Written by sonal on August 19, 2020

Over the years, there have been many efforts to provide mechanisms for water and related sector coordination, to monitor project implementation, enhance synergy and complementarity, and enhance inclusive decision making among WASH stakeholders in Kajiado County. These efforts have borne some fruit, albeit the county continues to grapple with coordination challenges that include duplication of interventions, and lack of sustainable WASH interventions.
Improvement of Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) infrastructure, and appropriate health-seeking behaviour are necessary for achieving sustained control, elimination, or eradication of many neglected tropical diseases, as well as water security. The objective of this briefing paper is to inform the key sector actors; policy/decision makers at county and national level, and WASH/WRM stakeholders, on the importance of multi-stakeholder forums for WASH/ Water Resources Management (WRM) to achieve sustainable WASH services provision.

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