Key Results to date
Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) has implemented an innovative approach to market Feacal Sludge Management (FSM) at a citywide level to not only demonstrate how FSM can be an effective approach to deal with non-sewered sections of the city but to also ensure that it is prioritized from the community up to the city authorities.
To date various achievements have been realized including;
- Reduced stance ratio from 118:1 to 58:1.
- 5 Bio toilets built in 5 schools.
- Emptying in the informal settlements has increased from 16% to 31%.
- An ICT based system for service monitoring.
- A Kampala Sewerage and Faecal Sludge Ordinance in place. Gender Analysis and Integration Plan
- Minimum Standards for On Site Sanitation.
- Mayors’ Alliance for Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH) and Environment was formed to priorities WASH in their different municipalities
- Increase in formalization and licensing of private emptiers.
- Subsidized construction of facilities by Partners