|Title:||Who Cares About Water?: A Study of Household Water Development in Sukumaland, Tanzania (Linkoping Studies in Arts and Science)|
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|Publisher:||Coronet Books Inc (October 1, 1993)|
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Dissertation: Who cares about water? : A study of household water development in Sukumaland, Tanzania. The focus is on activities that are managed and controlled in the community and involve human and physical resources. Equal emphasis is given to understanding continuity aspects (doing more of the same) and change (doing new things). Thirty knowledgeable informants from six rural villages in Sukumaland provided the bulk of the information.
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In Ikoma,Musoma region a borehole was sunk on a hill from which witches had in the past been thrown to their deaths, an unpopular and bare place were no one lived. Who Cares About Water? Household Water Development in Sukumaland. The Sonjo of Tanganyika. An Anthro-pological Study of an Irrigation Based Society. London: Oxford University Press.
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by Jan-Olof Drangert · data of the paperback book Who Cares About Water?: A Study. by Jan-Olof Drangert. ISBN: 978-91-7871-060-7. ISBN-10: 91-7871-060-X. Coronet Books Inc · 1993.
The water cost was considered high especially for the poor who could not afford the cost and therefore used alternative unprotected services. In response, the municipality recently lowered the cost. In other cases, because most of the systems were only a few years old, some people were not adjusted to taste and went back to the original, lower quality water sources. On some days, waiting times were too long, forcing some people to use a more distant, unimproved source. Water-borne diseases: caused by water that has been contaminated by human, animal or chemical wastes. Examples include cholera, typhoid, meningitis, dysentery, hepatitis and diarrhoea. Diarrhoea is caused by a host of bacterial, viral and parasitic organisms most of which can be spread by contaminated water (WHO, 2006).
As a result, Tanzania's ground water is the major source of water for the nation's people; however it's not always clean. TGNP, Tanzanian Gender Networking Program, found in a study of poor households "that the lack of safe, sufficient, and affordable water in Tanzania had increased rates of gender-based violence and the number of girls dropping out of school. Families who don't have money for water, let alone school, have no choice but to send their daughters out to collect water, possibly resulting in these episodes of violence. Unfortunately, the choices of these families are limited, they need water to survive