Insight into all the necessary costs of achieving the 2030 vision and ensuring sustainable, and at least basic water and sanitation services for all, for Uganda's Kabarole District WASH Master Plan (2018-2030).
|Title||Counting the cost : a financial gap analysis of Kabarole District WASH Master Plan, 2021|
|Publication Type||Research Report|
|Year of Publication||2021|
|Tertiary Title||Financial Gap Analysis of Kabarole WASH Master Plan, 2021|
|Place Published||Kampala, Uganda|
|Type of Work||Assessment Report|
Kabarole District Local Government and WASH partners developed and launched a WASH Master Plan (2018-2030) to achieve universal access to water, sanitation and hygiene services for the entire population of the district. The plan contains the broad vision, and strategies of Kabarole District government to implement the 13-year initiative. The strategies proposed are in line with the overarching country planning framework; Uganda's National Development Plan (NDPIII 2020/21-2024/25) and Vision 2040. At district level, the plan has been used to inform the 5-year Kabarole District Development plan (2020/21-2024/25).
The mid-term review for the WASH Master Plan was set for 2021. This required a financial gap analysis and review of strategies to overcome hurdles in funding the implementation of the Master Plan. This financial gap analysis report therefore provides insight into all the necessary costs of achieving the 2030 vision and ensuring sustainable, and at least basic water and sanitation services for all. The report covers the relevant costs related to the provision of sustainable WASH services at district level, including the costs of implementation of new infrastructure (CapEx), the costs of capital maintenance (CapManEx) related to major repairs and rehabilitation, and direct support costs (ExpDS). The assessment involved the collection and analysis of both secondary and primary data from service providers, local government, development partners, and regional government entities.