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Access to clean water is more of a problem now than in 2016

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More than 60 percent of Kenyans say they are unable to access clean and safe drinking water.

This is according to research conducted by a non governmental organization called Twaweza.

Twaweza Senior programme Officer Victor Rateng who released the report says Kenyans unable to access clean and safe drinking water has increased from 58 percent in 2016 to 67 percent in 2018.

The report further states that Rural Citizens are more likely to have challenges of water than their urban counterparts.

In Rural areas, the main water challenges are distance to water points, dirty water and not enough water points.

In urban areas the challenges are irregular water supply, long distances to water points and dirty water.


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