WASH First: Community Health Volunteers Training- Testimonials

KEWASNET, with support from SIMAVI international and in partnership with the Department of Health Services, Kiambu County, trained 1260 Community Health Volunteers spread across 12 sub-counties in Kiambu on Covid-19 safety-related information ranging from infection Prevention and Control, chain of transmission, referral system, home-based isolation to hygiene promotion. The training was quite successful and here …

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KEWASNET Launches Modern Hand-washing Stations at Busia and Malaba Border Points

On April 22nd, 2021, KEWASNET, through funding from WaterAid Organization, launched Modern handwashing facilities at Busia and Malaba border points, Busia County. With the outbreak of Covid-19, it becomes more and more clear that washing hands with soap and clean running water is the first defense against contracting infectious diseases which include Covid-19. Thus, organizations …

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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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