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KenGen donates water tanks to help fight Covid-19

Thirty 5,000–litre tanks distributed to shopping centres in 15 locations around Seven Forks Dams

In Summary

• This was in support of one of the measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus

KenGen Eastern manager Eng Julius Odumbe
KenGen Eastern manager Eng Julius Odumbe
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More than 24,000 community members living near the Seven Forks Dams recently received water tanks donated by KenGen.

This was in support of one of the measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus. The company donated 30 5,000–litre tanks to various shopping centres in 15 locations around Seven Forks Dams.

In addition, each of the locations will receive 40 litres of soap, while critical areas such as dispensaries and police stations will benefit from 200 litres of sanitiser.

A community member washes her hands at New Site in Kiambere, Embu county
A community member washes her hands at New Site in Kiambere, Embu county
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Mukong’a chief David Musembi washes his hands
Mukong’a chief David Musembi washes his hands
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Kitui executive Patrick Musau
Kitui executive Patrick Musau
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Embu Water executive Jane Mugambi speaks
Embu Water executive Jane Mugambi speaks
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Kengen communications manager Grace Chepkwony
Kengen communications manager Grace Chepkwony
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Kiambere chief Solomon Mureithi
Kiambere chief Solomon Mureithi
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