Lake Victoria South

 RAILA LAUNCHES OTONGLO-WATER SUPPLY PROJECT

RAILA LAUNCHES OTONGLO-WATER SUPPLY PROJECT

Africa Union High Representative for Infrastructure Development Rt. Hon. Raila Odinga today officially launched the Otonglo-Riat Water Supply Project implemented by Lake Victoria South Water Works Development Agency. Phase one of the project expected to cost KShs 92 million will…

 GROUND BREAKING OF KASGUNGA WATER SUPPLY PROJECT

GROUND BREAKING OF KASGUNGA WATER SUPPLY PROJECT

Ministry of Water, Sanitation and Irrigation Water Secretary Eng. Samuel Alima presided over the groundbreaking ceremony of Kasgunga Water Supply Project in Homa Bay County on 20th May, 2022. The project will serve Kasgunga East, Kasgunga Central & Kasgunga West.…

 LVSWWDA PARTICIPATES AT AFRICITIES CONFERENCE

LVSWWDA PARTICIPATES AT AFRICITIES CONFERENCE

Lake Victoria South Water Works Development Agency (LVSWWDA) was part of a history making process when it chose to participate in the 9th Edition of Africities Summit that took place from 17th to 21st May, 2022 in Kisumu County.The Agency…

 COMMISSIONING OF HOMA BAY CLUSTER WATER SUPPLY PROJECT

COMMISSIONING OF HOMA BAY CLUSTER WATER SUPPLY PROJECT

Homa bay County now boasts of additional water following the commissioning of a new project. African Union High Representative for Infrastructure Development Rt. Hon Raila Odinga together with Cabinet Secretary Ministry of Water, Sanitation and Irrigation Sicily Kariuki (Mrs), EGH…

 KISUMU COUNTY WATER MASTER PLAN DEVELOPED

KISUMU COUNTY WATER MASTER PLAN DEVELOPED

Lake Victoria South Water Works Development Agency (LVSWWDA) has developed a Water Resources and Wastewater Management Master Plan for Kisumu County. This is part of the objectives of Lake Victoria South Water and Sanitation (LVWATSAN) programme being implemented in Kisumu…

Kisii Water Supply and Expansion Works

Kisii County has an area of 1317km and a population of 1,152,282 people according to 2009 census. Water coverage in Kisii Town, the largest urban center in the county, is currently at 63% but is expected to increase to about…

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