Water Sanitation and Hygiene - Kiteigalwa - Bugiri

Visit by David Balimunsi on 2019-04-29

Report ID
5159
Created by
David Balimunsi
Created date
2019-05-03 01:16:30 UTC
Modified by
David Balimunsi
Modified date
2019-05-03 03:15:55 UTC
Trip Time
09:05-18:06 (9 h 1 m)
Village Time
12:30-15:34 (3 h 4 m)
Travel Time
5 h 57 m

Household visits

Which Survey
none 
Number Of Households
27 
Visits Purpose
Assesing the sanitation standards of the village 
Staff Attendees
David Balimunsi,Martin Kibuuka,Steven Kambale 
Government Attendees
LC1,VHT,Parish Councillor 
Notes
David ,Martine and Steven were in kiteigarwa village. Their intentions of going there was to discuss about the baseline survey. This village has got three Lc’s as follows Nakabale, kitumbizi and kiteigalwa central . However when they were in the village they were joined by the chairman of the village mr lduma Heliane and the mobilizer mr Wadela Laban to the different homes . The The group moved in about 27 homes because they wanted to asses the sanitation status of the village. They saw some new sanitation facilities which were presently improved upon and some signs which were put on some trees by the goal organization to show that they were currently working in the village. The Kibo staff were by the three village leaders from the three divisions which makes up the entire village that ,the goal organization started their program in the village on the 2/03/2019. They also continued and said that the goal organization was going to give the kiteigalwa community a borehole after when they get to finish the CLts process . The Kibo staff dismissed the village leader from the three zones by thanking them for their time they had spent walking along with them. David lastly encouraged the members to continue working together for the betterment of the kiteigalwa of tomorrow. 

Next Visit: 2019-10-28 - Purpose: Assessing the sanitation status

Report Photos

6902 The CLts sign post by the goal organization which indicates that they were present and active in the village