Volume 1 | April 2017
KIWASH Updates
WASH, nutrition and agriculture highlights from USAID's Kenya Integrated Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Project

A total of 65 villages in Kakamega, Kisumu, Makueni and Migori counties are on the path to being declared Open Defecation Free (ODF) after a community driven process conducted by the county ministries of .............>

Twenty two staff of the Cooperative Bank of Kenya participated in KIWASH’s training on water sector financing held on March 16 in Nairobi. The KIWASH technical finance advisor and a water sector regulatory expert ..................>
Sustainable water supply in urban areas remains a challenge because water utilities lose as much as 67 percent of their water to leaks in transmission, poor billing systems, theft and weak metering policies... ....................>
On February 10, KIWASH signed a grant agreement with a Kenyan agribusiness firm Safe Produce Solutions. The grant supports a one-year project designed to support 120 smallholder farmers to access appropriate irrigation technologies ..................> 
KIWASH in partnership with county nutrition and health departments are working to promote consumption of nutritious dense and diverse foods as well as improve food security at household level.. .........>

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USAID’s Kenya Integrated Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (KIWASH) Project works to improve the lives and health of one million Kenyans in nine counties. The five-year project (2015–2020) focuses on the development and management of sustainable water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) services and increased access to irrigation and nutrition services.