Centre, projects, consultant service  that have been won through WISE-Futures ;

Consultant service

Maji na Usafi wa Mazingira 

Project Donor  USAID 
Project Value  USD  400,000 

MUM Purpose, Goals and Objectives: The purpose of the Maji na Usafi wa Mazingira (MUM) activity is to expand and sustain the provision and governance of WASH services by (1)increasing access to sustainable water services; (2) increasing access to finance for water, sanitation, and gygiene; (3) strengthening the market for sanitation products and services; and (4)strengthening basin water boards and water user association for stewardship of water resources.


Consultant service

Optimization of Operation of the Ngaramtoni Water Supply System

Project Donor Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (UKaid)
Project Value GBP 106,590

The main objective of the assignment is to support AUWSA to develop an optimal operational model/protocols of the Ngaramtoni water supply system. Specific objectives include 1) Carrying out a system audit of the Ngaramtoni water supply network. 2) Perform life cycle cost analysis of the water system. 3) Schematization, documentation, and digitization of the water system. 4) Installation of equipment to monitor system performance and collect data for system optimization.5) Develop an optimal operating model for the water system.


Centre Project

Center of Competences in Digital Education (C-CoDE)

Project Value USD 

The establishment of Centers of Competence in Digital Education (CCoDE) aims to promote the sustainable integration of digital education in African universities, as a means to strengthen the quality of teaching and ultimately the competencies of graduates.

The objective is to strengthen the techno-pedagogical skills of lecturers and to train them in the production and use of digital educational content, such as Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and Open Educational Resources (OER)

Project Name

Water purification using capacitive deionization (CDI) .

Project Donor The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS), grant number: RGA No. 16-529 RG/CHE/AF/AC_G – FR3240293305 dated 12 December 2016
Project Value USD 37,926

The project focuses on CDI for water desalination. It has offered full scholarships to two master’s students working on CDI to remove lead from water and integrate anti-microbial function in the CDI for water disinfection. The project also supports the purchase of Laboratory equipment; the Vertex.1A.EIS electrochemical analyzer

Project Name

Establishment of a regional enterprise to commercialize the integrated technologies for agro/biowaste conversion in eastern Africa.

Project Donor SiDA through Bioinnovate Africa project, Project Code: B8401B10010 (BIOCON)
Project Value USD 124,300

The project intends to commercialize the constructed wetland technology which is for wastewater treatment and biodigesters for biogas production. The integrated constructed wetland – bio-digester technology brings the cost-effective way of dealing with wastewater from industries. From the process, the by-products such as bio-gas and bio-fertilizer are produced apart from the clean water produced from the wastewater. The project includes partners from Uganda, Ethiopia and Tanzania; the lead partner: is Tanzania (NM-AIST).

Project Name

Sustaining rural water supply through innovative models (eWater payment technology)

Project Donor DFID
Project Value USD 60,000

In this project, NM-AIST shall design and conduct baseline studies on technology performance and willingness to pay. The tools for performing monitoring and comparative analysis of the eWater system, solar pumping, and defluoridation technologies shall also be designed and implemented for community use.

Project Name

Evaluation of suitability of water hyacinth from Lake Victoria-Tanzania Biofuel Production

Project Donor The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS), grant number: 17-495 RG/CHE/AF/AC_G – FR3240297727 dated 15th January 2018
Project Value USD 40,915

The main objective of the project is to investigate the suitability of water hyacinths from Lake Victoria as a feedstock for biofuel production such as bio-ethanol gel, bio-ethanol and biodiesel. The project has given scholarships to two Master’s students. One has a full scholarship and the other partial scholarship.
The students will be involved in the production of biofuels from water hyacinths and characterization. Also, they will investigate the economic feasibility of producing biofuels from water hyacinths. The project also supports the purchase of research equipment; Rancimat equipment model 892 will be purchased for measuring the oxidation stability of various biofuels.

Consultancy service Name

Sanitation Mapping and faecal sludge characteristics analysis.


Project Donor SNV Netherlands Development Organisation
Project Value USD 35, 211.45

WISE-Futures has been contracted by SNV-Netherland Development Organization, Tanzania to conduct Sanitation mapping and faecal sludge characterization study in Arusha and Shinyanga Cities. The consultancy aims at improving the LGAs sanitation planning and decision making and strengthening the processes of an informed choice selection of viable and effective faecal sludge treatment and re-use options in Arusha and Shinyanga Cities.

Project Name

Irrigation water and associated cultivated soils as determinants of paddy productivity in Tanzanias


Project Donor  Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST)
Project Value USD 9,176.96

 Global Research Project of International Environmental Research (IERI)

Project Name

African Irrigation Development : Planning for a productive future.


Project Donor The University of Manchester.
Project Value USD 58,056

 Improving agricultural productivity is vital for food security, economic growth and employment in Africa. Irrigation plays a key role in recognition of the contribution and potential of the former led irrigation system has grown.