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Central Rift Valley Water Works Development Agency led by the Chief Executive Officer CPA Douglas Murei joined the Cabinet Secretary for Roads, Transport and Public Works Hon. Kipchumba Murkomen and other partners for the annual 8th Chemususu Dam Half Marathon in Eldama Ravine, Baringo County.

Speaking during the Race Winners' award Ceremony at Chemususu Primary school, Hon. Murkomen assured the residents living downstream of the Chemususu Dam that the plans for the Last Mile Connectivity program for the Chemususu Water Supply are underway and that all residents will be covered.

To support the Marathon course, the Agency committed to build a classroom for Chemususu Primary School as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and contribution to the marathon. The Agency also plans to plant 3,000 indigenous tree seedlings in the degraded areas of the forest riparian areas in the coming week as part of fulfilling the presidential directive to increase forest cover.

Moreover, the Agency’s Ag. General Manager-Infrastructure Development and Management Eng. Joseph Salee participated in the 21 km half marathon that attracted the elite athletes both male and female. A section of the staff also participated in the corporate race.

Also In attendance was the NG-CDF Chairman Hon. John Olago, Governor Baringo County Benjamin Cheboi and His Deputy Eng. Felix Maiyo, MP Eldama Ravine Musa Sirma, MP Mogotio Ruben Kiborek, Women Rep Baringo County Chematia Florence among other stakeholders.

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A delegation from the Agency led by the Agency’s Chairman Hon. Ndiritu Mathenge and the acting Chief Executive Officer Douglas Murei paid a courtesy call to the Governor of the County Government of Nyandarua H. E Moses Badilisha.

The two sides deliberated key issues affecting Nyandarua County on matters Water and Sanitation which includes Projects Handover.

The Governor in the same breath appreciated the involvement of county in the decision-making process on matters pertaining to project implementation.

“Involving the County aids the Agency in projects implementation and the value it will carry on the beneficiary communities once completed,” he said.

The Agency reiterated its commitment to increasing access to clean water and to continue working with the county leadership to make sure that the vision is realized.

The delegation later inspected the Olkalou Water and Sewerage System in Olkalou town that is ready for commissioning.

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Central Rift Valley Water Works Development Agency Chairman, Board members and a section of the management yesterday made a courtesy call to the Governor of Narok County, H E Patrick Ole Ntutu to deliberate on a number of water and sanitation programs in the County. The delegation, led by the Agency Chair, Hon Ndiritu Mathenge had fruitful discussions with the County team in Narok, where issues related to the newly completed Narok Sewerage Project, nearly completed Kilgoris-Lolgorian Water Project, Ilkimaniki and Inkorionito dams and other urban and rural projects were discussed. The Narok County premier appreciated the working relationship with the Agency and pledged his full support together with his team. The agency acting CEO CPA Douglas Murei gave an elaborate presentation of the water and sanitation map of the County.

The Governor was accompanied to the meeting by his Chief of Staff, Francis Wanyeki and Water Chief Officer William Loigero. The Agency team also included acting GM Infrastructure Development and Management Joseph Salee, Managers William Sakuda and Carlos Cheluget.

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On 27th November 2023, The African Development Bank (AfDB) conducted the second Bi-Annual Supervision Mission for the Kenya Towns Sustainable Water Supply and Sanitation Program- -Rift Valley Cluster, implemented by Central Rift Valley Water Works Development Agency.

The mission, that started by a consultative meeting at a Narok Hotel, brought together the bank, implementing Water Works Development Agencies under the cluster, the beneficiary County Governments and their respective Water Companies to evaluate the implementation status and the impact of the water and sanitation projects under the program.

The three-day AfDB supervision mission was led by Bank program task Manager Eng. Emily Kilongi among other officials from the National Treasury and the Ministry of Water. The program presentations and tours, coordinated by the CRVWWDA acting CEO Douglas Murei, were geared towards providing the stakeholders with a comprehensive overview of the progress of the projects and components within the program.

The KTSWSSP in the country is funded by both the AfDB and the Government of Kenya, whose Rift Valley cluster comprises water and sanitation projects and studies in 23 counties.

In attendance are Chief Executive Officers/representatives from North Rift Valley, Lake Victoria South and Lake Victoria North Water Works Development Agencies, County Executive Committee Members incharge of Water from a number of the County Governments and management teams from benefiting water companies. The mission will also be visiting a number of projects in Narok, Nyamira and Kisii Counties.

Central Rift Valley Water Works Development Agency yesterday joined the President of the Republic of Kenya, H.E William Ruto and other Kenyans in supporting goat farming in Baringo County during the annual Kimalel Goat Auction at Kimalel Grounds Baringo County.

The Baringo County 9th annual Kimalel Goat Auction and cultural festival, themed "Harmony of Heritage: celebrating unity in diversity", saw more than 3,000 hybrid goats sold.

The majority of Baringo County is considered as semi arid and farmers heavily depend on resilient indigenous livestock for sustainable development.

The Agency has continued to provide sustainable water infrastructure in the county by implementing various water projects ranging from Dams, Boreholes, Pans and Last Mile Connectivity programs targeting more than 400,000 residents and 650,000 heads of livestock.

The Agency's chairman Hon. Ndiritu Mathenge, director Hon. Dr. Daniel Tuitoek and the acting Chief Executive Officer CPA. Douglas Murei was in attendance.

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The Central Rift Valley Water Works Development Agency (CRVWWDA) is one of the nine (9) Water Works Development Agencies in Kenya and was formed under Section 65 of the Water Act, 2016. It was established through Kenya Gazette Notice No. 4 dated 7thFebruary 2020. The region served by the Agency comprise of the five Counties of Nakuru, Narok, Laikipia, Baringo and Nyandarua.

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