In the context of Kenya’s arid and semi-arid lands (ASALs), NGOs and donors as well as private sector players are exploring how they can help vulnerable populations to prepare and build resilience to extended drought sequences and climate volatility. The use of solar-powered water pumps (SWPs) is one approach through which partners are helping to do this. This research report by Social Finance and Oxfam is a concept-stage exploration of optimal funding mechanisms to accelerate and incentivize the adoption of SWPs in the Kenyan ASALs, alongside accompanying management systems to ensure financial viability, inclusion and accountability. Read this blog piece to find out more about this piece of work with Oxfam.
Funding Mechanisms to Incentivize Sustainable and Inclusive Water Provision in Kenya's Arid and Semi Arid Lands
13 September 2018