KIWASCO’s 13th stakeholders meeting was held on 13th Dec 2022 after a two-year break when the Covid-19 pandemic hit back in 2020. The stakeholders meeting provides a platform for the company to interact with her stakeholders, informing them of the performance, challenges and expectations. It is also an opportunity for the stakeholders to give the company feedback on the service delivery.

The Managing Director Mr. Thomas Odongo addressing the stakeholders in attendance.

While making his address, the Board Chairman Mr. Vinod commented on KIWASCO’S commitment to work with the County Government to deliver on the 6th SDG, ensuring clean water and sanitation for all. While highlighting some of the challenges we face that majorly emanate from climate change effects, he urged the stakeholders to take responsibility for the environment. He asked them to plant more trees, stop pollution and sensitize our children on the importance environmental conservation.

To further the understanding on our strategies and achievements, the Managing Director gave a presentation on our strategic foundation highlighting the key aspects involved in our operations. He unpacked the pillars in the strategic plan and gave a status update on the key performance indicators.

The company secretary, Mr. Solomon Okeyo gave detailed information on issues related to water governance. He talked about the relationship between the stakeholders in the sector and the role each of them play.

Chairman, Board of Directors Mr. Vinod awarding a stakeholder.

Lake Victoria South Water Works Development Agency represented by Mr. Kenneth Awiti and Engineer McMillan Okuku, made a presentation on the LVWATSAN programmes and expansion plans, key being through the LVWATSAN project.

During the plenary session stakeholders were given the opportunity to ask questions. The MD and Chairman were able to conclusively respond to the concerns and questions raised.

We could not miss an opportunity to get feedback from our customers through trivia questions and the winners were awarded with branded items.

Kiwasco Choir presenting KIWASCO Anthem during the opening
of the meeting

At the end of the day all our stakeholders were satisfied with the work that we are doing and encouraged us to continue with the service delivery.

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