Phase 2 seeks to provide 75 deep boreholes to 75 villages in Apac District, Northern Uganda, that will also serve community health clinics and the inhabitants of the communities around them.

  • Impact Assessment (M&E) Phase Project completed on 31 Dec, 2014 Implementation Phase
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    Rajesh Shah ( Peer Water Exchange ) 10 Months after start 23 Dec, 2014

    Team meet to demo Palissa and discuss structure

    Status: Pending

    Operating Status:

    ILF, BPN, and ReachScale (yet to join PWX) will meet on Skype to discuss
    the structure of the collaboration and how to track meetings, progress, and other data.

    AGENDA:
    0. Raw data for Palissa import
    1. Demo Palissa projects: main, drills, dry, field notes
    2. Show funder maps
    3. Missing data: trainings, follow-ups, sanitation, hygiene
    4. Metrics
    5. Verification: Andrew's training on qa.peerwater.org and visits
    6. Thoughts, suggestions, and finalization of structure

    7. Discuss H2O+
    8. Partners and roles (of individuals in orgs)
    9. When do AA and UND come in?
    10. Structuring based on Palissa discussion
    11. Metrics
    12. Next steps, Jan 8th?

  • Implementation Phase Project started on 1 Mar, 2014 Preparation Phase
    Scott Patterson ( International Lifeline Fund ) 2 Months before start 19 Dec, 2013

    CHC Start

    Status: Pending

    Operating Status:

    The CHC Project started today. Victor from AA, myself and Patrick from ILF met with Apac District health and water office today initiating the project. Justin, from AA, mobilized the DHO setting up this initial meeting. They were very enthusiastic for the project and said that it was one of the few sanitation / hygiene projects that is not government funded in Apac in the past few years.

    We provided an overview of the project, summarizing CHC, and discussed roles and responsibilities. They asked several questions about this approach and how to incorporate with existing structures, which we assured them we are flexible partners that will cooperate with their staff and existing structures.

    We are planning to finalize the list of villages and begin community mobilization the week of Jan 6.

    Scott

Phase 2 seeks to provide 75 deep boreholes to 75 villages in Apac District, Northern Uganda, that will also serve community health clinics and the inhabitants of the communities around them.

Impact

Implementer: International Lifeline Fund

Funding

Funded:
$3
Community:
$36,200
$1:
Conrad N. Hilton Foundation
$1:
Aqua for All
$1:
S L Gimbel Foundation

Plan/Proposal