Nairobi Residents Experience Water Rationing as Dam Levels Drop
Nairobi residents will continue spending more on water as the utility provider has said that rationing will last longer since the ongoing rains have failed to lift levels at the city's Ndakaini Dam.
Nation, 10 April 2018
Several parts of the country will continue receiving moderate rainfall for the next seven days, according to Kenya Meteorological Department. Read more »
A water vendor pulls a hand cart with jerricans containing water at Kaloleni estate in Nairobi.
Nairobi News, 5 April 2018
Nairobi residents will continue to spend more on water as the utility provider said rationing will last longer as the ongoing rains have failed to lift levels at the city's main… Read more »
Nairobi News, 15 March 2018
Nairobians are questioning why rain water is not being harvested in dams to offer reprieve during the constant water rationings. Read more »
Capital FM, 5 March 2018
The government is set to launch a National Water Storage and Harvesting Authority in a bid to improve rainwater collection and stocking. Read more »
Nairobi News, 5 March 2018
Kenyans have been urged to make maximum use of the current rains and to collect as much water as possible. Read more »
The water problems being experienced are reportedly a result of prolonged drought, degradation of catchment, and global warming, which has contributed to erratic weather patterns ... Read more »