Water Resources Authority

Water Resources Authority (WRA) is a state corporation established pursuant to Section 7 of the Water Act, 2002 and was operationalized in 2005. WRA is the Lead agency in the Management of Water Resources in the country. As lead agency, WRA has a vital role to regulate, manage and equitably allocate the national water resources to all users.

As the Country continues to grow, so does its demand; but supplies of water are limited, accordingly WRA is mandated through delegated authority on behalf of the National Government to safeguard the right to clean water by overseeing the proper management and regulation of water resources, in order to ensure adequate water for the citizens –now and in the future.

What we do

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REGULATION

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PROTECTION

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DISSEMINATION

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CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION

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"Every Drop Counts"

Our Services

Laboratory

WRA has a team of highly skilled and dedicated technicians furnished with state-of-the-art equipment, to perform more than 40 different tests on a variety of water samples.

Permitting

WRA is responsible for the issuance of Water Use and Effluent Discharge Permits. The Water Resources Management Rules provide different categories for classification of Permits

Water Resources Data

Projects

WRA News

River Data (Real Time)

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LAKES
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RIVERS
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SPRINGS
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CATCHMENT AREAS
SERVICE CHARTER

Water Resources Authority is committed to ensuring equitable water resources allocation and providing quality services to customers with courtesy, fairness, integrity, accountability and professionalism.

WRA Service Charter 2017

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