Rural areas in dark with least power connections

PHOTO | JARED NYATYAYA | FILE Kenya Power employees replace an electricity pole in Eldoret. A survey seen by the Nation ranks North Eastern counties as the worst hit with few households having access to water, electricity, improved sanitation, housing and fuel.

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  • The country also lacks access to safe latrines or toilets which has led to the pollution of rivers and the spread of diseases.
    Access to toilets
  • Mandera County has the highest number—94 per cent of households that use traditional fuels while Nairobi—two per cent—has the lowest.
    Electricity also remains a dream for many households with only 23 per cent of Kenyans having access.

Majority of the country’s population has no access to basic amenities, a new survey has shown.

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