Component 2: Improving climate resilient water management systems to enhance food security in selected Counties in Kenya
The effects of climate change have led to prolonged drought , erratic rainfall drying of wetlands, seasonal rivers and water springs. This has affected several sectors such as agriculture , livestock and industries. The programme through this component focuses on adaptation activities that will improve water resources to support other sector economies.
Key result areas
- 609,527 M3 capacity water harvesting structures constructed
- Construction of 300mm pipeline approximately 9km.
- Construction of 2 irrigation schemes (Laikipia and Masinga)