Total Boosts Water, Sanitation in Buliisa

A girls' VIP latrine at Ngwedo SS built with funding from Total E&P Uganda A girls' VIP latrine at Ngwedo SS built with funding from Total E&P Uganda

By George Busiinge

Total E&P Uganda has facilitated a Water and Sanitation project that includes the construction of eight Girls’ VIP latrines in Bugungu and Ngwedo secondary schools and rehabilitation of ten community water sources in Buliisa district.

Total E&P Uganda, in partnership with Community Integrated Development Initiatives (CIDI) and Buliisa district local government have undertaken this initiative in a bid to improve sanitary conditions and provide clean and safe water to the community and students of the project areas.

Chris Ocowun, PRO Total E& P Uganda states that through the project, they have rehabilitated eight boreholes in Kigwera and Ngwedo sub counties and two others at Bugungu and Ngwedo secondary schools to provide safe and clean water to the community and students of the two schools,”

According to the authorities of Buliisa district local government and Bugungu and Ngwedo secondary schools, availability of safe and clean water and proper sanitation are critical in improving the learning environment for students. The new girls’ VIP latrines have shower rooms as well as separate latrines for disabled students

Total has been at the forefront of promoting health and sanitation in its areas of operation with donations to boost the fight against Cholera in Hoima and Buliisa, aiding community health through donations of garbage bunkers and bins Pakwach and Anaka towns and the rehabilitation of sanitary blocks destroyed by a storm at Kirama primary school in Buliisa district.

Total E&P Uganda has facilitated a Water and Sanitation project that includes the construction of eight Girls’ VIP latrines in Bugungu and Ngwedo secondary schools and rehabilitatation of ten community water sources in Buliisa district.

Total E&P Uganda, in partnership with Community Integrated Development Initiatives (CIDI) and Buliisa district local government have undertaken this initiative in a bid to improve sanitary conditions and provide clean and safe water to the community and students of the project areas.

Chris Ocowun, PRO Total E& P Uganda states that through the project, they have rehabilitated eight boreholes in Kigwera and Ngwedo sub counties and two others at Bugungu and Ngwedo secondary schools to provide safe and clean water to the community and students of the two schools,”

According to the authorities of Buliisa district local government and Bugungu and Ngwedo secondary schools, availability of safe and clean water and proper sanitation are critical in improving the learning environment for students. The new girls’ VIP latrines have shower rooms as well as separate latrines for disabled students.

Total has been at the forefront of promoting health and sanitation in its areas of operation with donations to boost the fight against Cholera in Hoima and Buliisa, aiding community health through donations of garbage bunkers and bins Pakwach and Anaka towns and the rehabilitation of sanitary blocks destroyed by a storm at Kirama primary school in Buliisa district.

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