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Manifesto koalisi Jubilee Pilar pertama Koalisi Jubile 8211 UMOJA (UNITY) Pemerintah TheCoalition akan: Gunakan tindakan afirmatif untuk memastikan bahwa orang-orang yang kurang terwakili dan kelompok-kelompok yang terwakili dengan benar dalam segala hal. Pastikan bahwa semua IDPs (Mau Forest Evictees, PEV IDPs, penghuni liar di wilayah Pesisir diselesaikan dan jika mungkin kembali ke rumah mereka sesuai dengan hukum dan memiliki tempat tinggal yang layak jika mereka melakukannya. Pastikan 30 dari semua orang yang ditunjuk ke publik Badan dan parastatis adalah perempuan Secara aktif mempromosikan penunjukan orang muda, kelompok penyandang cacat dan terpinggirkan ke posisi publik Keamanan: Menjaga Kenya aman dan aman Koalisi akan Melengkapi dan memodernisasi pasukan keamanan, terutama melalui peningkatan motorisasi yang secara dramatis akan meningkatkan kemampuan untuk mengatasi Kejahatan dengan cara yang lebih efisien dan terfokus Memastikan bahwa aparat keamanan menerapkan kebijakan sub-kontrak pengadaan dan pemeliharaan Buy Kenyom untuk mendukung bisnis domestik Mengguncang NIS dan meningkatkan dan berinvestasi di Unit Anti Terorisme dengan keahlian profesional untuk Menangani kelompok-kelompok seperti Al-Shabaab. Loloskan Undang-Undang Terorisme Pencegahan baru untuk memberi polisi dan pasukan keamanan lainnya t Kekuatan yang dibutuhkan untuk menjaga agar penduduk Kenya tetap aman, pada saat yang sama memastikan bahwa tidak ada orang Kenya yang ditargetkan atau dilecehkan secara tidak adil. Perbaiki pembayaran dan kondisi pelayanan polisi. Perkuat Otoritas Pengaduan Polisi Independen yang baru untuk menyediakan kapasitas independen untuk menyelidiki kasus-kasus korupsi dan pelecehan, dengan wewenang untuk menunda petugas dan merujuk kasus ke Direktur Jaksa Penuntut Umum. Memasukkan teknologi CCTV dalam perang melawan kejahatan. Menyediakan asuransi jiwa yang didanai pemerintah untuk personil pasukan yang disiplin agar dapat menjamin penghidupan dan kesehatan keluarga mereka. Buat Pasukan Keamanan Perbatasan yang baru untuk mempertahankan perbatasan negara dan memberikan dukungan keamanan tambahan ke negara-negara perbatasan. Promosikan prinsip-prinsip nilai keluarga seperti kejujuran, etika kerja dan kerja berbasis positif dan produksi, sehingga dapat melemahkan akar kejahatan dan meningkatkan kerukunan melalui keadilan sosial, keadilan dan pemerataan sumber daya yang adil. Tingkatkan rasio polisi-warga dari 1: 1 150 dengan rasio 1: 800 warga negara dalam waktu lima tahun untuk merekrut 15.000 petugas polisi ekstra per tahun dan meningkatkan efisiensi dengan menyediakan peralatan keamanan modern dan transportasi, termasuk setidaknya dua kendaraan polisi per bangsal. Dorong partisipasi dalam program pengembangan kapasitas berkala untuk menjaga ketertiban dalam kekuatan disiplin. Membangun hubungan fungsional melalui pelatihan dan melalui struktur komando berbagai disiplin angkatan bersenjata untuk menciptakan sinergi, khasiat dan kerja sama, sehingga memaksimalkan kapasitas masing-masing. Merasionalisasi anggaran keamanan dan pengadaan barang dari peralatan dan layanan keamanan untuk pengawasan publik dan mekanisme pengawasan dan memastikan penawaran yang kompetitif sehingga dapat mempromosikan transparansi, menghilangkan pemborosan dan kualitas jaminan dan nilai untuk dana publik. Kontrak keamanan yang besar harus diperiksa oleh komite parlemen dan badan pengawas yang relevan. Memperkenalkan teknologi bolus untuk menangani gemerisik ternak dan bentuk-bentuk pencurian ternak lainnya. Konten lainnya pada pilar pertama yang dimulai8230 Pilar kedua koalisi 8211 Pertumbuhan dan Pembangunan UCHUMI (Ekonomi): Membangun ekonomi perusahaan Pemerintah Koalisi akan: Mempromosikan pembentukan Timur Tunggal African Market (SEAM), benar-benar menghapuskan tarif dan hambatan di antara negara anggota Komunitas Afrika Timur dan bergerak menuju penciptaan mata uang regional tunggal. Targetkan tingkat pertumbuhan 7-10 persen dalam dua tahun pertama Pemerintahan Yobel untuk menciptakan 1 juta pekerjaan baru untuk masa muda kita. Potong sampah dan pertarungan korupsi sehingga sumber daya masyarakat dihabiskan dengan bijak dan benar. Kurangi defisit publik sehingga Pemerintah membelanjakan lebih banyak uang untuk layanan daripada melunasi hutang Kenyas. Menjaga nilai tukar tetap stabil dan mengendalikan aliran uang ke dalam ekonomi agar menurunkan suku bunga dan menjaga inflasi tetap terkendali. Buat 1 juta lapangan kerja baru dengan: Sektor manufaktur Kenyas yang tumbuh secara aktif melalui insentif pajak dan hibah untuk perusahaan luar negeri untuk mendirikan pabrik industri di negara yang akan memasok ekonomi Afrika Timur dan kita yang lebih luas. Menciptakan infrastruktur energi yang andal dengan memperluas jaringan grid nasional dan mempromosikan energi terbarukan. Ini akan memungkinkan sektor swasta merencanakan dan berinvestasi untuk pertumbuhan. Menerapkan kebijakan Beli Kenya untuk Pemerintah dan parastaton, di mana barang dan layanan Kenya mendapat prioritas pertama. Kami akan mendorong sebuah rezim yang hanya terlihat di luar Kenya jika barang dan jasa tidak dapat ditemukan secara lokal dengan harga yang wajar. Memperkenalkan sebuah kebijakan dimana setidaknya 10 pengadaan Pemerintah diperoleh dari entitas yang didirikan di bawah dana perusahaan muda. Mendorong perusahaan dengan: Memperluas ekonomi dan mempromosikan industri sehingga peluang kerja dan bisnis tercipta. Kami akan mengubah Youth Enterprise Development Fund dan Kenya Industrial Estates menjadi badan usaha nasional baru Biashara Kenya. Badan ini akan mengkatalisis pertumbuhan ekonomi lebih lanjut. Mempertahankan fokus pemuda dengan menempatkan perwakilan dari Aliansi Sektor Pemuda Nasional di dewan agensi baru. Memberikan perpisahan pajak kepada anak muda kita untuk mendorong mereka memulai bisnis pemula. Untuk mempertahankan ini, Pemerintah Koalisi akan memperkenalkan kebijakan pembelian barang dan jasa produksi lokal. Membuat rezim Pengadaan Umum terbuka, transparan dan bebas korupsi untuk memastikan bahwa semua pengusaha muda yang layak mendapatkan - kesempatan untuk mendapatkan tender Pemerintah. Mengembangkan Taman Industri dan kluster khusus di negara-negara yang akan menargetkan kaum muda dan wanita yang memulai usaha kecil dan menyediakan akses ke peralatan listrik, air, peralatan modal dan lingkungan sanitasi bersih dan akses jalan yang lebih baik. Ini akan mendorong pertumbuhan di tingkat kabupaten dan membantu membendung migrasi pedesaan-perkotaan, yang merupakan ketegangan yang signifikan di kota-kota besar Kenyas. Buat Dana Perwalian Nasional dari sebagian besar hasil penjualan Pemerintah atas saham dan aset parastatonnya. Dana tersebut akan disesuaikan dengan nama setiap warga negara dalam hal dana pensiun, rekening CDS, dan Dana Jaminan Sosial lainnya. Dengan segera, mengaktifkan 30 aturan pengadaan dalam kebijakan pengadaan Pemerintah. Dalam proyek spesifik seperti pemanenan air dan energi terbarukan, pengusaha perempuan akan diprioritaskan. Kami juga akan meninjau Dana Usaha Womens untuk membantu pengusaha perempuan mencari kontrak dan bisnis besar. Melengkapi