Stories and case studies

Improved water access, in 2019, 30 communities in Nwoya district enjoyed new water sources, this targeted communities who had no sources of water. (1)

Clean water

3000 people accessed clean water from 10 boreholes drilled by LTP in 10 villages, 2 sub counties in Nwoya District. Water quality tests were conducted in all water sources and confirmed to be of good quality for human consumption.

Water and sanitation committees were formed and trained at each water source with at least 3 out of 9 being women.

The committees are collecting money every month from each household for operation and maintenance of the source.

Hand washing and latrine use at house hold level

Sanitary facilities

In 2018, 70% of the households in target villages in Oyam District practiced hand washing and latrine use.  20 villages were sensitized to construct sanitary facilities like kitchen, latrines, and bathrooms, hand washing facilities, rubbish pits and drying racks. And 8 out of every 10 HH had latrines and hand washing facilities.

The project was able to reach 1,590 households. It’s estimated that, 80% 0f the households have constructed latrines and are using it while about 80% of the households are using hand washing facilities.

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Bridging the gap

Bridging the gap in water, sanitation and hygiene.

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Community empowerment

Community empowerment through Village Savings and Loans Association

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Gift of safe water

Community of Okoldyang Village, Aleka Sub County celebrates the gift of safe water.

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Water crisis

Water crisis has caused stomach ache and disorder.

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Scholarship project

My whole life has been a miracle and to this day, I attribute my success to…

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