SWCEA donates 10 ceramic water filters to Mount Meru Hospital to assist victims of the May 5th bombing at the Olasiti Catholic Church opening ceremony

Safe Water Ceramics of East Africa (SWCEA) was pleased to donate ten ceramic water filters at Mount Meru Hospital in Arusha, Tanzania where victims of the terrible bombings at the Olasiti Catholic Church on May 5th, 2013 are being treated. SWCEA was deeply saddened by the news of this terrible tragedy and decided to help when the Tourism Stakeholders Disaster Victims Fund was set up to receive donations on behalf of the victims.

SWCEA and its partner Safe Water Now (SWAN) decided to donate ten ceramic water filters (of an overall value of more than $400) which will be able to be used for 5 years.

SWCEA is always looking to help the communities to get access to clean water and we accept donations from all over the world via our website. Thank you