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 company to pursue other interests effective 30th September 2022.
As the first CEO of KIFFWA, Joseph has been an exemplary leader, diligently executing his roles in the setup, growth, development, and success of the organization. His high level of integrity and dedication has enabled KIFFWA retain its partners, the Embassy of the Kingdom of Netherlands (EKN) and the Netherlands Water Partnership (NWP) since KIFFWA’s inception. The Board would like to extend their sincere appreciation to Joseph for his dedicated service to KIFFWA which has delivered significant accomplishments thus far.
The Board would like to assure the partners, development agencies and stakeholders that KIFFWA has very strong foundation, systems and capable human resource that will continue to deliver its mandate with excellence. Additionally, KIFFWA has a well-structured succession planning strategy that assures of its business continuity and growth. As part of the Business Continuity Plan, Joseph has been elevated as a Non-Executive Director at KIFFWA as from 1st October 2022, to assist in facilitating the transition plan. Duncan Onyango will take over as the acting CEO of KIFFWA in the interim.
KIFFWA will continue to work with its partners and all stakeholders to deliver its mandate of catalyzing investments into climate-resilient water initiatives by providing financial and technical support.