Timiza Usafi Project (TUP), a WaterWorX (WWX) initiative of the Netherlands
government, is being implemented through Dunea N.V as the Dutch utility taking the lead in offering technical assistance to Homa Bay Water and Sanitation Co. Ltd. (Homawasco) in all the departments.

TUP is a long term engagement of 13 years, beginning in 2018 to 2030, divided into two (2) phases of Phase I – 2018 to 2021 and Phase II – 2022 to 2030. The end target is to increase the coverage and access to potable water and sanitation services to the people of Homa Bay County.

The project aims to increase human resource capacity of the company while investing in small strategic infrastructural investments. Year 1 of the 1 st phase was designed for development of respective plans and Standard Operating Procedures (SoPs). However, the development of these plans need accompanying measures to be fused with the infrastructure in mind in order to have comparative data as a baseline for measuring growth and output.


Homa Bay Cluster Water Project

Increasing the water production of Homa Bay to 8,800m3/day, 2no. Boreholes in Rodi Kopany and installing solar farms for running all pump installations

Timiza Usafi Project – Dunea Water Company (Netherlands) and Amref Kenya

Capacity building of all departments through peer-to-peer engagement, learning and sharing, minor rehabilitation works of water infrastructure in all 5 schemes

Upscaling Urban Sanitation for the Urban Poor (UBSUP) in Kajona, Mbita Phase I(Water Services Trust Fund)

Construction of a 22m3/day Detached Treatment Facility (DTF) for treatment of fecal sludge

Upscaling Urban Sanitation for the Urban Poor (UBSUP) in Kajona, Mbita Phase II

Construction / Rehabilitation of 300no. Toilets by Water Services Fund

Construction of Kodera Rachuonyo Gravity Water Project – World Vision Hong


Construction of 1,000m3 /day treatment plant, 8’’ line to West Karachuonyo, 4” line to Kanyaluo, 3no. Kiosks and intake weir

Drilling and Equipping of B/Hole in Ndhiwa – Water Services Fund

Drilling of 1no. Bore hole, distribution network and 1no. Kiosk

Construction of Kendu Bay Water Supply Project – AfDB

Construction of 5,300m3/day new treatment plant, 17km long treated water gravity main, 2,000m3 RC tank at Ndiru, some consumer connections, intake weir works and 7km raw water gravity mains

Construction of Oyugis Water Supply Project – AfDB

Construction of 12,300m3/day new treatment plant, 16km long treated water gravity main, 4,500m3 RC tank at Got Wire, some consumer connections, intake weir works, 13kms of distribution network and 1.3km raw water gravity mains.


Construction of 300m3 contact tank, extension of pipe distribution network and 3no. Kiosks in Rusinga

Trilateral Development Cooperation in Kenya-Water and Sanitation SectorKfW

Upgrading the sewer network within Homa Bay town (Phase I)