The Kenyan government has secured a whopping US$ 220m for water and sewerage projects in Mombasa and Kisumu. The funding is a deal in concessional loans and a grant with three European agencies. Treasury secretary Henry Rotich recently confirmed the reports and said that the agreement was with three parties; The French Development Agency (AFD), European Investment Bank and European Union. The AFD is set to provide US$ 168m, European Investment Bank will provide US$ 40m and a US$ 6m grant will come from the 28-nation European Union. The mega project will constitute of the construction of a new dam in Mombasa while the fund will be used to seek new water sources and upgrade supply networks in Kisumu in works that will eventually benefit satellite towns in western Kenya.