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Scaling-up sanitation and hygiene in Kabarole : a monitoring report of the home improvement campaigns in Mugusu and Kasenda Sub-counties, June-July 2021

Kabarole District Local Government and IRC have a collaborative commitment to improve WASH in two sub-counties per year, an initiative that started in 2020. Specifically focusing on SDG 6.2 target on sanitation and hygiene, intensive campaigns are carried out in two select sub-counties reaching every village and household with information on and skills to maintain good standards of sanitation and hygiene in their homes. Thus, in February and March 2021 the home improvement campaigns were conducted in 49 villages of Mugusu and Kasenda sub-counties, and a monitoring exercise carried out in June-July to assess the levels of impact registered by the intervention.

TitleScaling-up sanitation and hygiene in Kabarole : a monitoring report of the home improvement campaigns in Mugusu and Kasenda Sub-counties, June-July 2021
Publication TypeProgress Report
Year of Publication2021
AuthorsAyoreka, M. C.
Subsidiary AuthorsWatsisi, M.
Pagination29 p. 2 fig., 2 tab., photogr.
Date Published08/2021
PublisherIRC
Place PublishedKampala, Uganda
TypeCampaign Report
Publication LanguageEnglish
Abstract

Kabarole District Local Government and IRC have a collaborative commitment to improve WASH in two sub-counties per year, an initiative that started in 2020. Specifically focusing on SDG 6.2 target on sanitation and hygiene, intensive campaigns are carried out in two select sub-counties reaching every village and household with information on and skills to maintain good standards of sanitation and hygiene in their homes. Thus, in February and March 2021 the home improvement campaigns were conducted in 49 villages of Mugusu and Kasenda sub-counties, and a monitoring exercise carried out in June-July to assess the levels of impact registered by the intervention.

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