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 the WASH Project was executed by DASF in rural areas of Uganda, few understood the importance of sanitation—latrines were not widely used and a significant portion of the community admitted to never washing their hands after using the latrines. Among those who did, only about half used soap and clean water.
With our WASH project, we have been able to also empower life skills, training and sanitation supplies. Community volunteers have trained in integrated water and sanitation activities through our various programs.
Communities impacted by the our WASH Projects have embraced the project’s goals and took their health into their own hands by establishing new goals to improve sanitation at their facilities.
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