Molo River Restoration Planning

The members of MISCC and contributing stakeholders gathered at community food and Environment Food Hall (COFEG) Molo, to discuss the restoration plan for the Molo River issues. This has been as a result of the previous survey that took place between June and July 2009 on the status of the river. This river whose sources are in Molo, drains in Lake Baringo and is depended upon by over 500,000 people.

The meeting brought together MISCC lead organisation members and stakeholders from the community based organisation, NGOs, church leaders and the youth from the upper catchment, middle and lower catchment between 23rd and 24th October 2009.
The stakeholders identified the ways to tackle the nagging aspects of Molo River and now are seeking for means to address the results arrived at during the meeting. Participatns noted with concern that it requires a concerted efforts from all stakeholders in order to save the river now and for future generations.