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Water does not come from the tap. Water is everybody's business

Journey of Water is a national campaign to raise public understanding of water as an invaluable natural resource which is severely constrained. The campaign focuses on the conservation of rivers from their sources through to our taps. It calls on communities, government agencies and non-state actors to collectively participate in conserving water sources for enhanced access, quality and quantity.

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WHY DOES IT MATTER

Water scarcity in Kenya is a growing challenge. With the current per capita water supply set to drop from 647 cubic metres per annum to 235 cubic meters by 2025 due to climate change and population growth the challenge is abound to deepen further.

WHAT IS WWF- KENYA DOING?

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Developments in the water sector are often planned and implemented in silos rather than in an integrated approach.WWF-Kenya is leading awareness campaigns on water security, access, quality and quantity by bringing together various stakeholders in the water sector to take collective action in championing for integrated water resource management across the country. 

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WHAT CAN YOU DO?

We call on every Kenyan to join the Journey of Water Campaign by donating to the the initiative or adopting and conserving a river around their neighbourhood

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