Key Sector Players Key Sector Players The ministry of Water & Irrigation and Sanitation is the parent ministry of the Water & Sanitation Sector. The vision of the ministry is to ensure water resources availability and accessibility by all. NCWSC is wholly owned subsidiary of Nairobi County Govt under Water Act 2016; NCWSC works closely with the County Executive Committee Member, Environment, Energy, Water and Sanitation that is charged with the mandate to manage the environment, energy, water and natural resources. NMS took over four Nairobi County functions that is health, transport, planning and management, and public works and ancillary services after the deed of Transfer in March 2020. Water Services Regulatory Board (WaSREB) is a non-commercial State Corporation established in March 2003 as part of the comprehensive reforms in the water sector and its mandate further enhanced by the Water Act 2016. The mandate of the institution is to oversee the implementation of policies and strategies relating to provision of water and sewerage services. Athi Water Works Development Agency (AWWDA) was established under the Ministry of Water and Sanitation under the Water Act 2016. The agency is responsible for the development, maintenance and management of water and sewerage infrastructure in the counties of Nairobi, Kiambu and Muranga Counties covering 5,800.4KM with a total population of 8,012,390 people. Water Sector Trust Fund – (WaterFund) is a Kenyan State Corporation under the Ministry of Water & Sanitation and Irrigation and established under the Water Act, 2016, with the mandate to provide conditional and unconditional grants to the Counties and to assist in financing the development of and management of water and sanitation services in the marginalised and underserved areas. Water Resources Authority (WRA) is a state corporation established under Section 11 of the Water Act, 2016. WRA mandated to safeguard the right to clean water by ensuring that there is proper regulation of the management and use of water resources, in order to ensure sufficient water for everyone.