Action for Ngono Basin Reforestation (ACT-NGONO)
Founder and Director: Richard K. Bataringaya
Mission: To protect the local environment while advancing health, education, and economic growth in the wider local community
Location: Muleba District-Tanzania
The program goals of ACT-NGONO are to work directly with communities to increase their incomes, improve health and education services, increase and diversify agricultural production, protect the environment, build appropriate water supply and sanitation systems, address child malnutrition, address needs of highly vulnerable children, enhance social protection and social accountability and strengthen local capacities in development so as to bring about improvements in the lives and livelihoods of rural residents in Muleba District.
Funding needs to rehabilitate and create a sustainable maintenance program for defective wells in Muleba District-Tanzania.
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