KAM Participated in the 2nd Kenya – German Water and Wastewater Week from 9th October to 13th October 2017 in Nairobi.
The water week sought to initiate knowledge transfer and exchange experiences whilst creating synergies to enhance the quality of water and wastewater management in Kenya.
Speaking during the opening session, Ministry of Water and Irrigation CS, Mr. Eugene Wamalwa noted that the government is working on measures to cover the water demand deficit in the country. “Water plays a critical role in the development of our country, cutting across domestic and industrial use. Kenya’s water demand is growing faster than supply, however, The government is working on long lasting solution to cover the deficient”, noted Mr. Wamalwa.
The event brought together Kenyan and German private sector, political decision makers, representatives of water utilities and technology experts from Germany.