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The Water problem in Leseru Community in Kamagut, Turbo Constituency of Uasin Gishu County is set to be a thing of the past following the groundbreaking of the Leseru Community Integrated Water Supply Project.
The groundbreaking ceremony was presided over by the Permanent Secretary, State Department of Water in the Ministry Water and Irrigation Prof. Fred Segor on the 25th July, 2016 in the presence of among others the Chairman, LVNWS Hon. Joseph Lagat, CEO Eng. Alfred Amombo, the area Member of Parliament Hon. Busenei, the CEC for Water for Uasin Gishu County Madam. Njogu, and a host of leaders from the area.

The Leseru Integrated Community Project has been financed jointly by the Government of the Republic of Kenya through the Ministry of Water and Irrigation and the Italian government under the Kenya-Italy cooperation programme at a cost of over Kshs. 60 million.

The project will be implemented by Lake Victoria North Water Services Board for a period of two years is expected to help in addressing the socio-economic challenges facing Leseru community through provision of clean and portable water to the residents of the community. In order to ensure community participation and support for the success of the project, the project has a management committee which will be represented in the project implementation committee by five of its members. The five will work jointly with representatives of the Lake Victoria North Water Services Board and those from the Uasin Gishu County to ensure timely completion of the works as per the contract. The project is expected to benefit a total of over 23,000 people living in the Leseru Community including six schools with a total of 2,550 students, and a number of institutions and commercial facilities within the community.|

Speaking during the groundbreaking ceremony, the Permanent Secretary, State Department of Water in the Ministry Water and Irrigation Prof. Fred Segor lauded the Italian Government for their generosity and corporation with its Kenyan counterpart for implementation of the project. He says that through the cordial relationship that Kenya has with Italy, the country has benefited immensely from Italian Government in a number of water projects in several parts of the country through the Kenya-Italy cooperation programme.
The chairman for Lake Victoria North Water Services Hon. Joseph Lagat thanked the Principal Secretary Prof. Segor for the support of the Leseru Community project among many other projects the government was financing in his board area. He assured that the Board will ensure the programmes are implemented in time and in the most prudent manner. He called upon the County government of Uasin Gishu to keep partnering with Lake Victoria North Water Services Board in ensuring access for those who were still not getting access to clean and portable water in the county.
The Leseru Community Integrated Water Project has been designed to provide clean spring water to the members of the community for the next twenty years from the time of its completion.