Water Sanitation and Hygiene - Budumba - Unassigned

Visit by Alex Walyomu on 2018-04-04

Report ID
Created by
Alex Walyomu
Created date
2018-04-05 04:12:29 UTC
Modified by
Lorna Katagara
Modified date
2018-04-05 08:11:18 UTC
Trip Time
10:05-18:21 (8 h 16 m)
Village Time
12:57-15:50 (2 h 53 m)
Travel Time
5 h 23 m

Current State

Participation Rating
There is great improvement in the sanitation standards in the village of which everyone is proud of Kibo teaching and guiding them to achieve this status. 
Village Critical Needs
The road to their village is very bad and also lack a nearby health facility 
Village Action Steps
To continue contributing the money for the borehole account and to feed the workers that will be drilling the borehole 
Staff Action Steps
To plan with Tom and decide on when the third evaluation can be carried out and also keep in touch with the drilling company of when they can come to drill. 
CLTS Progress
Sanitation Hygiene Committee
Water Users Committee
Other Class Notes
Community Ownership
Ownership Story
Three Stone Fires
Access to Clean Water
Open Defecation
Water Access Explain
A new borehole is soon to be drilled in this village and the people in this village shall reduce on traveling long distances in search of clean water and going to the swamp 
Prevent Ownership
Allow Ownership
Village Notes
The people in Budumba community are now telling the neighboring village of kisewuzi to have the sanitation facilities and why it’s important to have them in their homes. Budumba now looks very different from the neighboring communities and now some people in those villages are copying what Budumba has done. 

Water Community Meeting

Meeting Topic
land agreement 
How Many Men Attended
How Many Women Attended
Staff Attendees
Walyomu Alex 
Government Attendess
Visitor Attendees
Total Attendance
Look Up
Mr. Sadala and his son Muzamiru were very happy that God was able to allow water be found in their land. They said that Budumba village is such a big village and the water surveyor moved in the whole village but did not find water in other people’s land but got in their land, this in the Muslim religion shows that they have already served God as he requires by helping a lot of his people enjoy clean water. They willingly and proudly donated a piece of land measuring 30ft by 40ft to allow the borehole to be drilled. This was done in the presence of the area leader, LC1 , the water user committee and the community members. Both the father and his son signed on the land agreement together with the chairperson of the village and water user committee. Before the borehole is drilled, this agreement has to be already done to avoid any future issues of one person owning the borehole. This still shows that the borehole is for everyone in the community and so they are all responsible. Alex also visited Dhigo’s home a guy that has been very slow to complete his pit latrine construction and he had constructed on it and promised to finish putting on the roof in the next few days. 
Next Visit
- Purpose:
Program Success
Program Critical Needs
Program Ownership
Other Program Observations
Program Expected Of Village
Program Staff Preparations Next Visit

Report Photos

2210 Sadala Kamedde (father with a Muslim hat) and his son Waako Muzamiru displaying the land agreement that they have willingly and at no cost gave away part of their land measuring 30ft by 40ft to have a borehole drilled for their community.
2213 The water user committee , the land owners and the some of the community members that turned up to witness Mr Sadala and Muzamiru donate piece of land to allow Kibo drill a borehole in their community