Over the years, spanning from the colonial times, there has been numerous interventions of increasing access to water through harvesting and storage. It is estimated that there are over 6,000 water pans and small dams spread across the country both on public and private land. These reservoirs have been a sole source of water for diverse communities.
However, over time, they silted up or breached thus reducing their capacity to hold water. The objective of this project therefore is to rehabilitate the reservoirs and increase their capacity if possible to be utilized again for agricultural activities. The primary advantage of this is that land is already available eliminating the complication of land acquisition.
The following are the specific areas of focus;