CHANGING THE FLOW TOGETHER
The Tampara wetland is of key importance to many communities in the coastal area of the eastern India state Odisha. However, human activity in the wetland put the water security for tens of thousands of people at risk. Awareness-raising by the Watershed Empowering...
Published on November 12, 2020
Water & sanitation: Vulnerable groups live a dog’s life
A feature article in the Ugandan Saturday Vision of November 16, 2019. A recent study done by IRC Uganda established that different groups of people in Uganda are marginalised from access to adequate water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services. The groups include...
Published on November 25, 2019
Promoting Water Safety Planning in Kabarole District, Uganda
Following a water quality assessment which found 80% of sampled water sources to be contaminated, IRC WASH under it Watershed empowering citizens programme activities, worked with the Albert Water Management Zone to introduce and promote the Water Safety Planning...
Published on July 3, 2019
A loud cry for access to quality, safe water in Rwangara Parish in Kanara Sub County, Ntoroko District, Uganda
This briefing note focuses on the plight of communities in Rwangara Parish in Kanara Sub County, Ntoroko District in accessing safe drinking water. The high salinity levels in the ground water hinder access to safe drinking water in the area, although over the last...
Published on August 14, 2018
Discussions related to challenges of a shrinking space for civil society
Vice Versa – in collaboration with Partos, ActionAid and Both Ends – is currently organizing an online debate on the developments around civil society organizations, the importance of dialogue and dissent and the challenges of a shrinking space. In the...
Published on November 2, 2016