’s Chester Square EC 75% Tearfund UK Tear Australia CED Wilmslow Wells for Africa

6 Project comparison KiloloPawaga PartnersDiocese of Ruaha Other key personnelDistrict Water Department Technicians Community InvolvementTrench digging, help with transporting materials, winning local materials Distance from Iringa40km70km Type of supplyGravity pipeline SanitationPit latrine slabs Health and Hygiene Education Seminar programme

7 Project comparison KiloloPawaga TopographySouthern Highlands, 1600 – 1700m asl Rift Valley, 800m asl Rainfall1000 – 1600mm pa700 – 800mm pa Semi-arid Water sourceSprings at approx 2000mLittle Ruaha River TreatmentNone requiredCoagulation, sedimentation, filtration, chlorination

8 Kilolo springs

9 Pawaga – Little Ruaha River

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11 Project comparison KiloloPawaga TopographySouthern Highlands, 1600 – 1700m asl Rift Valley, 800m asl Rainfall1000 – 1600mm pa700 – 800mm pa Semi-arid Water sourceSprings at approx 2000mLittle Ruaha River TreatmentNone requiredCoagulation, sedimentation, filtration, chlorination

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14 Before... “We were not sleeping because of water; all our thoughts were on water not other things.”

15 Before... “We were afraid to let our children collect water alone.”

16 Before... “Sometimes my children were going to school hungry because I was in the valley finding water”

17 Before... “We were taught to boil water but we had no firewood” (Pawaga)

18 Before... “It was tedious work to collect one bucket of water in 3 hours.”

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30 Christine Kalipamwambu, Diocesan Development Officer “This is the hardest project I have ever worked on!”

31 After......(Kilolo) “The project is named ‘Redeemer’, as it has saved community members from all the problems they were facing from water scarcity.”

32 After.....(Kilolo) “Tiredness has been reduced now we are relieved of the water fetching burden.”

33 After.....(Kilolo) “My family are now much healthier.....”

34 After.....(Kilolo) “When we are at the farm we are not thinking of coming home to fetch water; we can stay there to accomplish our farm activities.”

35 After.....(Kilolo) “Available water has created an environment for our clothes to be clean all the time.”

36 After......(Pawaga) “Thank you......for making life easier!”

37 After......(Pawaga) “The project...has stopped our worries about fetching water from the river.”

38 After......(Pawaga) “The children now have more energy and are eager to learn.”

39 After......(Pawaga) “No-one has been ill this rainy season.”

40 After......(Pawaga) “This has brought a great difference in (school) attendance.”

41 After......(Kilolo) “The water project has brought some kind of revolution – the life we live now is very different from the life we used to live.”

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