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as of December 2022
DAILY USERS OF WATER FOUNTAINS
REUSABLE WATER BOTTLES DISTRIBUTED
Water Kiosks At School
A school-based and students-managed business designed to sell clean tap water to community residents at an affordable price; a sustainable business model that pre-finances a community school in order to set up an on-site water kiosk with specially designed and sustainable products.
95,666 Overall Beneficiaries
Capacity-building projects that gather global partnerships with the aim of tackling youth unemployment by bridging the educational sector and labor market enabling young people to undergo work-based learning. These projects are co-financed by The Erasmus plus program of the European Union.
Public Water Fountains
Aims to install sustainable tap water stations near playgrounds, city centers, parks, schools, and bus stations… in Africa to ensure accessible clean drinking tap water. The project also works to bring awareness on the environmental impact of production and waste of single-use plastic water bottles.
1950 Daily Beneficiaries
Jijenge Kijana Fund
A youth livelihood pathway offering micro-credit and micro-saving training enabling ITF members to engage in productive and stable livelihoods to generate increased income to lift them out of poverty.
KSH 251,000 in Funding
Other projects include all projects ITF has implemented that do not fall under either of the above-mentioned categories.
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