WATSAN is a UK charity dedicated to the support of a water and sanitation programme in South West Uganda. Thanks to WATSAN’s work, people in rural communities have access to life-saving clean water and hygienic toilet facilities.
Our programme is managed by the Anglican Dioceses of North Kigezi and Kinkiizi. Our Ugandan arm is known as NKKD WATSAN. The project contributes directly to the achievement of the UN water and sanitation Sustainable Development Goals in the Ugandan Districts of Rukungiri and Kanungu.
We invite you to lend a hand to this important work, which directly benefits some of the poorest communities in the world.
WATSAN Uganda, UK Support, registered charity number 1123803
As we shared earlier in the year, following the success of our dispersed Walks for Water during the pandemic, we are encouraging our supporters to organise sponsored walks local to them to raise funds for WATSAN.
We will welcome around 50 supporters by kind invitation of our patron Bishop Andrew and Revd Beverly Watson, at an event to celebrate 18 years since WATSAN started working in South Western Uganda.
Thanks to the record-breaking fundraising efforts during our series of dispersed Walks for Water, work is now advancing well on the ‘hardware’ components at Bwanga.
COVID provided an opportunity to rethink WATSAN’s flagship fundraising event in 2021. Plan to be with us in June 2022!
Would you like to become more involved with WATSAN? The UK Support team is offering the opportunity for like-minded volunteers to join the Board of Trustees to offer their skills for the benefit of disadvantaged communities in Uganda.