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How poor land use is causing our rivers to dry up

REAL ESTATE

A report in The Standard early this week revealed that a number of rivers in Kenya are on the verge of drying up. A number of them are in Central Kenya, Rift Valley and the Western region.

How poor land use is causing our rivers to dry up

By Peter Muiruri | 4 years ago

Our taps shouldn’t run dry

Our taps shouldn’t run dry

Taps don’t just run dry. They become dry because of a series of factors and choices spanning years, which we must now interrogate and stop treating the symptoms of occasional water scarcity at the expense of sustainable water management.

Isaac Kalua | 4 years ago

Stick to water schedule

Water rationing has kicked off in major estates in the city as announced by the Nairobi City Water and Sewerage Company. This is as a result of a drop in the capacity of water at Ndakaini dam, the main reservoir serving Nairobi.

The Standard | 4 years ago

Taps to run dry in city by next April

City residents have been warned to expect another eight months of rationed water supply before their taps run dry.

| 11 years ago

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