AAID We work hand in hand with worldwide collaborative bodies
ISDB has again funded AAID $100000 wash capacity building for one year from 2020 to 2021.The project ends in 2021.The project is jointly funded by ISDB and AAID equally where by AAID has contributed $100000 and ISDB contributed $100000.The project total is $200000.ISDB had donated $130000 in supporting water and sanitation programmes in western Uganda .Simavi in Holand on water and sanitation project since 2001-2006.Ministry of Water and Environment Uganda Government also helps up in supporting, monitoring ,evaluation and capacity buliding for water and sanitation.
Water and Sanitation Programme Aims, Objectives, Methodology and Activities behind the Campaign.At the dawn of the 21st century, some 1.1 billion people on Earth are still without access to a safe water supply and over 2.4 billion are without adequate sanitation. Rapid population growth during the 1990s, particularly in the world`s mega cities has meant that, by 2000, an estimated 620 million more people gained access to water supply and some 435 million more people had access to sanitation facilities. Despite laudable achievements by the sector during the International Decade for Water Supply and Sanitation (1981-1990) to meet these basic needs, there remains a tremendous backlog in terms of the billions of unserved people, mostly the poor and marginalized citizens living in squalid, unhealthy environments in the developing world.
The Water Integrity Network (WIN), formed in 2006, aims to fight corruption in the water sector. It stimulates anti-corruption activities in the water sector locally, nationally and globally. It promotes solutions-oriented action and coalition-building between civil society, the private and public sectors, media and governments.
AAID is the Founder Member of the G4alliance which is Based in New york USA. It is a Global organization advocating for a global alliance for surgical, obstetric, trauma, and anesthesia care and AAID is implementing the same activities in different countries.
Am pleased to conﬁrm that African Agency for Integrated Development supports the ten principles of the UN Global Compact with respect to human rights, labour, environment and an–corrupt-on.With this commitment, we express our intent to support the Global Compact advancing these principles,and will make a clear statement of this commitment to our stakeholders and the general public.
AAID is partnership with Uganda, Uganda is a landlocked country in East Africa whose diverse landscape encompasses the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains and immense Lake Victoria.Its abundant wildlife includes endangered gorillas and chimpanzees as well as rare birds.Remote Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is a famous mountain gorilla sanctuary, while Murchison Falls National Park in the northwest is known for its 43m-tall waterfall and wildlife such as hippos.
Since its foundation in 1968,the IRC International Water and Sanitation Center has facilitated the sharing, promotion and use of knowledge so that governments, professionals and organizations can better support poor men, women and children in developing countries to obtain water and sanitation services they will use and maintain.
Mr. Kisembo Asuman and the IRC
This partnership of information sharing was linked by SIMAVI a Dutch organization which used to fund AAID formerly Community Empowerment Initiative (CEI)
She continued by thanking CEI social workers for the work done in training activities for hygiene and sanitation. And she mentioned that some topics in some trainings were integrated with those of AIDS control and living positively with HIV/AIDS without any worry. She had benefited a lot from the trainings, she added.“Nshemerirwe munonga kureba a Bantu bekyanga eki nibamanya ebyokurebera amagaara gabu habyasirimu nebyobuyonzo”“I am so happy that people in this village know how to care for their lives as far as health ways are concerned especially AIDS control and practicing proper hygiene and sanitation”.HIV/AIDS orphans from Bisozi Parish
This is the fourth of a new series of stories from Uganda written by Kisembo Asuman, programme co-coordinator for the Simavi-funded water and sanitation project of the Community Empowerment Initiative (CEI). Co-facilitated by IRC and Simavi.
She also requested me that CEI should introduce a separate programme for HIV/AIDS control in the area because people need more training on living positively with HIV/AIDS and controlling it.
I explained to her that I will see how her needs will fit in the programme and especially in the financial planning. And that I could guarantee her that we shall do it soon, we can only integrate the programmes if they suit the needs of the community.
It was in the afternoon when I visited one of the villages in the project area, known as Mikole Village, where I visited one of the families. That family comprised of a widow and orphans whose head of the family died of HIV/AIDS.
As soon as I arrived at the home, the widow immediately thought that I had come to bring her assistance. She welcomed me, gave me a seat, greeted me and started explaining her personal problems concerning her sickness and also two of her young children who are suffering from HIV/AIDS.