Kenya Sanitation Conference 2019

Daily Schedule

MONDAY 28 OCTOBER 2019

7.30 am – 5.00 pm          Field Visits

                                                Sanivation Treatment Plant, Naivasha

                                                Sanergy Organics Recycling Plant, Machakos

                                                NAWASSCOAL Plant, Nakuru

                                                Umande Trust BioCenter, Kibera/Kevian Kenya Limited, Thika

9.00 am – 5.00 pm          Exhibition Set-Up

                                                Conference Registration Desk Opens

 

CHILDREN’S CONFERENCE PROGRAM

8.50 – 9.30am    Opening Session

Settling Down, introduction of the objectives of the day and setting of ground rules

Session 1: 9.30-10.05 am (Group Session)

Group 1-UNICEF videos and Two piling sorting (MWSI)

Group 2- Menstrual Hygiene Management (WSSC)

Group 3- UNICEF – Bringing the Convention on the Rights of the Child to Life

Group 4- Human Waste Training (Sanergy)                                 

Health Break: 10.05-10.15 am

Session 2: 10.15-10.50 AM (Group Session)

Group 1- UNICEF – Bringing the Convention on the Rights of the Child to Life

Group 2- Human Waste Training (Sanergy)

Group 3- Menstrual Hygiene Management (WSSC)

Group 4- UNICEF videos and Two piling sorting (MWSI)

Health Break: 10.50-11.05 am

Session 3: 11.05 – 11.40 am (Group Session)

Group 1- UNICEF – Bringing the Convention on the Rights of the Child to Life

Group 2- Human Waste Training (Sanergy)

Group 3- Menstrual Hygiene Management (WSSC)

Group 4- UNICEF videos and Two piling sorting (MWSI)

Session 4: 11.40-12.15 (Group Session)

Group 1- Human Waste Training (Sanergy)

Group 2- UNICEF – Bringing the Convention on the Rights of the Child to Life

Group 3- UNICEF videos and Two piling sorting (MWSI)

Group 4- Menstrual Hygiene Management (WSSC)

12.15 -12.20pm (Merging Groups)

Session: 12.20 -12.55pm: Video (Amazing Machine) & Puppetry (APHRC/Slum Child)

 

12.55-2.00 –pm: Lunch, gift packs and departure

2.00-2.20 pm -Drafting of Statement from Children’s Conference departure


 

YOUTH CONFERENCE

8.00– 8.45am                     Conference registration

9.00 – 10:30am                  Opening Session

Session Moderator         Arik Karani, AWWDA

OPENING CEREMONY    Opening remarks

Eng. Lucy Njambi   Nairobi City Water and Sewerage Company

Kid’s presentation – Gedion Njeru Song – Nature and Corruption

                                       Hope Wambui poem – Pollution

Keynote address:           Hon. Simon Chelugui Cabinet Secretary, Water, Sanitation and Irrigation, Kenya

Panel Discussion:            Ms.  Winnie Guchu – Cabinet Administrative Secretary

                                                Josiah Moriasi, CEO, Youth Enterprise Development Fund 

                                                 

                                                Q & A session   

10.30 – 11.00am              TEA BREAK: EXHIBITION AND POSTER SESSION 

11.00 – 1:00pm                 Seminar Presentations

Session Moderator         Arik Karani, AWWDA

                                                Water Energy Nutrient Nexus, Case Study Ruai Waste Water

                                                Mr. Kelvin Migwi , NCWSC           

                                                Role of Youth in Sanitation

                                           Ms. Eva Muhia, Sanitation Champion

                                                Beneficial uses of municipal waste water residuals – bio solids,

                                                Eng. Lydia Mbithi, NCWSC

                                           Building a career in social enterprises

                                           Eng. Erick Machango, Operations Manager, Sanergy

Panel Members:               Q & A session: Kelvin Migwi, Eng. Lydia Mbithi, Ms. Eva Muhia, Eng. Erick Machango

 

1.00 – 2.00pm                   LUNCH BREAK: EXHIBITION AND POSTER SESSION

2.00 – 4.30pm                    Seminar Activities and Presentations

Session Moderator         Maureen Milgo (NWSC) / David Mwangi

2.00 – 2.30 pm                   Dr. Wale Akinyemi, Motivational Speaker

Ethical and Meaningful Participation by Youth

2.35 – 2.50 pm                   Digitization in Sanitation

                                Daniel Kamiri, Wonderkid Multimedia                    

Enhancing Financial Literacy in WASH related CBOs to boost Project, Institutional and      Financial Sustainability.

                                                Adan Abdi, Kenya Water Institute

 Panel Members:             Q & A session: Daniel Kamiri, Eng. Florence Waeni, Ms. Halima Murunga ,  Adan  Abdi

 

4.30-5.00 pm:                    Closing remarks


 

TUESDAY 29 OCTOBER 2019

7.00– 8.30am                     Conference Registration, Conference Package Collection and Health Break

8.30 – 9.10am                    Opening Panel 1A:  State of Sanitation in Kenya

 

Keynote Speakers:          Dr Caroline Kabaria, Associate Research Scientist, African Population & Health Research

Dr. (Eng). Peter K.  Ndiba, Senior Lecturer, University of Nairobi, Department of Civil and Construction Engineering

Panel Members:               Eng. SAO Alima, Water Secretary, Ministry of Water & Sanitation and Irrigation

Mamo. B. Mamo Director General, National Environment Management Authority (NEMA)

Dr. Kepha Ombacho, Director Public Health, Ministry of Health

                                                Eng. Festus Ngeno, Chairman CECs caucus on Water, Forestry & Mining Committee, Council of Governors

Eng. Michael Ochieng, Chief Engineer Metropolitan, Urban and Metropolitan Development

9.15 – 9.55 am                   Opening Panel 1B:

