Over the last 30 years, we’ve delivered projects all across Uganda. Our impact stretches through the central, eastern, northern, and western regions in Uganda. We have partnered with the central, local governments, and other local structures to fulfill our vision of delivering clean water and safe toilets to some of the poorest and most marginalised communities in Uganda.
Our region-wide approach employs our previous experience in implementing district-level pilots to inform how we work with authorities and other stakeholders at district, town, city, and regional levels to implement programmes.
The Government of Uganda
Through the Ministry of Water and Environment, we work together with the Government of Uganda to provide universal access to sustainable and safely managed WASH services for every Ugandan by 2030 and institutionalise the enabling environment required to support the effective and sustainable management of Uganda's WASH services.
Civil society and the media
To deliver projects and sensitise and empower citizens, we work with civil society organisations and the media. With their help, we can provide different WASH services and hold the government accountable to its commitments, and, most importantly, increased budgetary attribution to the WASH sector.
Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA), through its Weyonje programme encourages citizens around the capital city to follow good sanitation practices. It provides the infrastructure to the citizens to use, among other things.
The private sector
We are now working with the private sector, partnering with them to improve financing mechanisms for WASH and encouraging water stewardship using their expertise for innovations and technologies.