Nthunguni Spring Project

by Kenya Water, Energy Cleanliness and Health Project


KWENCH will work with the Nthunguni Water Project self-help group to develop water from a perennial spring and distribute it to 17 water points. At present, the village of Mumani has no developed water system at all. The project will also contain sanitation, hygiene and livelihood components.
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The village of Mumani has no developed water supply.


We will construct a water storage and distribution system with 17 water points. Additional water points may be added later.

Long-Term Impact

Women will spend less time gathering water. Rats of water-related diseases will decrease as a result of a clean water source, clean toilets with handwashing stations and hygiene eduction. Farmers stand to double their productivity by using compost generated by the composting toilet blocks. Jobs will be created at the water points selling water and at the composting toilets cleaning the toilets and collecting user fees.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a DOCX file (projdoc.docx).



Organization Information

Kenya Water, Energy Cleanliness and Health Project

Location: Nairobi, . - Kenya
Project Leader:
Constance Hunt
Executive Director
Nairobi, Nairobi County Kenya

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