Volume 8 | March 2019
KIWASH Updates
Activity highlights from USAID's Kenya Integrated Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Project
Frida Musyoka, the revenue clerk and project manager at the Kithambangii Water Project (KWP) in Kitui County, is passionate about her job. She describes it as “tough but manageable.” On her daily trips to the KWP borehole, chlorine dosing station and solar pump     .................>
For years, the Sivilia Primary School struggled to provide water to its students. The school is in hilly Navakholo village in Kakamega County. “The school did not have piped water and we relied on a river which is about a kilometer away. This meant that   ,   ... ....................>

Tindinyo Water Scheme which serves 7,800 people is growing from strength to strength courtesy of the Performance Improvement Plan (PIP) which has been their roadmap. “Happy customers mean more revenue for the Scheme. The hilly and rocky village of Tindinyo in the border of Kakamega and Nandi County sits Tindinyo Water Supply Scheme. It was started in the year 
Purity Kerubo is a laboratory technologist at the Gusii Water and Sewerage Company (GUWASCO). The company is among 13 water utilities that USAID’S Kenya Integrated Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (KIWASH) project is supporting to improve service delivery. One     . ..................> 
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.