NaMSIP General FAQs
NaMSIP stands for Nairobi Metropolitan Services Improvement Project. NaMSIP is a World bank funded project implemented by the Metropolitan Directorate domiciled within the State Department of Housing and Urban Development. The project started on 17th December 2012 and due for completion on May 2019.
NaMSIP covers the Nairobi Metropolitan Region which includes five counties namely: Nairobi, Kiambu, Kajiado, Machakos and Muranga.
NaMSIP’s objective is to strengthen urban services and infrastructure in the Nairobi Metropolitan Region.
The total project cost is USD330 million. (USD 300 million and GoK USD 30 million).
NaMSIP implements projects in: improvement of road networks and storm water drainage, solid waste management, market spaces development, sewerage and sanitation, security through improvement of street lighting, and re-development of railway stations.
NaMSIP works in partnership with the five Metropolis counties namely: Nairobi, Kiambu, Machakos, Kajiado and Muranga with the support of World Bank.
NMR stands for Nairobi Metropolitan Region. NMR consists of five counties namely: Nairobi, Kiambu, Kajiado, Machakos and Muranga.
The beneficiaries of NaMSIP are the residents of Nairobi Metropolitan region and those visiting or passing through the region.
They benefit from:
- Re-development of railway stations and their access roads,
- Construction and rehabilitation of county connecting roads,
- Planned land use,
- Non-motorized walkways such as foot paths and bicycle lanes,
- Increased access to urban services such modern markets,
- Street and security lighting,
- Planned physical address system,
- Sanitation and solid waste management.