THE DASF WATER, SANITATION AND HYGIENE PROJECT

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THE DASF WATER, SANITATION AND HYGIENE PROJECT The DASF Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Project is an innovative project that supports efforts to partner with other development partners to scale up access to improved water and sanitation infrastructures for the not-served and under served people in the rural areas  as well as promote the adoption of […]


WATER-SANITATION-HYGIENE AT DASF

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WATER-SANITATION-HYGIENE AT DASF In the Uganda people in the rural areas have limited access to clean water regardless of plentiful water bodies in the nation. DASF WASH projects have concentrated on utilizing imaginative techniques to improve the sanitation mainly in the rural areas and at schools that don’t have access to treated drinking water. Before […]


SUPPORT DASF AS WE WORK TO PROVIDE CLEAN WATER FOR THE LESS PRIVILEGED PEOPLE

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Clean water, sanitation and cleanliness training are fundamental necessities for a solid environment and a gainful life for the people in Uganda. At the point when people approach clean water and sanitation, waterborne diseases can be controlled instantly. SUPPORT DASF AS WE WORK TO PROVIDE CLEAN WATER FOR THE LESS PRIVILEGED PEOPLE WASH projects at […]


WATER & SANITATION TO GUARANTEE MATERNAL HEALTH FOR WOMAN IN RURAL AREAS OF UGANDA

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WATER & SANITATION TO GUARANTEE MATERNAL HEALTH FOR WOMAN IN RURAL AREAS OF UGANDA Women face various difficulties regarding access and utilization of water and sanitation during their health and day to day cycle, they face various difficulties and have explicit necessities to water and sanitation and cleanliness require more water to rehearse Menstrual Health […]


REACTING TO COVID-19 CRISIS WATER AND SANITATION DEMANDS IN UGANDA.

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We are maintaining our attention on sanitation and cleanliness for the urban and rural areas in Uganda, for those abandoned and least ready to react. REACTING TO COVID-19 CRISIS WATER AND SANITATION DEMANDS IN UGANDA. We keep on serving existing destinations while setting up extra water and sanitation administrations at under-resourced areas in Uganda. With […]


SHARING IS CARING AT OUR KINDERGARTEN

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ACTIVITIES AT OUR KINDERGARTEN We include all kind of creative activities at our Kindergarten. It’s actually quite rare in Uganda, even if these kids were sent to school to learn… We are proud to offer this kind of all-inclusive curriculum for free especially for the underprivileged children. At DASF we tend to share and help […]


PARTNER WITH DASF TO END WATER PROBLEMS IN RURAL AREAS OF UGANDA THROUGH OUR WASH PROJECT

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Safe water is a fundamental need that huge numbers of us underestimate. However billions of individuals need safe drinking water in rural and urban areas of Uganda. At Ddamulira and sons foundation, we exist to stop the water emergency problems and we are searching for partners worldwide to help us on this fight. We hold […]


A BIG THANKS TO THE HEALTH WORKS DURING THIS PANDEMIC PERIOD

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A BIG THANKS TO THE HEALTH WORKS DURING THIS PANDEMIC PERIOD Let’s take a moment and thank GOD for everything we have. Let’s take a moment to count our blessings, even though we will never be able to count them all. As COVID-19 spreads throughout the world, we should also remember to thank those on […]


INVEST IN THE FUTURE GENERATION THROUGH DDAMULIRA & SONS FOUNDATION CHILD SUPPORT AND SPONSORSHIP PROJECT

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Education is needed in the growth and development of a country. DASF has executed a project called Ddamulira & Sons Foundation child support and sponsorship project to offer quality education to the less privileged children in Uganda. INVEST IN THE FUTURE GENERATION THROUGH DDAMULIRA & SONS FOUNDATION CHILD SUPPORT AND SPONSORSHIP PROJECT We have Partnered […]


PARTNER WITH DASF ON WASH (Water, Sanitation & Hygiene) TO CONTROL COVID-19

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PARTNER WITH DASF ON WASH (Water, Sanitation & Hygiene) TO CONTROL COVID-19 As the coronavirus crisis spreads throughout the Uganda, it is increasingly clear that people with the least access to essential services like water will feel the most dramatic effects. Ddamulira and sons foundation advise washing hands more frequently for at least 20 seconds  […]