Health through Sanitation and Water Programme (HESAWA), Tanzania
Sanna-Leena Rautanen , Osmo Seppälä , Tauno Skyttä , Auli Keinänen
The study focused on the sustainability and impacts three years after programme closing. The report provides detailed analysis of the present situation, lessons learned, successes and difficulties faced by HESAWA as well as recommendations for household, village, national, regional and donor level actions. The survey showed relatively good records of reduction in water related diseases and creating hygiene awareness, and in gender mainstreaming. Shortcomings were mainly related to the lack of operation and maintenance of facilities and non-functional cost recovery mechanisms.The long-term impacts of the capacity building efforts especially at the regional and district levels remained modest.