Kenya Pooled Water Fund, is a legal entity that raises funds at the domestic capital market through bond sales and lends those funds to drinking water companies.

The main rationale behind pooled bond facilities is to provide access to capital market financing to help – in the case of Kenya – to achieve the Kenya Constitutional and Vision 2030 mandate of full access to safe water and sanitation for all.

KWPF aims to close the funding gap for Water and Sanitation Services (WSS) by establishing a financing facility that raises debt from the capital markets in order to lend to creditworthy Water Service Providers (WSPs) to build water and sanitation infrastructure

Funding for credit worth projects.

Projects should contribute to sustainable development goals.

Project investiment should be between KSHs.200 and 2 Million.

Project should be pro-poor and climate resilience components.

KPWF main aim is to help bridge the gap of tapping local institutional investors via the issuance of tax exempt infrastructure bonds.