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The UN Habitat has expressed its intention to aid the country realise its ambition to facilitate access to adequate housing in line with Article 43 of the Constitution which provides for economic and social rights.

During a courtesy call to the Speaker of the National Assembly, Hon. Moses Wetangโ€™ula at Parliament Buildings on Wednesday19th June, Mr. Michal Mlynar, Acting Executive Director of UN Habitat acknowledged the crucial role Parliament plays in enacting legislation that addresses various social issues, including housing and urban development.

Speaker Wetangโ€™ula expressed his appreciation to the UN Habitat for its global organization's initiative to ensure the country achieves its dream to affordably and adequately house its citizens.

Mr. Mlynar shared details about their programs in Kenya, which focus on beautification of public spaces, urban planning for new towns, improving urban water and sanitation services, and implementing blue economy projects.

These efforts align closely with the National Assemblyโ€™s legislative priorities and underscore the importance of sustainable urban development.

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