Water Sanitation and Hygiene - Nawandyo A - Namutumba

Visit by David Balimunsi on 2018-12-05

Report ID
3797
Created by
David Balimunsi
Created date
2018-12-06 03:59:30 UTC
Modified by
David Balimunsi
Modified date
2018-12-06 07:51:38 UTC
Trip Time
09:05-05:55 (-4 h 50 m)
Village Time
11:23-15:28 (4 h 5 m)
Travel Time
-8 h 45 m

Current State

Participation Rating
Success
Facilities good standards and maintenance 
Village Critical Needs
It is clean water 
Village Action Steps
It is to train on how they would take the full care and ownership towards their borehole 
Staff Action Steps
It is to guide the community as they inact their borehole rules and regulations to safe guide the sustainability of the borehole. 
CLTS Progress
CLTS completed 
Sanitation Hygiene Committee
yes 
Water Users Committee
yes 
Other Class Notes
 
Community Ownership
yes 
Ownership Story
The community members contributed 300000 shillings towards their borehole account and were still contributing 
Three Stone Fires
yes 
Access to Clean Water
no 
Open Defecation
no 
Water Access Explain
The borehole which is close by has got issues with its internal parts that is why the Kibo is patterning with the community to repair it 
Prevent Ownership
None 
Allow Ownership
Unity and cooperation amongst the community members 
Village Notes
Everyone is having a latrine hence no cases of open deification 

Water Users Committee Check-In

Ws Name
 
Current Fund Balance
300000 
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
Committee Accomplishments
Borehole contributions and sanitation improvements 
Committee Challenges
None 
Operating
yes 
Other Committee Notes
They said that they will continue contributing money towards their borehole account to add on the 300000 shillings they were having as their account balance. 
Ws Notes
David and Steven were in the village to guide the community members as they were forming up their borehole bylaws. The Kibo staff first visited the home of mr kalyango Dauson whom they had left during the previous visit digging his pit about 5 feet deep. When David and Steven visited kalyango Dauson he had added on his pit about 10 feet deep. The Kibo staff encouraged him to work hard such that he would at least dig 15 feet above. The Kibo staff continued and visited the other three homes which had not improved on their old dish racks and among those were mr kasadha Joel, Abdunulu kabolisa, and Matiya kibunduka. Fortunately the three homes had constructed new dish-racks which was so encouraging to the Kibo staff. David encouraged the three homes to protect the poles of their dish racks from being affected by the termites by painting the parts which were supposed to be in the ground by the use of the used oil or placing the poles in the plastic containers. Later a afterwards the Kibo staff went to where the village members had gathered waiting for them. The Kibo staff asked the members how they would protect their borehole sustainability. They started by enacting the first low and regulation which stated that their borehole should be open at 6:00am to 7:00pm . They said that Incase any one will be caught in the act of breaking the borehole padlock, fighting on the borehole ,rumormongering at the borehole compound will be fined with a 50000 shillings,no animals drinking water on the same borehole with the community members,everyone will be entitled to pay money towards the borehole account failure to do so one will not be not allowed to fetch the water and the water user committee will always have meeting to assess their progress. The Kibo staff encouraged them to maintain the required hygiene and sanitation standards. The Kibo staff emphasized great about the safe water chain by making sure the clean water goes to the clean homes to avoid diseases. The treasurer told the Kibo staff that they had contributed 300000 shillings towards their borehole account. They said that they will continue contributing money towards their borehole account for the future sustainability of their borehole. In general the hygiene and sanitation status of the entire village was so good to the required standards. 

Next Visit: 2018-12-10 - Purpose: Borehole repair

Report Photos

5246 The Kibo staff taking a lead during the village borehole meeting