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Water supply anti corruption movement formed in Uganda

UWIN – the Water Integrity Network Uganda is a multi-stakeholder network that brings together organisations and individuals from the water sector and the anti-corruption movement in Uganda.

The coalition unites representatives from civil society (e.g. ACCU, NETWAS, TI UGANDA, UWASNET, Water Aid Uganda), private sector (e.g. APWO), government (Ministry of Water and Environment) and development partners. The UWIN contact person is Jo Smets from the IRC- International Water and Sanitation Centre.

The coalition has been formed to address the demand for a collective voice for increased water integrity and improve coordination among various groups and their activities.

Its objectives are to support and monitor the implementation of the Good Governance Action Plan of the Ugandan Ministry of Water and Environment as well as the joint undertaking of water integrity actions in the country.

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