We are looking for Operations Managers to oversee urban improvements in a number of Kenyan towns. Kitui, Kakamega, and Meru Counties have an extended deadline for call for proposals till December 18th!
Being a long-term process, urban development requires long-term political agreements and planning – beyond elective terms. This was concluded at the Urban Leadership Forum in Nakuru.
A prolonged debate on the importance of county spatial plans ensued at SymbioCity’s Urban Leadership Forum (ULF) in mid November. CoG together with the National Government developed guidelines for county spatial planning in 2017. Yet, to date, only Lamu County has a spatial plan.
Are you skilled in project management and interested in sustainable urban development? SymbioCity Kenya is looking for Operations Managers for the programme's seven Pilot projects. Please apply no later than December 8th 2018!
SCK is looking for a Kenyan drainage expert to help improve the drainage system of Ahero town, Kisumu County.
"When the Project put up benches, I was thrilled - relaxation enhances our health." Hear what shop owner David Luvai and other Kiminini residents have to say about ongoing urban improvements in their town!

SymbioCity Kenya is a partnership between Kenya’s Council of Governors (CoG) and Sweden’s Association for Local Authorities and Regions (SALAR).

2018 is implementation year for SymbioCity Kenya. In this calendar you can see what’s coming up.

Urban Sustainability Reviews, manuals and more related to urban development from SymbioCity Kenya and the Council of Governors.