World Bank courtesy call

World Bank courtesy call

Uasin Gishu Deputy Governor H.E Daniel Chemno says Eldoret town is clean after reaching an agreement with hawkers to relocate to market stalls that were built by the County Government.

H.E Chemno was speaking on Thursday when he hosted a delegation from the World Bank and Kenya Informal Settlement Improvement Programme(KISIP), said the stalls are clean and secure for hawkers to carry out their businesses.
He added that with over 30kms of Non- Motorized walking paths, pedestrians have something to be proud of.

The delegation is in the County to inspect the progress of projects that are currently ongoing in Kimumu, Munyaka and Hill School.

On his part, CEC for Roads Transport and Public Works, Eng Gideon Birir, said the County Government is working with the global lender to see to it that no estate is pronounced a slum in Eldoret.”We are also keen on mapping our physical planning as this will lead us in future designs” added Eng. Birir.

Some of the completed projects done by the organization are the installation of security lights along the completed NMTs.

The World Bank’s phase one projects are closing in May this year, after which the second phase will begin.

The teams are thereafter set to visit the ongoing projects.

Kimumu MCA Hon Sara Malel, World Bank’s task team leader Sheila Kamunyori and KISIP Coordinator Peris Mangira are others officers who attended the meeting at the Deputy Governor’s Office.

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