Welcome to Water Services Trust Fund, Your One Stop for Financing Water and Sanitation Services in Kenya

Catchment and Water Resources Protection, Kibwezi (Water Resources Investments)

Water Services Trust Fund (WSTF) is the Kenyan State Corporation established under the Water Act, 2002 and mandated to finance water and sanitation services for the poor and underserved communities in rural and urban areas.

In the Water Act, 2016, the mandate of the Fund is expanded to include provision of conditional and unconditional grants to the Counties, and to assist in financing the development of and management of water services in the marginalised and underserved areas, including:

  1. Community level initiatives for the sustainable management of water resources
  2. Development of water services in rural areas considered not to be commercially viable for provision of water services by licensees
  3. Development of water services in the under-served poor urban areas.

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Situation Reports

Our weekly Situation Reports (sitreps) chronicle our day to day activities: meetings with our stakeholders such as current or prospective partners, programme meetings, staff sensitisation meetings, and much more. Get a pulse of what we do on a daily basis.

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Our Investment Services

Urban Investments

Water Kiosk, Mbale (Urban Investments)
Support towards water supply and sanitation projects for urban low-income areas.
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Rural Investments

Storage Tank, Taru Egu (Rural Investments)
Support towards implementation of water supply and sanitation projects for underserved rural communities.
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Water Resources Investments

Catchment and Water Resources Protection, Kibwezi (Water Resources Investments)
Support to communities to effectively manage and conserve their water resources within their sub-catchments.
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Results-Based Financing

Project Commissioning, Embu (Results-Based Financing)
Support towards water and sanitation projects in urban low-income areas, financed through commercial loans which are then subsidised on achievement of agreed outcomes.
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