Shelter Afrique Dev. Bank Presents Papers to Kenya For Affordable Housing Push

Shelter Afrique Development Bank (ShafDB) has presented its credential papers to Kenya to help with President William RFuto’s Affordable Housing initiative.

The bank’s Chief Executive Officer, Thierno Habib Hann met Kenya’s Prime Cabinet Secretary and Foreign & Diaspora Affairs Minister of Kenya, H.E Dr. Musalia Mudavadi for official documentation.

Mudavadi urged Shelter Afrique’s not to relent in its ongoing transformation in the continent’s housing sector.

ShafDB Key Interest in Affordable Housing

Shelter Afrique seeks to support Kenya’s housing agenda with a particular focus on housing programs.

It is interested to address key thematic areas of climate financing, gender, migrants, refugees, and the diaspora.

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“We extend our gratitude to the Government of Kenya for their enduring confidence in our institution and for hosting ShafDB’s Headquarters for the last 42 years,” said Hann.

Kenya enjoys a steak at Shelter Afrique as the largest shareholder across Africa.

The bank will work with Kenyan authorities in implementing innovative solutions in the infrastructure.

Among the solutions include expediting the provision of quality, affordable housing, and associated infrastructure and urban development across the nation.

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