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Who We Are

Healthy 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

Healthy water towers for sustainable livelihoods.

Mission

To coordinate and oversee the protection, rehabilitation and conservation of water towers for their sustainable use.

Our Core Values

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

Our Partners

We have a responsibility to protect the rights of generations, of all species that cannot speak for themselves today. The global challenge of climate change requires that we ask no less of our leaders or ourselves ~Prof Wangari Maathai #WangariMaathaiDay #GreenSpaces #GreenCities

@Environment_Ke CS Keriako Tobiko led a tree planting exercise at Nairobi Arboretum to commemorate the Launch of the Akurinu @100Tree planting.

During the exercise over 100 assorted indigenous tree seedlings were planted to mark the beginning of 100 days tree planting activities

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Happening now! @Environment_Ke CS Keriako Tobiko arrives at Nairobi Arboretum for the Launch of the Akurinu @100 Tree Planting Initiative. The CS signed the visitors book @KeForestService offices at Arboretum & was briefed #TreesForBetterLives
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MILESTONE IN WATER TOWERS CONSERVATION

Today the Ag. Director-General Prof. Julius Tanui held a meeting with Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) CEO Mrs. Mercy Wahome at their offices in Nairobi. KUCCPS is committed to ensuring that it makes a contribution to the national 10% tree cover by the end of next year. KUCCPs has affirmed that it will adopt a block of a water tower or a kilometre of the fence in Maasai Mau. Mrs. Wahome said she will dedicate 10% of the Service’s CSR budget towards tree planting. This is in line with the Presidential Directive issued by President Kenyatta on dedicating 10% of the CSR budget towards tree planting in the country. Mrs. Wahome also added that this was in line with the institution’s Performance Contract for 2020/21.
Prof. Tanui congratulated Mrs. Wahome for taking the initiative and demonstrating passion in conserving the water towers. Mrs Wahome also raised concern that students are no longer interested in environmental courses in universities and challenged Prof Tanui to explore ways of partnership in raising awareness on these courses.

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The World Wetlands Day celebration was held at Sabaki Estuary in Magarini, Kilifi County. A total of 100,000 mangrove seedlings and propagules were planted. The event was presided over by the CS for Environment and Forestry Hon Keriako Tobiko. Chairman Dr Julius Malombe and Acting Director-General Prof. Julius Tanui also participated in the annual event. ...

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