This report summarises the findings from the studies conducted on the Tanga Water Fund (TWF) and builds the case for its establishment by highlighting the benefits for Tanga City, the environment, beneficiary communities, and other stakeholders.
This document makes the Business Case for creating the Western Area Peninsula Water Fund to convene and coordinate stakeholders and facilitate the necessary investments to protect and restore the ecological infrastructure that supplies water to nearly two million people.
This document summarises the findings of the Mombasa Water Fund (MWF) Business Case.1 The Business Case puts forward strategic measures to restore, rehabilitate and protect the ecological and built infrastructure that supplies water to over 2 million people in southeastern coastal Kenya. The analysis demonstrates that investing in nature-based solutions in two key water sources areas of the Mombasa water supply system will reduce sediment and nutrient loads entering rivers and prevent losses to water yield. This will not only save on dredging and water treatment costs but will also ensure the longevity of grey infrastructure assets that are being built to improve water supply in the region.