Water Sanitation and Hygiene - Maliga - Namutumba

Visit by David Balimunsi on 2018-11-14

Report ID
3526
Created by
David Balimunsi
Created date
2018-11-15 03:28:04 UTC
Modified by
David Balimunsi
Modified date
2018-11-15 08:35:13 UTC
Trip Time
09:00-19:12 (10 h 12 m)
Village Time
11:14-17:39 (6 h 25 m)
Travel Time
3 h 47 m

Current State

Participation Rating
Success
Everyone is able to get the clean water 
Village Critical Needs
None 
Village Action Steps
It is to take good care and full ownership of their borehole 
Staff Action Steps
It to encourage the community members to take the full ownership and care of their borehole 
CLTS Progress
CLTS completed 
Sanitation Hygiene Committee
yes 
Water Users Committee
yes 
Other Class Notes
 
Community Ownership
yes 
Ownership Story
The community members constructed the borehole fence and contributed the money-towards their borehole account. 
Three Stone Fires
yes 
Access to Clean Water
yes 
Open Defecation
no 
Water Access Explain
 
Prevent Ownership
None 
Allow Ownership
The committee members are hard working 
Village Notes
There is no open deification around in the village because every home is having a toilet 

Well Repair

Lookup Key
Maliga - Maliga 
Ws Name
Maliga 
Repair Date
2018-10-14 00:00:00 UTC 
Repair By
Steven, David, Alex. 
Pump Mechanic
yes 
Committee Present
yes 
Repair Cost
5500000 
Village Contribution
300000 
Work Done
Borehole repair and pump testing 
Parts Replaced
Cylinder,Rods,Pipes,Bolts,Middle plate,water Tank,Pedestral,Chain,Nipple adaptor 
Concerns Future Failure
Unknown 
Followup
yes 
Water Committee
yes 
Fence
yes 
Soak Pit
yes 
Compound Condition
good 
Jerrycan Condition
clean 
Ws Notes
David , Steven and Alex went to Maliga village but before reaching the village they first visited Nsinze sub county. They did so because they wanted to bring up to speed the sub county officials about what they were going to do in the village .At the sub county, they were welcomed by the sub county chief and other government officials. The parish chief, Mr Muyingo from Buwongo parish where Maliga village is located accompanied them to the village to witness this borehole repair. When they reached the village they found the members at the borehole waiting for them. The Kibo staff started by introducing the parish chief and requested him to give a-brief guidance to the community members .He reminded them about the safe water chain and also later told them that it’s their responsibility to take full care and ownership of their borehole. With those few remarks also Alex and David they thanked all the members for their good cooperation and unity. They summarized their talks by encouraging everyone to maintain the good hygiene and sanitation standards not forgetting to always fully own their borehole. The members were also reminded to always continue contributing money towards their borehole account to meet any future borehole repair costs as this is the only way this community will have demonstrated full responsibility and ownership of their borehole. The Kibo staff along with the HPM from the district mr kabugo started the whole repair process by first of all testing the pump and the generator in order to check if all were working fine . After that The repair process started by the HP M and the Kibo staff pumping the dirty water out of the borehole. Using the newly purchased water pump, the process of test pumping took them about one hour .Fortunately in 30 seconds the water had cleared and the residents had started bringing their jerrycans to fetch the water. The Kibo staff set out their watches in order to know how long it would take one to fill up one jerrycan . They discovered that it would take one 18 seconds. The Kibo staff stopped the test pumping process because the water had cleared and afterwards the H P M took a lead as they were replacing back the new stainless pipes and rods . The following were the parts which were replaced into the borehole. The nine stainless pipes,rods,third plate,pedestal,bolts,cylinder and water tank. After the Kibo staff had replaced all the above parts they pumped the borehole to monitor if it was efficiently working. The village , Hpm and the Kibo staff were all happy for the success they had reached. They concluded the whole repair process by the H PM mr kabugo carrying out the casting process. The village had earlier on gathered the sand and the aggregates for the mixture during the casting process.Because of time the Kibo staff left mr kabugo to continue with the casting process.Later the Kibo staff hopes to go back to monitor the casting process as well as guiding the village as they will be forming up their borehole bylaws and training of the new water user committee. The village contributed 300000 shillings towards their borehole repair of which part of the money was used to purchase cement, sand, concrete and paid the hand pump mechanic labour costs for the day. 
Operating
yes 
Repair Notes
During the process of pump testing the water was able to clear in about 20 minutes 

Next Visit: 2018-11-21 - Purpose: Guiding the village members as they form up their borehole by laws and continue with the training of the water user committee

Report Photos

4960 The Kibo staff and the district Hand pump mechanic blowing out the dirty water from the borehole.
4963 The Kibo staff and the HP M testing out the generator and the water pump before it would fully starts to work
4966 The Kibo staff H P M and some water users committee members blowing the dirty water out the borehole and later they use that water for mixing the concrete for the casting of the borehole ground surface.
4987 They were fixing back the new stateless pipes