Kenya is engaging the World Bank to unlock housing supply to amplify President William Ruto’s housing agenda and to help bridge the current annual deficit of 250,000 residential units.
In a Monday meeting with the World Bank in Nairobi, the Housing Principal Secretary Charles Hinga said
Rachel Mwangangi is getting ready to move into her dream home in Nairobi, within the first quarter of 2022. It is the culmination of a long and arduous journey for the single parent who works with county government and solely fends for her two children
Construction of houses under the second phase of the urban renewal project program is set to begin now that all 81 residents of Jeevanjee and bachelor's tenants have been relocated.
According to the Nairobi County Executive for urban planning and lands Charles Kerich, the developer has