In-field Training Rainwater Harvesting in Kenya
Save the Date! June 21-27, 2018
Following the successful symposium in 2015, RAIN is organizing a training on water harvesting technologies in Kenya, with the support of ICRAF and ZOA. The training will take place in the field and is focused on practical experiences, explained by local and international experts.

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RAIN Announces: In-Field Training Rainwater Harvesting in Kenya
By: Rain editor | January 25th, 2018
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By: RAIN editor | August 11th, 2017
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