• AWAC EXHIBITIONS
    A representative from Davis & Shirtliff (T) LTD, Eng. Erick Koko on (the right), receiving the guest of honor, Assistant Regional Administrative Secretary from Dodoma, Athumani Mathayo (at left) accompanied by the former ATAWAS CHAIRMAN Eng. Jackson Mutazamba (at the middle) to the exhibition booth during AWAC 2016 at St. Gaspar Hotel & Conference Centre in Dodoma.
  • The participants of the fourth Annual Water Conference (AWAC) 2016 which took place from 8th -10th November 2016 at St. Gaspar Hotel & Conference Centre in Dodoma poses for a group photo together with ATAWAS secretariat
  • DISCUSSIONS MODERATION
    The Director of Shinyanga Water Supply and Sanitation Authority(Shuwasa), Eng. elaborating some points during one of AWAC 2016 session which he chaired

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The Association of Tanzanian Water Suppliers (ATAWAS) is a membership based Association operating in Tanzania mainland, registered under the Societies Ordinance of 1954 and its amendments.  ATAWAS was established in October 2002 after registration through Register of Societies as a Non-Governmental Organization. The Association has members from water suppliers mainly Urban Water and Sanitation Authorities in Tanzania from Regional and District Headquarters, Individual Members and other sectors in water industry such as water and sanitation service vendors, manufactures of water supply materials, water borehole drillers, water and sanitation engineering services and training institutions in water and sanitation.


The main objectives of establishing ATAWAS includes promotion of forums for water suppliers for improvement of water supply and sanitation in Tanzania, coordination and search for knowledge of the best practices to share with members for improvement of social economic well being of Tanzanian population, initiate and encourage any action of co-operation and exchange in professional training among members and promote contacts and cordial relationship among individual or corporate bodies involved in water supplies and sanitation in the country.


The Association plays important role in providing networking, advocacy, lobbing for conducive policies and legislations, logistics and outreach programs to WSSAs and its affiliated members with keen focus on empowering them to effectively deliver their services to their customers and the public in general.

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