Water Sanitation and Hygiene - Naibowa - Kamuli

Visit by Alex Walyomu on 2019-09-18

Report ID
6734
Created by
Alex Walyomu
Created date
2019-09-19 09:18:38 UTC
Modified by
Alex Walyomu
Modified date
2019-09-19 11:43:06 UTC
Trip Time
10:35-18:30 (7 h 55 m)
Village Time
13:25-16:20 (2 h 55 m)
Travel Time
5 h 0 m

Large group meetings

Men in Attendance
14 
Women in Attendance
19 
Staff Attendees
Steven Kambale,Walyomu Alex 
Government Attendees
LC1,LC2,LC3,Health Assistant,VHT,Parish Chief,Parish Councillor 
Vistior Attendees
 
Total Attendance
33 
Program
Water Sanitation and Hygiene 
Lesson Taught
construction,standards 
Notes
50 iron sheets were given out to people that contributed for them. The government leaders that were present were very happy to Kibo group for the support rendered to Naibowa village towards building sustainable pit latrines. Kibo group partnered with the village contributing 70% and 30% from each village member to buy one iron sheet for every household. Some people were hesitant to contribute because of fear in some people that their money would be stolen and could not believe that these iron sheets would be bought by Kibo group. This fear comes as a result that some unscrupulous people and fake organizations have coned off people their money. Those that had not contributed to get an iron sheet came to Kibo staff to beg if there could be another chance because they were initially doubting. Every one was happy receiving his sheet and together moved to see the new hand washing stand that is being demonstrated in Naibowa village. The government officials were excited to see this new kind of hand washing stand from Kibo group as another option besides the old tippy taps. This village was taught about tippy taps construction and usage but this method has struggled in this village because very few people have them now and others complain of termites eating up their tippy tap poles plus stealing the Jerrycans by the plastic dealers. This kind of design has been highly welcomed by the village people and many have shown interest to construct them in their homes. Some people brought in money to the sanitation committee members at the spot to buy some cement to built their hand washing stands and improve on their bathroom strength. WASH will go back to follow up on pit latrine roofing by all those that received the iron sheets. 

Next Visit: 2019-09-25 - Purpose: Follow up on sanitation and hygiene facility standards and pit latrine roofing

Report Photos

8783 Alex addressing some of the community members that turned up to receive the iron sheets
8786 Happy lady who received an iron sheet to roof her pit latrine
8789 People folding up their iron sheets to take home and roof their pit latrines
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8801 Namukasa Joyce, a very active community member that has embraced the sanitation program so much in Naibowa. The new hand washing stand was built in her home
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8807 Lubaale, one of the village leader and at the same time a church of Christ leader also received an iron sheet
8810 Alex demonstrates to the government officials and the community members how a hand washing stand is used. This is a demo stand in Naibowa village tested out by kibo group
8813 Miriam with an iron sheet