Road runoff harvesting (RRH) is a practice of which its integration is not yet widespread, especially in Kenya. It is mostly practiced in the ASALs in Kenya. The ASALs constitutes about 80 percent of Kenya’s
land area which supports 50 percent of livestock population and 35 percent of human population (Mutunga, 2001). RRH is a technique that results in increased land productivity and environmental
sustainability. Read more about examples on RRH in Kitui and Machakos County here.
Last modified: September 18, 2018