Our organization originates from the enduring commitment through the Kenyan entity KPAG. We bridge the experiences and established infrastructure in this organization to the entity Wable in 2019. Wable envisions to scale up the KPAG activities with the aim to provide more communities in Kenya, East-Africa and the world at large with nature-based economically viable solutions.
Wable provides guidance, strategies and tools for community building and empowerment and realizes on-the-ground projects that are working examples of social and environmental re-generation. We believe solutions can arise from collaborative relationships that foster diversity and co-creation. Our innovative approach for creating a decentralized drinking water service ensures just governance through local stewardship and long term environmental resilience, thus making systemic change for the better.
Pre-filtration – Purification – Post-filtration: The heart of our water point is the treatment station. The three stages are installed in a suitable environment and are designed according to the raw water source and the size and kind of distribution suitable for the needs.
M-Safi management hub
Wable has created a water management system that taps into the current habits and needs of its users, the vendors and other stakeholders. A simple device, the hub, is installed at every water point. For the customers it is a cardless ‘tap and go’ system. The hub has up to three taps. Tailored information is displayed through a frontend dashboard application.
Realising the importance to safeguard the sustainable use of water resources, Wable focuses on agricultural interventions, being perceived as the biggest leverage point for soil conservation and thus groundwater recharge.
Since our Water Points are often located near schools and other public facilities such as markets, Wable works on the improvement of adequate sanitation and improved hygiene.