Several water management laws have been enacted in Kenya and yet their impact in regard to river water management is not effective. This book addresses the disconnect that exists between the law makers, the implementers and the consumers of the laws. The author, through qualitative and quantitative data analyses, argues that laws that are enacted and passed through Kenya''s legal processes need to change the current approaches of dissemination to the consumers for them to serve their intended purposes. Kenya is gearing itself to become an industrialized nation through the Millennium Development Goals and Vision 2030. This will call for more use of river water resources - a major source of water in Kenya. This book recommends that there should be a direct link and coordination between the water management law makers, implementers and water consumers. The book is a must-read for environmental scholars in Environmental and Water Management Studies.