taman investasi dengan barang modal utama yang dibutuhkan dalam mengoperasikan usaha kecil seperti mekanik motor, pipa ledeng, pengrajin, kulit dan pekerjaan kayu, pertukangan dan perdagangan serupa. Kami akan, misalnya, menyediakan alat untuk teknisi dan perusahaan berbasis ITC. Memberikan layanan pelatihan dan menciptakan pasar untuk barang dan jasa produsen lokal, baik secara regional maupun internasional. Kami akan mempromosikan nama merek produk buatan lokal, untuk meningkatkan pendapatan bagi perajin yang menjanjikan. Lebih khusus lagi, kita akan menciptakan pasar untuk produk Jua Kali, produk perawatan tubuh pria dan wanita, kedai kopi dan bar susu. Membangun Program Stimulus Ekonomi (ESP) dengan membangun badan pembangunan ekonomi lokal di tingkat kabupaten sehingga setiap daerah dan daerah pemilihan akan memiliki akses terhadap fasilitas dan layanan penting. Memperkenalkan potongan pajak untuk perusahaan yang membentuk program magang untuk kaum muda yang memperlengkapi orang muda dengan keterampilan dan teknologi yang diperlukan Mendorong pengembangan skema keuangan mikro untuk bisnis baru dan petani di sepanjang garis model Bank Grameen yang terkenal dan berhasil. Manufaktur: Memicu sebuah revolusi industri Pemerintah Koalisi akan: Memperbaiki infrastruktur energi kita dan mempromosikan sumber energi alternatif untuk menciptakan rezim energi yang memadai dan hemat biaya yang diperlukan untuk industri lepas landas. Perbaiki layanan infrastruktur lainnya untuk bisnis, seperti jalan, kereta api dan pasokan air. Menerapkan undang-undang Kemitraan Publik Swasta Baru (PPP) untuk mendorong investasi swasta dalam proyek publik, mempercepat penyampaian infrastruktur yang sangat dibutuhkan untuk mencapai Visi Kenya 2030. Membangun Bank Pembangunan Kenya untuk menyediakan pembiayaan yang tidak tersedia saat ini ke sektor swasta untuk semua jenis modal Proyek, termasuk pembangunan infrastruktur. Membantu sektor bisnis Kenyas menjadi seoptimal mungkin dengan mengurangi perpajakan bisnis, menghapus peraturan yang tidak perlu dan mendorong persaingan melalui zona usaha baru di setiap daerah. Perkenalkan insentif pajak untuk mendorong investasi dan pertumbuhan di sektor manufaktur dan jasa, yang memungkinkan Koalisi berjanji untuk menciptakan 1 juta lapangan kerja baru untuk menjadi kenyataan. Mengejar kebijakan stabilisasi nilai tukar dan kebijakan moneter yang akan menurunkan suku bunga. Borong dana untuk Anti-Palsu untuk melawan pemalsuan. Memberikan pinjaman dan hibah kepada usaha kecil baru melalui lembaga pengembangan baru 8211 Biashara Kenya. Teknologi Informasi dan Komunikasi Koalisi Pemerintah akan: Meningkatkan kapasitas sumber daya manusia di TIK melalui peningkatan pendidikan TIK di sekolah dan pelatihan bagi para guru. Menetapkan sistem pendaftaran tunggal universal yang diaktifkan saat lahir yang akan mempermudah pendaftaran, pendaftaran ID Nasional, pendaftaran pemilih, NHIF, NSSF, dan peraturan pajak atau registrasi terkait lainnya. Perluas jaringan serat optik untuk menutupi rumah sakit, sekolah dan kantor polisi. Secara progresif meluncurkan WI-FI gratis di kota-kota besar dalam 5 tahun ke depan. Buat pusat inkubasi untuk start up TIK di setiap daerah melalui agen baru Biashara Kenya. Kalahkan membeli kebijakan lokal untuk Pemerintah dan patastatik yang memungkinkan perusahaan ICT Kenya lokal menjadi pemasok. Merampingkan Pemerintahan dengan menciptakan satu sistem rekam elektronik tunggal di semua Departemen dan menerapkan IFMS, yang melacak belanja publik ke Pemerintah daerah dan daerah. Kembangkan pusat Inkubasi TIK di tingkat kabupaten dengan rencana untuk memperluas ini ke tingkat pemilih untuk memberdayakan kaum muda kita dengan pelatihan dan pengalaman kerja yang diperlukan untuk mengembangkan layanan dan produk ICT yang siap di pasar. Kembangkan Kapasitas Sumber Daya Manusia kita melalui pendidikan untuk meningkatkan kemampuan dalam melakukan tugas secara efektif di lingkungan digital. Melek huruf mencakup kemampuan untuk membaca dan menafsirkan media, untuk mereproduksi data melalui manipulasi digital, dan untuk mengevaluasi dan menerapkan pengetahuan baru yang diperoleh dari lingkungan digital. Ini akan mengarah pada Pemerintah dan Bisnis yang lebih efisien. Tangani korupsi melalui penerapan IFMIS di tingkat Pemerintah Pusat dan Kabupaten. Dengan menggunakan teknologi, kita akan membiarkan masyarakat berjalan dengan Pemerintah melalui setiap langkah proses tender dan untuk melacak setiap shilling pajak yang dikeluarkan oleh Pemerintah kabupaten dan pemerintah nasional. Memulai program Pemerintah Digital dengan membersihkan dan mengelola database yang akan disimpan di lokasi yang aman dan terpusat dan dapat diakses dan digunakan oleh semua kementerian dan cabang Pemerintah. Ini akan membuat Pemerintah lebih efisien. Berinvestasi dan memfasilitasi ekonomi digital dengan memberdayakan kaum muda kita untuk mengembangkan perangkat lunak yang siap pasar dan, dimana Pemerintah dan Pemerintah Daerah akan menjadi konsumen utama dari produk softwarep ini. Menciptakan lapangan kerja bagi kaum muda melalui pekerjaan terkait TIK di Pemerintahan dan dunia usaha yang didukung oleh program pengembangan pendidikan dan profesional serta memberi mereka pengalaman kerja yang diperlukan. Pariwisata: Hanya Kenya yang akan melakukan Pemerintah Koalisi akan: Mempromosikan Kenya sebagai tujuan akhir dan bukan pemberhentian dengan tujuan menggandakan jumlah wisatawan menjadi 3 juta pengunjung per tahun. Memberikan insentif untuk mendorong investasi akomodasi wisatawan untuk meningkatkan kapasitas tempat tidur di seluruh negeri. Perkenalkan insentif, diversifikasi produk dan perbaiki persyaratan infrastruktur lainnya untuk mendorong investasi semacam itu yang akan menarik wisatawan bernilai tinggi seperti konferensi bisnis, wisata olahraga dan pariwisata medis. Tingkatkan mandat dan tingkatkan dana Dewan Pariwisata Kenya untuk memungkinkannya mempromosikan beragam tujuan wisata di luar taman nasional kami yang indah dan mempromosikan investasi di atraksi alternatif berkualitas tinggi. Tingkatkan keamanan agar wisatawan merasa aman berkunjung ke negara kita. Ini termasuk melindungi tidak hanya turis yang mengunjungi Kenya, tapi juga lingkungannya sendiri, dan memastikan bahwa tindakan konservasi yang tepat dilakukan setiap saat. Promosikan pendapatan alternatif masyarakat yang tinggal di sekitar permainan dan cadangan satwa liar untuk memastikan mereka tidak menjadi ancaman bagi habitat alami dan memperluas sistem manfaat langsung kepada penduduk setempat untuk memasukkan Taman Nasional. Meningkatkan kapasitas Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) dengan memperkenalkan unit udara, penyediaan armor tubuh untuk sipir dan fasilitas yang bersaing untuk staf KWS. Juga mengenalkan umpan robot pada tahun 2015 sebagai program percontohan untuk mengekang perburuan liar. Rancang dan perkenalkan jaringan intelijen KWS yang rumit untuk memantau hewan, hindari gangguan dan hentikan ancaman terhadap taman. Lobi internasional untuk menghentikan perdagangan gading dan produk perburuan lainnya. Reformasi Tanah Properti yang memiliki demokrasi Pemerintah Koalisi akan: Mengenai