Disability and Social Inclusion for Sustainable WASH and WRM

Whereas most narratives of disability in Kenya stress barriers and exclusion, some Kenyans with disabilities appear to show resilience and have stories of success to tell. Mr. Abdallah Sopai is one of the persons with disabilities who is visually impaired and has come out as a community change agent in the WASH sector in Kwale …

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Sex For Water – COVID 19

“Sex for Water” may sound outrageous, however, this is a reality in the lives of many women, who have to give into the advances made by men– just to get access to water. Something that is their right, but denied and how! When water is not available at home, the burden of water-collection usually falls …

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Equity and Inclusion

Through the development of sensitization messages with local partners , WPM information developed in a very easy to read manner, with colors, charts, and photographs,infographs , organizing public campaigns and debates on the right to water and sanitation, KEWASNET aimed at generating evidence on the potential benefits arising from recognition and implementation of WASH activities …

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Training Workshop for WASH CSOs on Integrity, Quality and Compliance

On the 19th to 22nd of May 2015, Kenya Water and Sanitation Civil Societies Network (KEWASNET) in collaboration with CEWASorganized a two day training workshop for its members on Integrity, Quality and Compliance in WASH projects of Kenyan Civil Society Organizations at the Kilima Safari Camp in Amboselli. The training which saw several member organizations …

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