Germany to Provide $115 Million for Water, Sanitation in Kenya

6 Oct 2014 by OOSKAnews Correspondent
NAIROBI, Kenya
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The German government, through its international development cooperation agency, GIZ, will provide some $115.1 million USD for water and sanitation projects in Kenya between 2014 and 2017.Some 1.8 million people throughout Kenya have already gotten access to water services through Kenyan-GIZ partnerships.The new funding is in addition to the existing $175 million USD worth of German-funded projects in Kenya.Currently, some 400,000 people in Kitale, Webuye, Bungoma, Kakamega, Busia and Nambale are being supplied with clean water for domestic and agricultural use under a joint program of the German Embassy in Kenya and Lake Victoria North Water Services Board...

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