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Access to safe drinking water and sanitation still remains a challenge to a majority of urban dweller especially them in informal settlement within Nairobi. Provision of Clean Water and Sanitation being one of the Millennium Development goals has made the government and others relevant parties to work towards meeting this goal.

Maji Na Ufanisi is delighted to getting into partnership with Nairobi City Water and Sewerage Company. The two got into partnership on 24th April, 2019 at the Nairobi City Water and Sewerage Company Offices in Nairobi. The Five year MoU is geared in bringing synergy towards providing quality water and sanitation to the residents of Nairobi, particularly those living in informal Settlements.

Nairobi City Water and Sewerage Company is wholly subsidiary of Nairobi City County and was incorporated in December 2003 under the companies Act CAP 486. NCWSC is mandated to providing clean water and sewerage service to the residents of Nairobi. In 2008 NCWSC formed a department named the Informal Settlements Department and elevated into Informal settlement Region (ISR) in 2015. The department is responsible for development of water and sewerage infrastructure in low-income settlements of Nairobi.

Maji Na Ufanisi on the other hand has over 20 years of working in the provision of sustainable solutions to Clean Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) to communities in Urban Informal Settlements. Their biggest agenda is in line with meeting the Millennium Development Goal 6 (Clean Water and Sanitation to all). It is said that developing countries with better access to water and sanitation have 3.7% economic growth annually. Maji Na Ufanisi intends to prepare and support development of sustainable, equitable and affordable water and sanitation services in Nairobi City (“the Service Area”) and proposes to work with NCWSC.

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