KAPELEBYONG District

by September 18, 2019

The access rates in KAPELEBYONG vary from 72 % in Okungur Sub-County to 95 % in Acowa Sub-County. KAPELEBYONG has 322 domestic water points which serve a total of 91,845 people – 91,845 in rural areas. 12 water points have been non-functional for over 5 years and are considered abandoned.

Access

89%

Rural Functionality

96%

Equity

34

Management

84%

Gender

85%

Population Density (people/km2) and Population

50 250 1,000 2,000
  100 500 1,500  
OKN Okungur 57
Okungur
Population 57
ACW Acowa 107
Acowa
Population 107
KPL Kapelebyong 67
Kapelebyong
Population 67
AKT Akoromit 136
Akoromit
Population 136
OBL Obalanga 101
Obalanga
Population 101

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 89 %
Rural Access 89 %
Urban Access Unknown

ACW Acowa 95 %
Acowa
Population Served 20,726
AKT Akoromit 92 %
Akoromit
Population Served 19,500
KPL Kapelebyong 87 %
Kapelebyong
Population Served 19,806
OBL Obalanga 95 %
Obalanga
Population Served 20,113
OKN Okungur 72 %
Okungur
Population Served 11,700

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%.

Access to Safe Water

20 % 60 %
  40 % 80 %
Total Access 89 %
Rural Access 89 %
Urban Access Unknown

ACW Acowa 95 %
Acowa
Population Served 20,726
AKT Akoromit 92 %
Akoromit
Population Served 19,500
KPL Kapelebyong 87 %
Kapelebyong
Population Served 19,806
OBL Obalanga 95 %
Obalanga
Population Served 20,113
OKN Okungur 72 %
Okungur
Population Served 11,700

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 96 %
Urban Functionality Unknown

ACW Acowa 95 %
Acowa
Functional Sources 69
AKT Akoromit 98 %
Akoromit
Functional Sources 64
KPL Kapelebyong 97 %
Kapelebyong
Functional Sources 66
OBL Obalanga 93 %
Obalanga
Functional Sources 68
OKN Okungur 100 %
Okungur
Functional Sources 37

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
KAPELEBYONG                               
 1 ObalangaRural21,17220,11395%93%-100%---14567168------1-1------No
 2 OkungurRural16,22811,70072%100%--------37-37----11---------No
 3 AkoromitRural21,17219,50092%98%-----4-460161---------------No
 4 KapelebyongRural22,67619,80687%97%-----112601611-1-11---4-4---No
 5 AcowaRural21,81720,72695%95%-----44865-65---------------No
Total 103,06591,8458996033000109192953298101022101404000No
District 103,06591,8458996033000109192953298101022101404000No

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