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Kenya's efforts for equitable urban, regional development

The government is committed to sustainable urban development

In Summary

• Rapid urbanisation provides an opportunity and a challenge.

• Left unchecked, urban areas and cities can experience inequality, poverty, conflict, violence, and environmental degradation

Throughout modern history, urbanisation has been a major driver of development and poverty reduction.

The 21st century has reinforced this argument. It has been referred to as the first urban ...