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Gulu district Newsletters

The session was organised with the focus on the following objectives:

  • To review proposed action points by different stakeholders in the 4th District learning platform.
  • To share achievements and key lessons learned from the previously conducted District learning sessions
  • Share experiences on accountability and transparency tools introduced
  • To discuss sustainability of the platform after the PILS project has ended.
 

The 4th District Learning session for Gulu was organised on the 20th October 2011 at Alang Conference Centre Hall. Participants included ADWO, NGO, sub county chiefs, health assistants, LC3 Chairpersons, masons and a representative from schools.

There was concern from facilitators and participants about the shortened time for sessions to 1 day instead of 1.5 days as earlier planned. This affected the participation of respective participants especially when they were informed that they would not get their allowances.

        Gulu Distric Newsletter 03

The 3rd district Learning session for Gulu was 28th  and 29th  of July 2011 at Alang Conference center. Participants included district health inspectors (DHIs), health inspector in charge of Aswa and Omoro counties, the Assistant District Water Officer (ADWO), NGO staff, sub county chiefs, health assistants (HAs), media persons, LC 3 Chairpersons, beneficiaries using Arbour loo toilets

Newsletter from the 2nd district dialogue in Gulu, Uganda. The sanitation situation in Gulu is poor and below the national coverage.

        Gulu district Newsletter 01

Changes in our work procedures do not automatically occur. The government and organistatioms may demand that we follow certain procedures and guidelines, or as we have no better alternative.  This project's starting point is that in order to change for any improvement we have to learn.  The district learning session took place in Gulu on the 18th and 19th of March 2010.

 

Kitigum District Newsletter

The 5th District platform took place on 15th and 16th February 2012. The Local Council chairperson welcomed participants and thanked them for their efforts to improve sanitation and hygiene in the District. The session focused on the following objectives:

  • Reviewing proposed action points by different stake holders in the 4th District learning platform
  • Sharing achievements and key lessons learned from the previously conducted District learning sessions
  • Sharing experiences on accountability and transparency tools introduced
  • Discussing sustainability of the platform once PILS project has ended
 

The fourth District Learning session for Kitgum was organized on the 25 and 26 October 2011 at the District Water Officer Board Room in Kitgum district. Participants included District Health Inspector(DHI), DWO and his assistant, NGOs (LWF, World Vision, Red Cross) sub county chiefs, health assistants, LC3 chair persons from Kitgum Matidi and Akwang sub counties, CDO from Kitgum Matidi, District Agricultural Officer and TSU representative Northern Uganda .The meeting had a good representation and was opened at 9:30am

        Kitgum District Newsletter 03

The 3rd District Learning session for Kitgum was organized on the 26th and 27th of July 2011 at the District Water Office.Participants included the Chief

Administrative Officer (CAO), Assistant District Water Officer (ADWO), District Health Inspector (DHIs), Sub County Chiefs, Health Assistants (HAs), Community Development Officers (CDOs) from both Kitgum Matidi and Akwang Sub counties, Red Cross Society, and Media houses such as Mighty Fire FM and Pol FM. The meeting started a bit late since the CAO had to first settle other pending and urgent issues.

  •         Kitigum district Newsletter 02

    Newsletter of the 2nd district dialogue on Performance Improvement Learning in Sanitation at Kitgum district level.

            Kitigum district Newsletter 01 

     

    Pader Distrct Newsletters

     
    This was the sixth and final district platform, where the Local Council 3 chairperson urged the District to continue supporting learning and coordination, and government staff to become innovative and plan for sustainability of sanitation and hygiene in the District
     

    Objectives of the session were:

    1. To review action plans agreed upon by stakeholders in the DD #4 and IDCB #2
    2. To assess the district achievements and challenges in attaining ODF in the CLTS triggered villages
    3. To share district experiences on accountability and transparency
    4. To introduce accountability tools to the district for purposes of adoption 
     
     Pader District Newsletter 04

    The 4th  District Learning session for Pader was organized on the 2nd and 3rd of August 2011 at the District Education Board Room. Participants included district the Assistant District Water Officer (ADWO) Sanitation, Health inspectors (HIs), Community Development Officer (CDO),

    NGO, sub county chiefs, health assistants, the Assistant District Director of Health Services, Inspector of schools, District Education Officer and media persons. The session started a little bit late due to slow turn up of participants.
     
            Pader District Newsletter 03   
    Newsletter reporting on 3rd learning session in Pader district, Uganda. There is a need to follow up on NGOs’ contribution in the district and coordination is needed in some sub-counties where improvements on sanitation and hygiene will be realised, these included Awere, Lagi, and Acholi bu sub-counties. 
     
     
            Pader District Newsletter 2

    The 2nd district learning session took place on the 14th Dec 2010 at the District Education Board Room. The objectives of the session were to:

    • Improve performance of stakeholders and acquire innovative approaches
    • Scale up sanitation and hygiene in the districts
    • Increase latrine coverage and behavioural changes
        

        

    Specific Objectives of the Pader District Learning Session One:

    • To discuss and agree on the roles of stakeholders and confirmation of sub-counties
    • To analyze the changing context and responses of stakeholders
    • To conduct district sanitation and hygiene situation analysis
    • To strengthen harmonisation and coordination of sanitation and hygiene intervention.

      

            
       
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