WRA CEO MR. Mohamed Shurie Presenting the live Telemetry to President Uhuru Kenyatta at the RRI launch
Welcome to WRA What We Do
Water Resources Authority (WRA) sustainably and equitably allocates water resources among the various competing needs. WRA also requires that stakeholders are involved in the process. The “Water use Permit” is used to carry out this function.
Water Resources Authority also controls pollution and improves water quaility in the country’s water bodies. This involves intergrating land use activities into WRA Water Quality Control programs.
The Authority collects all information on water resources, analyses, stores and disseminates it. This information is critical for water allocation, water resources investment decision making and modeling to enact scenarios to better understand the impact of climate change in future.
CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION
The Authority undertakes climate actions in terms of mitigation and adaptation to minimizing the effects of global warming and climate change.
WRA NEWS Latest Updates!
This is a Public Notice published in the Standard Newpaper dated October 23rd 2018. This is to notify the public of the extension of the date for public consultation on Draft Lake Naivasha Catchment Area Protection Order 2018, Management Guidelines and Conservation Plan.
In August 2018 WRA was featured in the Chamwada Report to define the Riparian. The interview featured the Nairobi Sub-region Assistant Technical Coordination Manager (ATCM) Mr. John Munyau. Follow this link to watch the documentary courtesy of Chams Media and KTN News.
WRA NEWSStatement by the Cabinet Secretary First and foremost, I wish to take this opportunity to pass my sincere condolences to the families of those who lost their lives and property in this disaster. As a Ministry, we are deeply disturbed by this disaster and have joined other Government Ministries and Agencies to put in […]