The Fresh Life initiative of Kenya and the Lusaka Water Sanitation Company have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to improve sanitation services in Lusaka and Nairobi.
Due to the MOU, access to restrooms and adequate sanitation, which have been major problems in the peri-urban areas of the two cities, would improve.
Before the MOU was signed, JILLY CHIYOMBWE, managing director of Lusaka Water Sanitation Company, stated that the organization had created a master plan to address the city’s sanitation issues.
However, Mr. Chiyombwe stated that in order for the master plan to be effective, the corporation requires roughly 1.9 billion US dollars.
He claimed that in order to enhance sanitation, his business had so far built 5,700 toilets in various localities.
The Lusaka Water Sanitation Company has been lauded by Fresh Life Executive Director LINDSAY STRADLEY for its efforts to improve sanitation in Lusaka.
One of the top African providers of water and sanitation, according to Ms. STRADLEY, is Lusaka Water Sanitation.
According to Ms. STRADLEY, her business will shortly launch a trial project with Lusaka Water Sanitation Company to improve sanitation in Lusaka.