Water Sanitation and Hygiene - Bulyowa B - Namutumba

Visit by David Balimunsi on 2018-03-12

Report ID
1082
Created by
David Balimunsi
Created date
2018-03-12 07:14:13 UTC
Modified by
Lorna Katagara
Modified date
2018-03-26 05:50:33 UTC
Trip Time
09:10-18:20 (9 h 10 m)
Village Time
12:12-15:51 (3 h 39 m)
Travel Time
5 h 31 m

Current State

Participation Rating
Success
They have worked and improved upon their hygiene facilities 
Village Critical Needs
Clean water and fuel saving stoves. 
Village Action Steps
It is to work on the borehole fence and the soak pit as well as collecting of the remaining borehole balance from the few members who had not paid their borehole contributions. 
Staff Action Steps
It is to continue encouraging those who had not paid towards their borehole account to do so as well as constructing a well standardized bolehole fence and soak pit . 
CLTS Progress
 
Sanitation Hygiene Committee
yes 
Water Users Committee
yes 
Other Class Notes
 
Community Ownership
yes 
Ownership Story
The majority of the homes have worked to the required hygiene standards except Lolian who is in the process of finishing up with his toilet construction. 
Three Stone Fires
yes 
Access to Clean Water
no 
Open Defecation
no 
Water Access Explain
both boreholes have issues of their pipes having holes causing water contamination. 
Prevent Ownership
None 
Allow Ownership
The committee members are hard working and love working for their village. 
Village Notes
They have been hard working more than bulyowa A and the standardization of their latrines in the different homes meets the sub county level. 

Water Users Committee Check-In

Ws Name
Bulyowa B 
Current Fund Balance
147000 
Follow up
yes 
Water Committee
yes 
Fence
yes 
Soak Pit
yes 
Compound Condition
good 
Jerrycan Condition
clean 
Men On Committee
Women On Committee
Total Members
11 
Committee Accomplishments
Hygiene and sanitation 
Committee Challenges
The community members who don’t want to effect their payment in time. 
Operating
yes 
Other Committee Notes
They will be moving to those homes which will have not paid their borehole contributions in the evenings after when the members in those homes are free from their daily garden work. 
Ws Notes
David and Steven went to bulyowa to continue guiding the community members on the fence construction as well as continuing moving home to home trying to encourage everyone to contribute towards the borehole account as well as the soak pit maintenance . They first moved to Lolian’s home and Nviri Laliyo,s home, as they were the only two people who were not meeting the required sanitation standards. Nviri laliyo had worked and improved on all his home hygiene facilities but reaching to lolians,s home for him he was in the process of finishing up his latrine construction. Therefore Kibo staff together with the water user committee members gave lolian two weeks to finish up with the construction of his latrine. As they were leaving Lolian’s home they met the c.d.o of ivukula he was also heading towards Lolian’s home. He also wanted to check on the progress in Lolian’s home because Kibo staff together with the water and sanitation committee members had reported lolian as being the most stubbornest member in the community who never wants to improve on his hygiene facilities. He used to also hide even when Tom(CLTS) was working in that village.David, Steven and Tom were able to meet him and encouraged him to improve. They later went ahead to where the chairman of the village mr sadiki and other committee members were digging the soak pit. They found that they had done substandard work and they were advised by Steven and David to reconstruct a good soak pit by guiding them on the dimensions. They continued discussing with them how they would get the money for the borehole account. They all resorted to locking up of the borehole they said that they would be opening it for only those who will have paid because they told David that they had so far collected 150000 for the two boreholes yet each borehole was supposed to contribute 200000 shillings. They left with them two assignments one was to finish up with the construction of the-two fences on both boreholes. Secondly to move in the homes which have not paid their borehole contributions. They also preached unity amongst all the community members for the sustainability of their borehole. . Generally the members have worked hard and improved upon their hygiene standards about 90 percentage in almost every hygiene facility in every home 

Report Photos

1937 The chairman of the village mr.batayirawa Sadiki spearheading the construction of the borehole fence in bulyowa B as well as the soakpit maintainance.