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Average water used per capita is only half of the recommended amount (AWEC proposal 2015)

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Of the constructed water facilities are not functioning properly

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Of school going girls reported staying away from school during menstruation due to inadequate water facilities and poor sanitation facilities

Our Mission

To promote water and environment conservation, capacity building, economic empowerment and infrastructure development through participatory approaches for the wellbeing of women, men, youth around Conservation Areas of Uganda

What we do

We work in Kanungu district in South Western Uganda, with schools to educate and sensitize children about the value of water and proper sanitation and hygiene practices. In the community we establish model homes and WASH champions who promote sustainable water use, good sanitation, hygiene, and conservation of the environment through active community participation in water-related projects.

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WHY WATER MATTERS TO US

Water of adequate quantity and quality is essential to sustain human life and meet the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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WHERE WE START

We focus on using water only where and when it is necessary, reducing water use wherever possible, reusing water more than once, and treating waste water so it can be recycled.

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ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION

Ecosystems like forests and wetlands perform important functions in the water cycle such as filtering and storing water.

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