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Homa Bay to Benefit from Sh185m USAID water project

Homa Bay will benefit from a sh185 million water project funded by USAID to enhance supply to residents.

The project seeks to provide basic drinking water services to more than 50,000 residents and improve water resource management for people in the region.

Governor Gladys Wanga said project is key as it will supplement the county government’s efforts to deliver water services to Homa Bay residents in the urban and rural areas.

She was speaking during the signing of a public private partnership MoU with USAID Kenya at her office, in regards to the Western Kenya Water Project.

“We are very happy to be part of the 8 counties in the lake region that will benefit from the USAID funded Western Kenya Water Project,” Wanga said, adding that the project will strengthen the county’s policy framework in water management.

She further her administration is ready to work closely with the private sector to move forward with the water distribution agenda.

USAID deputy head of the project Calvince Kodera said the programme will support the county’s mission to provide clean and safe water for drinking for the next five years.

He said that USAID will partner with Homa Bay and lake region counties project to help increase sustainable quality water services while enabling better management of water resources.

“Both parties have agreed to work towards improving lives and health of Homa Bay residents for a five year period,” Kodera said.

He further added both parties are commited to enhance improved access to Water Sanitation and Health services with more than 50,000 residents to receive safe basic water drinking services.

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