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The water crisis in Kenya
is mainly due to poor management of water resources, under-investment, inequitable allocation of public funds, deforestation and little or no infrastructure. Ironically, there is enough clean water in Kenya for six times its population. The issue is access and delivery.

Our approach is to develop partnerships with communities and use the construction of new fresh water systems to enrich education and facilitate resource management in rural communities. In our view, if the water crisis in Kenya is ever going to be solved, part of the solution must come from each community’s ability to manage its own resources.

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