NWSC IN A WATER PRODUCTION DRIVE, FOR NEW CITIES

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The managing Director National Water and Sewerage Corporation Eng Dr Silver Mugisha has assured Ugandans of stable water supply.
He says drought conditions and floods have affected operations in different parts of the country but they have ensured stable operations.

Uganda has experienced extreme weather conditions with torrential rains resulting into Floods ravaging parts of the country especially along the lake and river banks.
The floods have displaced families and affected essential services like supply of clean and safe water.
In Lira district, Kachung Water works in Agwata Sub-county, Dokolo District submerged due to rising waters of Lake Kwania, which also affected water supply in parts of Lango sub-region

National water staff brave floods to the water source, about 1.5kms away.

NWSC MD Eng Dr Silver Mugisha tested the tough experience.
The destruction of the environment is among the key challenges the corporation is dealing with.
also talk about the lockdown effects…
Eng Mugisha, traversed parts of northern and eastern regions of the country, checking on the progress of several water projects, including a mega water intake at Karuma dam that will add 10 million liters of water per day.
We are doing a lot of work in other parts…
Eng Mugisha informed his staff of the challenges posed by the new cities government’s mandate must be fulfilled.

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