In a bid to provide clean and safe water for communities in Kericho County in a sustainable manner, James Finlay Kenya has commissioned yet another community water project in the area.
The new Mosore Community spring conservation and water project which was conceptualised and constructued in two phases was built at a cost of Kshs 4,533,390.62/=. The project includes a conversation site, spring rehabilitation and protection and two water collection points (for human beings and for animals). The project is part of James Finlay’s bigger sustainability agenda.
The project will benefit approximately 500 people and their livestock living in Mosore Sublocation and its surroundings: including a school and a dispensary.
James Finlay believes in making a positive impact in the communities within which it operates hence its decision to form and fund Finlays Community Trust with the mandate to deliver maximum social, environmental, and economic benefits to local communities in Kericho and Bomet counties by taking a collaborative approach in working with the local communities.