Rain Water harvesting for MUS
Project summary
The proposed action seeks to increase access to and use of safe water for 500 people via run-off water and roof water harvesting technologies. It shall further develop methods towards acceleration through the County government through Lobby for investment in the WASH sector as well as the development of a water harvesting learning centre.
Output
  • A workable action plan for joint financing and implementation of WASH activities
  • Bring together 200 participants from the government, development actors and the local communities
  • Through study of old sand dams, evidence based long term sustainability of water harvesting techn
  • In cooperation with RAIN, SASOL will develop a case study of Wiitu river

  • start date
    01-04-2016
    end date
    31-12-2016
    Activity status
    Implementation
    Total budget
    EUR 62.223
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    01-Jan-1970
    The people of the Ikutha ward in Kitui South sub-county in Kenya are starting to get prepared to store the water falling down during the coming November rai... Read more
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    Information
    IATI identifier
    NL-KVK-34200988_WIDG_KE16_675
    Sector(s)
    Agricultural water resources
    Last updated
    01 January 1970
    Funding organisation
    Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    Accountable organisation
    RAIN foundation, SASOL Sahellian Solutions Foundation
    Implementing organisation
    Countries
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