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THE WATER CRISIS

Over 3,100 children die yearly from diarrhea caused by unsafe water and poor sanitation in Kenya. 41% of the 55 million people in Kenya do not have access to clean water—a true water crisis.

 

  • People have no consistent access to clean, safe water. Common water sources are local watering holes for animals and people alike, runoff from Mt. Kilimanjaro, a small stream, or Lake Victoria (filled with raw sewage, industrial waste, parasites, bacteria, and disease.)
  • Water-borne diseases is an ongoing, preventable health crisis in Kenya. People have been unprotected from epidemics such as cholera, typhoid, and parasitic worms.
  • The exposure rate is exceptionally high because the water is not only contaminated at the basins and pumps where it is collected, but also the containers are almost always “found,” second-hand objects, often previously used for oil, fertilizer, or waste.