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Uganda

 

Uganda joined the SWA partnership in 2010. The WASH sector in Uganda has greatly improved on the planning, monitoring and review building block. A National Development Plan was developed and aligned with the SDGs. There are some gaps which need to be addressed in sector financing and capacity development. All sector processes (planning, budgeting, monitoring and evaluation) are government - led supported by all partners.

Commitments by partners

Strengthen government capacity in specific rural areas to eliminate open defecation
ESA
Reviewing progress
Strengthen developing national roadmap to eliminate open defecation
ESA
Reviewing progress
Sensitize and build the capacity of UWASNET Membership comprising of more than 200 CSOs to prioritize addressing WASH inequalities and promote best practice within the sector.
CSO
Reviewing progress
Work in partnership with government and other stakeholders to promote the prioritization of addressing WASH inequalities agenda by undertaking a national survey to compile data depicting inequalities in WASH by December 2020.
CSO
Reviewing progress
In order to comply with the mutual accountability principle, compile the Annual NGO Performance Report to enable the Government assess actual WASH accessibility gaps within the country
CSO
Reviewing progress
Ms. Juliana Kyomuhangi
Ministry of State for Health
Yunia Musaazi
Uganda Water and Sanitation NGO Network (UWASNET)

Documents

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Key documents Type
2017 Uganda Country Overview

Webinars

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SWA Partner Exchange Forum on inequalities in water, sanitation and hygiene, the COVID-19 response and the future service level

SWA Partner Exchange Forum on inequalities in water, sanitation and hygiene, the COVID-19 response and the future service level

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