                                                Transforming Kenya to Meet the SDGs and Big 4 Agenda: The Role of Finance

Keynote Speaker:            State of Financing in Sanitation Sector in Kenya
Joseph Irungu, CBS – Principal Secretary, Ministry of Water & Sanitation and Irrigation

Panel Members:               Eng. SAO Alima, Water Secretary, Ministry of Water & Sanitation and Irrigation

                                                Mark Maessick, Mission Director, USAID

                                                Regional Director, African Development Bank

Country Director, KFW

Country Director, World Bank

Regional Director, French Development Agency (AFD)

Country Director, JICA

10.00 – 10.10 am              Interlude: IKO-Safi Innovation Awards Documentary

10.15 – 11.15am                High-level Panel I: Providing Sanitation for All – A Challenge for African Continent

Keynote Speaker:            Tracking of progress towards achieving eThekwini commitments and Ngor commitments

                                                Dr Canisius Kanangire, Executive Secretary, African Ministers’ Council on Water (AMCOW)

Panel Members:               Hon. Simon Chelugui, Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Water & Sanitation and Irrigation

Amb (Eng) Mahboub M Maalim, Executive Secretary, Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD)

Dr Ali Said Matano, Executive Secretary, East African Community (LVBCS)

Hon. Sicily Kariuki, E.G.H Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Health (MoH)

Hon. Keriako Tobiko, C.B.S Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Forestry

H.E. Wycliffe Ambetsa Oparanya, Chair, Council of Governors

Maniza Zaman, UNICEF Representative, Kenya

James Macharia, Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure, Housing and Urban Development     

11.20 – 11.45 am             Chief Guest Exhibition Tour

OPENING CEREMONY

12.00 – 1.00 pm                ACHIEVING SANITATION FOR ALL

Moderator:                        Hon. Winnie Guchu, Chief Administrative Secretary, Ministry of Water & Sanitation and Irrigation

                                               

Citizen Speaker: My Sanitation Experience:
Mary Chengo Musili, Kwale County

Septage Emptiers Speaker: A day in the life of a pit emptier
Joseph Muiruri, Mukuru Nairobi

Private Sector Speaker: Our contribution towards sanitation
Suresh Patel

Youth Speaker: Finding our voice in the sanitation space

Children representative: Sanitation from a child’s perspective

Person Living With Disability (PLWD): Sanitation and disability
Josephine Wachera Ngugi, Toilet Africa Initiative

Institution of Engineers of Kenya Representative
Eng. Peter Odhiambo Wanday, Director, Cape Consult Ltd

Chairman, Association of Consulting Engineers of Kenya

 

Children’s Statement

                                               

                                                OPENING CEREMONY

                                                (Facilitator: Joseph Irungu, CBS – Principal Secretary, Ministry of Water & Sanitation and Irrigation)

 

                                                H.E. Wycliffe Ambetsa Oparanya, Chair, Council of Governors

Hon. Simon Chelugui, Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Water & Sanitation and Irrigation
Keynote Address: Chief Guest

1.00 – 2.00pm                   LUNCH BREAK: EXHIBITION AND POSTER SESSION


 

TUESDAY 29 OCTOBER 20

2.00- 3.30pm                      Concurrent Sessions

Seminar Presentation 1. Sanitation Governance (Aberdare-Lenana Foyer)

Striking Economical and Ecological Balance in wastewater sludge management
M. K. Osoro

Guidelines for schools in Kenya to procure sanitation goods and services
M. Oguna

User consultation and human resource capacity: main barriers to water and sanitation service provision in Kenya
G.  Kiambuthi

Institutional framework for urban sanitation in Kenya: Cross Country learning with South Africa, India and Indonesia
E. Mati, E. Owako

Assessing the governance capacities of cities to implement a circular station economy: lessons from Naivasha
D. Ndiba

The Role of urban Governance in Sanitation and Fecal Waste management

 E. K. Riechi

 

Seminar Presentation 2. Sanitation Financing (Shimba  Hills)

Sanitation financing in low income areas. Case study of the Nyeri Water and Sanitation Company;
F. Tamangani

Are Kenyan water customers willing to pay a pro-poor sanitation surcharge?
C. Acey, J.Kisiangani, P.Ronoh

Supply and Demand: Assessing Costs and Willingness-to-pay for Urban Sanitation by low-income Consumers
J. Kones, E.Owako.

Financial flow models for sustainable onsite sanitation
L. ChepChichir

Shit-lite Towns & FSM B/S Model for satellite towns in Kenya
O. Lincoln

 

Seminar Presentation 3. Sanitation, Human and Environmental Health (Room 3)

Simplified sewerage design manual- Design simplified condominial sewer system
J. Agoyo,

Peepoo Toilet Bag: an innovative and environmental Health
N. Gitahi

Conservancy systems among the rural population in Kirinyaga central sub county;
V. M. Kariuki

Humanitarian private sector partnership for FSM in Kakuma refugee group
D. Hakspiel

Access to sanitation services among urban refugees in Nairobi Informal settlement
I. Chumo

Computer based EEP for faecal Sludge Management

          H N Ngugi

 


 

Side Panel 1: Crowding in private sector to scale decentralized and on-site industrial effluent management and treatment solutions (Convenor Session) (Room- Aberdare)

Convenor: 2030 Water Resources Group

Chair                                     Joy Busolo, Senior Water Resources Management Specialist & Kenya Country Coordinator,                                                 2030WRG

Panel Members                 Ms. Veska Kangogo, Nairobi City County Government – CECM Environment

Mr. Suresh Patel, Kenya Association of Manufacturers – Chair Environmental Committee

Dr. Jane Nyankang’o, Kenya National Cleaner Production Centre – Director

Mr. James Kanga, RUBICOM – Coordinator

Ms. Anne Mukira, Faulu Kenya – Partnership Manager

Side Panel 2: Private Sector Involvement in Onsite Waste Water Management (Room 4)

