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Final Evaluation: Kenya 2015

Improvement of Water Supply and Hygiene in Drought Prone Areas in Kenya

(June 2015) This study assess amongst others in how far the project’s intervention of installing rain water harvesting and storage systems has led to an improvement of water availability in the draught prone project area.

The BMZ funded project “Improvement of Water Supply and Hygiene in Drought Prone Areas in Kenya” is a community led program for communities affected by extended dry spells and recurring droughts in the counties of Kajiado, Makueni and Kitui. The program located in the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector aims at improving water availability through enhanced rain water harvesting (RWH) and storage to bridge dry season drinking water gaps and to mitigate the over use of alternative water sources especially in dry periods.

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Final Evaluation: Kenya 2015
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