The Buxton Housing project does not and will not address the housing crisis in Mombasa County. Read More
On Friday 14th October 2022, Haki Yetu Organisation launched a research report entitled: ‘Housing For Who?’ at Nyali Sun Africa Hotels. The launch was geared to underscore the need to understand how the housing crisis and the land question in Mombasa should be addressed.
The report analyses the place of the poor in urban development.
The attention of Haki Yetu Organization has been drawn to the public outcry following the decision of the former County government of Mombasa in constructing toilets on a public cemetery as part of corporate social responsibility for the world bank project of upgrading fresh water supply through Mombasa Water Supply and Sanitation Company (MOWASCO). Read More
In 2016, the County Government of Mombasa, through a public-private partnership project dubbed “Urban Renewal and Redevelopment of Old Estates”, sought to demolish old estates of Mombasa in order to build 30,000 apartments as part of its contribution to the Big Four Agenda. 90% of the units would go to the investor and the county would remain with 10% that could be occupied by the tenants of old estates. Read More
Vikobani, a settlement on an 0.8ha of land in Mombasa’s Jomvu sub-county is home to 36 families. The families can breathe a sigh of relief after a successful 8 year legal battle that ended with the families acquiring ownership documents to the land they so close came to loosing.