Freshwater Ecosystem Functionality in Kajiado
Project summary
Project seeks to enhance access to freshwater in urban Kajiado through rainwater harvesting and improving freshwater ecosystem functionality in rural Kajiado through construction, adaptation and promotion of rainwater harvesting infrastructures. The project applies to rural Enkorika to strengthen existing interventions and make Enkorika a model for learning 3R techniques.
Output
  • 50 households supported for RWH (300 persons)
  • 10 technicians trained on roof water harvesting
  • 5 types of Soil and Water conservation infrastructures within Enkorika catchment
  • Exchange visits for Enkorika WRUA, Water point management committees, Groups involved in utilizing
  • 1000 additional persons accessing and using potable water

  • start date
    01-02-2016
    end date
    31-12-2016
    Activity status
    Implementation
    Total budget
    EUR 45.453
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    01-Jan-1970
    Lobby and advocacy on sand harvesting effects in kajiado county.
    01-Jan-1970
    Lobbying and advocacy of sand harvesting effects in kajiado county.
    01-Jan-1970
    During the past six months, multiple theoretical and practical training sessions about water storage and rainwater harvesting techniques have been held in Ka... Read more
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    Information
    IATI identifier
    NL-KVK-34200988_WIDG_KE16_676
    Sector(s)
    Agricultural water resources
    Last updated
    01 January 1970
    Funding organisation
    Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    Accountable organisation
    RAIN foundation, NIA Neighbours Initiative Alliance
    Implementing organisation
    Countries
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