Water Sanitation and Hygiene - Kigalama - Namutumba

Visit by David Balimunsi on 2018-01-31

Report ID
712
Created by
David Balimunsi
Created date
2018-01-31 04:48:20 UTC
Modified by
Ben West
Modified date
2018-02-09 15:41:45 UTC
Trip Time
03:12-17:32 (14 h 20 m)
Village Time
12:26-15:43 (3 h 17 m)
Travel Time
11 h 3 m

Current State

Participation Rating
Success
Kibo staff were able to see new latrine pits and all jerrycans found at the borehole were clean and even in different people’s homes. 
Village Critical Needs
Fire saving stoves 
Village Action Steps
To plan on having a village general meeting aimed at encouraging the community to take full ownership of their borehole as well as continuing to contribute money towards their borehole account. 
Staff Action Steps
To keep encouraging the committee members on doubling their efforts towards encouraging the other residents to know their roles and responsibilities as far as their borehole account and sanitation are concerned. 
CLTS Progress
 
Sanitation Hygiene Committee
no 
Water Users Committee
yes 
Other Class Notes
 
Community Ownership
yes 
Ownership Story
The community managed to construct a strong and good fence and all the jerrycans at the borehole were too clean. 
Three Stone Fires
yes 
Access to Clean Water
yes 
Open Defecation
no 
Water Access Explain
 
Prevent Ownership
None 
Allow Ownership
The chairman of the borehole is active and and loves encouraging his fellow community members 
Village Notes
There is no open defecation 

Water Community Meeting

Meeting Topic
ownership and sustainability 
How Many Men Attended
How Many Women Attended
Staff Attendees
David Balimunsi,Steven Kambale 
Government Attendess
None 
Visitor Attendees
None 
Total Attendance
10 
Look Up
Kigalama - kigalama kibo 
Notes
David and Steven went to kigalama village to follow on the borehole status ,account,as well as assessing the hygiene standard of some homes next to the borehole. They went first to the borehole before having a committee meeting.In the meeting kibo,s emphasis was to stress much more about full borehole ownership and good care of their borehole. The committee members were asked by Kibo staff what were the problems they were facing as borehole and sanitation committee members. One of the members mr batusa mohamed the chairman of the borehole said all the boreholes were down except the one for Kibo which was serving about one thousand people because the rest were down not working. The second member by names of miss nakisita Mariam the caretaker of the borehole said fellow ladies who were new entrants who cross boarders from their village to their borehole who were not there by the time Kibo staff enacted borehole bye laws. The third member mr naminya mawazi the assistant caretaker said that the challenge he was facing and realising was the great number of youth who hung out with peoples young daughters at the borehole. The last member mr mwanje the village chairman said new neighbours who were getting the water from their borehole when they had not paid their contributions towards their borehole account. They reacted on the above mentioned problems by proposing a community general meeting in order to eradicate the bad use of their borehole. kibo staff during the course of the meeting talked so much about every one taking part in the full ownership of the borehole and also continuing to encourage everyone to take a lead in the community borehole contributions as well as improving on their hygiene standards.David asked them how much they have on their account and they said 150000 shillings they were advised to be knowing what they would be doing to those who were using their borehole without paying their contributions. They moved together with the committee members in about twenty homes assessing the sanitation status the challenge noted was that some dish racks were old and in some homes there was need for them to build new ones. Kibo staff thanked the committee for the maintenance of their borehole fence and the cleanliness of the people’s jerrycans at the borehole and in different community members homes. Kibo staff also thanked water missions for the training of v.h.t,s of kigalama about borehole full ownership. Water Missions is anon governmental organisation partnering with the namutumba district, to encourage different communities to construct strong and good borehole fences .Generally the hygiene and sanitation percentage of the different homes in kigalama village is at eighty and above, the dish racks being the greatest challenge because most of them were old and not well maintained. 

Report Photos

1160 This is the kigalama borehole
1163 This is the kigalama borehole
1164 The status of hygiene and sanitation of mr Batte chrisphers home the assistant care taker of the kigalama borehole.
1167 Kigalame members of the water user committee during the meeting.
1168 No dish in mr hawali muwanika without a dish rack that is why plates were just on the ground .
1171 Mr wabinze milton,s home
1173 There is progress of the new dug pit to replace the old one which has got a lot of cracks in it
1174 No dish rack in mr patric maganda,s home the old lady has no dishrack she is staying with the grand daughter.
1177 Mr isabirye elieza,s fire saving stove she said she uses less firewood for cooking
1179 Mr isabirye Erieza,s home hygiene facilities