Wakili Samuel Keter (on left on photo) nominates himself for RainSafe to #FightInequality. With the RainSafe, he will #makerainsafe for himself so that the municipal water he currently uses may be used by the underserves. Additionally, he nominates Lelaitich settlement scheme in Soin Ward, Sigowet/Soin Constituency Kericho District because they are a water starved village. […]
We acknowledge the big contribution from Aiesec UoN towards #FightInequality. They are influencing organizations to #makerainsafe, consume the safe rainwater and even allow others to use their (organizations’) excess safe rainwater. When the organisations (eg hotels, banks, mobile phone service provider etc) do this, they free a lot of municipal water. The free water is […]
By Sandra Matata, AFS Preparations for the toilets to be put up in Kericho are underway with the Kenya Roads Board promising to send us a ‘positive’ letter in response to our email. Raha Solutions has started negotiations with a dealer in containers, CONTECH， regarding design of the toilets (see above). We decided on containers […]
Recall that CS Samuel Keter nominated roads in Kerich County for toilets. Recall also that we contacted roads authorities regarding the nomination. We are happy to announce that Kenya Roads Board called us to say that they were sending us a ‘positive’ letter in response to our email. Based on the call from Kenya Roads […]
Recall Mr Keter (on the left on photo above) proposed Safaricom to mark free of charge our work on Kitere Community water. We are happy to announce that we have contracted a company that will move to site as soon as weather conditions improve a bit.The ground is currently very wet, a condition that may […]
RaHa joins Fight Inequality Alliance (FIA) because they #FightInequality. FIA is a global coalition which has organized a number of activities, including the global Fight Inequality Week of Action, to focus global attention on the scourge of inequality at regional, national, and local levels. We #FightInequality whenever we #MakeWinners out of the water starved and […]
While nominating St. Timothy Bunyere Primary School for rooftop rainwater harvesting, Cecilia Nambalirwa (in photo above) proposed that Humanity For Good marks the harvesting system with their name and or logo (Humanity for Good). The marking and promoting of the project is contributions to the project by Humanity For Good. Cecilia said, “to ‘Even It […]
Cecilia Nambalirwa has nominated Kyassonko Primary School for toilet. Cecilia is a fellow of Building Tomorrow Uganda. As a fellow, her work is enviable. She works in four schools found in a hard to reach areas. She has to solve the challenges faced by the schools and villages around the schools. She works with the headteachers […]
On Tuesday 2 May 2018, roads in Kericho county were nominated for toilets – in line with recent Kenya Ministry of Health directive that service providers, road service providers included, must provide their clients with toilets for use free of charge. In the nomination, Mr. Sammy Keter proposed Saos Security firm. The security firm will […]
We are please to announce that DW News has today featured us again. This time the subject is rainwater harvesting. Enjoy.
Today CS. Samuel Keter, Esq, CPS (K), on the left in photo, nominates Kiptere Water Community for RaHa Solutions. He proposes Safaricom PLC to mark their tank. The project is designed to cover a 16 square kilometre radius when it’s completed and 20,000 people will benefit from it. So far, only phase one of the project […]
We have emailed this to Kenya State Department of Interior State Department of Interior Harambee House, Harambee Avenue P.O Box 30510,00100 Nairobi. Tel: +254-20-2227411 Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org RE: PROVISION & MAINTENANCE OF TOILETS IN POLICE CHECK POINTS Recently, Kenya Ministry of health issued directive for managing human excreta and urine within service providing areas. Police […]
Yesterday, we formally presented to Kenya ActionAid and Government our intention to line water tank and build toilet in Kyuasini Primary School. ActionAid’s Lawrence Mwachidudu instructed us to do so in a meeting at the school. The meeting was on 12-04-2018 inside the proposed girls’ boarding facility. ActionAid was represented by Lawrence and Catherine Mbiti. […]
In response to our open letter to Kenya Roads Board – PROVISION & MAINTENANCE OF TOILETS ALONG ROADS FOR FREE USAGE – some of you have suggested that SANI SOLAR on the road sides should be seat-less. Our response is as follows. Attitudes towards public toilets have shifted significantly over the last years. Society has […]
Yesterday, we shared this on facebook and we received many of your responses. Such emptying services exist because each of us, especially in Karen, pours 11L of water in toilets, every time we add just 1/2kg of faeces and urine in the toilets –– this is water we don’t have much of. We should not […]
This morning, DW featured SANI SOLAR in news regarding Kenya government directive on free public toilets – banks, hotels, supermarkets and other various establishments have been given one month by the government to provide free sanitation to all their clients.
In the Standard, there is a story that will make you Even It Up now, especially because doing so is cost free to you.
LINER We are please to announce that our USA friend, Climate, Inc., are sending Rivertex® APO670 to Kyuasini Primary School. Climate’s CEO/President, Rex Hayes (in photo), has just written to inform us about this. Rivertex® APO670 has attained full WRAS certification following successful completion of BS6920 testing. The Water Regulations Advisory Scheme (WRAS) certification is granted […]
LINER We sent measurements of the tank in Kyuasini Primary School to our USA friends, Climate, inc. Climate are currently in processes of sending PVC liner to Kenya for lining the tank. PVC liner and bladder materials have an outstanding lifetime and they are highly resistant to weather impact. Molecular structure provides protection over a long […]
Report by: Anita Lukorito Walk in some schools in Makueni County on a normal school day and you will see poor attendance for girls in comparison to that of boys since most of them are restricted to homesteads to attend to household chores. The situation is such worrying that cases of early pregnancies and early […]