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About NRW Conference 2024

About

The challenge of Non-Revenue Water (NRW) casts a shadow on Kenya's journey towards achieving water security, economic prosperity, and sustainable development. The impact of NRW resonates deeply within the fabric of Kenya's development narrative. Its repercussions ripple through the country's socio[1]economic landscape, impacting public health, economic growth, infrastructure resilience, and environmental sustainability. Moreover, the adverse effects of NRW are intricately entwined with Kenya's aspirations outlined in Vision 2030, posing challenges to realizing a globally competitive and prosperous nation. In this context, understanding the ramifications of NRW on the sustainable development agenda of Kenya becomes imperative. Exploring the multifaceted repercussions and formulating strategies to mitigate these losses are pivotal steps toward ensuring equitable access to clean water, fostering economic growth, and advancing the nation's development goals as envisioned in the Government’s Bottom-up Economic Transformation Agenda (BETA)

 

In light of this, The Ministry of Water, Sanitation & Irrigation and Kenya Water Institute has organized a two (2) day Non-revenue Water Management Conference, Innovation and Sustainability from the 4th to 5th of April 2024. This will be held at Kenya Water Institute, Nairobi, South C.

 

NRW Conference 2024 Concept