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’S TRAINING IN TSAVO BEARS FRUITS:FINDINGS FROM A FOLLOW-UP SURVEY

CENTER’S TRAINING IN TSAVO BEARS FRUITS:FINDINGS FROM A FOLLOW-UP SURVEY

A follow-up survey was conducted through questionnaire interviews, administered to former participants of the WRUA training on IWRM, which had been implemented by JKUAT’s WARREC in April 2014. The follow up was conducted in November 2014 in the Tsavo river catchment, with participation of WRMA, Nolturesh Lumi Sub-regional office, Loitokitok. It emerged that after the training, most WRUA leaders had implemented the knowledge of the training, and this had started to bear fruits.             Feedback Workshop for the follow-up survey           Participants at the Feedback workshop in WRMA offices,  Loitokitok During the… Continue reading →

Grant from WWF-EN for training WRUAS in Tsavo

Grant from WWF-EN for training WRUAS in Tsavo

 Preamble This was a training Workshop for Water Resource Users’ Associations (WRUAs) in the Tsavo River sub-catchment and respective stakeholders. The workshop was organized by JKUAT, through its Water Research and Resource Center (WARREC), in collaboration with the Water Resources Management Authority (WRMA), Tsavo Sub-Regional Office. This activity was co-financed by the World Wide Fund – Education for Nature ((WWF-EFN) of USA. The workshop was held at the WRMA conference hall in Loitokitok town, Kajiado County, from 13th – 17th April 2014. Main Objective of the Workshop The main Objective was to build the capacity… Continue reading →