Over 5,000 Kenyans in Ganze, Kilifi County to Benefit from Rehabilitated Mahumba Water Project

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The national government, through the Coast Development Authority, has partnered with Kilifi County in an effort to increase access to clean water in Ganze by implementing the Mahumbo water plan.

The project will benefit over 5,000 people and open up new opportunities for growth in the region.

Last month, CDA floated a tender for the proposed rehabilitation and expansion of the water project in an attempt by the new administration to solve the water problem in Ganze constituency.

The Kenya Kwanza administration is seeking to achieve the right to water for every Kenyan by 2027 through community water projects, with an emphasis on harvesting and recycling.

This is to improve access to sufficient, safe, acceptable, physically accessible, and affordable water for personal and domestic use. 

“This will be done by shifting focus from large dams to household and community water projects, with emphasis on harvesting and recycling,” the Kenya Kwanza manifesto states.

President Ruto has previously explained how water is a key enabler of agriculture but termed dam projects as lacking value for money.

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