Our projects in Tanzania
Biogas in Tanzania (ongoing)
In cooperation with the German Engineers Without Borders organization, the BayWa Foundation began building biogas plants in 2009. The approach to the project is holistic and the benefits are far-reaching: the environment is protected, people's health is protected by avoiding smoke pollution and jobs are created. The biogas substrate is also used as a fertilizer and improves soil fertility, which in turn increases the region's crop yields.
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Teaching materials and a laboratory for Chonyonyo Secondary Girls' School (completed)
The Chonyonyo Secondary Girls' School in Kagera, Tanzania, could not have opened without an adequate learning laboratory for the schoolgirls. For this reason, the BayWa Foundation supported the school and provided the funds for the construction of a school laboratory and some teaching materials. As part of the BayWa Foundation's biogas project in Tanzania, the school also received a biogas plant that will teach them everything they need to know in their laboratory.
Construction of a boarding school building in Tanzania (completed)
Together with the Missionary Benedictines of the Münsterschwarzach Abbey, the BayWa Foundation supported an aid project in Mvimwa, Tanzania: new accommodation was built there for 50 pupils.