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Who We Are

Conserved water towers: Our shared heritage

Kenya Water Towers Agency (KWTA) is a State Corporation mandated to coordinate and oversee the protection, rehabilitation, conservation and sustainable management of water towers in Kenya. The Agency falls under the Ministry of Environment and Forestry and was established in 2012 through provisions of the Kenya Gazette Supplement No. 27, Legal Notice No. 27 of 20th April 2012.

Mara River at the Source in Eastern Mau Water Tower

Vision

Conserved water towers for sustainable development

Mission

To coordinate and oversee the protection, rehabilitation and conservation of water towers

Our Core Values

  • Leadership
  • Passion
  • Dependability
  • Integrity
  • Teamwork
  • Sustainability

Our Partners

During this rainy season take an opportunity to plant a tree and even further nurture the tree.
At the moment Kenya continues to lose about 12,000 hectares of forest each year.
Accordingly, about 12 percent of the land area which was originally
covered by forests has been lost.

H.E President Uhuru Kenyatta has today planted a commemorative tree at Westlands Primary School, during a tour of the institution. This was part of the Global Partnership for Education (GPE), an initiative which Kenya and the United Kingdom will utilize to raise funds to...

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7 days ago

Miriam Adam

Ooh my!! Look what Nairobi Water is supplying us with!!! God have mercy on us. Leaving taps running for two hours now waiting for water to clear. Imagine staying for four days without water n this is what we are getting*😭
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Ecosystem services obtained from water towers include provision of carbon sinks for climate change mitigation, water purification and storage for recharge of springs and rivers, and reservoirs of biodiversity. Some water towers support transboundary ecosystems. For example, the Mau Forest Complex supports the Mara-Serengeti ecosystem. ...

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