Posted on :Thursday , 1st February 2024
A project of Sh1.4 billion has been launched by the Kisumu government to convert slums into contemporary residential zones.
The county was eligible for the second Kenya Informal Settlements Improvements Project (KISIP 2), which is why this is happening.
KISIP 1 had previously been successfully adopted by the county.
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Posted on :Friday , 12th January 2024
Traders from all across Kenya congregate in Nairobi's Nyamakima shopping district, which is home to the nation's largest network of stores selling Chinese-imported electronics and electrical goods.
Shopkeepers distribute packages via bulk couriers to every region of the nation, including South Sudan and Uganda and they import goods in bulk from China to resell to other d. . .
Posted on :Friday , 8th December 2023
The world's biggest retail network of Chinese-imported electronics and electrical goods is located in Nyamakima, a shopping district in Nairobi, Kenya, where dealers from all over the country congregate.
Retailers here purchase goods in large quantities from China and resell them to other merchants. Bulk couriers deliver packages throughout the nation, especially to Sout. . .
Posted on :Tuesday , 7th November 2023
After an announcement that Kiambu County Government has been paying Sh1.7 billion a year for electricity costs related to street lights, the government intends to switch to solar lighting systems.
According to Governor Kimani Wamatangi, the county's monthly electricity expense for street lighting is Sh 142 million and because power prices are rising, that amount might so. . .
Posted on :Wednesday , 13th September 2023
The Eastern and Southern African Trade and Development Bank Group (TDB) has granted $30 million to d.light, which offers eco-friendly goods and the funding to low-income households worldwide. With this funding, d.light will be better able to expand Tanzania's availability of renewable energy by purchasing up to $125 million of receivable assets.
The funding will be used to ex. . .