A Prosperous and Attractive County in Kenya and Beyond.
To serve and improve people’s livelihoods through good leadership, innovative technology and efficient infrastructure.
To increase access to clean and safe water
Environmental management and protection
To protect and conserve the environment
Natural resource management
To sustainably manage and conserve forests
To increase access to electricity and promote the use of green energy.
|S/No||Project Name||Activities||Objectives||Start Date||Expected End date||Estimated cost(KSH)||expenditure/||Commitment||Implementation status||Remarks|
|1||Kaprobu ECD & borehol e||Constructio n of ECD classroom; and drilling of a borehole||To improve ECD infrastruc ture; and to increase access to clean and portable water||Spt-16||16-Nov||600,000||600,000||NIL||Complete||The classroom is complete and in use. The borehole was successfully drilled to a depth of 300 ft. Pending work include; blackboard, equipping, wiring and connection to electricity.|
|2||Kiriswa Kapchu nga Dam||Excavation ongoing||To increase access to clean and portable water||Excavation works ongoing. The original dam area is 8 acres but has since been encroached thus the relevant department should demarcate its boundaries.|
|3||Merewet water project||Drilling of a borehole and installation of raised reservoir tank||To increase access to clean and portable water||2015||1.5M||1.5M||NIL||Ongoing||The borehole successfully sunk and the reservoir tank installed. Incomplete works are; laying of a distribution line, construction of a pump house and water trough for livestock. However, the project land (public utility) been encroached.|
|4||Kemeliet water project||Installation of water pump and construction of a reservoir tank||To increase access to clean and portable water||16-Mar||On going||2M||2M||NIL||85%||Construction of a reservoir tank with a capacity of 80M3 complete; The project is expected to serve a primary and a secondary school, hospital and community and a market. The recommendation is to install a bigger pump for efficiency.|
|5||Kaptik (kemeliet) water project||Constructio n of Pump house||To increase access to clean water||Mrch-16||On- going||70%||Construction of pump house complete and diesel powered water pump installed. Laying of pipeline underway|
|6||Kaplogoi Water project||Rehabilitatio n of the water project; installation of water pump; installation of a 10,000 litres water tank and fencing||To increase to clean and portable water||17-May||-||800,000||800,000||NIL||70%||The project is near completion. Materials on site include 15 tonnes of ballast and 10 tonnes of sand. Remaining works include laying of pipes for distribution and fencing. The project can consider use of solar powered pumps for sustainability purposes.|
|7||Racecou rse Primary water project||Drilling of borehole,||To provide water for domestic uses, to the school and the neighboring community||17-Jan||Mar - 17||1.7m||1.7m||NIL||Complet e||Project completed and functional. Borehole dug to 300 meters.|
|8||Racecou rse Primary water project||Installation of solar panels, water pump, storage tank.||To provide water for domestic uses and general uses to the school and the neighboring community.||17-Jan||Mar- 17||1.2m||1.2m||NIL||Complet e||10,000 litres water storage tank installed, 16 solar panels purchased and installed, water pump installed and functional (pumping 6,000 litres per hour). Water supply done to both primary and secondary schools and community church.|
|9||Mugumoin i water spring||Constructi on of one trough, a watering point and fencing of the facility.||To provide clean and reliable water supply||500,000||Incomplete||The trough, laying of pipes and fencing is not satisfactory.|
|10||Cheplelaib ei/Kapken o water project||Constructi on of 100,000lit er concrete tank, power house and laying of pipes.||To provide clean and reliable source of water||3,000,000||3,000,000||Complete||Project status: The construction of the 100,000 litre and power house complete. Construction of the trough not up to standard. Recommendation: The community requests for disilting of the dam.|
|11||Illula 1 water project||Installation of solar panels and laying of water pipes.||To supply clean and reliable water.||3,000,000||3,000,000||Complete||Solar panels installed and 2.5 kilometres of pipe laid. Water supplied is sufficient therefore need to increase the supply area beyond the 4km radius.|
|12||Illula 2 water project||Laying of water pipes||To supply clean and reliable water.||Ongoing||Excavation for laying of water pipes ongoing.|
|13||Koibarak water project||Installation of water panels and water pump.||To supply clean and reliable water.||Complete||Solar panels installed and water pump in place. Water supplied to Koibarak secondary school and the community.|
|14||Kamulat water project||Piping, construction of water tank and pump house||To provide reliable water supply||1,750,000||1,750,00 0||Nil||The funding was done in phases, First phase KSh 750,000 was used for piping to Kamulat residents, school and dispensary and Second phase KSh 1,000,000 was used to build pump house, and construction of water tank. Disilting required, fencing of the water dam and tree planting to save guard destruction of the water source.|
|15||Jua kali borehole||Drilling||Incomplete||Drilled and left without, Tank, piping and pump. The government should operationalized the project|
|16||Kapye mit water project||Construction of water tank||To make clean and safe water accessible||14-Apr||16-Apr||1.5m||1.5m||Nil||complete||The project fence needs repair. More funds needed for phase II of project for piping and construction of 10,000L tank. Government should plant trees around the spring|
