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The market for water treatment and vending enterprises in Kenya (Inglês)

Governments, development agencies and nonprofit organizations have made significant investments in water infrastructure, yet water scarcity and contamination remain widespread in developing countries. A flourishing industry of independent, small-scale water providers is filling the gap in traditional water services in most developing countries. In Kenya, water-treatment kiosks targeting middle-and high-income consumers are emerging. This market brief provides an overview of the Kenyan market, and reviews evidence on the potential for such business models to deliver safe, affordable drinking water to low-income segments. This research was conducted by the Aquaya Institute for its Water Business KitsTM program, which is being developed in partnership with International Finance Corporation (IFC’s) sanitation and safe water for all program.

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