REVIEW OF KENYA WATER INSTITUTE ACT NO. 11 OF 2001

Review of KEWI Act Stakeholders workshop

The Institute initiated review of the Kenya Water Institute Act No. 11 of 2001. A Technical Committee which comprises of KEWI Management and State Counsels from the Ministry of Water, Sanitation and Irrigation has been spearheading the review exercise. The review process intends to align the Act to the 2010 Constitution and other relevant legislation like Water Act, 2016, Water Policy etc.

The review exercise started has captured views from KEWI staff, students, Management, Governing Council and legal officers from the different water sector institutions.

it is envisaged that the exercise will be escalated to public participation from the 47 counties before presentation to the Parliamentary Committee.

DEVELOPMENT OF STRATEGIC PLAN FY 2021-2025

Management has been working with the help of a Technical Team from the Ministry of Water, Sanitation and Irrigation to develop a Strategic Plan for the period 2021 – 2025 by aligning the Institutes projects and programs to the Big Four Agenda, Medium Term Plan and Vision 2030. 

Currently, the draft Strategy is ready and is awaiting final approval to start implementation.

Prof . Mohamed Elmi Chancellor Rongo University with the Director, Prof. Patrick Hayombe and Deputy Director Corporate Serivces, Mr. K. Riaga
Prof . Mohamed Elmi Chancellor Rongo University with the Director, Prof. Patrick Hayombe and Deputy Director Corporate Serivces, Mr. K. Riaga

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CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS AND EXHIBITIONS IN A GIS AND EARTH OBSERVATION SYMPOSIUM
Kenya Water Institute and Ministry of Water, Sanitation and Irrigation in partnership with other Water Sector Institutions invites you to a symposium
on the 24th and 25th of June 2021 at KEWI Main Campus, Ole Shapara Avenue, South C, Nairobi.
The purpose of this symposium is to bring together different stakeholders in the Water Industry to showcase their application of GIS and Earth
Observation as a decision-making tool, share ideas, identify opportunities yet to be exploited and gaps in the uptake of GIS and Earth Observation Technologies in the water sector.
For more details follow this link

  • Representatives from JICA and KEWI Management