|17||Mwamba water project||Construction of a house to install high drum, renovation of water tank and piping of water to high drum||To improve access to clean and safe water||2016||2017||-||-||-||Complete, but not functional.||The project was inherited from CDF. It was rehabilitated by use of force account. Vandalism of water taps and hydro drum made it un operational Additional funds needed to fence and repair the hydro drum.|
|18||Kapkures dam||Expansion of the dam||To provide clean and safe water||2017||2017||-||-||-||Complete||The project was full contract; the community requested for its expansion and protection|
|19||Sachangwan community water project||Drilling of borehole||To enhance access to clean and safe water||16-May||17-May||-||-||-||Ongoing||Project is full contract; It will serve the school and the community when complete.|
|20||Kingwal Water Project||Installation of elevated water tank; Purchasing of pipes; and Laying of pipes.||To provide clean and reliable source of water to the community||4.25 million||4.25 illion||-||Ongoing Laying of pipes was completed Remaining works: Completion of the elevated tank; Purchase of distribution pipes;Constru cting a power house and installing water pump||FY 2015/2016 the project was funded Kshs. 1.25M to purchase pipes; FY2016/2017 the project was funded 3M to elevate the tank and lay the purchased pipes. The project would serve the local community and neighboring schools. Challenges: Inadequate distribution pipes;Way leaves;Way forward:More funding to complete the project.|
|21||Bondeni Water Project||Installation of hydram; Installation of rising main and distribution line.||To provide clean and reliable source of water to the community||February 2017||17-May||1.5M||1.5M||Installation of the hydram and raising main completed; Distribution pipes were laid successfully.||FY 2016/2017 funding Kshs. 1.5M; The water project to serve the community and local schools. The project was successful and satisfactory work noted.|
|22||Aturei Water Project||Drilling of borehole||To provide clean and reliable source of water to the community||February||February||1.65M||1.65M||Complete||FY 2016/2017 funding Challenges: Citing the location was a problem Way forward: More funding to put up a tank, construct a power house, raising main and purchase pipes to distribute water to the school and local community|
|23||Nganiat Water Project||laying of the pipes||To provide clean and reliable source of water to the community||Decembe r 2016||17-Mar||1.5M||1.5M||-||Incomplete Temporary tanks installed: Pipes laid.||The project was funded in 2015/2016 for domestic and irrigation purposes. Challenges: Diverting domestic water for irrigation making some of the households not able to access water Way forward: The project needed more funding to buy additional pipes to separate the irrigation and domestic lines; Construction of an intake and storage tank.|
|24||Simat Water Project||Drilling of borehole||To provide clean and safe water source to the community||March 2017||17-Mar||1.65M||1.65M||-||Complete||Phase one of drilling completed. The project should be fast tracked to install elevated tank, rising main, and distribution main to service the community and schools around.|
|25||Kipkenyo Water Project||Drilling of the borehole, building a power house and putting up tank pillars||To make clean and safe water accessible||2015/2016||17-Apr||1.65M||1.65M||-||Complete Borehole drilled; Power house built; Tank pillars (wooden) done.||FY 2016/2017 funding. The project would serve the community, schools and health centers in Kipkenyo. The project should be further funded to install tank, power pump, and to do piping.|
|26||Ngara Falls Water Project||Installation of hydram, rising main and elevated tank; Distribution line (gravity pipeline).||To provide clean and safe water source to Ngara Falls Dispensary, local community and schools.||16-Sep||2.3M||800,000||1.5M||Ongoing Elevated tank, rising main and hydram installed. Remaining works: distribution line (gravity pipeline) to service the community.||Funding 2015/16 Kshs. 800,000; and 2016/17 Kshs. 1.5M. Challenges: The pump developed mechanical problem; No pump house. Way forward: Repair the hydram to operationalize the project; Construct pump house to protect the hydram.|
|27||Yamumb i Kaptagat Water Project||Laying of distributio n pipes||To provide clean and reliable source of water to the community||1M||1M||Laying of the pipes was done||FY 2015/16 the project was funded Kshs. 500,000 for distribution of pipes to the local residents building cattle trough; FY 2016/17 the project was funded Kshs. 1M to purchase pipes and distribute them for irrigation. Satisfactory works was noted. Challenges: Drought which|
|28||Gitwe Water Project||Constructi on of masonry water tank||To provide clean and reliable source of water to the community||1.5M||1.5M||Complete||The water tank serves a dip, community, primary school and 100 households.|
- Water and Sanitation Master Plans developed.
- 81 borehole drilled.
- Elgarini Water project constructed.
- 15 water pans desilted.
- 225 community water projects developed and/or rehabilitated.
- Purchase of 125 skip containers and 6 refuse trucks for garbage collection.
- Distribution of 700,000 tree seedling to public schools.
- Installed security lights in the following peri-urban centres
- Moi’s Bridge
- Burnt Forest
- Beautification of Nandi Park.
- Acquired a 20 acre dumpsite at Lorwa.
Chief Officer Department of Environment, Energy, Water & Natural Resources,