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A team of six from the Ministry of Water and Environment and UNICEF visited Zambia to learn more about self supply initiative and gain lessons for possible replication in Uganda.
While in Zambia, the team collected and analysed information on how the Government of the Republic of Zambia (GRZ) supports self-supply initiatives especially in areas of advocacy, communication, technical support to communities, technology in self supply, private sector promotion, demonstration and financing mechanisms. The team had a pre-field visit briefing and discussions with the Permanent Secretary and Director and staff of the Ministry of Local Government and Housing (MoLGH) – the ministry responsible for rural water supplies, the implementing partners – WaterAid and Development Aid from People to People (DAPP) and United Nations Childrens Education Fund (UNICEF) Lusaka. The team then visited Luapula Province where self-supply is being implemented. The team visited 4 project sites and had discussions with communities and water source owners. At the end of the visit, the team had a debriefing meeting with the MoLGH to provide feedback on the experiences of entire visit. The study report presents key findings and the recommendations for Uganda.
MWE (2010) Report on the Ministry of Water and Environment and UNICEF officials' study tour to Zambia, Self-Supply Initiatives. , UNICEF , Kampala, Uganda
Report on the Ministry of Water and Environment and UNICEF officials’ study tour to Zambia, Self-Supply Initiatives
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