Kenya: Water kiosks for villages
Rural populations in northern Kenya suffer from acute water scarcity because the environment they live in is semi-arid. Local infrastructure is limited and a pastoralist lifestyle prevails. Water scarcity, poor water quality and opportunity costs (time spent searching for and collecting water, nutritional loss, etc.) lead to frequent water borne diseases. The plan is to investigate and install twelve water treatment systems in the form of water kiosks in partnership with the villagers.
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