Solar pump project aims to ease Kenyan water shortages

AlertNet: Blue skies and sunshine don't make Joseph Katitu a happy man. The 49-year-old sorghum farmer and father of nine shakes his head at the glaring sun as the last cloud fades in the sky above him. "Mvua haitakuya (The rain will not come)!' he sighs. The lack of gathering clouds is an ominous sign that Tseikuru District, some 230 km (150 miles) east of Kenya's capital Nairobi, will have to wait a while longer before the heavens open again. But the power of the sun will soon be turned to the......

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