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Three out of ten households in Kenya access their drinking water from unsafe sources

Nationally, four out of 10 households (41%) access their drinking water from a piped supply, and a further three out of ten households (28%) have access to another form of “improved” water supply, such as a borehole or protected well or spring. Three out of ten (31%) access drinking water from either a surface source such as a river or lake (20%) or another type of “unimproved” source (11%).

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Clean and safe?

This brief presents data on citizens’ experience and opinions on water, sanitation and hygiene. Where do citizens access their drinking water from, and what challenges do they face in doing so? How long does it take to collect this water, and which member of the household is responsible for collection?

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Twaweza East Africa Strategy 2024-27

We are pleased to present Twaweza East Africa’s Strategy for 2024 to 2027. Our core vision remains unchanged: an open society built on the human impulse to make a difference, where information and ideas flow, all citizens engage, and authorities are accountable to the people. In such a society, citizen agency is enriched, government responsiveness is enhanced, and the relationship between citizens and their government is improved.

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