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The WaterComms Model prioritizes the well-being of people in developing countries. WaterComms is a new approach to water system maintenance, recognizing that reliable and safe drinking water has broader implications on public health, well-being and  economic development.

WaterComms realizes that long-term sustainability of water systems depends on local ownership and responsibility. WaterComms is a platform that serves the needs of those who own water systems, while in parallel creating better business conditions for local technical-service providers.

The team



 Our Founding Partners

Our Field Agents


Jackson M. Achuti

Jackson Achuti is an Agricultural Extension expert offering technical service in water conservation, management, and general use for agricultural production i.e. irrigation. He has worked as a research assistant to Ms. Ornit Avidar, a PhD student from Israel on Water Systems and Challenges in Siaya County. Jackson is also the Coordinator to the Deed Institute an international institution partnering with World Bank in offering vocational training to water technicians(plumbers).



Maxwel Lango is a Senior Teacher in Homabay County, Kenya with over 15 years of experience. Has worked with partner organizations TEAM KENYA (UK), TAG (ISRAEL), and NCEDP (Kenya) on rainwater harvesting and provision of clean water to women in the community and schools in the region. Participated in the WaterComms piloting project and data collection in Homabay, Kisumu, and Busia Counties. Maxwel also works with women and youth groups on table banking and agribusiness and holds a B.Ed from the University of Nairobi.

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