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;

  1. Reduced stance ratio from 118:1 to 58:1.
  2. 5 Bio toilets built in 5 schools.
  3. Emptying in the informal settlements has increased from 16% to 31%.
  4. An ICT based system for service monitoring.
  5. A Kampala Sewerage and Faecal Sludge Ordinance in place. Gender Analysis and Integration Plan
  6. Minimum Standards for On Site Sanitation.
  7. Mayors’ Alliance for Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH) and Environment was formed to priorities WASH in their different municipalities
  8. Increase in formalization and licensing of private emptiers.
  9. Subsidized construction of facilities by Partners

Development partners