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Private School Development

Kenya’s education sector is in crisis. Reasoned planning and concerted efforts from the government and the private sector will be required to save it. In public schools, classrooms are congested with as many as 80 to 100 pupils, especially in primary schools. In most public primary schools the facilities are often dilapidated and teachers poorly paid compared to other public servants.

Teachers’ unions place the shortage of teachers at about 100,000 while the Teachers Service Commission argues the number is in the region of 60,000. It has been hiring about 6,000 teachers annually to replace those who have left the service by natural attrition, retirement, resignation or death.

Private investment in education is an idea we cannot wish away. When it comes to Kenya’s private schools, a select few are elite, usually attracting parents ready and able to pay the premium fees for their children’s education. These elite private academies are well run and teachers are highly motivated. Hence why this is a project that is highly recommended and for this kind of project it needs a group who are committed to contributing every month until completion.  You appoint from your group the people to work with the developer until completion of the project

Real Estate Development

Housing shortage remains high and Kenya faces a huge housing shortage. More than 200,000 homes need to be built a year, but only 50,000 new units are being built annually. The shortfall leaves around 150,000 Kenyans un-housed every year.  Kenya has a rapidly growing real estate and housing finance sector.  As the mortgage market does not yet meet the breadth of the population who might afford a mortgage, most households still finance their housing independently, with savings or non-mortgage credit.

With an urbanization rate of 4.28 percent, demand for affordable housing will remain strong, also for affordable rental. In Nairobi, more than 67% of all residents live in informal settlements. The huge demand and supply gap is aggravated by the fact that property developers have concentrated on building houses for the high-income earners.

Kenya is the leading property market in East Africa

Because of its strong economic growth, Kenya has the lion’s share of East Africa’s property developments. Rents continue to rise as well. For this reason we want to enter the affordable Real Estate market and help our brothers and sisters by affording a clean modern secure place to live. This is a medium soft project that can be done is temps and help create a community centre or your choice.  Group of 100+ can oversee this project from a Model Home to Complete.

Housing shortage remains high

Kenya faces a huge housing shortage. More than 200,000 homes need to be built a year, but only 50,000 new units are being built annually. The shortfall leaves around 150,000 Kenyans un-housed every year and  Kenya has a rapidly growing real estate and housing finance sector.  As the mortgage market does not yet meet the breadth of the population who might afford a mortgage, most households still finance their housing independently, with savings or non-mortgage credit.

With an urbanization rate of 4.28 percent, demand for affordable housing will remain strong, also for affordable rental. In Nairobi, more than 67% of all residents live in informal settlements.  The huge demand and supply gap is aggravated by the fact that property developers have concentrated on building houses for the high-income earners. 

 

Wellness Centre 

Today the demand for better quality health care across Africa is greater than ever before and here in Kenya is no exception, in line with the Government’s Vision 2030 plan. With one doctor per 10,000 residents, Kenya faces a significant shortage of physicians. Rapidly changing disease patterns, high infant mortality rates, lack of access to medical oxygen, mis-diagnosis of illnesses and inferior treatment of preventable chronic diseases are commonplace.

Financial constraints and health care infrastructure limitations add to the barriers that citizens face in their daily lives.In response to these challenges, we should invest in our health care system privately to help our people.  This project was initially started by a group of 6 doctors from Middle East, Canada and USA. There was extensive research carried out by a team of qualified professionals. They were very much interested but were not able to organize themselves.

The plan was to build a 50 bed 2 storeys Wellness Center/ Hospital with an emergency/ Urgent Care.The reason we chose the word “Wellness Center “ vs a Hospital . Wellness is an active process of becoming aware of and making choices toward a healthy and fulfilling life. Wellness is more than being free from illness, it is a dynamic process of change and growth. We will foster a more preventative measure to most illnesses by doing workshops and teachings and creating awareness. It will also be a modern treatment facility and this project can be seen by a group of 200+ individuals contributions.  By a few appointed to oversee until completion. It was initially proposed in Nairobi, Nakuru and Kisumu