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
Due to COVID restrictions, 15 different local walks were held across England, bringing in a record number of participants and raising £27,685 and counting for WATSAN.
It is with great sadness that we received news from Bishop Dan Zoreka late on June 15th of the death that evening in Kampala of Bishop Benon Magezi of North Kigezi Diocese, at the age of 60. Bishop Benon’s battle with Covid-19 had begun two weeks earlier when he was admitted to hospital in Mbarara.
For our 2021 sponsored event, because of the uncertainties associated with the Covid-19 pandemic, we are offering a series of dispersed local walks of between 12 and 20 miles, at 12 venues across the country. Local teams will fundraise towards our water and sanitation project at Bwanga Hill.