kebijakan umum tanah, Pemerintah Koalisi Membentuk dan memperkuat daftar hak tanah nasional wajib. Komputerisasi dan sistem pendaftaran dan pengelolaan lahan. Sehubungan dengan tanah milik pribadi, Pemerintah Koalisi akan: Badan Pengawas Tanah yang Memperbaiki dan menghapus biaya pencarian. Kendalikan pengembangan melalui kebijakan zonasi daerah setempat. Perkenalkan sistem perencanaan keuntungan sehingga pengembang berkontribusi pada Dana Infrastruktur Daerah sebagai bagian dari proses perizinan perencanaan. Sehubungan dengan lahan publik, Pemerintah Koalisi akan: Mengambil alih tanah publik yang tidak diduduki tanpa kompensasi. Mengadili pencalonan lahan, terutama pejabat pemerintah. Berkaitan dengan tanah Komunitas, Pemerintah Koalisi akan: Segera mengajukan tuntutan perpuluhan Tanah Komunitas. Berikan masyarakat, bukan Komisi Pertanahan Nasional, judul ke tanah milik masyarakat. Berikan setiap orang Kenya hak untuk menyewa tempat tinggal yang layak di komunitas mereka. Menyediakan dana untuk kabupaten untuk menyelesaikan proses pendaftaran dan unregistering lahan masyarakat. Memfasilitasi penyelesaian sengketa properti atas lahan masyarakat dengan menciptakan tribunal masyarakat khusus, bekerja dengan pemimpin adat dan lainnya. Menyediakan infrastruktur dan layanan utama seperti air dan listrik untuk mendorong aktualisasi hak kepemilikan. Energi: Kekuasaan untuk semua Pemerintah Koalisi akan: Memastikan setiap warga Kenya memiliki akses terhadap listrik pada tahun 2020. Perluas kapasitas produksi listrik ke IOGW selama dekade berikutnya dan kemudian mencapai 25GV pada tahun 2030, sehingga mengubah Kenya menjadi eksportir energi bersih. Mendorong dan mengembangkan proyek KPS dan menciptakan lingkungan yang mendukung berdasarkan praktik terbaik internasional untuk menarik perusahaan swasta dan mempercepat penyampaian proyek energi untuk kepentingan masyarakat Kenya. Doronglah generator energi swasta baru di pasar Kenya dan tingkatkan investasi swasta di perusahaan-perusahaan milik negara yang ada seperti KenGen, Kenya Power dan Kenya Pipeline Company. Selesaikan Proyek Ring Transmisi Nairobi dan Jalur Transmisi Mombasa-Nairobi untuk memastikan pasokan listrik yang andal untuk dua kota terbesar kami. Prioritas pembangunan pipa minyak dari Sudan Selatan dan kilang minyak baru di pantai. Merombak program elektrifikasi pedesaan saat ini untuk membawa listrik ke setiap desa melalui proyek energi terbarukan kecil seperti panel surya dan turbin angin, didanai oleh penjualan aset energi negara. Dorong partisipasi sektor swasta di seluruh sektor energi terbarukan. Berikan pinjaman berbiaya rendah untuk rumah tangga dan desa yang saat ini berada di luar grid untuk membeli sistem tenaga terbarukan kecil. Pinjaman tersebut dapat dibayarkan kembali sebagai bagian dari tagihan listrik mereka dengan menggunakan layanan pengiriman uang bergerak. Perkenalkan pinjaman 5 tahun dengan bunga rendah, dibayar kembali sebagai bagian dari tagihan listrik, untuk rumah tangga dan bisnis yang ingin terhubung ke jaringan listrik nasional. Mengatur kilang minyak dan pusat distribusi di dalam wilayah produksi. Dorong pendirian peternakan surya yang sebagian dimiliki oleh masyarakat setempat untuk memasok energi masyarakat lokal dan menjual surplus tersebut kembali ke Kenya Power dengan harga komersial. Ciptakan Dana Pendapatan Gas 86 Minyak dan berikan 5 pendapatan publik kembali kepada masyarakat setempat tempat sumber daya berada dan 5 untuk membayar penggalangan skema energi terbarukan lokal. Ini juga akan mendanai restorasi dan rehabilitasi daerah penggalian. Siapkan lembaga pelatihan dan penelitian nasional untuk menghasilkan keahlian teknis kelas dunia di sektor energi. Memastikan kecukupan pasokan energi dan mengobatinya sebagai katalisator bagi pertumbuhan industri dan stimulasi pembangunan ekonomi nasional. Tinjau ulang undang-undang yang mengatur akses terhadap sumber daya energi untuk memberi sumber 20 hak bagi pendapatan bersih sumber daya. Menerapkan undang-undang untuk memastikan penggunaan yang tepat dari perkiraan pendapatan minyak dan gas bumi yang diharapkan untuk kepentingan semua orang Kenya. Tetapkan dana kekayaan negara dalam negara berdasarkan praktik terbaik internasional untuk mendapatkan pendapatan dari sumber daya saat ini bagi generasi Kenya di masa depan. Pertanian dan ketahanan pangan: Revolusi hijau Pemerintah koalisi akan: Memperkenalkan pinjaman negara yang terjangkau untuk mensubsidi pupuk dan peralatan pertanian sebagai cara untuk memastikan keamanan pangan. Menetapkan skema irigasi nasional yang dinamis untuk membuka lahan yang lebih subur. Permudah orang Kenya untuk menyewa lahan pertanian dan memberikan layanan penyuluhan. V Ciptakan dan dorong Trust Investasi Pertanian (AITs) melalui insentif pajak untuk mengarahkan investasi swasta ke sektor pertanian. Mendorong mekanisasi dan penambahan nilai agar pemuda Kenya dapat memperoleh kesempatan kerja dan investasi di bidang pertanian. Tetapkan skema asuransi ternak nasional dan perkenalkan sistem evaluasi ternak yang dapat diterima yang akan mempermudah pendeta untuk mengakses kredit. Dorong setiap sekolah untuk memiliki model pertanian dan peternakan ikan. Untuk meningkatkan Ketahanan Pangan, Pemerintah Koalisi akan: Meningkatkan efisiensi produksi pertanian melalui mekanisasi dan penggunaan teknologi modern dalam pertanian sambil meningkatkan program subsidi benih dan pupuk bersertifikat untuk mengurangi biaya produksi pangan dan mengelola inflasi. Triple alokasi anggaran untuk penelitian dan informasi ilmiah dan menciptakan Kerangka transfer teknologi untuk meningkatkan produktivitas pertanian. Dalam lima tahun, menempatkan sejuta hektar tanah di bawah irigasi modern dan memperluas produksi pertanian dengan menggunakan teknologi modern di lahan yang saat ini dibudidayakan dan pada 2,5 juta hektar saat ini tidak digunakan. Dalam dua tahun, mulailah dan terapkan skema asuransi kemitraan publik-swasta untuk melindungi ternak dan petani tanaman dari risiko, termasuk bencana dan dampak perubahan iklim. Kurangi biaya kredit paling sedikit 50 dari tingkat komersial (untuk petani tanaman pangan dan peternak) dan tingkatkan akses meskipun mengkonsolidasikan, merasionalisasi dan memanfaatkan sektor keuangan sektor pertanian dan peternakan (terutama Agricultural Finance Corporation 8: Agricultural Development Corporation). Inisiasi dan dukung kerangka tingkat kabupaten untuk penambahan nilai melalui pengolahan hasil ternak dan produk pertanian di sumber untuk memaksimalkan keuntungan bagi petani. Ganda dan diversifikasi cadangan makanan strategis nasional dari 22 sampai 40 konsumsi tahunan. Tingkatkan anggaran sektor pertanian sesuai rekomendasi Deklarasi Maputo dan dapatkan surplus pangan. Menyediakan infrastruktur yang diperlukan untuk mendukung pertanian komersial dan produksi ternak, termasuk rumah kaca, bendungan, silo, gudang dan pendingin. Merombak mandat Dewan Peternakan Nasional untuk memastikan penelitian ternak yang berkelanjutan, meningkatkan pemasaran dan penambahan nilai hasil ternak dan memperluas layanan kepada pastoralis. Memfasilitasi dan mendorong masyarakat dan wilayah pastoral untuk mendirikan bank padang rumput