Centre for Integrated water and Basin Management (CIWAB) in collaboration with World Wide Fund (WWF) Kenya and other partners are currently implementing a project Catchment to Tap (C2T).

 Through this project World Wide Fund (WWF) has donated conference facilities for online meeting and training.

The project will last until 2025 and is funded by World Waters and Kenya Water and Sanitation Civil society (KEWASNET) and coordinated by Prof. Eng. Japheth Onyando of department of Agricultural Engineering Egerton University.

The facility will be available for use by other departments, University Conferences and other online activities.

The handing-over ceremony was done on 18thJuly, 2022 to the department of Agricultural Engineering in the presence of:

  1. Dr. R. Wambua- Dean FET
  2. Prof. Eng.  J. Onyando - Project Coordinator
  3. Dr. R. Okwany – Ag. COD. AGEN
  4. J. Rono  - FET Administrator
  5. L. Oguda – ICT -FET
  6. T. Kiogora – WWF Representative
  7. S. Orondo - WWF Representative