According to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Goal 6; Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and Sanitation for all, there is a target that by 2030 there will be substantially increase in water-use efficiency across all sectors and sustainable supply of freshwater to address water scarcity and substantially reduce the number of people suffering from water scarcity. Only about 5% of households have piped water supplies on their premises in rural areas in Sub –Sahara Africa (UN report 2015). To achieve the SDG target of 100% coverage, it requires time and continued support for the sustainability of community water facilities as a priority. Uganda in the last ten (10) years has made substantial progress in the water supply system with the expansion of the National Water and Sewerage Corporation and efforts to upgrade water system in many regions, Yet there are still many communities, in both rural and urban areas, who rely on contaminated water sources such as open wells and streams. Only 65% of the population has access to safe water sources (UN report 2015). “The human right to water entitles everyone to sufficient, safe, acceptable, physically accessible and affordable water for personal and domestic uses"
What should the government of Uganda do to ensure that there is availability of safe and clean water in communities according to the SDG target by 2030?(Deadline:28 February 2018)