di sepanjang jalur penggembalaan tradisional, yang akan didukung oleh fasilitas dan layanan sosial seperti pusat kesehatan, sekolah dan taman bisnis. Tawarkan jaminan minimum kepada petani dalam hal hasil panen dan harga pada awal musim panen. Air: Menuju aman, air bersih untuk semua. Pemerintah Koalisi akan: Membuat kebijakan air lebih akuntabel dan memberantas korupsi dengan menggabungkan 8 Dewan Layanan Air regional saat ini menjadi satu Otoritas Layanan Air Nasional (WSA) tunggal, dengan unit yang dilimpahkan pada tingkat kabupaten. Letakkan perwakilan di Dewan WSA dari pemerintah kabupaten baru, LSM 8: Kelompok Aksi Air berbasis masyarakat. Mengharuskan WSA untuk menghasilkan strategi investasi infrastruktur 5 tahun yang rinci yang menguraikan investasi yang dibutuhkan untuk meningkatkan jaringan air bersih, dan memastikan akuntabilitas melalui audit dengan target setiap orang di negara mereka yang memiliki akses terhadap persediaan air. Meningkatkan investasi di 117 Water Service Providers (WSP) dengan mengizinkan kemitraan publik-swasta. Perbaiki pendanaan infrastruktur air, dengan mewajibkan negara-negara untuk berkontribusi melalui CIF baru mereka, di samping retribusi layanan saat ini pada WSP 8: hibah negara. Berikan Papan Pengaturan Pelayanan Air (WASREB) kekuatan untuk menempatkan batas pada tarif air. Menetapkan kebijakan pemanenan air nasional di setiap desa dan atau kawasan sebagai bagian dari rencana investasi 5 tahun dan mewajibkan semua perkembangan baru untuk memasukkan program pemanenan air. Perkenalkan sistem tarif air tingkat fiat berdasarkan area, dengan permukiman informal yang menerima layanan secara gratis. Tinjau kembali perjanjian interaksional yang membahas pengelolaan pasokan air untuk melayani kepentingan terbaik orang Kenya. Lingkungan: Melindungi Lingkungan Kenyas Pemerintah Koalisi akan: Melindungi hutan yang tersisa dari Kenya dan meningkatkan tutupan hutan kita menjadi 10 selama 20 tahun ke depan meskipun merupakan skema penanaman nasional dan dengan memberikan alternatif untuk pertanian intensif dan mengakhiri kelonggaran Untuk pengembangan mewah dan proyek industri. Dalam jangka pendek, berikan insentif dan komersialisasi penanaman pohon untuk memenuhi kebutuhan energi 80 keluarga di Kenya yang sekarang bergantung pada bahan bakar kayu. Secara progresif meningkatkan foresttree mencakup lebih dari 10 lahan di setiap kabupaten melalui integrasi agroforestri ke dalam program penyuluhan arus utama. Merehabilitasi daerah gersang melalui aforestasi, pencegahan erosi tanah dan reklamasi lahan. Menghadapi polusi industri, dengan memastikan industri melepaskan emisi non-tonik melalui penelitian terutama di danau Kenyas. Lindungi integritas taman nasional dengan merekrut penjaga taman yang lebih lengkap dan lebih baik serta melibatkan masyarakat setempat dalam mengelola taman. Tetapkan serangkaian cadangan laut tambahan. Lindungi stok ikan Kenyas dengan mengenakan pajak dan mendaftarkan pukat memancing milik asing melalui pemolisian tubuh air yang lebih efektif. Menetapkan kerangka regional untuk perdagangan karbon di seluruh EAC dan wilayah Afrika yang lebih luas dan yang lebih jauh. Meningkatkan investasi di sumber energi bersih seperti panas bumi, angin dan matahari. Posisi Kenya sebagai pusat perdagangan kredit karbon benua Afrika dengan membentuk skema perdagangan karbon regional. Menerapkan mekanisme perundang-undangan untuk pembuangan limbah manusia dan industri. Menerapkan mekanisme perundang-undangan untuk menghilangkan emisi berbahaya, termasuk yang berasal dari pabrik dan kendaraan bermotor. Transportasi dan Infrastruktur: Sistem transportasi dan infrastruktur abad 21, Pemerintah koalisi akan melakukannya. Berikan tanggung jawab Otoritas Jalan Nasional Kenya untuk semua jalan internasional, nasional dan utama. Menghapuskan Otoritas Jalan Pedesaan Kenya dan Dinas Jalan Perkotaan Kenya dan menyerahkan pengelolaan jalan-jalan sekunder dan minor ke kabupaten-kabupaten. Memprioritaskan peningkatan jaringan jalan pedesaan dan jalan pengumpan. Lanjutkan dengan program upgrade ke jaringan jalan utama. Perbaiki jaringan rel untuk meningkatkan hubungan antar kota besar. Ini termasuk membangun Railway Gauge standar baru dari Mombasa ke Malaba dengan jalur cabang ke Kisumu sesuai dengan rencana induk Kereta Api. Hal ini bertujuan untuk meningkatkan transportasi barang saat ini dengan kereta api dari arus 5 menjadi paling sedikit 50. Buatlah serangkaian jaringan kereta api komuter di semua kota besar di Kenya yaitu Nairobi, Mombasa dan Kisumu, termasuk sebuah link ke Bandara Internasional Nairobis Jomo Kenyatta. Melaksanakan dan mengaktualisasikan koridor LAPSSET (Pelabuhan Lamu, Sudan Selatan, Transportasi Ethiopia) Merestrukturisasi dan memodernisasi layanan kapal feri dan kapal darat di Kenya dan menciptakan hubungan dengan pelabuhan utama dan jaringan jalan. Jadikan JKIA sebagai pusat penerbangan regional dan perkembangkan dan modernisasi internasional yang ada. Bandara yaitu Mombasa, Kisumu, Eldoret. Perluas, modernisasikan dan pertahankan lapangan terbang dan buat jaringan lapangan terbang untuk mempromosikan perdagangan. Lengkapi perluasan Bandara Internasional Jomo Kenyatta yang mencakup terminal dan landasan pacu baru, dan bangunlah sebuah bandara internasional baru di Isiolo. Tingkatkan jaringan jalan beraspal dari arus 1 1.000km (7) menjadi 24.000 km (15) dalam lima tahun dengan menggunakan instrumen pengembangan modern seperti konsesi, kemitraan swasta swasta (PPP), pengaturan Build Operate Transfer (BOT) dan Tol dan Pemeliharaan. Memodernisasi dan memperbaiki pelabuhan Mombasa dengan standar internasional untuk melayani Komunitas Afrika Timur dan wilayah Afrika tengah. Kembangkan kebijakan yang diperlukan untuk menjamin keamanan semua sistem transportasi dengan penekanan keselamatan di jalan raya. Mengembangkan kebijakan untuk menjamin keamanan sistem transportasi Memperbaiki jaringan kereta api yang mengarah ke kota-kota besar Memodernisasi layanan kapal feri dan air di Kenya untuk mendorong pergerakan orang dan barang yang efisien. Perombakan landasan pacu yang sudah ada dan buat jaringan lapangan terbang untuk mempromosikan perdagangan. Lengkapi perluasan Bandara Internasional Jomo Kenyatta dan jadikanlah sebuah hub regional yang mencakup terminal dan landasan pacu baru, dan bangunlah sebuah bandara internasional baru di Isiolo untuk memenuhi permintaan internasional yang semakin meningkat. Lanjutkan modernisasi Pelabuhan Mombasa untuk memperkuat peran utamanya sebagai pelabuhan internasional terbesar dan tersibuk di Pantai Afrika Timur, dan selesaikan pengembangan pelabuhan laut baru di Lamu. Pra-desain semua sistem transportasi untuk mengakomodasi kabel ICTelectric, air dan sistem pembuangan kotoran dan jalur khusus. Merehabilitasi jalan yang ada untuk membuka daerah baru. Upgrade jaringan jalan beraspal untuk membuatnya dapat diakses oleh kendaraan bermotor. Mengembangkan pelabuhan domestik dan internasional di pantai Kenya (Samudra Hindia, Danau Victoria, dan Danau Turkana) Pilar ketiga koalisi UWAZI (Openness) Corruption: Membersihkan kekacauan ini Pemerintah Koalisi Memberikan Komisi Etika dan Anti Korupsi (EACC) Kekuatan untuk