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.

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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

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Latest news

Cuts in UK aid  dash WATSAN’s hopes of funding for an important community project 

A statement from our Trustees, May 3rd. 2021  Cuts in UK aid  dash WATSAN’s hopes of funding for an important community project Sadly we have been notified by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) that they have had to make the difficult decision to not progress with the latest round of the Small Charities … Continue reading Cuts in UK aid  dash WATSAN’s hopes of funding for an important community project 

Webinar is opportunity for Walk for Water planning

We were delighted to see so many people at our most recent webinar, which focused on the potential of a new project at Bwanga Hill, and was the chance for supporters to share their plans for a series of virtual Walks for Water over the summer.

New video shows the need and potential for our target project in Bwanga Hill

Thanks to the WATSAN staff team we have been able to collect testimonials from the schools and communities in desperate need of our next project. Staff members Marius Katunguka and Moses Kabarebe have collected new video that brings to life both the dire need for our planned project in Bwanga Hill, and some inspiration from … Continue reading New video shows the need and potential for our target project in Bwanga Hill