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 Nairobi Metropolitan Services Improvement Projects (NaMSIP)

Nairobi Metropolitan Services Improvement Project (NaMSIP) is under the State Department of Housing and Urban Development in the Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure, Housing and Urban Development. The Project is part of a metro-wide development initiative and is financed by the National Government of Kenya with support from the World Bank at a cost US$300 million and US$30 from government as counter fund.  The project started on 17th December 2012 and is due for completion on March 31st 2020.

NaMSIP supports the growth of the Nairobi Metropolitan Region (NMR) into a world class African metropolis through the design and implementation of critical urban services including transport, storm water management, street lighting and disaster management, sanitation and solid waste management.

The project is implemented in collaboration with five County governments which comprise the NMR namely; Nairobi, Kiambu, Machakos, Kajiado and Murang’a. Other key partners include the Athi Water Services Board and Kenya Railways.

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Projects at a Glance

Roads Construction Projects
Commuter Rail Stations
Sewerage and Storm Water Projects
Ongoing Market Projects
Disaster & Emergency Preparedness
Intergrated Urban Water Development

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