This is a GCF funded climate change adaptation project for water security with funding amount of USD 10 Million. The project aims to increase water security and strengthen communities’ resilience to climate change in Kenya’s Upper Athi River Catchment area. This will involve integrated water resources management and investment in water supply infrastructure in four vulnerable counties namely; Kiambu, Nairobi, Nyandarua and Machakos. Interventions include hydrological and meteorological information management; installation and rehabilitation of water infrastructure; and strengthening planning and regulatory frameworks for water resource management. The accredited entity in this project is National Environment Management Authority (NEMA), with WRA and KMD as Executing Entities.