Water safety management in small towns: Lessons learned from Uganda and Mozambique

Submitted by on Fri, 03/03/2023 - 04:05

This brief focuses on understanding the implementation of water safety management strategies; studying the effects of change in operational strategies; and challenges of implementing usage practices from an urban to semi-urban setting in a small town. In Uganda’s scenario, the key findings of the study included the importance of sustaining risk management strategies, detection of fecal matter in water distribution, and deterioration of water quality upon storage in households. In order to improve water quality, the study recommended an increased dosage of chlorine at treatment level alongside frequent verification monitoring throughout the distribution system.


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