Giving back to local communities has been a commitment of Davis & Shirtliff since its founding in 1946...

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Balancing the scale between the lives and livelihood of a people is a tough call for any leader. As with the rest of the World, the impact of COVID-19 in Kenya has stretched beyond the spread of the actual virus, to the threat of an economic crisis on the poorest of society.

The Human Needs Project (HNP) is an NGO that has worked with Davis and Shirtliff for many years to set up a large scale water project that serves the 16,000 households of Gatwekera Village in Kibera. In a bid to support the residents of Gatwekera village to mitigate the looming financial crisis currently plaguing most households, HNP has made water accessible at no charge, along with other water-related facilities like heated showers and hand washing points. In support of this, Davis and Shirtliff has donated 25 no. hand washing stations and 2 Dayliff pumps. To hand over the units, were Business Development and Marketing Director, Mr. Edward Davis together with the Operations Director, Mr. David Bolo