• Tana River Bears the Cost of Development

    January 15, 2020

    Geoffrey KamadiFirst Published by Science Africa January 15, 2020 It could easily pass for anybody’s idea of paradise on earth. The lush vegetation lining River Tana’s banks is so luxurious, that movement is made near-impossible at certain sections of the river channel. No two mdau boats (dug-out canoes made usually from the almond tree (Terminalia catappa) trunk […]

  • Kenya: Low Knowledge Levels On Water and Integrity Reported, Despite Huge Funding In the Sector

    March 21, 2014

    Mary Mwendwa March 21, 2014 Many Kenyans have no idea of where to get quality services on water related issues despite the huge financing the sector has attracted in the recent times; Water experts have noted. Climate change phenomena and poor planning and pollution are some of the factors that have left many Kenyan’s taps […]

  • Nanyuki Town Water Supply: A Pride to Its Residents

    October 15, 2012

    Sarah Tumwebaze and Joseph Ngome October 15, 2012 Unlike other cities and towns in Kenya that experience acute water shortage daily, Nanyuki town residents are a happier lot. They have smiling faces because their water supply is running every day and they receive adequate and clean water for their domestic use and other industrial purposes. […]