Kenya – Partners

Our Partners

Interest in the Kenya partnership has been expressed by a wide range of organizations, and the formal structure of the partnership membership and working group composition is currently being finalized.  Over 40 organizations attended the last multi-stakeholder workshop in late 2014.

In 2015, a more focused group of the most active partners was gathered to agree the partnership structure, which included the Ministry of Water and Irrigation, Water Services Trust Fund, the Global Water Partnership, Nestle, KEWASNET, KEPSA, the Kenya Flower Council, Imarisha Naivasha, and Jomo Kenyatta University.  Subsequently, Vimal Shah, CEO of Bidco and recent chair of KEPSA, has agreed to act as private sector co-chair for the Kenya 2030 WRG partnership, which represents a very positive indication of high-level support.

Kenya Cabinet Secretary for Water and Irrigation Eugene Wamalwa

Kenya Cabinet Secretary (Minister) for Water and Irrigation, Eugene Wamalwa (right) and Anders Berntell, 2030 WRG Executive Director in preparation of the upcoming Kenya 2030 WRG Partnership Launch on 12 October 2015.