Engarre and it's projects reflect The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) in Tanzania and worldwide, as published by the United Nations (UN). Our contribution in Masai and Swahili community as seen through the eyes of SDG:
Access to water, education and work are among the basic conditions to end poverty.
Water in the land is the basic condition to grow food and eliminate hunger.
Engarre aims to support good life conditions and bring quality healthcare to communities.
Education is among the main targets of Engarre NGO, quality and accessible education for children, educating women...
Engarre works with both women and men in targeted communities, supporting and empowering women is natural.
Water is the main focus of Engarre (which means "water"). Providing clean water to people is our priority and a condition for all other goals.
We prefer to use clean solar energy in our residence in Tanzania as well as in Europe.
Providing fair income for local men and for local women is what Engarre always takes into account in all of its projects.
In our target community we sense the need of good infrastructure, roads, electricity, network coverage.
Engarre supports communities, which are marginalized, less developed, with less resources to reduce inequality in the region.
Engarre aims to create sustainable communities with access to water, land, education and infrastructure.
Educating people in responsible consumption and production, recycling to preserve natural resources.
Care for environment, protecting water resources, creating pleasant climate, educating, that's our climate action.
Engarre values life below water and supports protection of nearby oceanside areas in Tanzania.
Diversity of plants, trees, wild and domestic animals, Engarre loves to see colorful world in balance.
Engarre is blessed to work in Tanzania, a country where so many diverse communities live in peace.
Engarre is ready to partner in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals in its station.
UN works with The Government of The United Republic of Tanzania on the SDG framework.