European Union-Mellinnium Development Goals – Initiative Project

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The Project ‘Support to the Water Supply and Sanitation Development in Small Towns and Rural Growth Centers’ under the European Union’s MDG Initiative will provide access to safe water supply and sanitation for approximately 350,000 people and a design population of 630.000.

The Project is implemented by the Government of Uganda with the Austrian Development Agency (ADA) assuming the monitoring and supporting roles as Delegatee of the EU.

It is designed to achieve a significant contribution to the achievement of MDG target 7.C – halving the proportion of the population without sustainable access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation – in Uganda.

Expected results

  • Access to safe piped water supply for at least 350,000 people (equivalent to a design population of 630,000, considering a 20 years population scenario) in line with national standards in terms of service quality, quantity and distance as well as water quality and source protection;
  • Adequate sanitation for the same target population, by achieving 100% latrine coverage (this being one of the community obligations), promoting the improvement of sanitation facilities through an incentive scheme, and improving the environmental health situation by constructing public toilets and sludge treatment facilities;
  • Sustainable and efficient functionality of the new water & sanitation infrastructure, to be ensured by appropriate arrangements for operation &maintenance and cost recovery.

Project Duration

The overall duration of the Project is 5.5 years, consisting of an implementation period of 4 years followed by a closure period of up to 18 month. The delegation Agreement EU-ADA and Bilateral Agreement ADA-GoU for the support through the Joint Partnership Fund signed in December 2012 indicating the start of the project. Read more

http://ec.europa.eu/europeaid/policies/european-development-policy/eu-millenium-development-goals_en

 

Project Summary

#Town/ProjectStatusFunding (UGX)StartFinish
1Abim TC
100%
1,986,386,812 13th December 2011 10th March 2014
2Kashenyi-nyanamo
40%
3Muhanga
100%
2,349,970,413 2013/14
4Bukedea Town Council
100%
1,978,320,300 1st October 2012 18th April 2014
5Karenga RGC
100%
1,449,407,221 31st October 2013 22nd January 2014
6Kapchorwa
100%
1,080,165,735 1st December 2012 30th November 2013
7Ochero/Kaaga
100%
1,797,628,294 17th February 2014 16th February 2015
8Kachumbala Town Board
100%
1,403,803,386 26th February 2014 25th February 2015
9Namalu RGC
80%
689,299,600 23rd October 2012 31st July 2014
10Katakwi Town Council
100%
2,006,692,142 1st December 2012 10th March 2014
11Mbulamuti RGC
100%
1,753,358,530 19th March 2014 18th March 2015
12Buwuni Town Board
100%
1,964,405,517 15th May 2014 14th May 2015
13Namutumba Town Council/Kamod Town Board
100%
1,979,650,281 12th June 2014 11th June 2015
14Irundu RGC
100%
1,726,133,873 4th July 2014 3rd July 2015
15Suam-Town-Board
100%
1,997,063,090 27th May 2014 26th May 2015
16Moroto
60%
17Kotido
60%
18Bugadde
60%
19Nakiperimoru
60%
20Kacheri-Lokona
60%
21Buyende
80%
22Kagoma
100%
23Iziru
80%
24Namagera
80%
25Bulopa
60%
26Bwondha
60%
27Bukwo
100%
28Namwiwa
60%
29Bulegeni
80%
30Lumino
60%
31Kibale
60%
32Idudi
60%
33Acowa
60%
34Tubur
60%
35Kidetok
60%
36Amudat
20%
37Kaliro
100%
38Namungalwe
60%
39Ikumbya
60%
40Bugobi
60%
41Namayingo
20%
42Mutufu
100%
43Binyiny
60%
44Bulambuli
60%
45Buyaga
60%
46Busiu
100%
47Matany
100%
48Ocapa
80%
49Luuka
100%
50Kyere
80%
51Nakapiripirit
80%
52Kapelabyong
80%
53Busede-Bugobya
80%
54Rushere RGC
100%
461,060,905 2014/15
55Gasiiza
100%
2,245,112,815 2015/16
56Bugongi
100%
1,172,943,428 2015/16
57Nyarubungo
100%
2,698,641,182 2015/16
58Nsiika
80%
1,603,175,340 2016/17
59Kibugu
40%
60Rwenkobwa
100%
1,822,083,182 2014/15
61Lwamaggwa
20%
62Butogota
40%
63Rwashamaire - Nyamunuka
60%
64Kajaho
40%
4,434,103,821
65Bethelehem
20%
3,639,422,000
66Bitooma
20%
67Igorora
40%
68Rukunyu Ext
100%
69Kinyamaseke
20%
70Ruggaga Iron Removal Plant
100%
328,630,984 2013/14
71Butunduzi/Katooke/Kyenjojo
60%
72Kiruhura
100%
738,564,825 2012/13
73Kyabi
40%
74Lwemiyaga
60%
2,679,857,796
75Kibaale
20%
3,115,264,740
76Rubirizi
20%
77Kibingo
20%
78Kisinga/Kagando/Kiburara
20%
79Nyakashaka
20%
5,000,000,000
80Kambuga
80%
2,398,192,016 2016/17
81Kanara/Kibbuku
20%
82Kabuyanda TC
40%
83Rushango RGC
20%
84Kashaka-Bubare
80%
2,468,552,828
85Kiko
80%
1,609,121,951 2016/17
86Kijura
20%
2016/17
87Karago
60%
88Mijwara (Nambirizi)
20%
2,658,609,583
89Kihiihi
60%
3,879,928,348
90Sanga
100%
2,815,911,171 2015/16
91Kasagama
100%
2,333,556,194 2016/17
92Kinuuka
100%
1,959,586,067 2016/17
93Buyamba
80%
2,396,357,492 2016/17
94Lwebitakuli
40%
3,196,360,332
95Kainja
80%
1,551,271,773 2016/17
96Nyahuka TC
100%
6,245,423,423 2016/17
97Butare-Mashonga
60%
98Kaliiro
100%
1,977,631,420 2016/17
99Kyegegwa-Mpara
60%
100Kakyanga
100%
572,460,000
101Kazo TC
100%
899,378,394 2013/14
102Lyantonde I
100%
1,500,000,000 2013/14
103Kyempene
100%
1,582,646,835 2013/14
104Kakuuto
100%
950,237,116 2013/14
105Kikagate
100%
1,985,760,780 2013/14
106Kahunge
100%
1,103,513,005 2013/14
107Kabuga
100%
1,374,486,194 2013/14
108Rutokye
100%
1,824,666,905 2013/14
109Matete
100%
1,871,261,124 2014/15
110Kinoni-Mbarara
100%
111Kasensero
100%
1,906,754,168 2014/15
112Ntuusi
100%
1,965,714,633 2014/15
113Lyantonde II
100%
1,926,187,631 2014/15
114Kinoni (Kiruhura)
100%
1,880,682,055 2014/15
115Nyeihanga
100%
2,351,479,124 2015/16