Author
Nabunnya, J., L. Mirembe, P. Magara, M. Watsisi and R. Otim

Year of Publishing
2012

Publisher
Sustainable Services at Scale (Triple-S Uganda)

Institution
IRC

Community Management of Water Services Approaches, Innovations from Lango & Rwenzori regions, Uganda

Description:

One of the key challenges contributing to non-functionality of rural water sources is the time lag between the identification of faults and the rehabilitation. This lag, in WASH parlance, is called service downtime, mainly caused by drawbacks in information flow. Information from Water User Committees (WUCs) is hardly received and not well documented; information received from Community Development Officers and Health Assistants is often inaccurate and hard to verify compromising the effectiveness of their monitoring programmes; a lot of information collected by different stakeholders is not shared and is often outdated.


Bibliographical Information:

Nabunnya, J., L. Mirembe, P. Magara, M. Watsisi and R. Otim (2012) Community Management of Water Services. Approaches, Innovations from Lango & Rwenzori regions, Uganda , IRC , Sustainable Services at Scale (Triple-S Uganda) , Kampala, Uganda


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