In Uganda, the main focus is on Water Resources Management and the River Mpanga. The Watershed empowering citizens programme partners work closely with local groups and technical committees to support implementation of catchment management plans that aim to conserve water resources and improve water quality. Documentation of case studies about the success and failures from WASH interventions, demonstrating the importance of integrating WASH with water resources management and climate adaption are integral parts of the activities undertaken. The Watershed Uganda team is working together with among others: HEWASA (Health through Water and Sanitation), JESE (Joint Effort to Save the Environment) and UWASNET (Uganda Water and Sanitation Network).