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Kuching | Jan-15 | Terrat Village

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Given by Martin Kariongi

The second in our series of workshops designed to gather input from stakeholders involved in existing off-grid projects in Africa, Asia and Latin America. This event was held in Malaysia for the ASEAN countries, organised by Smart Villages and the Academy of Sciences Malaysia (ASM) in collaboration with Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS).

This presentation gives an overview of the activities taken in the remote village of Terrat, in Northern Tanzania, and the impact this has had on the population.

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Kuching | Jan-15 | Terrat Village

  1. 1. A short Presentation Institute for Orkonerei Pastoralists Advancement (IOPA) SMART VILLAGE INITIATIVE WORKSHOP, THE TERRAT VILLAGE EXPERIENCES; WORKSHOP IN KUCHING MALAYSIA 25-29/01/2015
  2. 2. Martin Kariongi ole Sanago Founder & Director General of IOPA.
  3. 3. Martin Kariongi Ole Sanago • A Tanzanian Maasai Elder born in Simanjiro district, Manyara Region of northern Tanzania around early sixties. • Ashoka Fellow-Innovators for the Public Since -2003. • I have Community Environmental Awards by the Ministry of Natural resources & Tourism 2003 & 2004. • Social entrepreneur of the 2014 by Schwab foundation in partnership with World Economic Forum. • A number of other Awards on Human Rights & Land • Master of Science in Community Economic Development and other various professions.
  4. 4. Social Entrepreneur of the year 2014
  5. 5. Ashoka Fellowship Award 2003
  6. 6. Institute for Orkonerei Pastoralists Advancement (IOPA) BRIEF SUMMARY PRESENTATION Nov. 2014. • IOPA is a Hybrid Social Development Organization based and operates in the northern regions of Tanzania of (Arusha, Kilimanjaro and Manyara); It has both social programs and a number social business/enterprises. • Established in December 1991 and legally registered with the government of Tanzania in February 1993 and re- register in 2004 with the registrar of companies (cap; 212) as a Company limited by Guarantees. With over one thousand and eighty members (1084) pastoral men and Women and working with over 126 self-help and Community Economic development groups, which are affiliated and identified themselves with IOPA in Simanjiro, Same and Loongiito districts.
  7. 7. IOPA Terrat Community Centre
  8. 8. IOPA is Member of Global Social entrepreneurship: - Part and member of Ashoka Global association of Social entrepreneurs. - Member & Partner of Schwab Foundation and World Economic Forum
  9. 9. The IOPA Vision: - Reduced poverty among Pastoralists people. - Community Economic empowerment of the Pastoral Communities through Unlock their economic strategic potentials within livestock sector development and Natural Resources. -Awaken the Social entrepreneurship spirit & Innovations among and with Pastoralists Peoples. -Environmental Conservation. - Promotes & Protects Community Economic Rights through Lobbying and Advocacy.
  10. 10. IOPA Mission Statement: IOPA aims at building and improving the standards of living of pastoral Maasai communities of Northern Tanzania through social and Economic Advancement through Social business, Social entrepreneurship & innovations by facilitating, Mobilizing and organizing communities through providing and supporting Pastoral Education. Promote Community Broadcasting, Livestock production, Natural Resource Management and Environmental Conservation that entails Community Economic Rights .
  11. 11. The IOPA Strategy: • IOPA facilitates and promotes transformation and diversification of the economic system of the Maasai through facilitation of social business, Social entrepreneurship , innovations and Creativity, by helping villages both diversify the pastoral economic base and meet their local needs and markets potentials for local income generation. Livestock production, Land and Natural Resource Management are key to this economic empowerment of the Maasai peoples.
  12. 12. IOPA Strategic Objectives. -Institute for Orkonerei Pastoralists Advancement develops a regional network, consisting of organizations that are using Social business as transformative force for social change, institutions and individuals that identify themselves with the organization vision. -Development and coordination of a regional network of local initiatives, applying existing knowledge, evaluation and quality standards. -Development of strategic projects for specific investment opportunities for global partners onsite. -Development of global partnerships to create access to employment for disadvantaged Pastoralists Communities. -Creating public attention for social change through Social business and social entrepreneurship -Advocates Social business to creates social empowerment and foster relationship for a regional and global partnership that secure social change
  13. 13. IOPA Social Programs & Activities: IOPA runs and operates three major Social advancement programs (i). Pastoral Education & Child Rights development; a) CRISP- Child Rights and School Improvement Plans. b) Aflatoun sub-program on Child Savings and Financial Education. c) Vocational Education & Training for the Maasai youth.
  14. 14. Child Savings and Financial Education in Schools.
  15. 15. School Children & Police Participating in villages environmental cleaning works.
  16. 16. Secure & Improved Pastoralists Livelihoods. (ii). Pastoral Livelihood program a) Livestock Sector Development, b) Community Economic groups Development (eg. Hides & Skin processing, small businesses). c) Community Water Supply and Management. d) Maasai Enterprise Diary Initiative .
  17. 17. Livelihood program livestock sector Development
  18. 18. Watering Livestock in one of the water Dams constructed by IOPA.
  19. 19. IOPA Social Businesses . IOPA Terrat Social Business Center; - Conference and Training Facilities; - Hostel Accommodation & Catering Services. - Shopping & Supermarket businesses. - Veterinary Pharmacy & Laboratory Investigation Facility. - Community Water Supply & Management. - Community library & internet services. - Staff renting houses - Gardening & Vegetable production. - Maasai Biogas & Organic Manure Production.
