Rwenzori Regional Learning Alliance (RRLA)


All people in the Rwenzori region enjoy their right and freedom to sustainable access to adequate safe drinking water, sanitation and hygienic living conditions so as to contribute to their improved health status and dignity


To empower people, both in rural and peri-urban areas, through integrated and sustainable WASH programmes that respond to people’s needs and have respect for the environment.

The Rwenzori Regional Learining Allinance (RLLA) is a loose consortium of organisations that share the share the same vision of harmonizing learning and sharing experiences to improve sector performance. The RLLA was formed in 2010 and its partners comprises of; Triple-S, PROTOS, SNV, HEWASA and JESE, Catholic Relief Services, Uganda Water and Sanitation NGO (UWASNET), Technical Support Unit 6, Kabarole District local government and NETWAS Uganda.  Membership to this alliance is open to all key WASH stakeholders including District Local Governments (DLGs) and learning institutions.  The key purpose for the RLLA is coordination, joint action, learning, and mobilisation of resources for WASH programs in the region while ensuring common voice & advocacy.

Currently the RLLA receives funds from the Dutch WASH  Alliance. The Rwenzori region organised its second learning forum to share the successes of the first Learning Forum (LF) and to discuss on the sustainability of the learning forum for improved performance and service delivery in the WASH sector. The lessons learnt from the use of the technologies and approaches, coupled with the sector policies can lead to overall improved performance of the WASH sector in Uganda.

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