Sessional Paper No. 01 of 2021 on National Water Policy
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ByDepartmental Committee on Environmental and Natural Resources
Sessional Paper No. 01 of202 l on National Water Policy from the Ministry of Water, Sanitation and Irrigation was laid on the Table of the House by the Leader of the Majority Party on 8th June 2021 and thereafter stood committed to the Departmental Committee on Environment and Natural Resources. The Paper aims &t building on the achievements of the water sector reforms over the years and moving it to the next level of development in order to contribute to the National Goals and realization of the Sustainable Development Goal.s. The Paper contains five chapters. Chapter one elaborates the importance of the water sector in the sustainable development of the country with respect to social, economic and environmental spheres. It also elaborates on the development of various policies, regulatory and legislative framework to guide the water sector in Kenya since gaining· independence in 1963. Chapter two reviews the policy making and its implementation in a devolved government context.........
Water Resources; Water and Sanitation; Irrigation; Environment Sustainability; Natural Resources
PublisherRepublic of Kenya
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