Sustainable rural life include technologies,health,educational and farming.
Over 50% rural population in Tanzania have no access to electricity, and millions of families cannot afford decent housing. Many of those concerned resort to solutions that are often expensive and unsuitable – a short-term approach that perpetuates the vicious circle of poverty. And yet TAREO we consider the technology that constantly evolving, in ways that can improve users’ living conditions while still respecting their environment.
The projects we need partnership and cooperation include funding are:
1.Access to renewable energy.
2. Reduction in consumption of non-renewable or expensive fuels
3. Use of agricultural, animal or human waste for energy production
4. Sustainable use of local and ecological materials for housing or for the manufacture of objects or equipment
5. Recycling of materials and development of good farming practices (crop diversification; solutions that respect water resources;
6. Scaling up through a serious implication of local and/or national authorities, and support and advocacy actions to promote policies favorable to the replication of these sustainable approaches
7. Other cross-cutting themes such as promoting entrepreneurship, a rights-based approach, innovation, a gender perspective, and sexual and reproductive health needs, particularly of women and girls.