The CS Ministry of Water & Sanitation Hon. Simon Chelugui among others when they paid a courtesy call to the Uasin Gishu County Governor H.E. Hon. Jackson Manadago

The CS Ministry of Water & Sanitation Hon. Simon Chelugui accompanied by Vihiga County Governor Hon. Wilberforce Ottichilo Ground Breaking of Kaimosi Water Supply Projec

CS Water & Sanitation visits the LVNWSB stand during the 2018 World Water Day Celebrations held at the Mwasere Girls High School, Voi Sub-County, Taita-Taveta County

Kakamega Water Supply System in Chepsonoi - Tindinyo

The Deputy President H.E. William S. Ruto presiding over the Commissioning of The Ellegerini Pipeline & Expansion of Kapsoya Treatment Works in Eldoret town, Uasin Gishu County.

'The Board of Directors and Management of LVNWSB in a retreat for development of various policies at The English Point Hotel in Mombasa'


Commissioning of the Chwele-Terem-Nalondo Water Supply Project in Bungoma County

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Terem-Nalondo-Chwele Water Supply Project has been officially commissioned.

30 October 2018

Terem-Nalondo-Chwele Water Supply Project was officially commissioned

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The new project proposes to incorporate pumping machines and controls in all the schemes to improve efficiency, increase capacity and reduce operational costs. In addition, the water tanks shall be constructed for all the supplies to enable improved storage. The project also has a metering component in all the Schemes to help in reduction of Non-revenue water, and therefore realize improved and sustainable service delivery. The project also proposes an alternative system, the hydropower generation in three water supplies (Mbale, Maseno and Kaimosi) to supplement the power system during supply interruptions and breakdowns.

It has earmarked rehabilitation works for Mbale, Maseno and Kaimosi Water Supply systems. Works targeted in the programme include rehabilitation of electromechanical systems, new hydro turbines as appropriate and increase in storage facilities and distribution lines.

The Programme shall be financed partly through a loan and a grant from the Belgium government at a cost of KShs. 1.5 billion. All the preliminary financing agreements have been done and only awaiting approvals and rolling out of the programme, which is expected to in the course of the year.