Six SymbioCity Kenya Pilot towns and Counties are implementing Quick Wins, concrete small-scale solutions to local urban development challenges. These flyers explain what the initiatives are about.

In Mbita town, Homa Bay County, the focus is on setting up a proper waste collection system and promoting recycling.

How can the old market in Ontulili, Meru County be made a safer and more pleasant place to use for all the town’s residents? How can the banks of river Nyando be made a more attractive recreational space for the community?

These are some of the questions addressed through so called Quick Win projects, currently implemented in six small towns around Kenya. All initiatives have taken an integrated approach to sustainable urban development and emphasise community involvement.

These leaflets explain what the initiatives consist of:
Waste management and recycling: Homa Bay Quick Win (low resolution PDF)

Multi-purpose eco-park: Kakamega Quick Win (low resolution PDF)

Waste management and recycling: Kisumu Quick Win (low resolution PDF)

Rain water storage: Kitui Quick Win (low resolution PDF)

Upgrading market: Meru Quick Win (low resolution PDF)

Waste management: Trans Nzoia Quick Win (low resolution PDF)