Uganda is endowed with significant surface and ground water resources. However, water
resources are under increasing threat of degradation as exhibited in reduced quality and
quantities in major freshwater bodies. Soil erosion and industrial pollution have reduced
surface water quality. Watershed degradation and climate change also reduce surface and
ground water quantities. Water is a key strategic resource and access to clean water is a
fundamental human right. As such maintaining good water quality and adequately managed
aquatic resources is essential for advancing development and promoting a healthy population.
Uganda has a number oflegislations in place, aimed at sustaining the water resources. In this
research, I examine the different laws on water resource sustainability, portraying the
loopholes therein, and making recommendations.
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ENOCK, KASIRYE . "The Legal Framework For Environmental Sust Ainability Of The Waters In Uganda" Afribary (2021). Accessed October 17, 2021. https://afribary.com/works/the-legal-framework-for-environmental-sust-ainability-of-the-waters-in-uganda