The Company recently received a donation of face masks and gloves from Worldwaternet as part of the stakeholder efforts to fight the Covid-19 pandemic. While receiving the donations on behalf the Managing Director Eng. Nahason Muguna, Ag. Director for Human Resources and Administration Services Monica Tuli said the personal protective equipment will augment the efforts by the Company in fighting the pandemic.

 “We are grateful for the positive gesture. This will go a long way in ensuring staff safety and mitigation of the spread and infections of Covid-19.” She said.

The Company signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Worldwaternet in 2018 with the overall objective of increasing the number of people connected to safe drinking water and sanitation in Nairobi City. 

Ag. Director for Human Resource and Administration Services, Monica Tuli, receives a donation of face masks and gloves   from World Waternet Projects Coordinator Sam Robroek. She is flanked by Donor Projects Manager Eng. Ephantus Mugo and Donor Projects Coordinator Philp Oruoch. The donations will help in ensuring staff safety in preventing the spread and infection Covid-19 pandemic

The key priority areas for implementation in the pact are: training of the personnel, optimization of processes in water treatment and catchment areas to save water, energy and chemicals. Others goals include: improvement of water quality and quantities in the catchment areas as well as adoption of best practices through benchmarking and knowledge exchange. 

World Waternet has in the past offered training on hydraulic modelling, pro-poor water and sanitations services strategies, leadership development and waste water treatment. NCWSC formed a working steering committee that will directly contribute to the success of the project compromising of Informal Settlement Region, Non-Revenue Water Engineering Departments and Planning Monitoring and Evaluation Departments.

World Waternet is part of a Water Operators Partnership where utilities enter into a partnership with the intention of peer-to-peer learning as well as facilitate access to water services to a targeted population of 10 million people. World Waternet contributes to sustainable Development Goals, integral solutions for global water challenges and strengthens water organizations or companies by sharing high-value hands-on knowledge and skills of the whole water cycle in long-term Water Operators Partnerships (WOPs) joint ventures and knowledge partnerships.