For three years - 2013-2015, IRC Uganda monitored rural water service delivery in Lira and Kabarole District. The purpose was to get a better understanding on the status of rural water services and the perception of users towards services delivered. This report presents the highlights.
Commémoration nationale le 19 Novembre à Koalga dans la région du Centre Ouest, province de la Sissili et débat multi-acteur à Ouaga le jeudi 17 novembre – nul ne peut douter de l'importance de l'accès aux services d'assainissement pour le bienêtre des populations. C'est pourquoi le gouvernement du...
In the first nine months of the strategic partnership Watershed – empowering citizens context analysis and stakeholder and factor analyses have been carried out. These analyses will give direction to the partnership's activities for the coming months.
Africa's governments should "put resolute actions in favour of water and should confront the immediate challenges of scarcity of safe and clean water." a plea by Hon. Kibaki at the opening of the 6th Africa Water Week (AWW) in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Civil Society Organisations in the Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector have called upon the African Ministerial Council on Water (AMCOW) to take action to ensure universal access to sustainable services, leaving no one behind.
IRC Uganda is currently involved in key advocacy initiatives to increase operation and maintenance (O&M) funds and ultimately to change the budget allocations in the District Water and Sanitation Conditional Grant.