Water Crises in Mitume township The combination of a dry climate and a rapidly growing population has caused a water crisis in Kenya’s townships, where citizens in poverty live in
A water supply in Mitume doesn’t exist. Drinking water is fetched at a central place with water cans. There it is almost impossible to keep the distance rules – the
CEF-Help and OTEPIC have launched an action for basic protection against COVID-19 Pandemic in the Mitume district of Kitale city. Five washing and information stations with a small tent, water tanks, soap and disinfectant will be set up. For this purpose a fundraising campaign was started on betterplace.
OTEPIC AS A PIONEER OF #FRIDAYSFORFUTURE OTEPIC has stood for climate protection and sustainability for 11 years. The result is a village that provides for itself, lives in harmony with
Through OTEPIC up to 3,000 people receive clean drinking water and the diseases caused by contaminated drinking water have been reduced by about 50%. Previously, people had taken their water