On 20th September 2023, WaterKiosk had the privilege of hosting the Director and CEO Kenya Water Institute, Dr. Leiro Letangule, the Deputy Director, Research Consultancy & Technical Services, Mr. Nelson Kwamini, together with the Senior trainer, Virginia Nanetia.
The meeting’s agenda was on the different ways Kenya Water Institute together with WaterKiosk Academy can partner and collaborate to enrich the Academy programmes while at the same ensuring wide outreach. Competency development and knowledge transfer is key to us and to our stakeholders. We are looking forward for more interactions and engagement with KEWI.
KEWI, as established by the KEWI Act 2001 is mandated to offer training, administer examinations offer research and consultancy services in the wider water sector. The Act also mandates the institute to provide a forum for effective collaboration between the public and private sectors and other interested parties for the development of the water and sanitation sectors.