Upcoming Meetings:
6th October, 2016 The County Executive Committee's Stakeholders meeting at Lake Naivasha Country Club
7th October, 2016 The Diplomatic Trade Mission and Trade Counselors Stakeholders meeting at Kempisky Hotel
10th October, 2016 The Water Service Providers Association (WASPA) at Kenya School of Monetary Studies
12th October, 2016 The Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) and Kenya Association of Manufacturers(KAM) Stakeholders meeting at Heron Court
13th October, 2016 The Donor Working Group Stakeholders meeting at Maji House
17th October, 2016 The National Steering Committee Stakeholders meeting at Maji House
11th October, 2016 The NGO's and CSO's Stakeholder meeting at Heron Court
13th October, 2016 The Academia Stakeholder meeting at Kenya School of Monetary Studies


    First Annual – KENYA WATER WEEK 2016

    “From Aid to Trade: Enhancing Business Partnerships and Innovation for Sustainable water and sanitation Provision and irrigation in Africa.

    “Sustainable water solutions in Africa in particular require innovative thinking and strong Public Private Partnerships in order to drive the transformation towards efficient and economically viable service delivery within the context of green growth.” Kenya Water Week 2016 Secretariat.

    In recognition of the global shift from Aid to Trade, sustainable financing and development, the Ministry of Water and Irrigation together with the Water Services Trust Fund, KEWASNET, KEWI and other collaborating institutions are organizing for the 1st Annual Kenya Water Week 2016 (KEWAWK). KEWAWK will provide a dynamic water business and innovation networking opportunity for key public and private water sector players with the ultimate result of matching sector challenges to solutions.

    This will contribute towards more sustainable and economically viable service delivery, and ultimately towards sustainable development. The Conference will bring together Government institutions, Water Utilities, Research and Academic Institutions, Private Sector Institutions, Non-Governmental Organizations among others from around the world.



    • Enhancing the achievement of Vision 2030 Water Sector objectives through good governance and increased investments
    • Enhancing Sustainable water services provision in developing countries;
    • Research industry innovation nexus ;and
    • Business and partnership opportunities and enabling business environments
    • Opportunities in Water Storage, Irrigation, Drainage, and Land Reclamation Sub-Sector

    EVENT PARTNERS / Who we are working with


    • Share sector performance and consult stakeholders
    • Explore business opportunities and trends in the water sector in Kenya
    • Provide a forum for exchange of ideas and technologies between Kenyan private sector and foreign companies with a view to establishing long-term business partnerships in the water sector)
    • Showcase recent innovations, technologies and developments in the water sector for efficient and safe water and sanitation services delivery
    • Explore alternative financing models and Public Private Partnerships for Water Services Providers

    Event Speakers / meet the team

    Kenya Water Week 2016, will provide a networking opportunity and global platform for public and private sector players to interact, dialogue on water issues in order to enhance business and innovation while matching water sector challenges to solutions. This will no doubt contribute towards more sustainable and economically viable service delivery, and ultimately towards sustainable development.

    * Innovation and knowledge development will be a key focus of the Conference and Kenyan Research and Academic institutions with Research and Development centres will be invited to compete in an innovation
    challenge. Winners of the competition will receive recognition Awards.

    Event Location

    Kenya Water Week‎
    Kenyatta International Convention Centre,
    Nairobi, Kenya
    +254 20 232 7598


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