The WASH Agenda for Change (WA4C) partnership in Uganda embarked on an exercise to document the untold story of WASH, profiling the unserved populations and highlighting the key issues and circumstances that characterize their lack of access to WASH services.
In January 2017 it will be seven years since I joined the IRC team. Over the years, I have done nearly everything that a communication practitioner can do within an organisational setting – and I have many outputs to show for it.
In 2013, IRC/ Triple-S Uganda conducted an assessment of the performance of the Service Delivery Model for point water sources. Findings show that there was generally a low service levels but ironically, users were satisfied. This working paper attempts to explain the reasons for that paradox.
In March 2011, the Lira District Water and Sanitation Coordination Committee (DWSCC) made unannounced field visits to various water sources. The idea was to perform impromptu check-ups on the functionality of the Water User Committees (WUC) and the situation of sanitation in the communities which...