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Doc from SNV, 3 years, 6 months ago

Sector stakeholders -with support from SNV, WaterAid and Twaweza- agreed to support the Water Services Boards (WSBs) in implementing a series of ‘Water Point Mapping (WPM)’ pilots in 2010. The presented findings, conclusions and recommendations culminated in a sector undertaking to scaleup data collection to 2 Counties within the service area of each of the 8 Water Services Boards (Annual Water Sector Conference, February 2011).

Doc from vkadmin, 3 years, 6 months ago

Turkana County was selected as one of the eight counties in Kenya in which the mapping was conducted following pilot projects in 2011. The mapping entailed collection of data on the location of all water points in the county, and information on various indicators of resource management and service levels of each water point. The data was then overlaid with information about population and administrative boundaries to establish coverage levels.

Doc from SNV, 3 years, 6 months ago

As part of the then ministry of water and irrigation sector undertaking water point mapping was emphasized as a key activity to seek information on the rural water and sanitation population coverage. Kwale County was selected as the pilot area to carry out water point mapping. The water point mapping report is the result of the efforts from the GoK, CWSB, SNV Netherlands, the local provincial administration, the rural communities of Kwale and other stakeholders.

Doc from SNV, 3 years, 6 months ago

Northern Water Services Board (NWSB) in collaboration with SNV has undertaken a Water Point Mapping (WPM) in Isiolo County to establish a baseline water coverage levels in the county and set up a platform for monitoring progress and changes in the coverage levels in future. Isiolo County was selected as one of the eight counties in Kenya in which the mapping was conducted following pilot projects in 2011. The mapping entailed collection of data on the location of all water points in the county, and information on various indicators of resource management and service levels of each water point. The data was then overlaid with information about population and administrative boundaries to establish coverage levels.