  20. 20. IOPA Terrat Community Social business Centre
  21. 21. TERRAT SMART VILLAGE
  22. 22. TERRAT, SMART VILLAGE • The village has been established in 1976 • Has a population of over 7000 people. • The Terrat township has a population of 1262 people. • The village has 12 sub-villages (Vitongoji). • Its in Simanjiro District in Manyara region in Northern Tanzania. • Its an off-grid village 90 km south of Arusha City. • Its Mainly a Pastoralists inhabited villages and their main occupation is livestock keeping. • It has become a business hub for the surrounding 12 villages in the region
  23. 23. 2. Energy & Water Supply Social Enterprise. • Produce 368 kw of Electricity. (Through 4 Bio –Diesel Generators) • Jatropha & Croton oil pressing and Refinery to make bio –diesel to runs generators and public vehicles. • Connected 246 household with electricity including Schools, Health centre, Churches and Mosque as well as 8 water boreholes in Terrat village and the surrounding villages. • 8 Boreholes that produce approximately 400,000 of water per day for domestic and livestock as well as wildlife. • Supply electricity to a Community Radio station, Milk processing Plant and boreholes. • Provide electricity to small businesses in the Terrat village owned by individual entrepreneurs.
  24. 24. Energy & water Supply
  25. 25. Electricity Supply in Terrat.
  26. 26. Maasai Elders participating in generators maintenance.
  27. 27. Mr. Silas Electrician doing Maintenance on the service line.
  28. 28. Jatropha Ripe seeds.
  29. 29. Jatrohpa Tree in Terrat Village.
  30. 30. Bio-gas Facility
  31. 31. Bio-gas Facility Cont’
  32. 32. Bio-Gas Pumping Valve
  33. 33. Bio-Gas Outlet Valve
  34. 34. 1. Engitengs Milk Processing & Marketing Social Business. • We had Established 5 Milk Processing Plants in five villages in Simanjiro, Loongiito and Same districts. • These Milk processing Unit Can process 1000 -1500 litres of milk per day in each processing plants. • Milk products produced are Cheese, Yogurt, Butter and Ghee as well as Juice made out of WEY products. • We Buy Milk from local Maasai women in the surrounding villages.(Over 500 in each village on daily basis. • Marketing of Milk products in towns and cities like Arusha, Dar-es Salaam, Zanzibar and Nairobi. • Women income has increased fairly highly, just last year there was a circulation of about 400 million in Terrat village due to Milk business.(On Social Return on Investment report on Milk processing alone shows women income double for last three years) .
  35. 35. Maasai Women Selling Milk to the Milk Centre
  36. 36. . Maasai Cheese in Terrat.
  37. 37. Cheese Storage in Terrat
  38. 38. Overall Winner 2014 Dairy Products Competition
  39. 39. Gold Certificate Gauda Cheese
  40. 40. Gold Certificate Vanilla Yogurt
  41. 41. Silver Certificate Gauda Spice Cheese.
  42. 42. 3. Community Broadcasting Social Business in Terrat. • Orkonerei Radio Station is Community Radio established in 1995 and went on air in 22nd June 2002. • We Broadcasting at a radius of 100 km space distance at Frequency MHz 94.4. broadcasting for 18 hours a day. • Estimated reached listeners population of Maasai people and other Tanzanian of 2 million listeners. • Local rural Internet café. • Video/TV program for Production of development & entertainment documentaries. • Mobile TV Show for Community consumption for education and Community organising (Public Addressing systems). • We have established and runs 4 Community Libraries and Documentation centres.
  43. 43. ON AIR STUDIO.
  44. 44. Martin Kariongi Ole Sanago Presenting a Special Radio program on Orkonerei radio Station.
  45. 45. Community Broadcasting in Terrat (Baraka Ole Maika Radio Presenter)
  46. 46. Orkonerei FM Radio On Air Studio
  47. 47. Orkonerei Radio Station Transmission Mast.
  48. 48. Local Businesses owned by local Entrepreneurs, Mushroomed out of availability of Electricity • Computer business and training Centre. • Welding and Metal workshop. • Woodwork and Carpentry workshop. • Mobile phone charging and Communication in the local region. • Water supply for domestic and livestock as well as wildlife. • Improved health service provision. • Improved quality of primary and secondary Education in the village and the surrounding region. • Education and Community organizing through radio and TV.
  49. 49. 1. Sekei New World Computer Centre
  50. 50. Naserian learning Computer Skills
  51. 51. A Maasai Youth Learning Computer Knowledge
  52. 52. 2. Charging Mobile Phones In Terrat Village.
  53. 53. Charging Mobile Phones on Queuing
  54. 54. 3.Terrat Primary School connected to Electricity.
  55. 55. 4. Welding & Metal Workshop in Terrat
  56. 56. Welding & Metal workshop
  57. 57. 5. Water Supply Provision in Terrat village
  58. 58. Water Supply IOPA operates 12 water boreholes in seven villages in Terrat, Sukuro, Orkesumet (Simanjiro district); Emugur (Same District); Oltepesi and Ranchi villages in Loongiito district. Its has also constructed four Water Dams for rain –water harvest one in Simanjiro plains, One in Loongiito district, and two in Same district. These water dams provide large numbers of livestock, wildlife and human with water supply.
  59. 59. Water Supply Cont’ • The water project at Orkesumet alone which is the biggest water point provides water to more 3,765,325 livestock and more 1, 256,000 people on yearly basis.
  60. 60. Provision Medical and Health Services improved in Terrat village
  61. 61. Improved health Services in Terrat cont’ • Vaccination for the under-fives children has reduced death for over 64%. • Maternal child health has improved greatly. • Skin diseases; scabies, fungal and others has greatly reduced due to availability of water supply to Maasai people. • Eyes diseases esp. Trachoma has gone down drastically because of availability of water.
  62. 62. THE END THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE HONOUR TO HAVE TO SHARE YOUR TIME WITH ME AND LISTEN TO MY STORY PRESENTATION.

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