[CAE N°44] Slum Upgrading programmes in Nairobi. Challenges in Implementation, 2011

Slum Upgrading programmes in Nairobi. Challenges in Implementation, Les Cahiers-Afrqiue-Est-44-2011Cahiers d’Afrique de l’Est n°44, 2011

Editor : Rosa Flores Fernandez

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– TABLE DES MATIÈRES, CONTENTS –

Acknowledgements

Contributors

Foreword

PART I: CONCEPTUALIZATION AND PREPARATION

Introduction

Part I: Conceptualization and Preparation of Slum Upgrading Programmes
(Samuel Owuor)

Physical and Spatial Characteristics of Slum Territories – Vulnerable to Natural Disasters
(Rosa Flores Fernandez)

Kibera: The Biggest Slum in Africa?
(Amélie Desgroppes – Sophie Staupin)

The Slum Shacks Question and the Making of 21st Century Political Citizenship in Postcolonial Nairobi, Kenya and Harare, Zimbabwe
(Steve Ouma Akoth)

Slum Upgrading: The Muungano Wa Wanavijiji Vision
(Ezekiel Rema)

Community Voices in Sustainable Slum Upgrading Processes: The Nairobi People Settlement Network
(Humphrey Otieno)

The Influence of the Tenure System to the Physical Environments in Nairobi’s Human Settlements
(Peter Makachia)

Land Tenure in Slum Upgrading Projects
(Paul Syagga)

PART II: TAKING ACTION IN SLUM UPGRADING PROJECTS IN NAIROBI

Introduction

Part II: Taking Action in Slum Upgrading Projects in Nairobi
(Rosa Flores Fernandez)

Kenyan Government Initiatives in Slum Upgrading
(Leah Muraguri)

The Kibera Soweto East Project in Nairobi
(Rosa Flores Fernandez and Bernard Calas)

Empowering the Urban Poor to Realize the Right to Housing: Community Led Slum Upgrading in Huruma – Nairobi
(Kamukam Ettyang’)

Korogocho Slum Upgrading Programme
(IFRA)

Umande Trust Bio-Centre Approach in Slum Upgrading
(Aidah Binale)

Working with Communities to Improve Dignity: The Case of Improved Bio-Centres in Kenya
(Geaorges Wasonga)

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