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National Dialogue Report on Regulation and Sustainable Water Supply and Sanitation in Uganda

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By Rehema Aanyu 65 days ago

One of the major challenges still facing the urban water and sanitation sub-sector is the inadequate framework for effectively regulating the sub-sector to improve service delivery while protecting the interests of consumers as well as those of the public and private parties. Significant reforms which include the commercialization of water supply and sewerage service operations, devolution of service delivery to Water and/or Sewerage Authorities, and the introduction of Performance and Management Contracts to enable the ministry exercise oversight governance on the Water and/or Sewerage Authorities have been undertaken over the years.

The national dialogue held at the Sheraton Hotel, Kampala on the 21st March 2017 brought together different stakeholders involved in policy setting, regulation, delivery of water and sanitation services, legislators, civil society and private sectors to discuss critical issues affecting regulation and sustainability of water and sanitation services in the short, medium and long term.

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