Chair                                     Daniel Wanjuku, Director Ecosave Consultants

Panel Members                Mr Shaka Bakabulindi, Secretary General, PASA

                                                Suresh Patel, Chair, Environmental Sub-committee (KAM)

                                                Ashok Patel, KRIDHA Ltd, Kenya

Eva Muhia, President, Septage Emptiers Association of Kenya

Prof Collins Miruka, Opecs Professional Services (Centurion, South Africa)

Eng. Christopher Nganga, Collaboration Engineering Solutions and Products Limited

Side Panel 3: Sanitation in Emergencies – Inclusive Humanitarian Sanitation (Room-Lenana)

Chair                                     Robin Lloyd, Senior Regional WASH Officer, East & Horn of Africa, UNHCR

Panel Members                Dr Graham Alabaster, Chief of WASH, UN HABITAT; UNHCR

Peter Nawiri, Senior Lecturer, Kenya Water Institute

Bishar Salat Ahmed, Deputy Director Refugee Operations, CARE International

Eric Okeyo, Chairman, Lake Victoria South Water Works Development Agency

Matthew Cousins, Director Humanitarian Systems Strengthening, OXFAM

Catherine Ahonge, Public Health Officer, National Disaster Operations Center

Charles Ogalo, Emergency Coordinator, Water and Environmental Sanitation Coordination

 (WESCOORD)

Lameck Abrahams, Disaster Risk Management Officer, Ministry of Water & Sanitation and Irrigation


 

TUESDAY 29 OCTOBER 2019

3.30 – 5.00pm                     Concurrent Sessions

Seminar Presentations 4. Sanitation, Human and Environmental Health (Aberdare-Lenana Foyer)

Behaviour Change in Sanitation Practices In Siaya
E.Mwangi

Assessing the Sanitation and Hygiene situation among Households of Borabu Sub-County, Nyamira County, Kenya.
J. M. Orare

Reaching The Last Mile: Triggering for Sanitation And Hygiene Behavior Change In Wajir County: Lessons From Kship Programme. S. M. Issack

Assessing climate change impacts on sanitation systems;
P. Rarieya

Exploring seasonal variation of faecal risk pathways in a low income community using SaniPath
P Ronoh, C Furlong, F Kansiime, R Mugambe, D Brdjanovic

Raising the standards for public toilets  in Kenya

Brooms limited

Impacts of poor sanitation on water supply dams in Kenya: Lessons from Nairobi dam

          B.  Langat,   L. Sumba

 

Seminar Presentations 5. Innovation and Technologies for Sanitation (Shimba  Hills)

Disinfecting Domestic Wastewater for Irrigation using UV Continuous Flow Reactor;
J. W. Owino

Affordable Membrane BioReactor for Sewage Wastewater Recycling Achieving Water Security with Schools; A.Oussoren

Tanners effluent impact & treatment;
M.
Salah

NonSewered Technology Saving water by using waterless urinals;
A.M. Ndegwa

Developing dewatering processes for pit sludge management in urban informal Settlements.
W. Mwalugongo, L.R. Dicker

Anaerobic digestion of sewerage sludge treatment and recovery of energy
S. M. Wandera

Wastewater treatment energy production and wastewater reuse: The case of Dandora Estate Sewage Treatment Plant in Kenya

J.  Kamau

Partnering with communities to improve sanitation (sewer) coverage in Eldoret

 A.  Ambugo

Seminar Presentations 6. Equity and Inclusion in Sanitation (Room 3)

Public Water and Sewerage Utilities Collaboration with private Sector- Pit Emptiers in Kenya
M. W. Maina

City Wide Sanitation Approach; Water Sector Trust Fund
WSTF

The unmet sanitation needs for the society excluded persons in the coastal Kenya
G.
O. Ochieng

Engage men & boys to support adolescent girls & women experience dignified menstruation
K. Daniel

An integrated approach to services delivery enhances access to sustainable sanitation for rural communities in Kenya R. Okwiri

Engaging Structure Owners and Landlords in Informal Settlements on Fecal Waste Management Through non Lecture Methods in Viwandani Slums, Nairobi County

P. O. Mokaya, E. K. Riechi

Sharing of Sanitation in Low income settlements: Expectations versus Realities

S. Simiyu

         Assessment of the Faecal Sludge Management Services Delivery in Mbarara Municipality, Uganda

C. B. Niwagaba, D.Niwahereza, I. Turyatemba, S. Simiyu, B. Mberu

 

Side Panel 4: Urban Sanitation Guidelines (Convenor Session) (Room-Lenana)

Convenors: Ministry of Health, African Population & Health Research Center

Chair                                     Dr Kepha Ombacho, Director Public Health, Ministry of Health

Co- Chair                              Alex Manyasi, Director Government Relations, Sanergy

Panel Members                Dr Sheillah Simiyu, Post-Doc Research Scientist, African Population & Health Research Center

                                                Dixon Ochieng, Sanivation

James Nganga, Managing Director, NAWASCCO

Prof. Mohamed Karama, Deputy VC, Umma University

Mario Kainga, Director Water and Sanitation, Nairobi City County Government

Eng. Peter Njaggah, Director Technical Services, WASREB              

Side Panel 5: Private financing Initiatives in Kenya (Convenor Session) (Room-Aberdare)

Convenors: (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Financing (WASHFIN), Water.org, Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP), Kenya Integrated Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Project (KIWASH), Kenya Water and Sanitation Civil Society Network (KEWASNET), SNV Kenya)

