The following used to be the five leading causes of death in Uganda included communicable diseases such as HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, respiratory tract infections and diarrhea diseases.
Currently the biggest challenge for Uganda’s poor health which has claimed lives of people is inadequate resources i.e the government alone cannot handle all these health situations without the support of private sectors.
CESA-Uganda contributes to improvement of a health sector through; supporting rural communities especially the women and children in improving access to clean water, hygiene and sanitation (through construction/installation of rain water tanks, water pumps and toilets), reproductive health (HIV/Aids, mortality control etc.) and micro medical care (provision of dewormers & vitamins)
Request for support to make ‘Hands free wash tippy taps (model 02CESA)’ to reduce the spread of COVID19 and other diseases related to poor hygiene in the communities
Since its inception in 2004, CESA –Uganda has been training the rural poor communities in improving good hygiene and sanitation.
Apart from training, for the rural and urban communities of Uganda to improve hygiene and sanitation through construction of hands on stick tippy taps and toilets, in this year 2020 of COVID 19 pandemic, CESA-Uganda has improved its technology of keeping good hygiene among the communities from using hands on stick tippy taps (model 01CESA) to Hands free wash tippy taps (model 02CESA). This new technology model 02CESA involves no touching on the tap when washing hands, durable and involves no wastage of water at use as compared to the first technology model 01CESA; hence it is the best current hands free wash technology to prevent the spread of COVID19 and other diseases. CESA-Uganda is currently promoting this new technology Hands free wash tippy taps (model 02CESA) and we would like to give them freely to at least a target of 30,000 rural poor vulnerable families like people living with disabilities, HIV/AIDs and those living in slum areas in Kampala, Wakiso and Kayunga Districts of Uganda. However we shall start with any affordable number between 2,500 to 5,000 families depending on the availability of resources (funds) until we reach the target number 30,000 in one year.
Each Hand free wash tippy tap (model 02CESA) costs Ugx 555,000 ($150)
We request any kind and good hearted person or organization to support us and achieve our goal of rescuing these vulnerable poor families from contracting the COVID19 and other diseases related to poor hygiene.
CESA-Uganda we have successfully worked with both local good hearted people and international donors from USA, Australia, Norway, UK and Switzerland in different socio economic development projects and please trust us, we hope to do the same with you, thanks
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