Month: March 2021

Ngusishi WRUA, A Best Practice Model for WRUAs in Kenya

Ngusishi Water Resource Users Association (NWRUA) was founded in 1998 as a self-help group to solve water-related conflicts among upstream, midstream, and downstream users along the 12km long River Ngusishi in Nanyuki, Laikipia. The goal of the group is to create a system that assures member sustainable access to water. We met Muthuri Mureithi, Chairperson …

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Maasai Women Abandon Charcoal Burning for Sustainable Methods of Generating Income

Rhoda Makoi was once known as the ‘commander’ for charcoal burning in Melili, Narok County. Not anymore. Now she is the ‘commander’ of the Maasai Women Environment Conservation Champions (MWECC). The group brings together 2,000 women from Melili, Narok, who abandoned charcoal burning for sustainable ways of generating income like beading, knitting, catering, and making …

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KEWASNET Hands Over PPEs and Menstrual Health Management kits to protect people from Kiambu from Covid-19

On 18th February 2021, KEWASNET in partnership with SIMAVI International handed over Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) and Menstrual Health Hygiene Management kits to the county government of Kiambu through H.E. Governor James Nyoro to support the county in its efforts to prevent the spread of Covid-19.  The community hygiene promotion is part of the WASH …

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