Rural women and single mothers are the poorest among women in Western region of Kenya, The status of rural communities of Kakamega & Kisumo is very low. Majority of poor rural families facing contamination in drinking water. AHD will provide initial 500 Nadi filter unit to Kakamega & Kisumo Counties within next 06 months. The objective of Nadi filter technology promotion in rural Kenya to help people to access safe and clean drinking water at their household level.
Kisumo slum area families and widows facing worst situation of safe drinking water, in remote and rural areas of Kisumo County people drinking contaminated water, even in western region of Kenya facing same conditions of contamination in drinking water. problems persist. Sadly, water-borne diseases such as cholera, dysentery and typhoid contribute to numerous deaths every year. Kisumu's water production is not keeping pace with its rapid population growth. AHD want to help rural Kenyan families
Association for Humanitarian Development introduced safe drinking Nadi filter with poor slum areas based families and find very good response back, AHD will help rural Kisumo & Kakamega Counties to install quickly 500 Nadi filter water units in some 500 poor families about 5,000 people to access to safe and clean drinking water at their household level. the people will be saved from waterborne diseases
This project empowers poor communities and single mothers to gain resilience on difficult situations in life while drinking contaminated water at their household level. About 500 families will be skilled and trained to install and use life time based technology of Nadi filter units. Through this Nadi filter no more sickness in women and children under 5 years of age.