CDA staff during
a training on
in Kwale County
being sensitized on
through KCCAP project
Dr. Hassan Keinan,OGW
celebrating with staff after
being awarded 1st position
in Best Agro-processing
stand during Mombasa
International show 2017
by CDA through
Vanga area in
CDA Managing Director,
Dr. Mohamed Keinan
(holding a spade) planting
trees on the kick-off planting
day at Mnyenzeni dispensary
in Kwale County, through the
Dam Project funded by World Bank .
CDA's Ag Board chairman, Mr. Ibrahim Mutwafi
(4th from left) and managing director,
Dr. Mohamed Keinan, OGW (3rd from right)
with staff after being awarded the
1st position Best Agro-processing stand
during the Mombasa International
Agricultural show 2017
|Mwache Dam Project||Projects pictorials||Kenya Climate Change Adaptation Programme (KCCAP)|
|Mwache Dam Project is a Government of Kenya flagship project under the Kenya Vision2030 mission and also a necessary facility to provide water for domestic and sanitation purposes including irrigation for Kwale County and at the same time supplement water supply for Mombasa County. It is a World Bank funded project with two components:1. Mwache Dam Construction and related infrastructure and 2.Mwache Catchment Management
Implementation of component 2 of the project is aimed at ensuring that the catchment is rehabilitated before construction of the dam. Implementation of the project is spearheaded by Coast Development Authority, in collaboration with other stakeholders like the Water Resources Authority, Kwale County Government, Kenya Forest Service among others.
The catchment management activities put forward for implementation by the Authority include;Afforestation and terracing both aimed at improving the soil fertility, water retention & rainfall reception and Increasing the forest cover.
Community members engaged in terracing & contouring at Chigato, Mwachiga WRUA
Mwache river, the project site for Mwache Dam project
Adverse effects of climate change on the shoreline along the vanga area in Kwale County
|KCCAP is a government of Kenya programme intended to build resilience and adaptive capacities of selected communities in Kenya. Various activities are being implemented countrywide to enable Kenyan communities and ecosystems cope with the harsh effects of climate change.
Coast Development Authority is an Executing Entity implementing KCCAP activities in Kwale, Taita Taveta and Kilifi Counties which fall under 2 programme components:
1.Improving climate resilient water management systems to enhance food security in selected Counties in Kenya
2.Increasing resilience to the effects of rise in sea level and shoreline changes through Integrated Shoreline and Mangrove Ecosystem Management at Vanga and Gazi in the Coastal region of Kenya.
Community members engaged in mangrove planting at Jimbo site