Clean Water to Bukulabone Moja Village

Clean water for the whole family!

Clean Water for Bukulabone Moja Village

Uganda, Africa

Population: 191 people (35 families)

Completed on November 16, 2017

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Clean water for the whole family!

“If there had been access to safe water, we would have been healthier and happier.”

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March 21, 2019: Construction complete

The new safe water source is now complete in Bukulabone Moja!

Clean, safe water transforms a village. Everyone gathers to celebrate, thanking God for the miracle in their community.

March 21, 2019: Construction started

Work is officially underway to build a safe water source for Bukulabone Moja. Our local teams are using technology appropriate to the region and geography to ensure the new water source is sustainable.

March 21, 2019: Community Prerequisites met

Bukulabone Moja has completed all of the prerequisites for building a safe water source: There are already a number of Healthy Homes and an active water committee, plus the 15% community contribution is in place.

The next step is to build a safe water source. As soon as weather and scheduling allows, construction will begin on a new water source for the community.

March 21, 2019: Water Committee formed

Good news! Bukulabone Moja has selected water committee members to manage the new village water source.

Forming a water committee is a key step toward establishing a safe water source in a village. Committees are made up of local men and women who manage the well and collect fees, ensuring the community’s investment lasts for generations to come.

February 11, 2019: Construction complete

The new safe water source is now complete in Bukulabone Moja!

Clean, safe water transforms a village. Everyone gathers to celebrate, thanking God for the miracle in their community.

February 11, 2019: Construction started

Work is officially underway to build a safe water source for Bukulabone Moja. Our local teams are using technology appropriate to the region and geography to ensure the new water source is sustainable.

February 11, 2019: Community Prerequisites met

Bukulabone Moja has completed all of the prerequisites for building a safe water source: There are already a number of Healthy Homes and an active water committee, plus the 15% community contribution is in place.

The next step is to build a safe water source. As soon as weather and scheduling allows, construction will begin on a new water source for the community.

February 11, 2019: Water Committee formed

Good news! Bukulabone Moja has selected water committee members to manage the new village water source.

Forming a water committee is a key step toward establishing a safe water source in a village. Committees are made up of local men and women who manage the well and collect fees, ensuring the community’s investment lasts for generations to come.

February 11, 2019: Certified Healthy Village

Great news! Bukulabone Moja is now a certified Healthy Village. That means the safe water source is complete and more than 90% of the community’s homes are healthy.

February 11, 2019: Village Certified ODF

When each household builds and uses their own functioning restroom, a community earns an “Open Defecation Free” (ODF) certification. Each country has their own processes and celebration for ODF villages, and it’s a huge accomplishment towards improved health for everyone.

February 11, 2019: CLTS Complete

In Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS), each village goes through exercises that reveal how their current practices are making them sick, such as identifying all the places where feces are contaminating their environment. This important step equips communities to be knowledgeable about their health and willing to make changes.

May 1, 2017: Certified Healthy Village

Great news! Bukulabone Moja is now a certified Healthy Village. That means the safe water source is complete and more than 90% of the community’s homes are healthy.

November 16, 2017: Construction complete

The new safe water source is now complete in Bukulabone Moja!

Clean, safe water transforms a village. Everyone gathers to celebrate, thanking God for the miracle in their community.

October 5, 2017: Construction started

Work is officially underway to build a safe water source for Bukulabone Moja. Our local teams are using technology appropriate to the region and geography to ensure the new water source is sustainable.

June 2017: Community Prerequisites met

Bukulabone Moja has completed all of the prerequisites for building a safe water source: There are already a number of Healthy Homes and an active water committee, plus the 15% community contribution is in place.

The next step is to build a safe water source. As soon as weather and scheduling allows, construction will begin on a new water source for the community.

March 8, 2017: Water Committee formed

Good news! Bukulabone Moja has selected water committee members to manage the new village water source.

Forming a water committee is a key step toward establishing a safe water source in a village. Committees are made up of local men and women who manage the well and collect fees, ensuring the community’s investment lasts for generations to come.

March 2017: Village Certified ODF

When each household builds and uses their own functioning restroom, a community earns an “Open Defecation Free” (ODF) certification. Each country has their own processes and celebration for ODF villages, and it’s a huge accomplishment towards improved health for everyone.

