|Title||Kabarole District WASH master plan 2018-2030|
|Year of Publication||2019|
|Authors||Kabarole District Council|
|Secondary Title||Safe water sanitation and hygiene for all|
|Pagination||54 p., 7 fig., 17 tab. and 2 annexes|
|Publisher||IRC Uganda and Kabarole District Council|
|Place Published||Kampala, Uganda|
Kabarole District Local Government is committed to delivering universal access to Water Sanitation and Hygiene services (WASH) by 2030. This master plan provides a framework for planning, coordinating investments and guiding the implementation of the vision, and policy objectives for water and sanitation delivery. The plan articulates the long-term (2018-2030) WASH priorities of the District, reflecting national and international WASH priorities, as contained in Uganda’s National Development Plan II and in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
This master plan will be integrated with the existing five year District Development Plan (DDP) for implementation. The consolidated costed plans will be extracted on an annual basis and harmonized with the Annual Work Plans. The District Water and Sanitation Coordination Committee (DWSCC) will provide a platform for coordinating Local Government departments, CSOs, and private sector. The partners identified to support implementation of the plan include; HEWASA, JESE, Protos, IRC, UNICEF, and SNV. Regional and national level actors such as; Ministry of Water and Environment –Technical Support Unit 6, Albert Water Management Zone, Mid-Western Water Authority and Mpanga Catchment Management Organizations and cultural institutions such as; Tooro Kingdom.
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