Meet some local government champions in Uganda who are critical to the GSF-supported programme’s success
Global Sanitation Fund programmes are designed to incorporate gender considerations and equity dimensions.
Lessons from the GSF-supported Uganda programme for implementing CLTS at scale through a decentralized government system.
In Agelilyec, community members are supporting disadvantaged groups as part of a larger effort to keep their village open defecation free.
In the second of a seven-part series for WASH practitioners, we explore the nuances of slippage and its impact on communities.
Find out what steps some of our members recently took to inspire change in their communities.
Sessions addressed key issues and provided recommendations for action required to achieve universal and equitable access to WASH.
Maria Mutagamba, Retired Honorable Minister of Water & Environment, is referred to as “Mama WASH Africa” due to her passion for WASH work in Africa.
Staff members from the GSF Nigeria programme describe how learning from colleagues in Uganda has boosted their work.
The Water Supply & Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) recently hosted two Advocacy, Communications and Learning workshops in Togo and Uganda, respectively, which convened the Council’s partners from eleven countries in Africa. The two workshops were designed to build capacity and facilitate learning between country teams and with WSSCC’s Geneva-based Secretariat, in order for all country […]
Cliquez ici pour lire la version française Patrick England, who recently joined the Global Sanitation Fund secretariat, travelled to Uganda to participate in a learning exchange mission. The mission turned out to be a unique opportunity to experience the true spirit of community-led total sanitation (CLTS). Read about his experiences below. When I first entered […]
Covering 30 districts, the ‘Uganda Sanitation Fund’ (USF) enables communities to gain access to basic sanitation and adopt good hygiene practices.