WATER AND ENVIRONMENTAL COOPERATION MoU SIGNED

WATER AND ENVIRONMENTAL COOPERATION MoU SIGNED

WATER AND ENVIRONMENTAL COOPERATION MoU SIGNED Ministry of Environmental Water and Natural Resources (MEWNR), Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, University of Nairobi and Kenya Rainwater Association (KRA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to foster cooperation on Water and Environmental issues. This function was held at the Ministry of Environment, Water and Natural Resources Headquarters, Maji house Nairobi on 20th March 2015 This is a quadripartite MoU whose objective is to upscale research, training, innovation, science and technology transfer in the Water and Environmental sector in Kenya and any other areas of mutual… Continue reading →

WARREC participates in the India- Africa experience sharing international workshop on

On 25th – 27th February 2015, the Water Research and Resource Center (WARREC) took part in an  a Sustainable Water  Experience sharing workshop entitled “India- Africa experience sharing international workshop on ‘Mainstreaming Sustainable Water Management” held in New Delhi, India. WARREC was represented by the Director, Prof. Bancy Mati and she presented a paper on “Urban Rainwater Harvesting Including Water Conservation and Lake Management in Kenya” Urban Water Harvesting in Kenya-Prof Bancy Mati

Center Represents the University in the Restoration of Athi River

Center Represents the University in the Restoration of Athi River

In order to reverse the worrisome declining trend in the quality of the waters of Athi River, WRMA with its stakeholders has launched a special program dubbed “ Athi River restoration Program” under the theme “ A clean Athi River: My Responsibility” ( Kiswahili: Usafi wa Mto Athi: Uhai Wangu, Jukumu Langu). JKUAT took part in this initiative and was represented by the Director Water Research and Resource Center (WARREC) Prof. Bancy Mati.     The program with the goal to protect water resources from diverse impacts in collaboration with stakeholders for sustainable development was… Continue reading →