RURAL WASH AND WASH FOR INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS

KIWASH works closely with county and sub-county government staff to improve WASH services in rural areas and informal settlements through technical and capacity building support coupled with targeted infrastructure investments. In the extension phase, KIWASH is updating water facility/service maps to identify non-functional systems, facilitate immediate repairs, and establish maintenance and repair processes. This activity will strengthen the collection, monitoring, and use of WASH data at the project and county government level and analyze the root causes of non-functional systems and develop lessons to help inform future interventions. KIWASH also targets to train 150 county and rural water management committee staff on improved service provision.



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