Chair                                     Barbara Kazimbaya Senkwe, WASHFIN

Panel Members:               Anthony Githinji, Water.org

Kariuki Mugo, WSUP

Joshua Kibet, WASH finance Specialist, USAID/KIWASH

Malesi Shivaji, KIWASNET

Raphael Muya, SNV/IEA

Esther Njuguna, WASHFIN

Side Panel 6: Innovations and Technologies to Accelerate Safely Managed Sanitation along the Sanitation

                         Value Chain (Room 4)

Chair                                     Eng. Lucy Wanjiku, Founder & CEO Ecocycle Ltd

Co- Chair                              Dr Salome Guchu, CEO, Kenya National Innovation Agency (KENIA)

Panel Members                Dickson Ochieng, Sanivation

                                                Benazir Douglas, Director of Operations, Umande Trust

Michael Lwoyelo, Sanergy

Dr. Kimani Rugendo CEO, KEVIAN Kenya Limited

Mary Mucheru, Public Health Officer, Nakuru Countywide Sanitation Steering Committee

5.00- 6.00pm                      HEALTH BREAK: EXHIBITION AND POSTER SESSION

 

Wednesday 30 OCTOBER 2019

8.00 – 8.30 am                  Plenary Session 1: Towards Sustainable Waste Water Infrastructure Systems

Keynote Speaker:            Eng. Collins Juma, President, Institution of Engineers of Kenya (IEK)

Dr. Adrian Mallory, Post-Doctoral Research Cranfield University, UK     

Panel Members:               Eng. Joseph Kamau, Chief Manager Water and Sewerage, Athi Water Works Development                                                 Agency

                                                Eng. Moses Kinya – Managing Director, THIWASCO

                                                Dr. (Eng) Peter K.  Ndiba, Senior Lecturer, Department of Civil and Construction Engineering                                                 University of Nairobi

Eng. Michael Ochieng, Chief Engineer Metropolitan, Urban and Metropolitan Development

Eng. Ranjit Singh Rupra, Director Mangat I B Patel (MIBP) Ltd

8.30 – 8.35 am                  Sanitation Documentary

8.35 – 9.10 am                  Plenary Session 2: Sanitation Governance: Including All; Role of Sanitation Policies, Institutions and Regulations

Keynote Speaker:            Ismail M. Shaiye, CEO, Water Sector Trust Fund (WSTF)

Panel Members:               Eng. Robert Gakubia, CEO, Water Services Regulatory Board

Eng. Daniel Nganga, Chairman, Water Service Providers Association

Eng. Michael Thuita, CEO, Athi Water Works Development Agency

Mohamed M Shurie, CEO, Water Resources Authority (WRA)

Director, Kenya Water Institute (KEWI)

Dr. Kepha Ombacho, Director Public Health, Ministry of Health

Eng. Festus Ngeno, Chairman CECs Caucus on Water, Forestry & Mining Committee (COG)

Hon. Asman Kamama, Board Chairman, Rift Valley Water Works Development Agency

9.10 – 9.15 am                  Sanitation Documentary

9.15 – 9.45 am                  Plenary Session 3: Achieving Equity and Inclusion in Sanitation

Keynote Speakers:          Dr Graham Alabaster, Chief of Sanitation and Waste Management UN HABITAT; UNHCR

                                                Citizen Speaker: My Sanitation Experience – PLWD

Panel Members:               Dr Andrew Trevett, Kenya WASH Chief, UNICEF

                                                Diana Mulatya, Sanitation and Hygiene Advisor, KIWASH/USAID

                                                Hon. Mohammed Gabow, CEO, National Council for Persons with Disabilities

                                                Samson Shivaji, CEO, Kenya Water and Sanitation Civil Society Network

                                                Rosemary Rop, Water, Sanitation and Social Development Specialist

9.45 – 9.55 am                  Sanitation Documentary

9.55 – 10.30 am                Plenary Session 4: Achieving ODF Kenya by 2030: Lessons learned from the current National                                                 ODF Campaign and way forward (Convenor Session)

Convenor: UNICEF

Keynote Speaker:            Dr Andrew Trevett, Kenya WASH Chief, UNICEF

Panel members:               Kepha Ombacho Ministry of Health

                                                Adam Ali, Ministry of Health

                                                Beverly Mademba, Amref

                                                Fanuel Nyaboro SNV

                                                Ahmed Hajji Mohamed CPHO, Garissa County

                                                Sahr Kemoh UNICEF Regional Office

                                                Julie Aubriot UNICEF Kenya

10.30 – 11.00am               HEALTH BREAK: EXHIBITION AND POSTER SESSION

11.00am- 12.30pm          Concurrent Sessions

Seminar Presentation 7. Sanitation Financing (Aberdare-Lenana Foyer)

Sustainable onsite sanitation financing.
J. Ng’anga

Self-help microfinance for low cost toilet technologies in rural Kenya
J.K Kibet

Financing circular economies in sanitation for secondary cities;
D.Ochieng, A. Foote

Enhancing financial literacy in wash related CBO’s.
A. Abdulqadir

Access to Affordable and Quality Sanitation: a prerequisite to efficient UHC;
J. Aubriot

Supply and demand: Assessing costs and willingness-to-pay for urban sanitation in Bangladesh, Ghana, and Kenya

J. Kones, R. Peletz, C. Delaire, A. Cock-Esteb, C. Macleod, E. Samuel, S. Drabble, R. Renouf, E. Owako, G. Norman, R. Khush

Inequalities in Access to Sanitation Services in Kenya

C. Kabaria, I.Chumo, S. Simiyu & B.Mberu

 

Seminar Presentation 8. Sanitation, Human and Environmental Health (Shimba  Hills)

Sanitation, Water Reservoirs, Cyanotoxin and Health Related Conditions in Tharaka South Subcounty.
Dickson W. W; Muthama P

Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) saves Money;
M. O. Onyango

