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Nyangoro Maktau Water Supply Project

Over 17,000 people are set to benefit from the Nyangoro Maktau water supply project which is jointly funded by European Union through Water Trust Fund...

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NOTICE TO OUR ESTEEMED CUSTOMERS.

NOTICE   TO  OUR   ESTEEMED CUSTOMERS Dear esteemed customer, The Management of TAVEVO Water  and Sewerage Company Limited  (TAVEVO)  after consultati...

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Birikani- Voi water distribution.

Tavevo Water and Sewerage Company Limited has today commenced water distribution extension in Birikani,Voi.

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Aluminium Sulphate from the United Nations Children Fund UNICEF

Wundanyi, Wesu and Mwatate are expected to continue to benefit from a clean water initiative under the auspices of TAVEVO Water and Sewerage Co. Ltd. ...

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World Bank Funding in conjunction with the National Government

Taita Taveta county Government through Tavevo Water and Sewerage Company Limited has today received the first batch of water pipes which will go along...

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NOTICE TO OUR VOI CUSTOMERS!!. SUNDAY 22ND MARCH, 2020

TAVEVO WATER AND SEWERAGE COMPANY LTD NOTICE TO OUR VOI CUSTOMERS SUNDAY 22ND MARCH, 2020 We wish to inform our esteemed customers in Voi area that th...

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Auditor-General-Report

Auditor-General Report for the year ended 30th June 2017

Auditor General Report for the year ended 30th June, 2017, click here to download.

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Less than 1% of the water supply on earth can be used as drinking water.

Amazing facts about water 1. The average human body is made of 50 to 65 percent water.water 2. Newborn babies have even more, ringing in at 78 percent...

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Mzima Springs, a series of four natural springs in Tsavo National Park.

Mzima Springs are a series of four natural springs in Tsavo National Park, Kenya. They are located in the west&nbsp...

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The Tsavo River Water Supply

This is approximately 50km from Voi Town. The scheme was constructed in 1948 by the defunct Kenya-Uganda Railways. The water is sourced from the Tsavo...

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