Month: April 2021

Conserving Our River for US and Future Generations: Kikuu WRUA, Makueni County

The problems in the water sector keep on evolving in scope but still adversely affecting Kenyans. The few available water resources are under pressure because of the ever-growing and competing water needs.  The water resources are either overexploited as a result of the growth in social inequity and limited programs targeting poverty alleviation or creating …

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Vulnerabilities of the Elderly in WASH: Teso North

Having adequate access to clean water and sanitation facilities constructed with vulnerable groups’ needs is necessary. However, the elderly in most rural Kenya do not enjoy the luxury of accessing these services adequately and safely. Through support from the WaterAid organization, KEWASNET embarked on a journey to document the WASH challenges of PWDs. This is …

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Saving Mtopanga: Creating a Lasting Solution for Water Shortage in Mombasa County

Kenya hopes to achieve access to sustainable and clean water for all by 2030. This calls for robust efforts to conserve the available sources of water. Unfortunately, many rivers in Kenya, especially in urban centers, are in a poor state because of human activities, encroachment, poor waste management, and release of effluent wastes from the …

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Testimonials from the issuing of MHMs and PPEs, and Mass Sensitization

WASH First is a Covid-19 response being implemented by KEWASNET funded by SIMAVI international.  The project targets creating awareness on Covid-19 and supporting local governments and communities’ hygiene-related Covid-19 prevention measures. Between January and April 2021, KEWASNET has been implementing WASH First activities in Kiambu county. As a result, we supported the population at risk of …

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Schools from Informal Settlements in Nairobi Benefit from Handwashing Stations

Washing hands with soap and clean water is one of the most important defenses against communicable diseases. As the country grapples with containing the spread of Covid-19, everyone must be aware that washing hands regularly can keep one safe and healthy. KEWASNET has been contributing to the fight against Covid-19 through promoting accountability in the …

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