Seen in the picture above is the kibo staff giving out the jerrycans from kibo to the sanitation committee members before the rest of the other residents.
Seen in the picture above is Philip sanday one of the community member constructing his new kitchen .
One of the committee members inspecting one of the latrines being constructed
Ida explaining to members how to use the feeds table and ratio.
Members listening attentively to Ida as she was explaining how the feed table will help in planning for chickens.
Nabirye is expecting but she was told by a midwife that her baby is presenting with the feet so she is scared and she thinks it’s not normal.
A kitchen well stocked with firewood up on its storage.
Children playing outside their well smeared grass thatched house in buluvu village.
This stove was found cooking food by itself. It is well decorated with Kibo’s word showing how much the family is appreciative of the program.
Ivan one of the members with his tree of mvule.
Alex W held a joint meeting with the sanitation and water user committees discussing ways how to work together
Both the water user committee and the sanitation committee have committed to work together to make sure their village changes and meets the required sanitation standards and raise the required amount of money.
Yasoni one of the people that has had an open pit for along time has started to construct on his new pit latrine having dug a 40ft deep pit. Alex found when the workers had just finished to pour the slab and hopes to complete his permanent latrine in 5 days.
Ben also completed his new pit latrine after several months of Alex talking and encouraging him to have a pit latrine for his family.
In the photo above , Martin was hand over a hand washing jerrycan to mr Isiko
In the photo above ,the Chairman was speaking about the status of sanitation in his community , he said that the coverage of sanitation facilities has risen.
A community liaison officer from Namutumba district washing her hands at one of the hand washing stands in the home of one family where meetings are held
A new hand washing stand recently constructed at Mr Sanyu’s home
Shamim has a sugar loaf head and she has been rejected by the father claiming that he doesn’t give birth to children with such kind of heads.
Irene carrying a baby to one of the mothers on her visit to some of their homes.
This child Kadama was found cooking on the stove as the parents were busy in the gardens.
A well stocked firewood risen stand for Nabwire Rose.
A neatly maintained smeared kitchen and a strong dish in kalitumba village.
A well maintained fuel efficient stove in one of the member’s home.
This picture was taken making sure member have social distancing because of coronavirus. Some member exchanged their goats to cows
Through meetings like these,members are given a platform to give opinions that would trigger development in the community.
Kelementi Isabirye and their grand children, was so happy for their new hand washing stand.
That is how Martin was encouraging the residents in that village, how they can construct the new model dish racks.
The group liked David Isabirye, because his main house it’s under construction and the new latrine 30ft deeper it’s under construction, which is so good.
Seen in the picture above is Florence Namuwanga,s smeared kitchen who is taking a lead via encouraging the other members to work and improve on their kitchens by smearing.
Seen in the picture above is David the kibo staff encouraging Bomboka the community member on how to improve on his new dish rack.
Children enjoying pawpaws as well as listening to Kibo lessons.
Dina’s children whose husband says they are not his,she should look for their father.
A kitchen that needs to be smeared from the outside area.
Muyodi’s well smeared kitchen in preparation of getting a stove.
A complete stove that Harriet had just removed a banana stem from.
They community members of discussed hoe leaders and the community could work together.
Chairperson Mss Namugaya Base standing near one of their Mvule tree they are taking care of.
The meeting took place at the borehole site and about 60 people turned up for this meeting to discuss about improvements in the sanitation and hygiene standards and contributing money towards their borehole repair
A new hand washing stand being covered by rugs to dry properly and not develop cracks. A hand washing Jerrycan was given out to this home but could not to start using it before the stand dries up
Mrs. Peter Okello is very thankful to kibo group for encouraging her husband to build their first bathing shelter in their home. For very long time their home never had one but could wait to take showers at night in the dark. She confessed this to Alex during his visit in this home where in the beginning was badly off without any sanitation facility and human feaces used during triggering was found in this home because they were practicing open defecation.
Some of the village residents that turned up for the water and sanitation meeting
This old woman, she is so happy for her new rubbish pit.
A new latrine being constructed
A latrine being constructed. Because of the sandy soils, they have to construct the walls from the bottom of the pit in order to give the latrine strength
This chicken hatched ten chics and the owner is starting right away to put the lessons into practice. She taking away the chics from their mother so that in two weeks the mother starts laying again according to the lessons.