mengadili kasus-kasus korupsi seperti yang terjadi di negara-negara Afrika lainnya.Mengatur dewan antikorupsi lokal di tingkat kabupaten dengan kekuatan untuk merujuk kasus ke EACC atau ke Direktur Penuntutan Umum.Untuk siapa pun yang dihukum karena tuduhan korupsi karena bekerja di Pemerintahan , Dalam pekerjaan sektor publik mana pun.Mengakui undang-undang yang diperlukan sehingga perusahaan Kenya yang terbukti bersalah melakukan praktik korupsi akan dikenai pembekuan aset mereka oleh pengadilan. Ban perusahaan asing terbukti bersalah melakukan praktik korupsi sejak beroperasi di Kenya. Perkenalkan pembekuan otomatis di Aset siapa pun yang didakwa atas tuduhan korupsi (dengan persetujuan pengadilan yang sesuai). Mengakhiri kekebalan Parlemen dari tuduhan korupsi. Tata Pemerintahan: Bekerja dengan masyarakat sipil Pemerintah Koalisi akan: Memperkenalkan Undang-Undang Amal untuk mengatur kampanye politik oleh LSM, untuk memastikan bahwa mereka hanya berkampanye mengenai isu-isu yang mempromosikan pengunduran inti mereka dan tidak terlibat dalam politik partai. Ini juga akan memberikan transparansi penuh untuk pendanaan baik untuk LSM maupun proyek perorangan. Membentuk Badan Amal untuk menyediakan alokasi anggaran tahunan ke sektor LSM. Mempromosikan akuntabilitas dan koordinasi antara sektor LSM dan pemerintah nasional dan daerah. Kembangkan kemitraan yang kuat dengan sektor LSM yang meningkatkan agenda pembangunan negara dan mempromosikan kepentingan rakyat Kenya. Devolusi: Kekuasaan kepada rakyat Koalisi Pemerintah akan: Mengurangi jumlah kementrian pemerintah dari 44 menjadi 22 sejalan dengan Konstitusi baru dan merampingkan fungsinya untuk mencapai efisiensi dan pemberian layanan yang lebih baik. Menggambar garis antara fungsi eksekutif nasional dan daerah, dengan maksud mengalihkan fungsi yang secara konstitusional ditugaskan ke Pemerintah daerah sesegera mungkin. Menambah basis pendapatan Pemerintah di tingkat nasional dengan menutup celah pajak dan menciptakan sistem pengumpulan pajak yang lebih efisien. Dengan menggunakan Pendekatan Hasil Cepat (Rapid Result Approach / RRA) untuk meningkatkan kemampuan administratif di semua departemen eksekutif daerah, dimulai dengan yang paling tidak diberkahi: mempersiapkan mereka untuk mengambil fungsi yang ditetapkan untuk Pemerintah daerah berdasarkan Konstitusi. Mengembangkan program pelatihan dan sertifikasi baru yang bekerja sama dengan Transition to Devolved Government Authority, Kenya School of Government dan universitas kami. Membantu semua kabupaten untuk membangun basis pendapatan daerah yang kuat untuk secara bertahap meminimalkan ketergantungan mereka terhadap pendapatan pajak nasional yang akan dibagikan kepada mereka. Memperluas aliran pendapatan untuk pemerintah daerah melalui pajak properti, pajak hiburan, usulan pinjaman untuk mendapatkan persetujuan dari Departemen Keuangan dan royalti dari eksploitasi sumber daya alam jika berlaku. Meningkatnya anggaran nasional yang dialokasikan ke kabupaten dari IS saat ini menjadi 40 dalam lima tahun ke depan. Memastikan bahwa Dana Perimbangan segera disalurkan dalam bentuk hibah bersyarat kepada pemerintah daerah untuk memulai pembangunan daerah-daerah yang terpinggirkan dan terbelakang. Kami percaya bahwa pemerintah daerah paling cocok untuk mengidentifikasi kebutuhan kritis kawasan marjinal di dalam yurisdiksinya. Membentuk Dewan Pinjaman dan Hibah untuk memastikan bahwa pinjaman dan hibah nasional yang ditujukan untuk pembangunan dibagi secara adil. Memastikan melalui mekanisme pengembangan kapasitas yang disengaja dan alokasi sumber daya, bahwa dalam setahun pemerintah daerah telah mengambil alih tanggung jawab konstitusional mereka. Transferring the function of the development of education infrastructure for primary and secondary schools to county Governments, while the national Government retains responsibility for all regulatory and employment matters. Facilitating the establishment of national institutions within counties to enhance national integration. Creating structures to facilitate direct scrutiny and audit of county and national Government programs, investment and projects. Creating a benefit-sharing framework that ensures local communities benefit from national resources in their locality. Ensuring the equitable distribution of revenue is raised nationally among national and county Governments. Ensuring expenditure that will promote the equitable development of the country including by making special provision for marginalized groups and areas. Ensuring that affirmative action continues to be applied in respect of disadvantaged areas and groups. Creating youth employment opportunities through affirmative action schemes to ensure fair access to jobs in county Governments. Expanding the mandate of the Kenya Revenue Authority by elevating it to an autonomous institution to ensure greater accountability in revenue collection to both national and county Governments. Transforming the Regional Development Authorities (currently operating under the Ministry of Regional Development) into Inter-County Corporations to be used as vehicles for joint county development projects. Boost local economies by: Transforming the Youth Enterprise Development Fund into a National Enterprise Agency, Biashara Kenya, to drive economic assistance, innovation and wealth creation. Transforming the counties into actual centers for development and growth by devolving responsibility for the Economic Stimulus Programs (ESP) to county level with Biashara agencies reporting directly to the new County Governors. Ensuring the transparent management of devolved funds and resources. Allowing counties greater financial independence by giving them access to local and international loans and grants. Establishing County Infrastructure Funds (CIF) in each county to fund the development and u keep of roads and houses. Ensuring that all residential and commercial developments in each county contribute to the County Infrastructure Fund through a Local Planning Gain Obligation.Understand Edit Nairobi has a population of three million plus. Situated on the Nairobi River, the city is not only the largest and fastest growing city in Kenya, but one of the largest in Africa. History Edit The word Nairobi derives from a water hole known in Maasai (an Eastern Nilotic language) as Enkare Nyirobi, which means cool waters. Nairobi, which was a swamp area, was founded in 1899 and was first a railway camp for the Uganda Railway. The city became Kenyas capital, which was Mombasa initially, and it also became the capital of the British East Africa Protectorate in 1905. With the spread of plagues in the early 1900s, the town was burnt down and had to be rebuilt. Having a railroad system in the system helped it to have drastic growth, becoming the second largest city in Kenya behind Mombasa. The city of Nairobi also grew due to administration and tourism businesses (mostly big game hunting). The British, who were one of Kenyas colonizers, set up shop in Nairobi, leading to the creation of big hotels primarily for the British hunters. Also, Nairobi has an East Indian community from those who are the descendents of original