GOPA Infra continues to improve the Ugandan water sector
After having received a KfW addendum, the project “Kampala Water - Lake Victoria WATSAN, Package 5b - Accompanying measures for the promotion of improved private hygiene, sanitation and corresponding services in the informal settlements of Kampala (AMC)” is on the right track. Our project team is currently working on the design of public sanitation facilities for the Kampala suburbs. As the Ugandan National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) decided not to claim user fees, one of the ideas is to construct and build facilities with commercial space on top in order to generate income for the operator. We are looking forward to the finalisation of the architectural drawings and the construction of the facilities!
In the second project in Uganda, the “Integrated Programme to Improve the Living Conditions in Gulu and Small Towns en Route in the Victoria Nile Catchment (IPILC) – Engineering and Institutional Development Consultancy (EIDC)”, GOPA Infra is implementing the institutional component. In the current project phase, our team, together with our local partners, is building a sanitation facility showroom to evaluate the best solutions for the users in the project area. We hope to finalise this phase in time to start building the facilities in the field as soon as possible!
Both projects profit from our dedicated staff. We are glad to contribute to the Ugandan water sector!