• UWASNET is the central coordination structure of all WASH CSOs in Uganda.
  • UWASNET facilitates the cooperation between WASH CSOs and utility companies.
  • UWASNET advocates for the protection of our environment and water resources.
  • Joint planning and learning for better service delivery.
  • UWASNET: democratic structures and good governance starts at home.

Uganda Water and Sanitation NGO Network (UWASNET) is the national umbrella organisation for Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in the Water and Environment sector. UWASNET is crucial in helping government realise its targets of alleviating poverty and achieving Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) through universal access to safe, sustainable water and improved sanitation. UWASNET plays this vital role in partnership with other key sector players such as the Government of Uganda, Development Partners (DP's) and the private sector.

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  • Countdown to the 6th National WASH CSO Forum 2016

    By Rehema Aanyu 26 days ago
    Preparations for the 6th National WASH CSO Forum 2016 have began. We want YOU to INFORM the AGENDA. Share your thoughts and ideas to inform the theme, agenda, participant-ship. Who do you want to see / listen to your work? Who should be the Guest of...
  • Apply for online training course on Good Governance

    By Rehema Aanyu 30 days ago
    The Ministry of Water and Environment (MWE) through its Good Governance Working Group and with support from Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH is offering an interactive online learning course on the Applicability of...
  • CSOs position statement at the 6th Africa Water Week

    By Rehema Aanyu 40 days ago
    On July 16th, 2016, CSOs on the African continent under their umbrella organisation—Africa Civil Society Network on Water and Sanitation held a CSO Forum ahead of the 6th Africa Water Week to
  • Highlights from Africa Water Week Day One

    By Rehema Aanyu 41 days ago
    The Africa Water Week (AWW) is a biennial conference convened by the African Ministers Council on Water (AMCOW) in partnership with the African Union Commission and organized with other development partners to discuss and collectively seek solutions...