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Kabale extra collecting jars
Follow-up 2013
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Name project
: Water collecting jars

Location: Kabale - Uganda

Project leadtime: October – December 30th 2013

Requestor: Tumwesigye Leonard on behalf of Children Rescue Voluntary Organisation

Description of the project:

The proposal is a water project. Water in life is an important necessity for meaningful and health of our children and their communities. Many children don’t get clean water and the distance is far to water sources.

Objectives:

  • To reduce the burden of children who walk long distances for water
  • To reduce diseases due to dirty water
  • To reduce the risks children undergo while walking for water after school

Beneficiaries:

  • All homes of vulnerable children under CRVO and their households
  • Homes of children who’s guardians are chronically ill

Budget:

The budget for 40 water jars will be 23.598.000 Uganda Shillings. Some empty jerry cans to carry water, wheel barrow and spades have been included as necessities.

Risks:

  • Long distance for water to use
  • Few experienced personnel to construct water jars leading to increasing on labour costs.

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Follow-up of the project

Date: December 30th 2013
 
General status:

The water harvesting tank construction at household level started well after getting the funds from association Vleugels van Hoop. Guardians and children actively participated and 40 extra tanks have been completed in time as agreed.

Progress since last status report:

The project continued well with all purchased materials. As a result of team work, from the beneficiaries, staff and contractors, the work was done perfectly well and now children and their households are ready to start using them.

Financial status:

A total of 23.589.000 Uganda Shillings was fully utilized in the materials and labour as proven in attached documents.

Problems/concerns:

  • Poor roads
  • Too much rain in the construction period
  • Some family members were too old to help in carrying materials

Attached documents (pictures, reçu’s,…):

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Agreement with the contractor
Receipt of the materials purchased

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