Kabale District

by February 19, 2017

The access rates in Kabale vary from 52 % in Muko Sub-County to 95 % in Buhara Sub-County. Kabale has 3,758 domestic water points which serve a total of 444,628 people – 382,049 in rural areas. 496 water points have been non-functional for over 5 years and are considered abandoned. Kabale has 24 piped schemes.

Access

81%

Rural Functionality

87%

Equity

57

Management

85%

Gender

69%

Population Density (people/km2) and Population

50 250 1,000 2,000
  100 500 1,500  
HTC Hamurwa TC 340
Hamurwa TC
Population 340
MTC Muhanga TC 673
Muhanga TC
Population 673
RWM Rwamucucu 270
Rwamucucu
Population 270
KTC Katuna TC 1,584
Katuna TC
Population 1,584
CDV Central DIV 2,271
Central DIV
Population 2,271
KSH Kashambya 207
Kashambya
Population 207
HMR Hamurwa 320
Hamurwa
Population 320
RHJ Ruhija 170
Ruhija
Population 170
IKM Ikumba 251
Ikumba
Population 251
MKO Muko 347
Muko
Population 347
KMW Kamwezi 218
Kamwezi
Population 218
BKN Bukinda 223
Bukinda
Population 223
KHR Kaharo 310
Kaharo
Population 310
MZB Maziba 228
Maziba
Population 228
NYM Nyamweru 317
Nyamweru
Population 317
BBR Bubaare 456
Bubaare
Population 456
NDV Northern DIV 1,611
Northern DIV
Population 1,611
SDV Southern DIV 1,538
Southern DIV
Population 1,538
KTM Kitumba 449
Kitumba
Population 449
BFN Bufundi 316
Bufundi
Population 316
BTN Butanda 388
Butanda
Population 388
RBY Rubaya 338
Rubaya
Population 338
BHR Buhara 347
Buhara
Population 347
KMG Kamuganguzi 379
Kamuganguzi
Population 379
KYN Kyanamira 338
Kyanamira
Population 338

Population figures are projections to the above mentioned date based on UBOS census 2014 and district growth rates. Population density is calculated on land area only. Boundaries reflect the preliminary status only.

Access to Safe Water

20 % 60 %
  40 % 80 %
Total Access 81 %
Rural Access 81 %
Urban Access 79 %

BBR Bubaare 60 %
Bubaare
Population Served 21,836
BFN Bufundi 78 %
Bufundi
Population Served 20,760
BHR Buhara 95 %
Buhara
Population Served 25,832
BKN Bukinda 95 %
Bukinda
Population Served 9,897
BTN Butanda 60 %
Butanda
Population Served 11,265
CDV Central DIV NWSC
Central DIV
Population Served NWSC
HMR Hamurwa 64 %
Hamurwa
Population Served 17,854
HTC Hamurwa TC 79 %
Hamurwa TC
Population Served 4,168
IKM Ikumba 72 %
Ikumba
Population Served 23,596
KHR Kaharo 95 %
Kaharo
Population Served 18,819
KMG Kamuganguzi 95 %
Kamuganguzi
Population Served 20,118
KMW Kamwezi 95 %
Kamwezi
Population Served 26,990
KSH Kashambya 95 %
Kashambya
Population Served 25,462
KTC Katuna TC 91 %
Katuna TC
Population Served 9,418
KTM Kitumba 95 %
Kitumba
Population Served 19,114
KYN Kyanamira 95 %
Kyanamira
Population Served 19,905
MKO Muko 52 %
Muko
Population Served 25,278
MTC Muhanga TC 66 %
Muhanga TC
Population Served 7,995
MZB Maziba 95 %
Maziba
Population Served 20,503
NDV Northern DIV NWSC
Northern DIV
Population Served NWSC
NYM Nyamweru 87 %
Nyamweru
Population Served 15,790
RBY Rubaya 95 %
Rubaya
Population Served 27,179
RHJ Ruhija 54 %
Ruhija
Population Served 5,645
RWM Rwamucucu NWSC
Rwamucucu
Population Served NWSC
SDV Southern DIV NWSC
Southern DIV
Population Served NWSC

Access to safe water is the ratio of people served by a safe water point and piped water supply to the total population.
The calculation is based on an estimated number of people per water point type. Maximum access rate can be 95%.

