Water Resources Authority (WRA) through the Nairobi Sub-Region Assistant Technical Coordination Manager (ATCM); Mr. John Munyao, participated in the recent Chamwada…
The Water Resources Authority sustainably and equitably allocates water resources among the various competing needs. WRA also requires that stakeholders are involved in the process. The “water use permit” tool to carry’s out this function.
The Water Resources Authority controls pollution and improves water quality in the country’s water bodies. This involves integrating land use activities and human activities into WRA Water Quality control programs
The Authority collects all information on water resources, analyses, stores and disseminates it. This information is critical for water allocation, water resources investment decision making and modeling to enact scenarios to better understand the impact of climate change in future.
The Authority Undertakes climate actions in terms of Mitigation and adaptation to minimizing the effects of global warming and climate change. Read more