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Solving a Simple Problem…. or is it?

May 1, 2019 | Blog

For most Nairobians, municipal water is rarely enough for all domestic purposes and that is why all urban apartments have one thing in common…


THE COST OF SANITATION: - A Mobi-Water Experience

Apr 12, 2019 | Blog

For most of us in the city, getting access to a toilet is not a problem, in fact you probably don’t even think about it, when nature calls, you just…GO! Toilets are our ...


Introducing The New Mobi-Water 2.0

Mar 1, 2019 | Blog

Our mission to solve the African Water challenge drives every single thing we do. This very mission drives us to challenge old systems and continue to innovate. We already live in a world being driven by technology...


Mobi-Water Kibera Pilot – 1 year on…

Nov 29, 2018 | Blog

The Mobi-Water Pilot in Kibera dubbed “Maji Mkononi” has been operational for close to a year now!! It has gone by so fast, and while working on customizing our solution for this community, building engagement and trying to learn from them through community-led...


Water for everyone

Sep 11, 2018 | Blog

Life in The slum… The population of Kibera Slum, Nairobi is only just above 250K, with up to 60,000 people living in each square Kilometre, the population density is seven times greater than that of the rest of the City. This means that the abundance of water and... read more


Shedding Light on Water Distribution in Kibera

May 23, 2018 | Blog

Kibera is the largest slum in Kenya with an average population of about 250k people. Most of this population live below a dollar a day, so access to clean water and sanitation facilities has been a challenge. However, some efforts have been made by the governments and...


Mobi-Water: A Simple Yet Effective Solution.

May 14, 2018 | Blog

Such a good feeling when we see our innovation bringing the positive change we hoped it would for the local communities! Among Our first beneficiaries of the Mobi-water system in Kibera is a water point by the name Better-Life. Located in Kibera’s Laini Saba ward, the...