63% of the individuals do not access to clean water which translates to about 750,000 individuals in Machakos. Everyone has the right to sufficient, continuous, safe, acceptable, physically accessible, and affordable water for personal and domestic use. Water is among the most fundamental requirements for life, historically recognised in both national and international priorities and targets, from the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to Kenya’s National Development Blueprint, Vision 2030. In line with SDG 6 targets 1 to 4, Kenya in its Vision 2030 aims to “ensure that improved water and sanitation are available and accessible to all.” Achieving this calls for concerted efforts from the government, civil societies, business community and corporates to expand access to water services. The key challenge lies not in reaching those close to the existing piped networks or in areas with relatively high rainfall, but in reaching the most excluded especially in remote rural areas.