Giving Voice to Pastoralist Maasai Women: A Case Study of Monduli Water and Sanitation Project in Tanzania

Event: Gender, Voice, and Agency: Multilateral Development Bank-Sponsored Workshop

Giving Voice to Pastoralist Maasai Women: A Case Study of Monduli Water and Sanitation Project in Tanzania

03 June 2014
Author / Speaker: 
Alice Omesa, DON CONSULT - Tanzania
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This presentation describes the context, location, and objectives of the Monduli Water and Sanitation Project in Tanzania. It shares the solutions adopted to address the various project challenges in the country. The project's impact and benefits to the people, especially the women of the Maasai tribal group, are also discussed.

Geographical Focus: 
Regional - Asia
Type of Content: 
Learning Event

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