Kampala Metropolitan Area

Factsheet: Water Security Action and Investment Plan (WSAIP) for Greater Kampala

The multi-stakeholder-developed and -owned Water Securiy Action and Investment Plan (WSAIP) is a blueprint response to mitigate water security threats in Greater Kampala.

In the Greater Kampala Metropolitan Area, realising water security remains a challenge. Issues like wetland encroachment, unregulated wastewater discharge and poor solid waste management have had detrimental effects on Uganda’s natural ecosystems. The multi-stakeholder-developed and -owned Water Securiy Action and Investment Plan (WSAIP) is a blueprint response to mitigate water security threats arising from increased urbanisation and is intended to improve the evidence base for understanding the status and future trends of water security in Greater Kampala. 

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