February 2017: CLTS Complete

In Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS), each village goes through exercises that reveal how their current practices are making them sick, such as identifying all the places where feces are contaminating their environment. This important step equips communities to be knowledgeable about their health and willing to make changes.

September 2016: Project Ready
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March 21, 2019: Construction complete

The new safe water source is now complete in Bukulabone Moja!

Clean, safe water transforms a village. Everyone gathers to celebrate, thanking God for the miracle in their community.

March 21, 2019: Construction started

Work is officially underway to build a safe water source for Bukulabone Moja. Our local teams are using technology appropriate to the region and geography to ensure the new water source is sustainable.

March 21, 2019: Community Prerequisites met

Bukulabone Moja has completed all of the prerequisites for building a safe water source: There are already a number of Healthy Homes and an active water committee, plus the 15% community contribution is in place.

The next step is to build a safe water source. As soon as weather and scheduling allows, construction will begin on a new water source for the community.

March 21, 2019: Water Committee formed

Good news! Bukulabone Moja has selected water committee members to manage the new village water source.

Forming a water committee is a key step toward establishing a safe water source in a village. Committees are made up of local men and women who manage the well and collect fees, ensuring the community’s investment lasts for generations to come.

February 11, 2019: Construction complete

The new safe water source is now complete in Bukulabone Moja!

Clean, safe water transforms a village. Everyone gathers to celebrate, thanking God for the miracle in their community.

February 11, 2019: Construction started

Work is officially underway to build a safe water source for Bukulabone Moja. Our local teams are using technology appropriate to the region and geography to ensure the new water source is sustainable.

February 11, 2019: Community Prerequisites met

Bukulabone Moja has completed all of the prerequisites for building a safe water source: There are already a number of Healthy Homes and an active water committee, plus the 15% community contribution is in place.

The next step is to build a safe water source. As soon as weather and scheduling allows, construction will begin on a new water source for the community.

February 11, 2019: Water Committee formed

Good news! Bukulabone Moja has selected water committee members to manage the new village water source.

Forming a water committee is a key step toward establishing a safe water source in a village. Committees are made up of local men and women who manage the well and collect fees, ensuring the community’s investment lasts for generations to come.

February 11, 2019: Certified Healthy Village

Great news! Bukulabone Moja is now a certified Healthy Village. That means the safe water source is complete and more than 90% of the community’s homes are healthy.

February 11, 2019: Village Certified ODF

When each household builds and uses their own functioning restroom, a community earns an “Open Defecation Free” (ODF) certification. Each country has their own processes and celebration for ODF villages, and it’s a huge accomplishment towards improved health for everyone.

February 11, 2019: CLTS Complete

In Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS), each village goes through exercises that reveal how their current practices are making them sick, such as identifying all the places where feces are contaminating their environment. This important step equips communities to be knowledgeable about their health and willing to make changes.

May 1, 2017: Certified Healthy Village

Great news! Bukulabone Moja is now a certified Healthy Village. That means the safe water source is complete and more than 90% of the community’s homes are healthy.

November 16, 2017: Construction complete

The new safe water source is now complete in Bukulabone Moja!

Clean, safe water transforms a village. Everyone gathers to celebrate, thanking God for the miracle in their community.

October 5, 2017: Construction started

Work is officially underway to build a safe water source for Bukulabone Moja. Our local teams are using technology appropriate to the region and geography to ensure the new water source is sustainable.

June 2017: Community Prerequisites met

Bukulabone Moja has completed all of the prerequisites for building a safe water source: There are already a number of Healthy Homes and an active water committee, plus the 15% community contribution is in place.

The next step is to build a safe water source. As soon as weather and scheduling allows, construction will begin on a new water source for the community.

March 8, 2017: Water Committee formed

Good news! Bukulabone Moja has selected water committee members to manage the new village water source.

Forming a water committee is a key step toward establishing a safe water source in a village. Committees are made up of local men and women who manage the well and collect fees, ensuring the community’s investment lasts for generations to come.

March 2017: Village Certified ODF

When each household builds and uses their own functioning restroom, a community earns an “Open Defecation Free” (ODF) certification. Each country has their own processes and celebration for ODF villages, and it’s a huge accomplishment towards improved health for everyone.

February 2017: CLTS Complete

In Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS), each village goes through exercises that reveal how their current practices are making them sick, such as identifying all the places where feces are contaminating their environment. This important step equips communities to be knowledgeable about their health and willing to make changes.

September 2016: Project Ready
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