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An analysis of the issues and advocacy opportunities that could help achieve Agenda 2030. Which reform can have a direct effect on both national and sub-national levels.

TitleAdvocacy for water sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services in Uganda : a mapping report
Publication TypeResearch Report
Year of Publication2022
AuthorsNtulo, CA, Walter, E, J. Mulumba, N, Kabarungi, N
Pagination58 p. : 4 fig., 4 tab.
Date Published09/2022
PublisherIRC Uganda
Place PublishedKampala, Uganda
Publication LanguageEnglish

Historically, Uganda has demonstrated commitment in aligning government planning processes within the framework of the WASH priorities under the SDGs. However, there have been consistent gaps in meeting the financing obligations that would result into the achievement of the WASH targets. This calls for unconventional measures for influencing government to secure essential resources to finance the fast-tracking of Uganda's milestones for agenda 2030.

This report analyses the issues and maps the advocacy opportunities that could be harnessed to leverage the achievement of agenda 2030. This report also challenges IRC Uganda to drive reforms that have a direct effect on both national and sub-national levels given the importance of local governments in delivering the last mile of WASH services to the people.


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