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  • Some of the people who visited our stand during the Kenya Water Week expo, 2016 expo at Kenyatta International Convention Center.

  • Africaqua technical manager Andrew Ndai (Right) addressing visitors at our stand during the Kenya Water Week, 2016 expo at Kenyatta International Convention Center.

  • Africaqua Communications Officer David Mwaura doing a demonstration to ICDC directors led by Ag Executive Director Kennedy Wanderi during the Nairobi International Trade Fair, 2016 at Jamhuri Park.

  • ICDC chairman Francis Kimemia (Left) with ICDC Ag Executive Director Kennedy Wanderi presents certificate of participation to Africaqua Communications Officer David Mwaura. Africaqua participated in the Nairobi International Trade Fair at Jamhuri Park from October 3-9, 2016.

  • A water vendor fetching water from a stream near Isineti trading center in Kajiado county. The water is distributed in lounges and homesteads for use. The water is not fit for drinking.

  • Water jerrycans display at the Kimana Watershop. The shop sells both treated and raw water.At least 3 000 households are expected to benefit from the watershop. Each of the white collapsible and 25 litre safe water jerrycan goes for shillings 50 in Kimana.

  • Africaqua agent loading water into tuktuk at the Kimana Micro Distribution Center. The tuktuks help in the safe distribution of water to our customers. Each of the blue 25 Litre raw water jerrycan goes for shillings 20 in Kimana.

  • The water treatment system installed at the Kimana watershop. The treatment process comprises of filtration and reverse osmosis processes. Each of the four white storage tanks has a capacity of 1 000 Litres of safe water.

  • Africaqua team preparing jerrycans for water refill. The blue jerrcans are used for carrying raw water. Customers buy the 25 litre raw water jerrycan at shillings 20 and delivery is done for free.

  • Africaqua Kimana Shop attendant providing Oldoinyo Oibor Primary School pupils with Safe Drinking Water at the water shop. Africaqua has launched the girls safe water clubs in schools in Loitoktok district to ensure that the girls are incorporated in the safe water initiative.

  • Kimana residents filling collapsible water jerrycans at our Kimana Shop. We believe that it is possible for every person to get easy access to affordable safe water. Residents pay shillings 50 only for the collapsible safe water jerrycan refill.

  • Water and Irrigation CS Eugene Wamalwa (2nd Right) and other dignitaries load safe water jerrycans to one of our tuktuks. The 25 litre white safe water jerrycan refill goes for shillings 50.

  • Janet Akoth, a one safe drop initiative beneficiary holding a collapsible safe water jerrycan. She refills the jerrycan once per week at a cost of shillings 50 only, which she says is affordable.

  • Kimana Central Academy pupils reciting a poem during the clubs’ launch event on March 2, 2016. These are the first ever safe water clubs to be formed in Kenya. The club members are the safe water ambassadors.

  • Kimana Mixed School safe water club patron Gladys Peneti and club members receive certificate of participation from Water and Irrigation CS Eugene Wamalwa (Center) and Africaqua CEO David Kuria during the clubs Launch on March 2, 2016.

  • Water and Irrigation CS Eugene Wamalwa (In tie) and other dignitaries join the Africaqua team for a group photo during the Africaqua Kimana Water Shop Launch on March 2, 2016.

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