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WHAT WE LOOK FORWARD TO IN 2019
Happy New Year every one, I pray that all your wishes be fulfilled.
From Tusaidiane, we are committed to better service delivery and strengthening of our partnerships.
Please find the attached 2018 Annual Report and 2019 strategy.
Sensitization and improvements in the use of safe drinking water
Tusaidiane Uganda (TUL) hosted the 3rd Clean and Safe Drinking Water Workshop on the 25th of January
2018 at St. Kizito Primary School, Kasanga.
The purpose of this workshop was to hold an interactive discussion with all the owners of the water purifiers
to discuss and assess the use of safe drinking water by community members. 51 people attended the workshop.
Participants were grouped into 5 groups where they discussed the challenges and experiences faced by the
different communities regarding safe drinking water on the basis of a number of questions, such as:
Is your Water Board mobilizing the community users?
Are your Community Leaders communicating the message about the benefits of safe drinking water
to the community members? And how are they doing that?
Are you aware about the performance of your community as communicated to you in the attachment
to the invitation letter? Did you discuss your performance with the community leaders? And with the
How much are your community members paying for a jerry-can of 5 litres safe drinking water? And
how much are pupils or students contributing?
Is the contribution sufficient for paying the service fee in full? If not, why not?
Why is my community only using less than 10.000 litres of safe drinking water whereas the rainwater
harvesting tanks installed have a capacity of 40.000 litres? What is your community doing with the
surplus in rainwater harvesting?
Why is my community using only little safe drinking water every 4 months, whereas we have access
to sufficient water for purification for everybody in the community?
Why are the communities of colleagues present in this meeting making better use of the safe
Attached is a detailed report about the workshop and Safe drinking water consumption per category of use
GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY FOR FRALIBI COMMUNITY
The FRALIBI community in Rakai District had the opportunity to get a training in how to make reusable pads using local materials.
The training went on for a week where 55 Students, 10 women from the women group and 10 teachers participated and all got certificates of participation.
They made a total of 204 pads which they shared amongst all the participants at the end.
The Secretary of Stiching Tusaidiane had a gift of 5 million for Mbirize primary school for the much needed girls latrine. But amazingly the parents had collected the money and built it themselfs. So the gift was given to the school for the boys latrine because they also needed the latrines. Stichting Tusaidiane is very proud to be able to help a community which is so actively working at their own progress.