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Kenya govt to scale up Othaya sewerage system

Friday, 14 Feb 2020
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The government of Kenya has envisaged plans to scale up the Othaya sewerage system. The government will infuse USD 5,98,000 towards the expansion works. The project is currently in Phase-III and expected to be completed by July 2020.

The project is a part of the Small Towns Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Programme. Under the programme, the Kenyan government is planning to rehabilitate the drinking water supply system in the towns of Bondo, Siaya, Othaya, Mukurwe-ini, Maua, Kitui, Matuu and Kithimani.

The pipeline will be laid from the town and cover eight km to the sewerage treatment site. The entire project, funded by the African Development Bank, will cost more than USD three million. The completion of the sewer system will pave the way to desilting Chinga dam.

The dam supplies water for consumption for residents of both Othaya and Mukurwe-ini constituencies. The first two phases of the project will be completed in FY21 while the subsequent phases will be completed in coming years.

Upon completion, the sewer will be useful to local investors who are building multi-storey houses to meet the growing housing demand. The project is also expected to improve water supply and access to sanitation in Kenya as the government aims to achieve 70 percent water coverage by 2022.

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