Where does CLTS work best? Evidence from four countries;
K.
Stuart, C. Delaire,J. Albert, R. Khush, R. Peletz

Humanure: Toxic health hazard transformed to regenerative resource:
S. Thuo

Formalising the informal what is next for pit latrine emptying?
M. Edwin, G. Nicola

Planning  Sewers for Mega cities

Brooms limited

Sanitation

Private Exhausters service providers (PESP) sacco

 

Seminar Presentation 9. Equity and Inclusion in Sanitation (Room 3)

Promoting Equity and inclusivity in scaling up sanitation solutions for rural communities in Kenya
D. Mulatya

Progress in sanitation among poor households in Kenya, evidence form demographic and health surveys
J. Njuguna

Roles of schools in menstrual waste management in promoting sanitation In Kisumu city
C. Odero

Equity and Inclusive sanitation implementation in Rural Communities of Naivasha Sub County, Nakuru County
C. Vata Ngeta

Leave no one behind programming’: Lessons from the Kenya Sanitation and Hygiene Improvement Program
D. Kurao, A. Mohammed, B. Mademba, M. Lengewa, G. Ikiara, S. Odondi, C. Olwal

Incentivizing private sector provision of fecal waste emptying services to low-income customers in Kisumu, Kenya

J. Kones, R. Peletz, C.Delaire, A. Cock-Esteb, E. Samuel, D. Vernon, T. Wang, S. Drabble, R. Renouf, E. Owako, G. Norman, R. Khush

Role of  portable  Toilets in Humanitarian sanitation and emergencies

        Brooms limited 

Adjusting the CLTS protocol to address the needs of nomadic populations. Insights from Kenya Sanitation and Hygiene Improvement Program (KSHIP) Implemented by Global Child Hope in Wajir County 

A. H. Derrow

 

Side Panel 7. Africa Sanitation Policy Guidelines (ASPG) (Convenor Session) (Room-Lenana)

Convenor (African Ministers’ Council on Water, African Population & Health Research Center)

Chair                                     Kitchme Bawa, AMCOW Secretariat, African Ministers’ Council on Water (AMCOW)

Panel Members:               Tobias Omufwoko, Senior Policy Advisor, African Ministers’ Council on Water (AMCOW)

                                                Gladys Wekesa, Ministry of Water & Sanitation and Irrigation

Samson Shivaji, CEO, Kenya Water and Sanitation Civil Society Network

Eng. Robert Gakubia, CEO, WASREB

                                                Eng. Festus Ngeno, Chairman CECs Caucus on Water, Forestry & Mining Committee (COG)

Dr Sheillah Simiyu, Post-Doctoral Research Scientist, African Population & Health Research Center

Side Panel 8. Experience Sharing: Financing Sanitation Solutions for the Underserved (Convenor Session)
(Room-Aberdare)

Convenor: Water Sector Trust Fund (WSTF)

Chair                                     Mr. Ismail Shaiye, CEO, Water Sector Trust Fund (WSTF)

Panel Members:               Mr. Willis Ombai, Chief Manager Investments & Programmes, WSTF

Fidelis Tamangani, Manager, Result Based Financing, WSTF

Thomas Nyangau, Manager, Urban Investments, WSTF

Stella Warue, Programme Officer, Urban Investments, WSTF

Priscilla Kinyari, Manager, Rural Investments, WSTF

Side Panel 9. Prioritizing Sanitation Service Delivery – Improving Performance of Utilities (Room 4)

Chair                                     Antony Ambugo, CEO, Water Service Providers Association

Panel Members:               Eng. Peter Njaggah, Director Technical Services, WASREB

                                                Eng. Lucy Njambi, Technical Director, Nairobi City Water & Sewerage Company

                                                Anthony Njaramba, Managing Director, Mombasa Water Supply and Sanitation Company

                                                Michael Mang’eli, Managing Director, Mavoko Water and Sewerage Company

                                                Thomas Odongo, Managing Director, Kisumu Water and Sewerage Company

                                                Moses Kinya, Managing Director, Thika Water and Sewerage Company

                                                Dr Kimutai Murgor, Managing Director, Eldoret Water and Sanitation Company

1.00 – 2.00pm                   LUNCH BREAK: EXHIBITION AND POSTER SESSION

AY 3

Wednesday 30 OCTOBER 2019

2.00- 3.30pm                      Concurrent Sessions

Seminar Presentation 10. Sanitation Governance (Aberdare-Lenana Foyer)

Strengthening institutional capacity and support in realizing sanitation goals in Makueni county,
D. Mulatya

Geo textiles-low cost dewatering technique in the initial step of faecal sludge treatment;
N. Korir

Demonstrating public private partnership in non-Sewered sanitation services;
D. Ochieng

Strengthening Monitoring and reporting of national and Agenda 2030 sanitation commitments;
G. Ochieng

Importance of organizational partnership in improving sanitation in Nairobi;
 M.C.Milgo

Seminar Presentation 11. Innovation and Technologies for Sanitation (Shimba  Hills)

Innovations and technologies in sanitation: Faecal sludge management in Kenya;
M.
Kasuki

A Compact decentralized Wastewater Treatment System for Reuse without Sludge production.
S. Apollo

Effectiveness of SMS messaging for diarrhoea measurement: an individual-level factorial cross-over randomised controlled trial (RCT).
R Rego, S Watson, P Ishengoma, P Langat, HP Otieno, R Lilford

Sustainable development of Ruai waste water treatment;
A. Karanja & M. Wakinyua

Role of Innovation & technologies in sanitation.
 M.
Salah

On-Site Treatment and Re-Use of Domestic Waste Water;
E. Mudalungu

Adaptive solutions to optimize urban infrastructure

M.  Martin

Seminar Presentation 12. Sanitation, Human and Environmental Health (Room 3)

