Water Sanitation and Hygiene - Ituba Namalowe - Namutumba

Visit by Enock Madolo on 2018-06-01

Report ID
1877
Created by
Enock Madolo
Created date
2018-06-05 04:26:23 UTC
Modified by
Lorna Katagara
Modified date
2018-06-05 10:24:59 UTC
Trip Time
10:06-18:26 (8 h 20 m)
Village Time
12:26-15:35 (3 h 9 m)
Travel Time
5 h 11 m

Household visits

Which Survey
none 
Number Of Households
38 
Visits Purpose
To check on the latrine construction 
Staff Attendees
Enock Madoolo,Martin Kibuuka 
Government Attendees
LC1,VHT 
Notes
The people are constructing good standard facilities from latrines, shower areas, dish racks, rubbish pits, kitchen areas, clean compounds than before where most of the homes practised open defection, had no place for rubbish disposal and also poor hygiene around the homes. The VHTs who are the first health activists in the community testified and said lately they are few cases of diseases which are caused due to poor sanitation as they said, there is reduction in diarrhoea cases which most families were facing. The community residents are busy in their gardens where some are harvesting, weeding and cultivating their gardens since their are still plenty of rains. Although they have to go to their gardens, Kibo mainly encourages them to first work hard to improve on the sanitation levels of their homes because after the garden work, they will still have to come back home to use those facilities. There were some stubborn homes who for some time they claimed they had no pick axes to dig latrines since all the pick axes were being used in other people’s homes. They had waited for some time and relaxed yet they would have started constructing other facilities which don’t need pick axes. Enock encouraged them to start off with other facilities as they wait. Despite of that, Enock had a conversation with the chairman and VHTs to spare two pick axes those families. During this visit, Enock took for them pick axes so that they will not always claim they are not working because they are looking for pick axes. They made an agreement with them and agreed in two weeks they will have completed their pits of 15ft. Enock and the VHTs then continued walking home to home to also continue evaluating, encouraging, sensitising the residents to construct good sustainable facilities. In the home of an old woman Eginasi Nakasango, they met young boys of about 10 and 14 years busy in the pit digging a pit for their grandma. This was so inspiring, they encouraged the boys to continue working so hard to improve on the sanitation of their grandma’s home. Generally, many people have embraced the program and are working hard to improve on the sanitation levels of the village. 

Current State

Participation Rating
Success
There is a good response in the construction of all the facilities 
Village Critical Needs
None 
Village Action Steps
To complete the construction of all the facilities. 
Staff Action Steps
To check on the latrine construction and other facilities 
CLTS Progress
Working on CLTS Program 
Sanitation Hygiene Committee
yes 
Water Users Committee
yes 
Other Class Notes
 
Community Ownership
no 
Ownership Story
 
Three Stone Fires
yes 
Access to Clean Water
unknown 
Open Defecation
no 
Water Access Explain
 
Prevent Ownership
None 
Allow Ownership
Active leadership 
Village Notes
The community is progressing well and constructing all the facilities in their homes. 
Next Visit
2018-06-06 - Purpose: To check on the sanitation progress
Program Success
Program Critical Needs
Program Ownership
Other Program Observations
Program Expected Of Village
Program Staff Preparations Next Visit
 

Report Photos

3044 Martin is checking on the latrine construction in the home of Suleman Bavekuno who is only remaining with the construction of the roof.