Irene teaching about family planning benefits to the mother in bupeni village
A well smeared fuel efficient stove in a ventilated kitchen.
One of the members managed to repair his kitchen walls which had fallen off before, and he plans to re-roof and smear it as soon as possible.
This kitchen is well smeared,uses a stove on daily basis and this was evidenced by the vent that had turned black because of smoke.
A jambo’s well smeared kitchen.
Bukudumira group has decided to start saving and loaning scheme, they have made these books to give to each member to keep records of how they will be saving.
Those are some of the members uprooting some weed from their garden.
She is called mrs Yovani whose husband never wanted to construct a toilet until kibo came into action, in the photo she was kneeling like it is a norm, to thank the WASH team for convincing her husband to construct them a latrine.
The boy in the photo above is called Simon, he complained of how his father has refused to build a structure around the latrine pit, so he was demonstrating how they use the current structure. Chris and Steve didn’t find the father around but encouraged the chairman to keep an eye on him to see that he constructs the latrine .
In the photo above, this latrine was damaged by the constant rain the area is currently experiencing, Alex walyomu and the entire WASH team has been encouraging the community members to use strong logs or concrete if they can .
This is how the community members constructing their new model dish racks.
This is how Martin was encouraging the residents to work on their new model dish racks.
This is how the new hand washing stand, which is plastered look like
This is the new hand washing stand, which is not plastered Look like.
A newly constructed hand washing stand in Mpumiro village.
A hand washing stand with a jerican on that kibo gave to the home
Alex moved together with the sanitation committee members in the village to check on sanitation improvements and follow up on those specific homes that were still having work to do. These kinds of hand washing stands are almost in every home
This Muzei constructed this hand washing stand by himself and he is proud of. He is eagerly waiting for a hand washing jerrycan in his home.
Because of a long distance and congestion on the one borehole in the village drilled by Kibo group about eight years ago, some of the homes decided to dig a shallow well in the upper part of the village but its a big risk to this village the fact that it’s open and it’s the kids fetching water from it. It’s 60ft deep
Alex together with the sanitation committee members visited Zacharia’s home and liked the fact he built his new bathroom top with cement to prevent it from easily being damaged by the rains. This is something that every home needs to be encouraged to do for sustainability purposes
About 20 homes in a section from this village were having great challenges to get water because of a long distance from the borehole and decided to dig a shallow well where they are currently getting water. This however is very dangerous since it’s open.
Class listening attentively to the teacher as she was demonstrating how words can change in a second according to the skit.
Yunusu’s current picture from kagulu village
Irene holding a family planning lesson in kagulu village
One of the members posing next to her stove that needs to be repaired and smeared.
Some of the buildings that are well maintained and smeared in the village.
Lorna talking to mama pris encouraging her that not all is lost.
At Lving and Mary’s home. They have 2 children
This was at Annet and Jackson’s home
In the center is Juliet Kanyango got married at 19 now 22 . She has 2 children
The old man Mr Waibe Daniel with his grandsons showing the Mvule tree they planted and take care in Kivule
Those are committee members of Nabituluntu. Alex B explained to them their roles and responsibilities.
Janet Kilunda, she was os happy to receive the new jerrycans for washing the hands after visiting the latrine.
The hall family was so happy to have the twins, all of them are girls, Babirye and Nakato and Martin prayed for them.
They are also working on other facilities like latrine.
A child standing next to their newly constructed hand washing stand
A hand washing stand recently constructed next to a tippy tap
Committee members advising a resident on his dish rack
Seen in the picture above is David the kibo staff during the village,s general sanitation improvements meeting.
The water user committee improvised a temporary log fence to lock the borehole and manage the use of it before the borehole wall fence is constructed.
Alex met with the water user committee and the builders that are ready to construct this fence and shared the architectural plan of how this fence is to constructed
These three children were watching and listening fearing to come closer after their mother had scolded them. Ida asked them to come and learn too because they are the future parents.
Sara is a baby to one of the village members of kagulu so the mother prepared her herbs for a bath because she had diarrhea. So Irene advised her on the benefits of seeking medical care.
Zamina’s mother also tied a key around her waist to open up blessings and avoid her from getting sick, which Irene advised and said it was a myth.
