The National Land Commission of Kenya has a critical role to play in addressing injustices faced by those living in informal settlements, such as residents in Mukuru who suffer the “poverty penalty.” Tenure insecurity impacts access to justice, an
Livelihood vulnerability is a major characteristic of life in semi-arid areas of sub-Saharan Africa such as the Sahel.
Identifying opportunities, unlocking informality and leveraging assets to create sustainable housing for Nairobi's majority population
Over the next 15 years, over Kshs. 89.09 billion will be paid by slum-dwellers to informal service-providers for low-quality and high-cost services. This situation is replicated in almost all informal settlements within the city of Nairobi.Published dateFriday, January 2, 2015 - 05:00