the “Water for Zanzibar” Project

Using renewable, solar-powered energy at the site, Moerk Water is bringing healthy and safe water to remote island villages.

Moerk Water plants are creating significant benefits for those who need it most. Their children are healthier and can attend school instead of carrying water from distant wells, many stomach diseases are eliminated and the community receives the economic benefit of having a clean water supply.

Our desalination plants are self-sufficient, reliable and environmentally friendly. We train local people as operators and provide them with long-term support.

 

TESTIMONIALS

Haji Yusuf, daily operator; John Mhina, Service technician; and Ernest Alphonse, electrician.

Dominic Warth, Honorary consul of the Federal Republic of Germany and General Manager of Vocational training Centre Pamoja

 

John Mhina, Head Service Technician, Pamoja plant, Tanzania

Christian Pätzold, Technical Services, Dow Chemical

"I am working in this workshop with the students, with married and with young women. We teach the differences between the water that we get from Moerk and the water we get from the island.
We don’t have to put extra medicine in this water anymore, because it is already good for drinking.
We are very thankful that we can use this water from Moerk. Also people from around town come to use this water, because with it, people don’t get sick anymore."

JOSEPHINE MHINHA, ZANZIBAR Pamoja (THE local NGO, car and tailoring workshop)

Josephine Mhinha

ZANZIBAR 2017

UZI ISLAND

BUJU VILLAGE

KOKOTA ISLAND

 
 
 

PAMOJA WATER DEPARTMENT

 
 

UZI ISLAND, 2013/14

 

MNEMBA ISLAND,
ZANZIBAR (TANZANIA), 2013

 

 

VIDEOS

 

'WATER FOR ZANZIBAR'

'Uzi Island community before
the moerk water project was installed'

 

MOERK WATER INSTALS PLANT
IN '&BEYOND' RESORT IN ZANZIBAR