Ronald’s MUM new built kitchen and well smeared.
A well smeared stove smeared stove, well decorated.
One of the members standing next to her kitchen that needs to be reconstructed and smeared.
A kitchen stocked with firewood on its firewood storage.
This was just at the beginning of the lesson before the body of the baby one month old was brought to the village
Alex B was teaching the role and responsibilities of the committee
Henry and the chairman Mr John at the broken well in Kazimbakujira
Anew pit latrine and a new hand washing stand constructed by Modo Steven one of the guys that has been very stubborn to work on his sanitation facilities
This is how Martin was demonstrating to the community members, to construct their new hand washing stands.
This is how Difasi Mulwani, he is preparing the materials for constructing his new latrine 30ft deeper.
A new dish rack that was recently constructed in Mpumiro village
A latrine pit that was recently dug
A resident standing next to his newly constructed hand washing stand
Mutesi from Maliga teaching the group the previous lesson about egg marking and preparing chickens for laying.
Rita whose child had a rash, she came to seek medical help from Irene in the meeting they had on 19/8/2020 and this is a comparison of the pictures after medical help.
A kitchen well stocked with firewood on its storage.
One of the members still cooking on a three stones open flames stove because she had not received a new savings stove.
Harriet demonstrating to the participants how to smear their kitchens.
Jeska showing the participants the distance from the small stove to kitchen wall. She did this to encourage the participants not use a very big space when they are building stoves.
This was during the self esteem exercise
Talking about Love
Abraham meeting the family of chairperson of the group Mr Christopher and his wife Nola for the loss of his father in-law yet he lost the mother in just few months back.
Alex B was talking to some of the committee members about their roles and responsibilities.
This little boy was happy to receive a hand washing jerrycan from Kibo group and he quickly ran to place it on the stand
Akoli David also completed his hand washing stand and received a jerrycan from Kibo group
Opio Jorem was happy to receive a hand washing jerrycan from Kibo group
Mrs.Alex Muruga also was happy to get a hand washing Jerrycan from Kibo group
Omodo Stephen has made progress to construct on his new pit latrine. For a very long time he has been having an open pit
Martin is demonstrating to Julias Balikowa, how to construct a new model dish rack.
One of the sanitation committee member, he was encouraging that family, how to use the jerrycan, to wash their hands, to prevent Covid 19.
Kalimu Kawanguzi, he was a manger of those who have been lagging behind to work on his new pit latrine. But good enough, he is digging it, it’s now 12ft deep.
A new latrine of Mr Enock which he recently finished
A lady in Nawandyo sawing a mat that is on order.
Zamina’s son in kagulu village whose husband left during the covid period, Irene made a report on her on the 7/9/2020 report. He is 3years old but with a hydrocele, the mother has applied herbs on it but she sees no change.
Shadia has a swelling that the parents think is witch craft but Irene advised the mother to take her to hospital.
Nangobi’s strong firewood risen stand well stocked with firewood.
Nabirye’s well smeared kitchen that looks neat everyday she is an exemplary in this village.
Ikumbya subcounty offices.
Some of the members learning how to cut and level the banana stems.
Jessica with some members in the kitchen building the fuel efficient stove.
One of the community leader showing Abraham her tree she planted in Bukudumira and he advised her to prune it so that it can grow straight.
Alex B and few members at the soybeans garden project.
One of the things Chris was happy about were the dish racks like the one in the picture above.
A new toilet being dug. Kibo has really changed the face of ibaako village from a filthy dirty village to one of the cleanest villages in the region.
The vice chairman of the village Mr Dominico standing next to his new latrine
A new latrine being constructed
A new Latrine being constructed
Seen in the picture above is kalulu Magidu,s new pit latrine under progress
Seen in the picture above is David demonstrating the construction of the hand washing stand to one of the homes which was still lagging behind.
Alex meeting with the water user committee to discuss about their borehole wall construction and borehole sustainability and ownership.
Alex W meeting with the water user committee and the LC 1 to discuss ways to take good care of their borehole and make plans to construct the borehole wall fence.
Alex W witnessed a village build a stove on their own. They made two stoves on that day
A happy group of women in Naibowa enjoying themselves while stamping the mud to construct a stove for a member in the village
The kitchen where a new stove is to be built is well roofed and smeared inside.