Open defection and its effect on bacteriological quality of drinking water sources in isiolo
J.O. Okollo

Association between fecal sludge containment and the risk for cholera outbreak in informal settlement
M. Josephat

Assessment of potential impacts of waste water treatment plants
Lake Victoria South WW Devpt agency

Occupational health of manual emptiers in Nairobi
Ivy Chumo

Water quality from rooftops in urban areas and possible uses
O. Christine

Accelerating progress towards SDG 6.2 in rural areas
J. Aubriot

Assessing Awareness And Altitude Of Fecal Sludge Recycling In Nairobi Slums

        H. Wangui, K. Muindi, S. Simiyu, B. Mberu 

Technical assistance for the improvement of faecal sludge management in Wajir county

         D.  Ochieng

 

 

 

Side Panel 10. Financing Sanitation Infrastructure (Convenor Session) (Room-Aberdare)

Convenor: Kenya Pooled Water Fund

Chair                                     Robert Bunyi, Managing Director Kenya Pooled Water Fund

Panel Members:               Clifford Waithaka, Water and Sanitation Infrastructure expert, World Bank

Eng. John Sifuma, Water & Sanitation Engineer, AFDB

Angela Muga, Cooperative Bank of Kenya

Willis Ombai, Chief Manager Investments and Programmes, Water Sector Trust Fund

                                                Eng. Kimanthi Kyengo, Deputy Director, Water Services, MWSI

                                                John Kinuthia, Senior Analyst, International Budget Partnership

Side Panel 11. Equity and Inclusion in Sanitation (Room-Lenana)

Chair                                     Rosemary Rop, Water, Sanitation and Social Development Specialist

Panel Members:               Annabell Waititu, KIWASH

Patrick Alubbe, Executive Director at Kenya Water for Health Organization

                                                Pauline Vata, Executive Director, HAKI JAMII       

                                                Irene Gai, Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH) Strategist, Oxfam Kenya

                                                Elizabeth Wambui, WaSHVoice for Women

                                                Protus Onyango, Director Gender, State Department for Gender Affairs

Side Panel 12. Sanitation Guidelines and Sanitation Workers: Improving Health, Safety and Dignity (Room 4)

Chair                                     Eva Muhia, President, Septage Emptiers Association of Kenya

Panel Members:               Mr Ibra Sow, President, PASA

                                                Peter Khamisi, Secretary General, Septage Emptiers Association of Kenya

                                                Kelly James, Knowledge and Research Advisor, Centre for Affordable Water and Sanitation Technology (CAWST)

                                                Director, Directorate of Occupational Safety and Health Services

                                                Margaret Maina, Managing Director, Limuru Water and Sewerage Company

3.30 – 4.00pm                     HEALTH BREAK: EXHIBITION AND POSTER SESSION

4.00- 4.30pm                      Plenary Session 5: Breaking Down Barriers to Financial Access for Sanitation

Keynote Speakers:          Pascaline Ndungu, Sanitation Specialist, World Bank

                                                Citizen Speaker: My Sanitation Experience – Slum sanitation Entrepreneur

Panel Members:               Barrack Amollo, The National Treasury

                                                James Wicken, Head, Global Policy, Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council

                                                Dr. Meshack Ndirangu, Amref Health Africa

                                                Kariuki Mugo, Kenya Country Manager, Water & Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP)

                                                Japheth Mbuvi, Deputy Chief of Party-USAID/KIWASH project

                                                Eng. John M. Muiruri, Director Infrastructure Development, MWSI

4.30 – 4.35pm                    Sanitation Documentary

4.35- 5.05pm                      Plenary Session 6: Achieving Basic Sanitation in Rural Kenya: Sanitation Market Shaping and                 the role of Private Sector (Convenor Session)

Convenor:                           UNICEF

Keynote Speaker:            Sahr Kemoh Unicef Regional Office

Panel Members:               Mary Ngunjiri, Water.org

                                                Samuel Langat, Lixil

                                                Diana Mulatya KIWASH

                                                Pamela Bundi, Finish.ink

 

5.05- 6.00pm                      HEALTH BREAK: EXHIBITION AND POSTER SESSION

 

6.30 – 9.00pm                    GALA EVENT: IKO-SAFI INNOVATIONS AWARDS CEREMONY*

 

DAY 4

Thursday 31 OCTOBER 2019

8.30- 9.15am                      Plenary Session 7: Sanitation and Devolution – Opportunities and Challenges in Kenyan                                                 Counties

Keynote Speakers:          Eng. Festus K. Ng’eno, CECM – Water, Environment, Energy & Natural Resources, Nakuru County; Chairman – CECs caucus on Water, Forestry & Mining Committee (COG)

                                                Citizen Speaker: My Sanitation Experience – Matatu Sector

Panel Members:               Hon. Veska Kangongo, CECM Environment, Energy, Water and Sanitation, Nairobi County

                                                Hon. Dr. Isaac Alukwe CECM Water, Irrigation and Environment and Natural Resources,                                                 Busia County

                                                Hon. Fatma Awale CECM Water, Sanitation and Natural Resources, Mombasa County

                                                Hon. George Rubiik, CECM Water, Environment and Natural Resources, Siaya County

                                                Hon. Emmanuel Kisangau CECM Agriculture, Water and Livestock, Kitui County

                                                Yussuf Dayib Ali, Chief Officer Water Resources, Wajir County

9.15 – 9. 20am                   Sanitation Documentary (II)

9.20am- 11.00am             Concurrent Sessions

Seminar Presentation 13.  Sanitation Governance (Aberdare-Lenana Foyer)

Sanitation in Informal and Peri-urban Settlements from Operator’s Perspective Case of Nairobi
Masinde G. B., Mbith L. M

