Water & Sanitation

Water and Sanitation

Safe water supply remains a challenge in many parts of the Kenya as it’s affected by drought, due to less rainfall. The villagers sometimes have to walk for miles before obtaining fresh water for house hold use. The Mission has installed boreholes, wells or extended a pipe from the main water supply to ensure that these villages have safe water for personal use.

Youth Development Report

The Youths are the leaders of tomorrow, therefore it is essential to nurture and guide them at a tender age, resulting in better leaders in the future. With the above vision, Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya embarked upon a new scheme of bringing the Youths in the rural villages together through sports to achieve the following objectives:

Chengoni Water Project

“The human right to water entitles everyone to sufficient, safe, acceptable, physically accessible and affordable water for personal and domestic uses. An adequate amount of safe water is necessary to prevent death from dehydration, reduce the risk of water-related disease and provide for consumption, cooking, personal and domestic hygienic requirements”.

(General Comment 15, CESCR, 2002)

Where we work

South Coast

West Coast

Taita Taveta

Eastern Province

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