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Water service levels and user satisfaction in Kabarole District

This fact sheet presents the main results from a service monitoring survey conducted by IRC Uganda in 2013 and 2014. The purpose was to get a better understanding on the status of rural water services; analyse performance of support institutions, and the perception of users towards service delivered. The survey covered 150 point water supply facilities (based on point sources and piped schemes) sampled from the 15 sub counties in the district. Users of the sampled facilities were interviewed on the level of service received, and their level of satisfaction. Interviews were also conducted on performance of service providers and Authorities (District and Sub county).

TitleWater service levels and user satisfaction in Kabarole District
Publication TypeFact Sheet
Year of Publication2015
AuthorsIRC Uganda
Pagination4 p. : 4 fig.
Date Published07/2015
PublisherIRC Uganda
Place PublishedKampala, Uganda
Publication LanguageEnglish
Abstract

This fact sheet presents the main results from a service monitoring survey conducted by IRC Uganda in 2013 and 2014. The purpose was to get a better understanding on the status of rural water services; analyse performance of support institutions, and the perception of users towards service delivered. The survey covered 150 point water supply facilities (based on point sources and piped schemes) sampled from the 15 sub counties in the district. Users of the sampled facilities were interviewed on the level of service received, and their level of satisfaction. Interviews were also conducted on performance of service providers and Authorities (District and Sub county).

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