Kenya is a water scarce country with per capita water availability estimated at 647m3/year against a globally recommended level of 1000m3/year. The growing water demand arising from a growing population (currently estimated at 53million
World leaders, representatives of various governments, members of the diplomatic corps, civil society groups, private sector among other stakeholders congregated in New York on 22nd to 24 March for the first UN water conference
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Endemic fluorosis predominantly caused by excessive intake of high-fluoride groundwater is a public health problem in several parts of Rift Valley and Nairobi Kenya. The fluoride level from ground water sources in these parts
As most developing nations aim to be middle-income countries by 2030, focus on industrialization becomes an inevitable agenda. Industrialization will not only improve on the living standards of the masses through creation of employment
Stakeholder Official Statement The Board of the Kenya Innovative Finance Facility for Water (KIFFWA) wishes to announce the stepping down of Mr. Joseph Murabula from his position as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the
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Kenya Innovative Finance Facility for Water(KIFFWA) is a co-developer of water initiatives in Kenya. We provide early-stage capital, finance, and technical expertise to support the creation of viable water investment opportunities and attract (private) providers of finance.