Water Sanitation and Hygiene - Kalitumba - Namutumba

Visit by Enock Madolo on 2018-06-04

Report ID
1904
Created by
Enock Madolo
Created date
2018-06-06 06:03:10 UTC
Modified by
Lorna Katagara
Modified date
2018-06-07 08:39:56 UTC
Trip Time
10:00-18:00 (8 h 0 m)
Village Time
12:00-03:21 (-9 h 21 m)
Travel Time
16 h 39 m

Household visits

Which Survey
none 
Number Of Households
30 
Visits Purpose
To check on the new latrine construction. 
Staff Attendees
Enock Madoolo 
Government Attendees
LC1,VHT 
Notes
Enock with the group of interns from Harding university and Oklahoma university teamed up to travel to this village. The reason was to check on the progress of latrine construction, dish rack, shower areas, kitchen areas, rubbish pits and other facilities. They walked home to home as they taught the families the challenges and problems which result from open defection and reminding them about the diseases like cholera which may even kill the whole community, dysentery, trachoma, diarrhoea and many more which are caused due to open defection and poor hygiene. The people are responding greatly by digging pit latrines, constructing shower areas, digging rubbish pits and dish rack construction. There are already 6 newly built latrines, we saw 4 new shower areas, one new kitchen well smeared, 3 new rubbish pits and 7 new dish racks all in different homes. The pick axes are super busy and on high demand. Most of the residents didn’t have proper latrines in their homes. They need to dig deep latrines which are a good standard. Kibo is encouraging them to build/construct sustainable facilities to avoid repeating the same work every year. As they continued walking around, they taught the importance of using Ash in latrines to chase flies. The residents are embracing the program and willing to improve the sanitation of the village. The students from Harding university and Oklahoma got to see how a pit latrine is dug, we found in one of the homes two men were digging a latrine hole and it was about 10ft, they are planning to dig till 25ft deep. 

Current State

Participation Rating
Success
There are already 6 new latrines which have been completed. We also saw many latrine holes which are being dug 
Village Critical Needs
None 
Village Action Steps
To improve on the sanitation and hygiene as well as digging pits, constructing new latrines, dish racks and rubbish pits. 
Staff Action Steps
To check on the progress of latrine construction and other facilities as well as continue teaching home to home to improve their sanitation levels 
CLTS Progress
Working on CLTS Program 
Sanitation Hygiene Committee
yes 
Water Users Committee
yes 
Other Class Notes
 
Community Ownership
unknown 
Ownership Story
 
Three Stone Fires
yes 
Access to Clean Water
unknown 
Open Defecation
yes 
Water Access Explain
 
Prevent Ownership
None 
Allow Ownership
Active leadership of the VHTs 
Village Notes
There are so many people working on their latrines. 

Next Visit: 2018-06-20 - Purpose: To check on the impact of hand washing facilities

Report Photos

3080 This is a new latrine under construction
3083 The interns Taylor and Lindsy are looking at a latrine under construction.