Provision of clean drinking water for Kiboga, Mukono & Wakiso districts for poor communities in rural countryside , homesteads, schools, orphanages, people living with hiv/aids and elderly poorest population

Narrative

The project is pioneering MWATF Rainwater Harvest Ferro-Cement Tank Technology in Mukono community beginning with school for children with special care and neighbouring slum community, the LARGER PROJECT FOR 3 DISTRICTS of WAKISO, MUKONO and KIBOGA central Uganda was submitted detailed COSTING OF US$ 797257 for the entire Region including Administrative Costs, it is MWATFs expectations that this be considered in integrating the Funding MIX.

  • Impact Assessment (M&E) Phase Project completed on 5 Feb, 2010 Implementation Phase
  • Implementation Phase Project started on 5 Feb, 2009 Preparation Phase

Provision of clean drinking water for Kiboga, Mukono & Wakiso districts for poor communities in rural countryside , homesteads, schools, orphanages, people living with hiv/aids and elderly poorest population

Narrative

The project is pioneering MWATF Rainwater Harvest Ferro-Cement Tank Technology in Mukono community beginning with school for children with special care and neighbouring slum community, the LARGER PROJECT FOR 3 DISTRICTS of WAKISO, MUKONO and KIBOGA central Uganda was submitted detailed COSTING OF US$ 797257 for the entire Region including Administrative Costs, it is MWATFs expectations that this be considered in integrating the Funding MIX.

Sustainability

Creating and measuring long-term impact

User Collection of Fees as expressed in the project document.

Other Issues

Unusual and unexpected issues faced during project execution

The project is pioneering MWATF Rainwater Harvest Ferro-Cement Tank Technology in Mukono community beginning with school for children with special care and neighbouring slum community, the LARGER PROJECT FOR 3 DISTRICTS of WAKISO, MUKONO and KIBOGA central Uganda was submitted detailed COSTING OF US$ 797257 for the entire Region including Administrative Costs, it is MWATFs expectations that this be considered in integrating the Funding MIX.

Learnings

Knowledge of project and process for sharing

Being a pioneer project the spillovers shall impact the communities in areas involved and beyond, MWATF shall share successes and challenges in information and Communication and Fields at Events, Trainings, Meetings, Conferences, Workshops, Monitoring and Evaluations, Printing and Internet/Media.

Impact

People Getting Safe Drinking Water: 120

50

School Children Getting Water: 1

350

People Getting Sanitation: 80

20

People Getting Other Benefits: 15

30

Maintenance/Operating Costs Annual, in US$: $3000

Creating and measuring long-term impact

User Collection of Fees as expressed in the project document.

Funding

Funded:
$1,000
Final Cost:
$1,000

Plan/Proposal