colonial railway laborers and merchants. Get in Edit Citizens from most countries will have to obtain a visa upon arrival. Currently, this costs US50 for a single-entry visa and 100 for a multiple-entry visa (Euros, British Pounds and Swiss Francs are accepted as well). However, some countries require a visa before arrival, and some dont require one at all. For more information, see the Kenya article. If you are only traveling through the country via a connecting flight and will not leave the secure area of the airport you will not need a visa. The yellow fever vaccination is no longer required if youre coming from EU, Asia or North America. However, a vaccination certificate might be required if youre coming from a country where yellow flu is endemic. By plane Edit Regular flights to Nairobi are operated by Ethiopian, Kenya airways, British Airways, Egypt Air, Etihad Airways, Fly Emirates, KLM Qatar Airways, Swiss International Airlines and Turkish Airlines. Kenya Airways is the national airline and travels throughout Europe, Africa, and the Asia-Pacific region. Nairobis main airport is JKIA Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (IATA. NBO ), southeast of the city centre. If taking a taxi from JKIA, use a reputable taxi many are waiting outside to give you conveyance, and the cost should be very near 1,500KSh to the city center Westlands (car with chauffeur KES2,000 - Sept 2015) or such places more west or north will be more. When taking a taxi to your accommodation, avoid being talked into taking their recommendation for accommodation, although this is very at your own risk. There is also Wilson Airport, south of the citys center, for domestic flights. Lighter, Cessna-type aircraft can be seen there. The militarygovernment airport is in Eastleigh district (pron: East-Lee), a very large residential area of housing in the eastnorth-east of Nairobi, but the government airport is fenced around and does not handle civilian traffic. To and From the center, you can take Bus 34 for 50KSH to the international airport from the Ambassador Hotel . By train Edit The city is also accessible by train from Mombasa, with three times a week arrivals and departures at the Nairobi Railway station. The trains only go east to Mombasa. There are 3 classes: First, Second and General. First and Second are sleepers. First have 2 seats in a cabin, Second have 4. In Second Class genders are separated unless you purchase the entire compartment of 4 seats. First and second-class includes bedding, breakfast, and dinner. Both can be purchased without bedding or food. Tickets have to be booked through the office on Station Road in south-central Nairobi, or online. the 1st and 2nd class train fares are 2 or 3 times more than the bus fare. but the 3rd class fare is less than the bus fare. By bus Edit Kenyas bus system is mostly reliable. There are many bus companies that have routes going to and from the countrys different cities, including Nairobi, the center of the bus network. By matatu Edit Matatus (14-18 seater minibuses) and shuttles (6-seater cars) are convenient, inexpensive (and often the only) modes of public transport connecting Nairobi to towns and tourist destinations in the Rift Valley and Central Highlands such as Naivasha, Nyeri, Nanyuki, Isiolo, and Thika. Matatus can be obtained from the River Road area. Exercise extreme caution in this area: petty theft is a major concern, and valuables such as mobile phones and wallets should not be prominently displayed here, particularly after dark and even while in the matatu (see safety section below). The best method of connecting to a matatu is to arrange for a taxi to drop you off and pick you up directly at the location of the matatu that you are boarding or alighting from. If youre boarding a matatu from Nairobi, tell the taxi driver your destination and they will drop you off at the correct location. If you are being picked up, then tell the taxi driver the location youre coming from as well as the matatu company that you are using (your ticket should have the operators name). It is best to arrange for a taxi from the hotel youre staying at. Matatu prices can cost anything from 200 KSh (matatu to Naivasha) to 450 Ksh (shuttle to Nanyuki). The price is dependent on the distance of travel. By boat Edit Entry into Nairobi by boat is not possible, but one could certainly arrive in Kenya by boat via Mombasa or Lamu, and proceed by road, air, or rail to Nairobi. Get around Edit Nairobi has notoriously bad traffic and at rush hours (7-9am, 4.30-6.30pm) much of the city grinds to a halt. Just about every bad driving habit is practiced, in particular by matatus and buses. Be careful getting around Nairobi if you have an appointment to make, traffic is very bad like any other major city, but if you use common sense and a local or guide, you should be able to get where you want. If self-driving a GPS is a good idea, essential even, given the lack of road signs. However GPSs can tempt you to take backroad shortcuts when stuck in traffic that turn out to be dead-ends. As a general rule dont take a short cut if no one else is trying the same thing. By taxi Edit Due to the danger of hiring taxis off the street and the high prices of corporate taxis, most taxis users in Nairobi develop long-term relationships with a few trusted taxi drivers who are based around their home and office. Theyll call them for everything and if hes not available, hell send one of his trusted colleagues serve them. The challenge is what to do if you dont have a trusted taxi or know who to ask. Taxis are not very cheap, but will make city life easier and safer, at least at night. Always set and agree on prices before the trip, and pay afterwards. You can find taxis parked around hotels and tourist areas though theyll often charge exorbitant prices. The taxis tend to be marked with a yellow line on each side. You can also hire a taxi for the full day if you are making multiple stops either for business or tourism. Taxi Apps such as local favorite MARAMOJA (which is built on trusted networks) and international brands such as Easy Taxi and Uber are increasingly more popular in Nairobi. If you need to arrive somewhere very fast and Nairobis notorious traffic is bad, you can hire a boda boda (motorcycle taxi) for a fraction of the cost from most street corners although due to fear about motorcycle taxis, many people prefer to find boda boda through apps. Walking is not generally considered safe for foreigners in many parts of Nairobi but because of traffic jams, sometimes its necessary. It could be best to walk if the destination is less than 3km away at some times. On average, it can take you one whole hour to reach a destination thats 4km away during congested periods. By bus (matatu) Edit A matatu (public minibusescommuter buses) is typically used for traveling between downtown Nairobi and the suburbs. Matatus vary in size, between the van sized 14 seat Matatus and the larger 50-seat buses. While generally safe, you should be aware that matatus are involved in a high number of accidents every year. Matatus are often overcrowded, with more people than seatbelts and therefore