Building Community Resilience through Spring Water Protection and Tree Planting
CORE Project Manager, Ms Yuka Iwamura signing a Memorandum of Understanding with the Chief Administrative Officer of Mukono District.
CORE Project Manager exchanging the signed MoU with the Chief Administrative Officer of Mukono District.
Collection of relevant technical data by CORE Engineers before construction work started.
Confirmation of levels and collecting necessary technical data before starting construction of spring protection work at Luseera
Old women and young children are at a risk of falling in the unprotected well. This was the state of the spring before intervention by CORE.
State of the spring at Luseera village in Mukono before improvement by CORE. Note the colour of water.
Spring protection in Luseera village, Construction work has commenced
Construction work in progress
Water testing to ascertain whether it is fit for human and animal consumption
Completed spring ready for commissioning
Completed spring. Residents fetching safe and clean water
School children doing potting of tree seedlings.
Tree nursery bed at Namakwa Primary school -ToTo funded project
Giving out seedlings to community members for planting
Pupils of Namakwa Primary school attending to tree nursery bed - ToTo funded project
CORE is implementing a project “Building Community Resilience through Spring Water Protection and Tree Planting” in Nakisunga Sub- County, Mukono District. The project has two components namely spring protection and tree planting.
Construction work to protect the spring at Kyabalogo village was completed and the spring was commissioned on 14th July 2023.
The project has a component of tree seedling production and giving out to community members for tree planting as a way of increasing the forest cover.