Volume 2 | June 2017
KIWASH Updates
WASH, nutrition and agriculture highlights from USAID's Kenya Integrated Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Project

At least 4,820 people in KIWASH focus counties are now accessing basic drinking as a result of improved supply from small scale water enterprises. The enterprises often establish their businesses to fill the water supply gap found mainly in peri-urban .............>

On May 17, KIWASH hosted USAID Economic Growth Chief, Mark Carrato and Kakamega County Executive Member of Water, Hon. Robert Sumbi on a protected spring visit in Malava, Kakamega County. The spring is one of 50 under rehabilitation with USAID support  ..................>
A group of smallholder farmers in Nyakach, Kisumu County are enjoying the benefits of adopting simple farming technologies in vegetable production. Members of Biju power group are now able to provide their families with a constant supply of fresh... ....................>
On June 20, KIWASH joined the Makueni County Government and key stakeholders in launching five-year strategic plans for Kibwezi-Makindu Water and Sanitation Company Ltd (KIMAWASCO) and Wote Water and Sewerage Company (WOWASCO) ..................> 
On July 6, 2017, The Nairobi City Water and Sewerage Company (NCWSC) with support from the USAID Kenya Integrated Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (KIWASH) project will host a Sanitation Sub-Sector Investment F.. .........>

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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.