Our initiative aims to improve access to sanitation for the poorest populations of Uganda and increase the treatment of water discharged into local lakes.
Today, the rate of access to clean water and sanitation in the Ugandan capital stands at no more than 6%, which leads to more than 1.8 million deaths every year caused by diseases associated with inadequate sanitation and hygiene. We are raising funds to help improve the network quality in Kampala households and schools. The raised money will go towards enabling access to water purification technologies at households as well as public institutions, including solar and electric ultraviolet purification units, ceramic filters and ultrafiltration systems. Our initiative will enable over 20 000 people to benefit from daily access to safe and clean water.