Functionality of Point Water Sources

60 % 80 %
70 % 90 %
Rural Functionality 87 %
Urban Functionality 82 %

BBR Bubaare 93 %
Bubaare
Functional Sources NWSC
BFN Bufundi 86 %
Bufundi
Functional Sources NWSC
BHR Buhara 97 %
Buhara
Functional Sources NWSC
BKN Bukinda 78 %
Bukinda
Functional Sources NWSC
BTN Butanda 97 %
Butanda
Functional Sources NWSC
CDV Central DIV NWSC
Central DIV
Functional Sources NWSC
HMR Hamurwa 97 %
Hamurwa
Functional Sources NWSC
HTC Hamurwa TC 88 %
Hamurwa TC
Functional Sources NWSC
IKM Ikumba 69 %
Ikumba
Functional Sources NWSC
KHR Kaharo 90 %
Kaharo
Functional Sources NWSC
KMG Kamuganguzi 96 %
Kamuganguzi
Functional Sources NWSC
KMW Kamwezi 87 %
Kamwezi
Functional Sources NWSC
KSH Kashambya 65 %
Kashambya
Functional Sources NWSC
KTC Katuna TC 71 %
Katuna TC
Functional Sources NWSC
KTM Kitumba 72 %
Kitumba
Functional Sources NWSC
KYN Kyanamira 89 %
Kyanamira
Functional Sources NWSC
MKO Muko 98 %
Muko
Functional Sources NWSC
MTC Muhanga TC 88 %
Muhanga TC
Functional Sources NWSC
MZB Maziba 85 %
Maziba
Functional Sources NWSC
NDV Northern DIV NWSC
Northern DIV
Functional Sources NWSC
NYM Nyamweru 97 %
Nyamweru
Functional Sources NWSC
RBY Rubaya 72 %
Rubaya
Functional Sources NWSC
RHJ Ruhija 94 %
Ruhija
Functional Sources NWSC
RWM Rwamucucu NWSC
Rwamucucu
Functional Sources NWSC
SDV Southern DIV NWSC
Southern DIV
Functional Sources NWSC

Functionality is the ratio of functional water sources to all water sources. Sources not operating for five or more years are assumed to be abandoned, and hence are not included in the calculation.

People served per technology

Reasons for non-functionality

Type of Management

Source of Funding

District Water Supply Summary

Sub-CountyUrban/
Rural
PopulationPopulation
Served
AccessFunctionalityPoint Water SourcesPiped Water Systems
Protected
springs
Shallow wellsDeep boreholesRainwater
harvesting tanks
DamsValley
tanks
PSP/Kiosk, Tap standsYTHHICNWSC
RUWfPFNFTotFNFTotFNFTotFNFTotFNFTotFNFTotFNFTot
RUBANDA                               
 1 BufundiRural26,58620,76078%86%--65469------9110------331346---No
 2 IkumbaRural32,68223,59672%69%-14%42850---651112618---167412768---No
 3 NyamweruRural18,17715,79087%97%--58159---2-237340------21-21---No
 4 Hamurwa TCUrban5,3104,16878%-88%-11-11---1233-3------617---No
 5 BubaareRural36,39921,83660%93%--58-581-11-156-56------491362---No
 6 MukoRural48,33925,27852%98%--84-84---1-191293------48351---No
 7 HamurwaRural27,93617,85464%97%--54256---71899-99------23225---No
 8 RuhijaRural10,5435,64554%94%--24125---1128-8------------No
Total 205,972134,9276691881439616412101199283151232700016722159280000No
KABALE M.C                               
 1 Southern DIVUrban21,400NWSCNWSC-100%-1-1---------------7-7---Yes
 2 Northern DIVUrban13,667NWSCNWSC-100%-1-1---------------2-2---Yes
 3 Central DIVUrban16,181NWSCNWSC---------------------------Yes
Total 51,24840,9988001000202000000000000000909000No
NDORWA                               
 1 BuharaRural27,19325,83395%97%--93-933-3-5555358------1901191---No
 2 MazibaRural21,58320,50495%85%--9220112---31456157------15433187115126No
 3 KitumbaRural20,12119,11595%72%-100%427491-1-33265311-1---302353---No
 4 KamuganguziRural21,17820,11995%96%--34236----1136137------1013104---No
 5 RubayaRural28,61027,18095%72%--452570---2-214115------11441155---No
 6 KaharoRural19,80918,81995%90%--79786---1-19110------10114115---No
 7 Katuna TCUrban10,3699,41891%-71%-19120------3-3------201636---No
 8 ButandaRural18,84511,26560%97%--47148------3-3------10111---No
 9 KyanamiraRural20,95419,90695%89%--752095---1122-2------1841019415-1No
Total 188,662172,1599187711005258360840471118204122161010009041401,044130127No
RUKIGA                               
 1 KamweziRural28,41126,99095%87%--18422---3694522-22------58765---No
 2 KashambyaRural26,80325,46395%65%--48856---123617------8362145---No
 3 Muhanga TCUrban12,0797,99566%-88%-24-24---1-18-8------13619---No
 4 BukindaRural10,4199,89895%78%--33639------3-3------491867---No
 5 RwamucucuRural27,576NWSCNWSC90%--496553-313411213------18718205---Yes
Total 105,28896,54492808801732419730339145350353000000390113503000No
District 551,170444,628818782251,0961231,219808653499569275961011671,5243121,836130127No

F = Functional; NF = Non-Functional; Tot = Total; YT = Yard Tap; HH = Household Connections; IC = Institutional Connections

Piped Water Supply Systems

Type of Scheme/GFSNumber of
Schemes
Functionality of SystemType of ManagementWB in place
FunctionalNon-FunctionalPartially FunctionalPrivate OperatorWSCPrivate/IndividualNWSCOtherYesNo
Unknown/Not GFS240000001000
Surface Water Based/GFS7942827132211160
Surface Water Based/Not GFS22000000000
Groundwater based/Not GFS42020100120
Total10946829033222180

GFS = Gravity Flow Scheme; WB = Water Board; WSC = Water Source Committee