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Water Sources Inadequate For Kiryandongo Villages

Villages in Kiryandongo district are struggling with the limited safe water sources available in their vicinity. This was revealed by the District Water Officer Samuel Muhumuza during the launch of the drilling of 11 deep holes within the district at Nyakibete LCI in Kigumba sub county. Muhumuza added that according to Ministry of water and environment standards, one borehole serves a community of 400 people of which an average village in Kiryandongo district has 800 people which calls for an additional borehole.

Kiryandongo Receives New CAO

Kiryandongo district local government has received a new Chief Administrative Officer following the transfer of Ismael Ochengel to Gulu district local government.

While addressing the staff of Kiryandongo district during the handover ceremony on Monday March 14,2022 at the district headquarters, Martin Jacan Gwokto the Chief Administrative Officer pledged commitment to service delivery during his tenure in office.

KIRYANDONGO IS SET TO RECEIVE 16.5 BILLION SHILLINGS WATER AND SANITATION FACILITIES

Kiryandongo District is set to benefit from the 280 million USD integrated water management and development project. This was revealed during the advocacy and awareness creation workshop organized by the ministry of water and environment on Thursday December 9,2021 at Kiryandongo community technology access center. Out of the 280 million USD, Kiryandongo will receive 4.6 million USD solar powered piped water system.

COMMUNITY URGED TO PARTICIPATE IN MONITORING GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS

Kiryandongo district chairman Edith Aliguma Adyeri has called upon the community of Diika trading center to actively participate in monitoring government programs within their area. Aliguma made the call on Friday November 26, 2021 while addressing the residents at Diika trading centre during the launch of the 13 KM shillings 55.43 million Kisorosoro-Diika road.

Government Asked To Extend Psycho-Socio Support To Security

Kiryandongo district RDC Peter Debele has called upon the government and partners to extend psycho-socio support to the security personnel who are enforcing government directives on prevention of the spread of COVID-19. Debele made the call during a one-day orientation of Kiryandongo district COVID-19 taskforce on psycho-socio support organized by TPO Uganda on Tuesday August 10, 2021 at the Community Technology Access center. Debele added that security officers are the most stressed by COVID-19 yet not well facilitated to enforce the guidelines set by government.

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