Former President Kibaki Calls For A Strategic Rethink Of Water Management In Africa

Former President Mwai Kibaki /courtesy

Recent challenges of water that have been faced in different parts of Kenya and majorly in Africa.

Former President Mwai Kibaki has called for new reforms and strategies to help with the containment of water challenges.

Owing to the drought that has been faced in different parts of the country and the floods that hit major parts of Nairobi and Mombasa county.

The former President, in the capacity of UNESCO Special Envoy for water in Africa urges leaders and the public in general to cultivate strategies that will ensure that our water shafts are protected and the already existing founded solutions are put into use.

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Through his post in the Daily Nation, the former president urges that time and resources is dedicated in recharging aquifers, protecting water towers, harvesting rain and storm water and finding out ways of making the cost of desalination of seawater more affordable. This message is aimed towards all African countries especially after Capetown, South Africa has faced a water crisis for the longest period now due to drought.

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