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Consultancy services required – Conducting a Consumer Perception Survey in Kawempe Division

Environmental Alert in partnership with African Evangelistic Enterprise, Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) is implementing a WASH project titled “Kampala Slum Transformation Initiative (KASTI).” This project is being funded by Comic Relief through Water Aid Uganda. The project is intended to improve school children’s access to safe water and sanitation, increase hygiene understanding amongst both school children and slum dwellers, promote the construction and use of public latrines, and support communities to advocate for improved living conditions as well as build capacity of urban authorities in the three divisions to enable them respond to the community’s needs.
The project strategy includes mobilization, sensitization and awareness campaigns, enhanced civic engagement with duty bearers, capacity development of committed, genuine and activist parish and/or division CSOs and their forums that are interested in promoting equitable and equality management of WASH.
The project strategy includes mobilization, sensitization and awareness campaigns, enhanced civic engagement with duty bearers, capacity development of willing genuine and activist parish and/or division CSOs and their forums that are interested in promoting equitable and equality management of WASH. The project is being implemented in 5 parishes of; Bwaise I,Bwaise II, Bwaise III, Kyebando and Mulago III of Kawempe Division.
EA intends to conduct hygiene and sanitation needs assessment survey in Kawempe Division of Kampala district in the target project parishes to assess the level of community satisfaction towards delivery of WASH services to their communities. Thus, EA will come up with a Citizen Report Card for the targeted parishes highlighting key community pressing issues and which ones require prioritization. The specific services to be reviewed include;
 Access to clean and safe Water
 Solid waste management systems in the community
 Current situation of drainage vs available drainage system
 Toilet coverage as well as access to cesspool emptying services
 Level of sensitization efforts around WASH.

For more details, download the terms of reference below:

pdf icon TORs_Consumer Perception Survey_Kawempe Division

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