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Welcome to UWASNET

UWASNET is the national coordinating organization for Civil Society Organizations including social enterprises, development programs, the private sector, and NGOs in the Water and Environment sector. We are crucial in helping the government realize its targets of alleviating poverty and achieving the Sustainable Development Goal 6 ‘Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all’.

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Our Mission

To strengthen coordination and collaboration of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), stakeholders and actors in the Water and Sanitation sub-sector of Uganda. CSOs include social enterprises, development programs, the private sector and NGOs in the sector”

@anjanikapoor @uwasnet @NgoWashZambia @Bubzibala @KpehTimothy6 Thank you for the invite 🙂Was great to hear the latest efforts to mobilise additional finance. Its time to move from tracking & influencing budgets to track & influence tariffs. They are the major source of funds to the sector & causing social and environmental inequalities.

As schools re-open in Uganda, let us all remember that improved WASH service delivery is critical to ensure that learners do not contract Covid-19.

Let us all follow up to ensure that educational institutions adhere to all Covid-19 related Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to ensure that there is adequate hand washing with soap to facilitate hand washing with soap by students, teaching and non-teaching, social distancing, wearing facemasks etc.

With support from WSSCC (now Sanitation & Hygiene Fund) and IRC Uganda, UWASNET developed this skit with Comedian Anne Kansiime to create awareness for improvement of WASH services at institutional level.

This is part of UWASNET's advocacy for improved WASH services by calling for the prioritisation of WASH in national budgets and plans.

Please share this skit in your professional and personal circles so that the message reaches the right people (everyone 🙂

It is critical that human health is protected from otherwise preventable WASH related illnesses.

Once again, thank you for your support

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This website was developed with support from Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH through the Civil Society in Uganda Support Programme (CUSP) and funded by