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Wed, 2013-02-06 21:00

The shelter of choice when disaster strikes has always been tents. However, a new approach pioneered by a Kenyan is picking up as  Kevin Oguoko found out.

When skirmishes and disasters strike most parts of the world, organisations move in to provide emergency services to the affected people. In the case of violence and natural disasters, one of the most basic items needed urgently is shelter.

Fri, 2013-02-01 17:06

Property developers are facing hurdles in changing land-use from agricultural to commercial, putting the brakes on supply of new-builds.

Apparently, home builders are unable to obtain “straightforward certification”, a situation that has resulted in projects stalling at planning stages.

“This process is so fraught, and in some areas now so far delayed, that we are seeing multiple projects stalled,” said Caroline Kariuki, a mortgage broker.

Fri, 2013-02-01 15:58

From our Blog

Well, sweet is the fragrance of successful completion. Community proposals feedback marked completion of Kitui Learning Studio, laying solid foundations to pave way for community-driven implementation phase. Whilst the conventional planning processes are characterized by vertical hierarchical exchange of ideas and engagement in plan decision making, the Kitui Learning studio was anchored on integration and inclusivity:

It is well known and understood that public transport in Nairobi is accompanied by the struggles of traffic jam and misbehaviour by public service drivers. Just recently at the beginning of March, the long rain season began earnestly.

Service provision in majority of Kenya’s informal settlements is predominantly controlled by Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO’s) and cartels. This phenomenon is prompted by government’s reluctance to provide services in informal settlements owing to their informal nature.

Land tenure is among the key elements that define slum settlements. The lack of tenure security limits both private and public investments in settlements translating to slum conditions. The form of land tenure also has implications on which settlements get upgraded whether by government, communities or other partners.