2015 – Sanitation and faecal sludge management knowledge, attitude and practice survey, Uganda

Sanitation is a critical and top concern to people and government of Uganda. Several efforts have been martialed to improve access and affordability by many poor urban households. Lake Victoria Water and Sanitation Programme Phase II in Uganda implemented by National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) and UN Habitat aims at improving access to basic sanitation and improved hygiene among households in Uganda. Participatory approach was used to map and access the levels of access to basic sanitation and improved hygiene, this involved mapping gaps where the programme could address. This survey covered households, schools and health centers. The results of the survey were presented to the stakeholders in the programme and support service delivery to urban poor households.
“Urban developments, gender, public service delivery”