Match Fund 4 Project (MF 4)
Improved Access to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) for Disadvantaged Communities in Uganda is a three year (July 2016 – June 2019) project funded by UK Aid through Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD) Horn and East Africa Office in Nairobi and being implemented by CARITAS offices in Gulu Archdiocese, Kotido Diocese and Diocese of Moroto. The project aims at increasing sustainable access to WASH facilities for 79,400 (42,007 Female, 37,393 Male) beneficiaries in the rural disadvantaged communities of Orom sub-county (Lolwa, Lolia and Akurumor Parishes) in Kitgum district; Rengen and Panyangara sub-counties in Kotido district; and Nadunget sub-county in Moroto district.
Reduce poverty and vulnerability of the most disadvantaged communities through improved WASH services in disadvantaged rural communities in the DRC, Uganda and Zimbabwe
Communities, civil society organisations and local authorities have improved capacity to identify, plan, engage with, deliver and adopt sustainable WASH services in DRC, Uganda and Zimbabwe
Women and men have improved, equitable and sustainable access to safe water and sanitation
Women and men are reached with better information on good sanitation and hygiene practices
Communities, local authorities and leaders have better knowledge, skills and relationships to engage in participatory planning, management and delivery of WASH services
Communities and relevant stakeholders have better knowledge and skills for management of water resources and catchment areas