Water Sanitation and Hygiene - Ibaako

Visit by Martin Kibuuka on 2020-03-16

Report ID
8861
Created by
Martin Kibuuka
Created date
2020-03-17 09:56:48 UTC
Modified by
Martin Kibuuka
Modified date
2020-03-17 13:34:40 UTC
Trip Time
10:00-06:15 (-4 h 15 m)
Village Time
12:06-15:10 (3 h 4 m)
Travel Time
-7 h 11 m

Household visits

Which Survey
none 
Number Of Households
40 
Visits Purpose
Follow up on sanitation and hygiene improvement. 
Staff Attendees
Martin Kibuuka 
Government Attendees
LC1,VHT 
Notes
Martin went to Ibaako, he walked around with the Chairman LC1 and the sanitation committee members. Their intention was to check on the sanitation and hygiene improvement in that village. The big number of homes are busy working on their sanitation facilities like digging their new pit latrines, constructing them, others who have constructed them, they have started plastering them. And others have worked on other facilities like rubbish pits, kitchens, shower areas and dish racks. For example Mugoya Alajabu, dug his new latrine 30ft deeper, he constructed it, he is plastering it, Kagoya Siida constructed a new dish rack, and it’s working, Nabirye Zabiya’s new latrine 25ft deep, it’s under construction and she started with a slab, Sitefano Paul, he was not easy to work on their sanitation facilities since kibo started working in that village. But the group was so encouraged to that he started digging the new pit latrine, it’s now 10ft deep, and he is continuing to make it 30ft deeper, which is so good and Alisi Nakisige, she is a widow, she is old, but good enough she constructed a new dish rack, and it’s working. So they was putting much emphasis on those who constructing their new latrines and encouraging them about the standards, maintenance and the use of ash to eliminate flies and smell in their latrines as well as their homes. Generally the community members in that village are willing to work with kibo, to work on their sanitation facilities. And for those who have worked hard on the facilities, they have seen the value of them, so the group was telling the residents to encourage each other about their sanitation facilities. And they was telling them that if you have a latrine, and your neighbors is not having it, your also in danger. Because flies can transfer the diseases from their up-to your home. As kibo is still working in that village, the group walked in 40homes. 
Next Visit
2020-03-20 - Purpose: Follow up on sanitation and hygiene improvement.
Program Success
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Program Ownership
Other Program Observations
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Report Photos

11228 This is how Mugoya Alajabu plastering his new latrine.
11237 This is Nabirye Zabiya’s new pit latrine with a slab on it, and she is a widow.