Absence of a formula based approach to budget allocation at the Ministry of Water and Irrigation has led to large inequities for water access in Kenya, with the poor paying more compared to the rich, and millions going without adequate access everyday. This finding is contained in a new analytical brief in which analysts have aggregated facts from a range of credible sources to demonstrate that persistent inequalities in access to water services in Kenya can be quickly reduced if an approach that links investments and resource allocation to needs rather than political weight is adopted and implemented.
- Access to water in Kenya | 757.07 KB
- Kuleta usawa katika upatikanaji wa maji nchini Kenya | 572.04 KB
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