A bridge over troubled water

Last year, the Kee self-help group completed a sand dam road crossing project, ensuring the locals could access clean water and providing transportation across the river. In a recent visit, the community members expressed their thoughts on the changes they have witnessed since the completion of the project. Read more

Building resilience and security in the face of global crises

Communities in southeast Kenya are particularly vulnerable to the impacts of global crises like COVID-19 and climate change. Yet with a sand dam project, like that completed by the Kavoko self-help group, communities are equipped to thrive under these challenging conditions. Read more

A route to growth and development

Sand dam technology has not only the potential to improve food and water security, but also to contribute to local transport infrastructure. The experience of the Kee self-help group, and their recently completed sand dam road crossing, is a perfect example of this. Read more