Rural Water Supply & Sanitation

Rural water supply and sanitation acvities both at Centre and District level

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 Water and Sanitation Sector District Implementation Manual Water and Sanitation Sector District Implementation Manual

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Date added: 09/16/2012
Date modified: 09/16/2012
Filesize: 1.5 MB
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The Ugandan Water and Sanitation Sector consists of a range of stakeholders, each with different strengths, mandates and resources. With shared commitment and a common understanding of the operating environment and the ‘rules of the game’ the various stakeholders could be increasingly effective in contributing to poverty reduction and increased productivity in Uganda. 

The Water and Sanitation Sector District Implementation Manual provides a comprehensive overview of the workings of the sector for stakeholders operating at District local Government level. The manual sets out the policy and institutional environment, stakeholder roles and responsibilities and outlines the procedures to be followed. The manual is intended as a reference document for practicing water and sanitation professionals and in order to provide orientation to new players in the sector. The emphasis of the document is on rural water supply and sanitation service delivery  through District local Governments. This is the first version of the manual to be issued. It will continue to be improved with subsequent versions.

ALLOCATION FORMULA FOR DWSCG 2014 ALLOCATION FORMULA FOR DWSCG 2014

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Date added: 10/17/2014
Date modified: 10/17/2014
Filesize: 114 kB
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The Current Allocation Formula for the District Water and Sanitation Condition Grant (DWSCG).

District Conditional Grant Guidelines 2012 District Conditional Grant Guidelines 2012

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Date added: 01/10/2013
Date modified: 01/10/2013
Filesize: 1.82 MB
Downloads: 5037

Sectorial Specific Schedules / Guidelines for use of the Conditional Grant (DWSCG) are issued to guide the Districts in sector policies and strategies, in preparation of district workplans and budgets, in sector standards, principle and procedures and in the district water and sanitation conditional grant allocation.

District Implementation Manual Revised 2013 District Implementation Manual Revised 2013

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Date added: 06/14/2014
Date modified: 06/14/2014
Filesize: 3.07 MB
Downloads: 9419

This District Implementation Manual (DIM) provides a comprehensive overview of the workings of the sector for stakeholders operating at various Local Government (LG) levels. The manual sets out the sector policy and institutional environment, stakeholder roles and responsibilities and outlines the procedures to be followed. The manual provides technical knowledge and information concerning the implementation of the water and sanitation activities in the sector.

National Framework for O&M of RWS Uganda 2011 National Framework for O&M of RWS Uganda 2011

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Date added: 09/25/2012
Date modified: 09/25/2012
Filesize: 645.51 kB
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The Ministry of Water and Environment (MWE) with support from Unicef and through its Directorate of Water Development (DWD) commissioned in March 2011 a study that identified critical issues affecting the effectiveness of the community-based maintenance system (CBMS) for rural water supply (RWS) facilities in Uganda. The ultimate goal of the study was to update the National Framework for O&M of Rural Water Supplies that was developed in March 2004. The study report brings to the fore critical issues in O&M of rural water facilities in Uganda and in general various factors affecting the effectiveness of CBMS. Although the study findings have a lot in common with the results of the O&M Study (2003), a lot has happened in the policy and planning environment, which necessitate updating the O&M Framework (2004)

Self Supply Experiences in Uganda Self Supply Experiences in Uganda

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Date added: 09/26/2012
Date modified: 09/26/2012
Filesize: 1.99 MB
Downloads: 5951

Progress towards achieving the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) for water supply even though is fairly on track in Uganda, 35% of the population lack access to safe and reliable water supply. Consequently, increasing numbers of households have improved their own water supply in small and affordable steps using their own resources (self supply).

Uganda loses UGX389 billion annually due to poor sanitation Uganda loses UGX389 billion annually due to poor sanitation

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Date added: 10/01/2012
Date modified: 10/01/2012
Filesize: 1.52 MB
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Poor sanitation costs Uganda 389 billion Ugandan Shillings each year, equivalent to US$177 million,* according to a desk study carried out by The Water and Sanitation Program (WSP). This sum is the equivalent of US$5.5 per person in Uganda per year or 1.1%
of the national GDP.

WATER AND SANITATION FOR THE POOR WATER AND SANITATION FOR THE POOR

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Date added: 05/13/2015
Date modified: 05/13/2015
Filesize: 1.79 MB
Downloads: 970

The purpose of this review is to assist the Directorate of Water Development (DWD), Ministry of Water and Environment (MWE) to prepare a revised Pro-Poor Strategy, building on the successes and learning from the mistakes of the past decade. A clear and measurable pro-poor strategy to guide DWD activities in better serving the poor and Bottom 40% will help to define the areas in which the World Bank and other development partners can best provide poverty-oriented assistance.

WATER AND SANITATION FOR THE POOR WATER AND SANITATION FOR THE POOR

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Date added: 05/13/2015
Date modified: 05/13/2015
Filesize: 1.79 MB
Downloads: 783

The purpose of this review is to assist the Directorate of Water Development (DWD), Ministry of Water and Environment (MWE) to prepare a revised Pro-Poor Strategy, building on the successes and learning from the mistakes of the past decade. A clear and measurable pro-poor strategy to guide DWD activities in better serving the poor and Bottom 40% will help to define the areas in which the World Bank and other development partners can best provide poverty-oriented assistance.

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