Case Studies Of Site And Services Schemes In Kenya
De Kruijff, G.J
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During 1979 the Housing Research and Development Unit evaluated the Site and Services programme of the Ministry of Housing and Social Services* in Kenya. The site and service programme is aimed to provide housing for the population which earns less than KShs.1200/- per month (160 US $). In this study 15 site and services schemes out'of the 72 initiated site and services schemes are studied in more detail. From the selected schemes project data costs, house type plans and site layouts are presented in a comparable standardised format. A summary of the field survey interviews with allottees and tenants has also been included. Where schemes are occupied, various photographs have been included to illustrate the visual aspects of the schemes. The following HRDU participants contributed to the study:- Field Surveys: M. Mulili E. Arodi J. Kamau J. Konji K. Njuguna C. Obura C. Ombura o. Opio Research Assistant (Social Interviewer) Research Assistant (Field Interviewer) . Research Assistant (Field Interviewer) Research Assistant (Field Interviewer) Research Assistant (Field Interviewer) Research Assistant (Field Interviewer) Research Assistant (Field Interviewer) Research Assistant (Field Interviewer) Photographs G.J. de Kruijff Drawings: G. Ochola G.O. Juma Research Assistant (Services Engineer) (Construction Technician) (Architectural Draughtsman) Research Fellow Research Assistant Typing: L. Wangugi A. Mwangi Secretary Secretary •. ou o o ,...~~ - O\lE.~~---- * The Ministry has since then been renamed as the Ministry of Urban Development and Housing) .
University Of Nairobi
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