About this project
Kabuyonjo is a sanitation project that will focus on availing self-sustaining solutions to underserved communities in Kasokoso slum in Uganda. This will be done by constructing a block of three pit latrines, 1 urinal and 1 bathroom to improve community hygiene, reduce open defecation and flying toilets (faeces deposited in polythene bags thrown anywhere). Community members (especially the youth and women) will be engaged in the entire process, right from construction of the facilities to running them as an income generating activity for sustainability. Our core activities include; community engagement, recycling, construction of the pit latrines and clean, hygienic sustainability of the pit latrines.
Goals and Objectives
Goal - Improved access to suitable and sustainable water and sanitation facilities and appropriate hygiene behaviours and practices in Uganda and To ensure a WASH awareness campaign And Training of the community
Specific objectives – a) To build sufficient, accessible, private, secure, safe, clean (and generally inclusive – for all community people) pit latrines in Kasokoso slum within a period of 6months, And establish a Kasokoso community WASH committee to ensure that cleaning and maintenance of latrines is effective. B) Provide private, secure, hygienic and easy to clean, convenient hand-washing facilities that are inclusive for all community members. C) Educating people on the need and use of clean toilets.
Construction of block of three pit latrines, 1 urinal and 1 bathroom to improve community hygiene, reduce open defecation and flying toilets. This will benefit more than 300 community members directly and indirectly.
Creation of job for maintaining the sanitation facilities.
Sustainable Development Goals
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