can be dangerous if involved in accidents. Because there are no licensing requirements, matatus are often poorly driven, with drivers passing on curbs, speeding, or passing in oncoming lanes while cars are oncoming. On each bus is a conductor who will hang out of the matatu and call out a price (usually between 10ksh and 40ksh) and location the matatu is driving. Recently, the government has decided to ban the 14-seat matatus inside Nairobi, effective January 2011 in hopes of reducing traffic and accidents in town (which is actually not in effect since 2011-2013, that is until now). The best choice is probably the Double M Commuter Buses or the City Hoppa bus service and of late, the revived Kenya Bus Service. Beware of traffic jams on the large motorways, not only in the rush hours. By foot Edit Walking around Nairobi is fairly easy since the city is small and places are easy to get to. However, there are some areas within the city where tourists should not go minimise walking around at night. Thugs are rampant in many areas. By Rental Car Edit Car hire from the airport is possible, and fairly painless with prices in line with other African countries. In the recent past, Nairobi had a severe car-jacking problem, but because of increased police check-points, it has become marginally safer. Travelling during the day reduces your chances of getting car-jacked, as most car-jacking occur after dark. Many of the usual car hire chains have franchises in the city and several rental options are available, with the cheapest rentals starting from Kshs4,000 per day. You can hire cars with a driver(chauffeur-driven) or on self-drive basis. Most car hire companies offer saloon cars, 4x4s, Vans, Buses and Safari Vans and Jeeps. Local car hire firms are available often on a cash-in-advance basis. These operators are cheaper and more flexible than the international brands, but you risk greater levels of hassle in the event of an accident, theft or breakdown. Rates for local car hire start at around Khs3,500 per day for a saloon car. Central car hire 1 is a reliable, trustworthy, and helpful rental company based in Nairobi. Two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive vehicles are available and are well-maintained. Cyrus Car Hire, based at the Fairview Hotel, offers Corollas at Khs4,000 per day and a Rav4 at Khs5,000. Happy to pick up and drop off the car anywhere in town. 0722 705071. Hire N Drive Kenya Ltd.254722417475 2 has a variety of vehicles and they can bring and pickup the car at your hotel, airport or at any shopping mall within the city. Nairobi Car Hire 3 offers good services for 4x4 and other categories of cars. Starting at USD100 according to their website. Offroad Car Hire 4 specializes in off-road 4X4 vehicles and has prices for volunteers, missionaries and NGOs which are below the average car rental rates. Nairobi is known as the safari capital of Africa, however the city has still managed to keep up with modernization. Unlike other cities, Nairobi is surrounded by 113 km (70 mi) of plains, cliffs and forest that makes up the citys Nairobi National Park. The city is filled with many things to do during the day and the night. Tourists can have their pick from numerous safaris (wildlife, cultural, sport, adventure, scenic and specialist), ecotourism tours, restaurants, culture, shopping and entertainment. While in Nairobi, tourists can also engage in numerous sports from golf, rugby, athletics, polo, horse-racing, cricket and football (soccer). Nairobi National Park . just outside Nairobi. This is home to large herds of Zebra, Wildebeest, Buffalo, Giraffe, Lion, Cheetah, Hippo, Rhino and even birdlife (over 400 species). Here you can also go on the Nairobi Safari Walk, an educational centre to make people aware of wildlife and habitat conservation. Also in the park is the Nairobi Animal Orphanage. Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage . close to the Nairobi National Park. This Orphanage takes in elephant calves and rhinos from all over Kenya which were orphaned by poaching. Showing is only once per day from 11am-12pm (admission 500Ksh) and gives you a great opportunity to interact directly with baby elephants. Giraffe Centre . in Langata right outside of Nairobi. The Centre breeds the endangered Rothschild Giraffe and has conservationeducation programmes for Kenyan children. It also has many warthogs. Here you can feed giraffes by hand and even get a kiss (their tongues can get up to 20 long and are antiseptic). Mamba Village . Typically the 3rd stop for most tourists after the Elephant Orphanage and Giraffe Center, this pleasant park is home to ostriches and crocodiles. Surprisingly quite interesting as you get the chance to interact directly with crocodiles and even hold a baby, with very knowledgable employees serving as guides. Lake Naivasha . About 1.5hrs outside of central Nairobi, this area is a haven away from the chaos of the city where many 3rd and 4th generation British colonialists continue to reside. Crescent Island 5 is a particularly nice place to visit, even if you have already done a safari. Unique because it gives you the opportunity to walk around the grounds literally alongside giraffes, zebras, wildebeest, impalas, etc. Ol Donyo Sabuk National Park . 65 km from Nairobi, is centred around a 2,146-m (7,141 ft) mountain. This is a mountain forest and plain land, with a large population of Buffalo. It also serves as a refuge for Colobus monkeys, bushbuck, duiker, leopard, and a large variety of bird species. 14 Falls . a waterfall at Thika. Kenyatta International Conference Center (K.I.C.C). ( Central District ), 6. The best place to get that far ranging view over the sprawling, congested metropolis that is Nairobi. You can go up to the saucer-shaped top of the conference centres round viewing tower and depending on smog and fog, you might be able to see as far as the slums and the national park. 400KSH 200KSH reduced. 160edit US Embassy Memorial Site. ( Central District ), 7. In 1998 a blast rocked downtown Nairobi. A truck had exploded next to the US Embassy building, reducing it to rubble and killing 212 people some on staff, most bystanders. On the same day, August 7, the US embassy in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, was also subject to a similar terrorist attack. 21 people have been charged with the crime, including Osama Bin Laden. The former embassy site today contains a memorial that can be visited. 160edit Tana River . is an hours drive from the city. White water rafting throughout cataracts, which leads to the 14 falls can be done here. The rafting trip also includes a full BBQ lunch. Nairobi National Museum. 8. 8:30AM-5:30PM. Where visitors can learn about Kenya, its history and culture. The museum celebrated 100 years in 2010. A live snake compound is adjacent but not for the timid. Exhibits include numerous taxidermic wildlife, the history of modern Kenya, East African currency, and artifacts from across Kenya. The exhibition of hominid fossils is world class and houses the worlds largest collection of fossils of human ancestors, including an 18-million-year-old skull from proconsul and skulls of Paranthropus aethiopicus, Homo erectus, Homo habilis dating from 1.75 million to 2.5 million years ago. 1200 ksh for adults, 700 ksh for children combined museum snake museum ticket is 1500 ksh for adults and 1000 ksh for children. 