Sanitation Governance
J. Kamau, E. Kiptoo, M. Mucheru, Jane Muriu, P. Mbagara

A diagnostic framework to assess the governance capacity of cities to implement a circular sanitation economy: lessons from Naivasha; S. Ndiba

Shallow Groundwater Pollution Challenges in Urban Centres in Kenya, Case study of Wajir Town
C. O. Juma, S. O. Owuor, A. Kapkiai

Kisumu pit-emptying policy interventions
J. Kones, E. Owako

Seminar Presentation 14. Sanitation Financing/Innovations (Shimba  Hills)

Water Sector Trust Fund Experience in Financing Community Led Total Sanitation in Rural Kenya;
WSTF

Leveraging resources for scaling-up sanitation in Kenya. Learnings from Siaya and Kitui Counties;
J. Aubriot

Increasing access to improved sanitation for the low income households Rethinking Financing.
L. Mbeki

Technology for onsite desludging
J. Irungu

Anti Microbial activity assay of anti bacterial compounds isolated from black soldier fly
E. Muthoni

Building Capacity for Rural Communities Towards Enhancement of the Sanitation Situation in Chiakariga Ward, Tharaka-Nithi County; Murunga, P.W, Muthama

 

Seminar Presentation 15. Sanitation, Human and Environmental Health (Room 3)

Sanitation infrastructure transformation in a small town: the case of bushenyi in Uganda;
S Ngere, T Acevedo

Re-looping in the sanitation the mass leaping to flush:  A case for Nichu in Meru County
Dominic S.K

Paradigm shift in faecal sludge management
J. N. Riungo

Behavioral changes in sanitation practices
E. Achebi

Effectiveness of an integrated household hygiene distribution kit in reducing childhood diarrhea. A post evaluations study under Kenya’s water and sanitation hygiene; D. Mulatya

Triggering for sanitation and Hygiene Behaviour Change in Wajir

S. Muhammed

Effect Of Irrigation With Treated Waste Water On Soil Characteristics And Bean Yield (A case study of University of Eldoret Farm)

M. V. Wanjiru, K.J. Kipkemboi, K. E Chessum

 

Side Panel 13. Policy and Guidelines on Faecal Sludge Management for East Africa (Convenor Session) (Room-Aberdare)

Convenors (Amref Health Africa, FINISH Mondial at WASTE (Netherlands), FINISH INK (Kenya), Amref Flying Doctors (Netherlands), International Water Management Institute (IWMI) (Sri Lanka), Ministry of Health (Kenya)

Chair                                     Martin Muchangi, [Regional Programmes Manager at Amref Health Africa] (HQ)

Panel Members:               Valentin Post, CEO of FINISH Mondial at WASTE (Netherlands)

Pamela Bundi, Coordinator FINISH INK (Kenya)

Martin Muchangi, [Regional Programmes Manager at Amref Health Africa] (HQ)

Jose Sluijs, [Portfolio Manager at Amref Flying Doctors] (Netherlands)

Miriam Otoo, International Water Management Institute (IWMI) (Sri Lanka)

Tobias Omufwoko, Policy Advisor at African Ministers’ Council on Water (AMCOW), (Nigeria)

Adam Mohamed, Head of Division, Water safety and Sanitation, department of environmental health at Ministry of Health (Kenya)

Eng. Robert Gakubia Water Services Regulatory Board (WASREB)

Alex Manyasi, Sanergy/Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) National Coordinator, (Kenya)

Side Panel 14. Water Quality and Pollution Monitoring For Improved Sanitation (Convenor Session) (Room-4) 

Convenor (Water Resources Authority)

Chair                                     Mohamed Shurie, CEO, WRA

Panel Members:               CECs Water and Environment from Nairobi, Machakos, Kajiado, Kiambu Counties to represent other counties

                                                DG NEMA CEO KAM

                                                MDs Nairobi City Water & Sewerage Company, Eldoret Water & Sewerage, Kisumu Water & Sewerage, Kiambu Water & Sewerage, CEO Northern Water Works Development Agency,

                                                MD, Coca Cola Bottling Co. Ltd,

                                                Ag. CEO EPZA

                                                CEO Athi Water Works Development Agency

 

Side Panel 15. Collaboration In Solving Issues in the Exhauster Sector (Convenor Session) (Room-Lenana)

Convenor: Private Exhausters Service Providers Sacco (PESP)

Chair                                      Mary Muriuki

Panel Members:               Paul Mwaniki, Chairman Private Exhauster Service Providers Sacco 

                                                Eng. Peter Njaggah, WASREB

                                                Salome Machua, NEMA

                                                Council of Governors Representative

                                                Water Utilities Association

11.00 – 11.30am               HEALTH BREAK: EXHIBITION AND POSTER SESSION

11.30am- 1.00pm             Concurrent Sessions

Seminar Presentation 16. Equity and Inclusion in Sanitation/Innovations (Aberdare-Lenana Foyer)

Sustainable Sanitation For Rural Populations
E. N. Mwangi

Assessing and Addressing Women’s Sanitation-related Safety Concerns in slums of Maharashtra, India P.Joshi,
S. Kale, T. Raut, R. Mhaske, A. Mormare, M. Banka

Pyloris process of converting bagasse landfill waste to energy
M. A.Kevin, Nzoia Sugar

Solutions for faecal sludge management in non-sewered urban centre
E. Odundo

Successes and Challenges of Public Sanitation Facilities (PSFs).
WSTF and Water Services Providers

Wastewater Management Using Biological Technology
D. Wanjuki

Feacal Waste Management in Low income settlements in Kenya: Case of Nakuru and Nairobi Counties

S.Simiyu, I. Chumo, B. Mberu

Adapting the community Health Strategy to address existing sanitation challenges in Kitui County; A qualitative study

