Since 2002 IRC has become increasingly active in Uganda. Work in the country represents an annual investment of around €1 million.
Analysis enables forecasting of water access, longevity of sources and investment priorities.
IRC leads the cross-country learning and knowledge component.
Asset management is critical for all WASH systems as 30% of the infrastructure is often not working.
In Uganda, World Water Day 2017 was marked with a colourful event at Bugema University.
As Ethiopia manages to develop more and more new rural water schemes – springs, wells or boreholes with hand-pumps or engines, piped water – keeping...
Political drivers, including SDG indicators, directly impact sanitation efforts on the ground.
Highlights from the first day, 21 June 2016, of the symposium, which brought together the 21st SuSanA Meeting and the 2016 WASH Sustainability Forum.
A documentary highlighting key issues around operation and maintenance of water supply facilities in Uganda, and calling for increased funding towards O&M.