have the pleasure to present Uganda’s Water and Environment Sector Performance Report for 2017/18FY (i.e. SPR 2018). This report highlights the need to manage our water and environment resources in a sustainable manner to be able to meet all the different development economic activities and also for our ecosystem. Moreover, this is moreover in environment of increasing population, which is exacerbated by the refugee influx especially in Northern Uganda and climate change challenges.
Sector Performance Reports
The GOU together with Sector Development Partners and other stakeholders agreed to conduct annual Joint Sector Reviews as one of the consultative arrangements for implementation of a Sector Wide Approach to Planning (SWAP) in the Water and Environment sector. The ToR at hand describes the 10th Joint Sector Review for the Water and Environment and will be held from 18th to the 20th of September 2018 at Speke Resort Munyonyo, Kampala.
This is the 8th Water and Environment Sector Performance Report (SPR). It provides a concise and transparent overview of investments, targets, achievements, outputs and challenges for the sector during 2015/16FY (i.e. SPR 2016).
The major sector achievements include the expansion of the management of water and sanitation services by the National Water & Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) from 66 to 110 towns by the end of June 2015.