N. Muturi, M.Mireku, L.Ookoth, Robinson Karuga, Regeru, Leonard Mbiu, Lilian Otiso

Adjusting the CLTS protocol to address the needs of Nomadic

A.  Hassan

Equity and Inclusion in Sanitation in Sanitation Strategy through village Sanitation mapping

Kinyanjui, D.Yegon, J, Simpoi, S

Water Access and Inequalities in Information Access and Transparency

F. B. Kwena

Seminar Presentation 17. Innovations and technologies in sanitation (Shimba  Hills)

Upscaling basic sanitation for urban poor matching.
D. S Kiogora, J. G Njagi

Conceptual framework for institutional faecal sludge
G Masinde, J. Njagi

Intergrated sanitation management system
D. Wamburu

Investigating the performance efficiency of black soldier fly larvae in Faecal waste conversion;
R. Mwende

Greening the brown leveraged re-use ethos Model
J. G Njagi

Geo Tubes Borrowing from waste treatment for dewatering
N. Korir

Emerging Sanitation Technology – What is on the Horizon?
Greene, N. Hennessy, S.

Bio-gas Technology and the Green Economy

        Umande Trust

 

 

Side Panel 16. SOLVOX WATER TREATMENT: Harnessing Oxygen to Boost Performance In Aerobic Wastewater Treatment Plants (Convenor Session) (Room 4)

Convenor:                           Marion Mwangi, Managing Director, BOC Kenya PLC

Chair                                     Rob John De Zoeten, Application Specialist, Bulk Markets

Panel Members                Patrick Riungu, Sales Manager, BOC Kenya PLC

Marion Mwangi, Managing Director, BOC Kenya PLC

                                                Martin Muchangi, Regional Programme Manager, WASH

Side Panel 17.  Role of ICT, Research and Training Generating Evidence in Sanitation (Convenor Session)
(Room-Aberdare)

Convenor: African Population & Health Research Center

Chair                                     Mr. Chrispine Juma, Director National Water Resources, Ministry of Water& Sanitation and                                                 Irrigation

Co-Chair                              Dr Caroline Kabaria, Associate Research Scientist, APHRC           

Panel Members:               Dr. Nduhia Gitahi, Principal Technologist, Department of Public Health, University of Nairobi

                                                Dr. Moses Rugutt, Director General, National Commission for Science, Technology and                                                 Innovation

                                                Dr. Joy Nyawira Riungu, Meru University

                                                Emmanuel Owako, WSUP

                                                Mr. Paul Muthama Deputy Director Research, Kenya Water Institute

                                                Dr. Eng. James Messo Raude, Senior Lecturer, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture & Technology

                                               

1.00 – 2.00pm                   LUNCH BREAK: EXHIBITION AND POSTER SESSION

 

2.00 – 2.15pm                    Chief Guest Exhibition Tour

CLOSING SESSION

2.15 – 2.45 pm                  Transforming Mindsets – Role of Citizens, Service Providers, Institutions and Governments in Accelerating Change in Sanitation.

                                                Keynote Speaker: Dr Wale Akinyemi, Chief Transformation Officer, PowerTalks

2.45 – 2.50 pm                  Sanitation Documentaries

2.50 – 3.30 pm                  Closing Plenary: Sanitation for All; Key Conclusions from Kenya Sanitation Conference 2019

Moderator:                        Eng. SAO Alima, Water Secretary, Ministry of Water, Sanitation and Irrigation

Panel Members:               Sub-Theme Chair, Sanitation Governance

                                                Sub-Theme Chair, Sanitation Financing

                                                Sub-Theme Chair, Sanitation, Human and Environmental Health

                                                Sub-Theme Chair, Equity and Inclusion in Sanitation

                                                Sub-Theme Chair, Innovation and Technologies for Sanitation

                                                Sub-Theme Chair, Sanitation in Emergencies

                                                Sub-Theme Chair, Role of ICT, Research and Training Generating Evidence in Sanitation

                                                Children Representative: Proceedings from Children Conference

                                                Youth Representative: Proceedings from Youth Conference

 

3.30– 4.30 pm                   CLOSING CEREMONY

Facilitator/Vote of Thanks

Mr. Joseph Keter, Secretary Administration, Ministry of Water & Sanitation and Irrigation

                                                CLOSING REMARKS

Joseph Irungu, CBS – Principal Secretary, Ministry of Water & Sanitation and Irrigation

Hon. Winnie Guchu, Chief Administrative Secretary, Ministry of Water & Sanitation and Irrigation

Chair, Council of Governors

Hon. Simon Chelugui, Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Water & Sanitation and Irrigation

                                                Keynote Address from the Chief Guest

4.30 – 5.00pm                    HEALTH BREAK: EXHIBITION SESSION – END

 

GALA EVENT: IKO-SAFI INNOVATIONS AWARDS CEREMONY PROGRAMME

VENUE: CARNIVORE GROUNDS

5.30PM                                 DEPARTURE FROM KICC

6.30 – 7.00pm                    Elevator pitches by finalists in Community category

                                                Elevator pitches by Top 3 finalists in University/Technical Institutes category

                                                Elevator pitches by Top 3 finalists in Sanitation Industry category

                                                Elevator pitches by Top 3 finalists in International category

7.00 – 7.30pm                   Awards Ceremony

                                                Innovations Committee:

                                                Dr Leunita Sumba and Dr Caroline Kabaria           

                                                Keynote Address from the Chief Guest

                                                Hon. Winnie Guchu, Cabinet Administrative Secretary, Ministry of Water & Sanitation and                                                 Irrigation

                                                IKO-SAFI INNOVATIONS AWARD CATEGORIES

                                                        Community category             

                                                        University/Technical Institutes category

                                                        International category

                                                        Sanitation Industry category

                                                Recognition Awards

                                                        Journalism Awards

                                                        COG County Awards

7.30 – 9.00pm                    Dinner and Entertainment