WASH

Susan Masila, KEWASNET Programme Support Specialist

Officers from the Department of Water and CSOs in WASH, Kilifi, Oriented on WASREB Rural Water Supply Guidelines by KEWASNET

Officers drawn from the department of water, Kilifi County and Civil Society Organizations in the water sector were trained on the Water Services Regulatory Board  (WASREB) Rural Water Supply guidelines from 6th to 7th July 2021. Community water schemes/initiatives in rural Kenya are faced with a myriad of challenges such as poor governance and insufficient …

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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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World Toilet Day-Sustainable Sanitation and Climate Change

Covid19 has underpinned the importance of Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) now more the ever witnessed before. With the pandemic’s onset, the importance of WASH – SDG6 is even more widely recognized and felt. Covid_19 is not just a health crisis, but also a WASH crisis and development and economic crisis. Covid_19 crisis will likely …

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