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Conservtz at the Forefront of Enhancing Environmental Conservation in Eastern Kenya

Conservtz, is a Water conservation organization working in rural arid and semi arid areas to create awareness using practical approaches, as well as communication tools and media products on the need to conserve water, be it in the form of rain, underground water, water runoff, or piped water. We gain entry into communities through using …

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Camel Caravan Walk 2017: the Ewaso Ng’iro basin journey with camels to advocate for the conservation of the river while promoting a peaceful co-existence

On 15th September 2017 more than 200 participants from different counties concluded a 5 day trek along the Ewaso Ng’iro basin. Withstanding the scorching sun in an almost bare ground the teams trekked for 240 kms from Merti county to Archer’s post, Isiolo county in a week, to raise awareness on issues affecting river Ewaso …

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Ensuring provision of safe access to water: Safe Water Aids Project (SWAP) Water Quality Laboratory Services

Safe Water and AIDS Project (SWAP) is a Kenya registered Non Governmental Organization (NGO) working in close partnership with the Ministry of Health (MoH), Ministry of Water and Irrigation, Center for Diseases Control and Prevention (CDC), stakeholders in Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH) sector and communities to implement and evaluate the effectiveness of health interventions, …

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Collaborative engagement between CSOs and County Government for WRM/WASH Integration – A case of Laikipia County

KWAHO, through the watershed program largely contributed to the development of the Laikipia County 2nd Generation CIDP (a 5 year implementation plan) through ensuring that all people, particularly young, marginalized and vulnerable groups, get a platform to express their views on decisions directly affecting their lives. This fundamental right can only be honored if Government-citizen …

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Rehabilitating Wasted Land As A Result Of Sand Harvesting – Umande Trust

Chuowe beach is in Karachuonyo North Sub-County in Homabay County. It is a low lying area prone to heavy rains and flooding that leads to siltation (a high contributor of pollution to the lake). Due to high poverty levels, the community along the Chuowe beach has not taken steps to curb environmental degradation. The diminishing …

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Success WASH Project stories from Community Asset Building and Development Action (CABDA)

Spring Protection Keeps the Waters Flowing In Mundulu Village Violet Mukhavali, 43 years, a mother of five children living in Mundulu village, is a beneficiary of the Witunya spring which was protected in 2012 by SIMAVI through CABDA in Kakamega East WASH project.‘Getting clean water was unheard of in our community. I had to wake …

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Jubilation at last for Kisumu East Open Defection Free Villages – Living Water

Achieving ODF status in the Kisumu East Sub County villages has been a dream to the County Government and many WASH partners including Living Water Service Centre as an implementer working in Kisumu East. Kisumu East sub county boarders Kisumu city and it hosts a variety of social classes ranging from gated communities to simple block …

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Community Based Solutions to Enhance Sustainability of Rural Sanitation

Kenya losses USD 324 million per year due to poor sanitation (World Bank, 2012), and 19,500 Kenyans, Including 17,100 children under 5 die each year due to diarrhea. Communities’ knowledge on desirable behaviors and their willingness to adopt these desired practices are greatly influenced by their surroundings. Certain aspects and conditions must be met for these …

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