Institutional Strengthening of SearNet
Project summary
Problems commonly encountered, and recommendations for more sustainable RWH projects in Kenya have been detailed throughout this report. The intended goal of this effort is to see the continued acceleration and scaling up of RWH as a viable practice to meet Kenya’s water needs. This will work to spark economic growth in the country and to realize the Millennium Development Goals.
Output
  • An inventory of rainwater harvesting practices
  • A map of the geographical distibution of RWH interventions
  • An updated directory of key stakeholders promoting RWH
  • A report on factors contributing to the promotion of RWH
  • A policy brief on lessons leaned

  • start date
    06-02-2012
    end date
    unknown
    Activity status
    Post-completion
    Total budget
    EUR 47.485
    Project updates Add an update
    01-Jan-1970
    Malesu is programme coordinator of the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) where he works to promote rainwater harvesting in Eastern and Southern Africa and Sout... Read more
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    IATI identifier
    NL-KVK-34200988_DWDG_KE12_469
    Sector(s)
    Agricultural water resources
    Last updated
    11 April 2014
    Funding organisation
    Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    Accountable organisation
    RAIN foundation, SEARNET
    Implementing organisation
    Countries
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