Today we held a meeting with our community partners in Kisumu to get their input into the National Slum Upgrading and Prevention Bill 2018 to submit to the Task Force. Here are some of the photos from the meeting:
A 2017 World Bank report indicates that Kenya needs at least 2 million low-income homes to be able to realise economic growth. The government of Kenya plans to build 1 million homes by 2022, 800,000 of which will be affordable homes, while 200,000 will be social housing. The demand for low-income housing by the urban poor […]
As the county government of Mombasa moves with rapidity to implement the urban renewal and regeneration programs, the affected estates and households stand to lose if steps are taken to address the human rights concerns associated with these projects. Forced evictions are eminent and there exists no record or data to protect the affected households. Further, […]
Early this year, Hakijamii conducted a survey of non-formal schools in Nairobi. This report contains the findings of the survey which was conducted in four informal settlements of Nairobi being Kibra, Mathare, Kangemi and Mukuru.
Have a look at the Housing Fund Regulations 2018 down below.