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  Imagine like Barnaby Phillips of AlJazeera you returned to #Kilimani #Nairobi after 40 years, what would you find? It contains parts from our chairpersons discussion with him on our work together as a commUnity at Kilimani Project Foundation. You can read more here https://goo.gl/PzN3vY ...

The compliance and enforcement technical team deliberated on the interpretation of the plastic ban gazette notice 2356 of 28thFebruary 2017 and wishes to state as follows; EXEMPTIONS Category 1: Plastic carrier bags- All bags in this category are banned. For clarity these are bags commonly known as “Juala”...

  Kilimani residents, business owners and leaders came together to do an electoral poster clean up in the area. The event also so the attendance of local MCA Moses Ogeto and Dagoretti North Candidate Beatrice Elachi.  ...

The Kilimani Project Foundation is a non-partisan organization and does not in any way support any political candidate or party. However, following several requests from our members and followers, we have developed this short guide that can take you through: The voting process. The elective positions...

  The Board and Members of the Kilimani Project Foundation would like to thank these partners for their assistance during the Kilimani Street Festival on 29th July 2017.  ...

  The Kilimani Dialogue with Candidates on the 22nd of July 2017 enabled both candidates and residents to discuss and understand the challenges faced in the ward. After the interactive dialogue sessions, the candidates had a chance to talk about themselves and their vision for Kilimani within the...

We are hosting a leadership dialogue with aspirants who are vying for seats as Members of Parliaments(MPs) for Dagorreti North Constituency and Members of County Assembly(M.C.As) Kilimani Ward this Saturday at the Milimani Primary School 1.30PM. Come out in large numbers and engage your soon to...

If philanthropy is serious about building solidarity, it must give away some of its own power. Irungu Houghton of the Kilimani Project Foundation cautioned that philanthropy shouldn’t just be about transferring bit big chunks of money, but rather must become more intent on being embedded in...