The Government of Uganda through Ministry of Water and Environment, Water and Sanitation Development Facility- East has allocated funds to be used for the Supply of Supply of Glass Reinforced Plastic Pipes & Fittings for Hydraulic Improvement Works at Agoro Irrigation Scheme in Lamwo District.
The Ministry of Water & Environment has allocated funds for the procurement of Consultancy Services for Preparation of Design Manual for Water For Production infrastructure and facilities.
The Ministry of Water and Environment is implementing the Farm Income Enhancement and Forestry Conservation(FIEFOC) Programme (Project 2).
The Government of the Republic of Uganda through the Ministry of Water and Environment is implementing the Farm Income Enhancement and Forest Conservation Project and has allocated funds to be used for Hydraulic Improvement Works at Agoro Irrigation Scheme in Lamwo District.
Sections 5 and 13 of the Water Act Cap 152 vests the rights to investigate, control, protect and manage water in Uganda in the Director responsible for water resources, on behalf of Government. In exercising his/her powers, the Director may require any class or type of persons to keep, maintain records and furnish any information concerning the investigation, use, control, protection, management or administration of any water or concerning any waste, as may be prescribed in the regulations or notice.
The Ministry has received Financing towards the construction of the Water Supply and Sanitation Programme. It is intended that part of the proceeds of this loan be appliedConstruction of Lukalu- Kabasanda Water Supply System in Butambala District.
Consultancy Services to Conduct Training In Natural Resource Based Enterprises Under Farm Income Enhancement and Forestry Conservation Programme: Project 2 (FIEFOC 2)
Consultancy Services To Conduct Training In Agroforestry And Conservation Farming Under Farm Income Enhancement And Forestry Conservation Programme: Project 2 (Fiefoc 2)
The Government of Uganda (GoU) through the Ministry of Water & Environment (MWE) and the sector Development Partners (DPs) are implementing a Joint Water and Environment Sector Support Programme (JWESSP) over the 5-year period 2013-2018.
As part of programme implementation, the Ministry of Water and Environment is in the process of establishing a unit to offer technical support to the ministry in areas of identify potential sources of funding for the sector,