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ONGOING PROJECTS

Kiambere-Mwingi Water Supply & Sanitation Project Systems

The ongoing Kiambere-Mwingi Water Supply & Sanitation Project is funded by Italian Corporation. The project once completed will serve 56,000 people with clean water and 20,000 people with sewer system. The project components are an Intake works of  5,600m3/day capacity, a rising main of 18 km, 13 tanks, 86 Km distribution line and Mwingi town sewerage whose capacity will be 2,400m3/day.

MIGWANI WATER SUPPLY PROJECT

Migwani Water Supply Project (80% complete) in Kitui County is funded by Kenya-Italy Debt for Development Programme. The project will serve 15,000 people with clean water. The projects components were drilling of 2 boreholes, equipping of one (1) borehole, construction of 3 tanks and laying of 22Km pipeline. The daily production capacity is 992m3.

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DRILLING, EQUIPPING OF 21 BOREHOLES AND ASSOCIATED CIVIL WORKS

Under the funding of World Bank and the Government of Kenya, Tanathi Water Service Board is supervising the drilling, equipping of 21 boreholes and associated civil works in Kajiado, Makueni, Machackos, and Kitui Counties. The project is to serve 60,000 people with clean water. The project components were drilling, equipping and associated civil works (pipeline, elevated steel tank, water kiosks and pump house).

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Matungulu Water Supply Project

Matungulu Water Supply Projectis (98% complete) in Machakos County is funded by Kenya-Italy Debt for Development Programme. The project will serve 28,800 people with clean water. The project components are drilling and equipping of one borehole, construction of one Grade 9 house, laying of a 5km rising main, construction of 1,500m3 of reinforced concrete tank, laying of 15Km gravity main line, fabrication and erection of 250m3 and100m3 elevated steel tanks & construction of six water kiosks. The daily production capacity is 720m3

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Ndarugu Dam/ Water Supply Project

The Ndarugu Dam/ Water Supply Project is aimed at serving 1,500,000 people with clean water in Kiambu, Machakos and Kajiado counties. The project components will entail a 35m high dam of 225 million M3 capacity, the treatment plant of 55,000m3/day of clean water, 45km raising main of 900mmDN, 2 Booster stations, 2 RC reservoirs of 10,000m3 each and over 60km Distribution system with several tanks of different sizes. Bidding process closed on 31st Jan 2017 and the evaluation of Bidders is ongoing. The estimated cost is 20B Kenya shillings

Masinga Cluster Water Supply Project

Masinga Cluster Water Supply Projectis (5% complete) in Machakos County is funded by the National Government. The project will serve 36,000 people with clean water. The project components arelaying of 23.4 km rising main, laying of 13 km gravity distribution main,  construction of one 100m3 and two 50 m3 elevated steel tanks, construction of 200m3, 100m3 and two 50 m3 ground masonry tanks & construction of eight water kiosks. The dailyproduction capacity 560m3.

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National Drought Mitigation Response Program

The National Drought Mitigation Response Program Phase I projects are aimed at serving 16,000 people with clean water. The project entails rehabilitation of 17 boreholes, water trucking and procurement of 68 collapsible tanks for Kitui, Makueni and Kajiado Counties. Most of the projects are completed and are in the defect liability period.

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WORLD BANK PROJECTS FUNDED THROUGH ATHI WATER SERVICES BOARD

Wote, Mwala and Amboseli water supply projects entails rehabilitation and augmentation of water supplies in Mwala, Wote and Amboseli towns which will serve 26,000 people with clean water in Machakos, Makueni and Kajiado Counties. The projects are ongoing

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Equipping of Boreholes drilled by UNICEF Program

The equipping of boreholes drilled by UNICEF Program in Kitui and Kajiado will eventually serve 26,000 people with clean water and in some of the borehole sites contractors are on site through the National Government funding and others boreholes have been equipped boreholes from Kajiado County have been funded during the Phase I of the Drought programme and one borehole has been planned for in the Phase II of the Drought programme.

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