Mundoli Village

Planned Water Point

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Regional Program:
Western Kenya WaSH Program

Latitude 0.28
Longitude 34.70

211 Served

Project Status:
Raising Funds
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Estimated Install Date:   (Explain This?)  02/15/2017
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Stories and Community Profile

Mundoli Village is home to 211 people from 31 different households, all who rely on Isaac Jumba Spring for their water. Isaac Jumba Spring is named after the landowner who lives with his family nearby.

“Most of the community members lack latrines and therefore go into the bushes, making the area so smelly. When it rains, the rainwater washes away the feces and contaminates our water sources. Your coming to this community will help us access clean and safe water,” shared Mrs. Jumba.

During our visit, community members described how a child here came down with typhoid and died soon after. On receiving news that there are steps that can be taken to prevent things like this, the community was filled with hope and excitement.

Mundoli Village needs your support to protect Isaac Jumba Spring from contamination. When this project is fully funded, construction will transform Isaac Jumba Spring into a safe source of clean drinking water. Community members will be trained on proper hygiene and sanitation practices, and will receive a head start with five sanitation platforms for new latrines.

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Project Data

Project Type:  Protected Spring
Location:  Kenya, Kakamega, Mundoli
ProjectID: 4593

Country Details


Population: 39.8 Million
Lacking clean water: 43%
Below poverty line: 50%

Partner Profile

WeWaSaFo is working together with the less privileged and marginalized members of the communities in Western Kenya to reduce poverty through harnessing and utilization of local resources for sustainable development.

The organization exists and believes in the following values; ensuring democratic governance, equal opportunities for all irrespective of status, provision of equitable service to the less privileged and marginalized community members, respect for community diversity, realizing rights of Children and women, integrity, honesty, transparency, and accountability.

 The organization has currently 16 staff members including the attachees; 12 women and 4 men

We have 5 key Result areas:

  • Water and Sanitation
  • Gender and governance
  • Agriculture and food security
  • Microfinance

Western Water and Sanitation Forum is a locally based Non Governmental Organization in Kenya.  The vision of the organization is to create a sustainable life for the marginalized members of the community.