160edit National Railway Museum . visitors can learn more about the history of Kenyas railroads and the KenyaUganda railway. It also houses, some of the engines and rolling stock from the countrys colonial period. Nairobi Gallery. P.O.Box 40658-00100. 25420216566. This is a museum housing only special exhibits, so the featured artwork is always changing. 160edit Karen Blixen Museum. P.O Box 40658-00100. 254208002139 (karenblixenmuseums.or.ke ). is based on the Karen Blixens book Out of Africa. Her house is now the home of the museum. It is on the outskirts of Nairobi and a taxi or bus can get you to the museum. 160edit Bomas of Kenya . portrays Kenyas culture. Visitors can see exhibits of traditional Kenyan homes, artifacts, dances, music, and song. Uhuru Gardens . built in remembrance of the struggle for independence, which Kenya was granted in 1963. The monument is a 24-m (79 ft) high triumphal column supporting a pair of clasped hands and the dove of peace, high over a statue of freedom fighter raising the flag. The monument is surround by fountains and lush-landscaped gardens. Westlands by night . Visit the bustling and hip Westlands district, which has turned into the new nightlife center of Nairobi. Many restaurants and bars line the busy Woodvale Grove and Mpaka Road. A visit to Treehouse club is good for those not willing to stray too far from their comfort zone, with an expat crowd rather than often overcrowded local clubs. Traffic can become hectic, well into the early hours. Security is generally tight and the action spills out from packed clubs into the street. Jamia Mosque. ( Central District ), 9. While Jamia Mosque is tucked away in between other buildings their are striking views to be glimpsed of its intricate structure from many different angles. Easily the most impressive religious structure in the capital, the interior is off-limits to non believers 160edit Safari in central Nairobi park. Try the many excellent restaurants in Nairobi. Go dancing and be a part of Nairobis excellent nightlife Go ice skating at Panari Visit Village Market and Sherlocks with your friends Go to Maasai market and buy keepsakes for yourself and friends: On Saturday it is at Nairobi High Court parking lot, Village Market on Friday, The Junction on Thursday, Capital Centre on Wednesday. Prepare to haggle and as a guide, pay about half to two thirds of the asking price. Do something different: visit Kibera, the slums of Nairobi. Guided walks are arranged by Kiberatours. Go-Down Arts Centre. ( South of Center ), 254 (0)20 555770. 10. A former warehouse turned arts centre - this has also happened in Nairobi and this spot allows you to get a glimpse of what contemporary Kenyan artists are up to, including exhibitions, performances and discussions. 160edit Kazuri Beads shop - Started in 1977 the workshop of beads is adjacent to Karen Blixens Museum. Was started by an English women to provide sustainable income to the poor Kenyan women. Has beautiful jewelry created of clay brought from the areas surrounding Mt. Kenya. It Started in Africa ( It Started in Africa ), PO BOX 9006 - Market Lane, Nairobi. 254 714 135 086 (infoitstartedinafricakenya ), 11. 8AM-8PM. A Safari with It Started in Africa. This travel agency, for long established in Tanzania and Kenya, offers probably the best prices while not sacrificing quality. Part of their profits go to education for local children who have no access to it. 160edit Visit Oloos Children Center (OCC) in Kibera: Lend a hand at the volunteer operated school, take a tour of Kibera, and have a cup of tea with the OCC Founder. The founder of the school lives in Kibera and works to provide children in need with education and meals. 616-987-1106 Travel for Change Africa ( Safari amp Volunteering ), P.O BOX 10627. (254) 714 361314. 12. Go on on of their sustainable safaris across Kenya, or volunteer with one of their partner organisations. They have fantastic options for both, and at a price that will suit every budget. Great guys, very professional. 160edit There are quite a number of networked banking machines in major shopping areas of Nairobi as well as the arrivals area of the airport. A Barclays ATM can be found near Gate 9 within the security area, easily accessible when arriving, and another one on the left side immediately after leaving the security area. Most transactions are cash only, so it is best to have enough cash on hand to pay for purchases and transport. Major banks such as Barclays, Kenya Commercial Bank, and Standard Bank give better exchange rates than any of the FOREX bureaus. Independent machines such as Pesa-point have lower cash limits and may have a higher fee. For example, in 2007, Barclays did not charge any additional fee for a cash withdrawal but gave a lower exchange rate than Kenya Commercial Bank. KCB charges a CDN5 fee for a withdrawal with a maximum of 40,000 per day. Cash is dispensed in units of 1000. Note: Many smaller businesses do not have much change, so be sure to have a good selection of smaller notes before going shopping for curios. Forex Bureaus are located in many parts of the city where tourists are common. They will exchange cash of different currencies, and may also accept a personal cheque for Kenyan cash. They will want a photocopy of your passport before they exchange money. Rates are not bad, but will be worse than a banking machine will offer. Be aware that many exchange bureaus and hotels will NOT accept or exchange American currency printed before 2000. When the exchange bureaus do accept pre-2000 notes, they typically offer substantially lower exchange rates than for curreny printed after 2000. Exchange rates are also typically lower for small denomination currency than for 100 and 50 bills. Credit Cards Many specialty stores accept international credit cards, however they normally tell you up front that they will charge you bank fees, typically 5 of the purchase. The Nakumat and Uchumi supermarket chains would accept credit cards without a surcharge. This may also be a good place to repeat the warning about safety: Pickpockets are rampant in Nairobi and have been known to keep an eye on people getting cash from a machine. It is best to carry cash in a hidden pouch rather than a wallet. Men: do not carry your wallet in your back pocket, and women: do not carry your purse to your side or behind you, particularly in busy locations. The four primary supermarkets in Nairobi are Tuskys, Uchumi, Naivas and Nakumatt. For goods beyond supermarket fare, try Yaya Centre on Argwings Kodhek Road in the Kilimani area, The Junction on Ngong Road, or the Sarit Centre and Nakumatt Westgate which are both located in the Westlands suburb. The Sarit Centre will be recognizable to any Western traveller as a shopping mall, with an Uchumi supermarket inside. Clothing, shipping, and Internet are all available here. In addition, there is a small movie theater. Other malls in Nairobi include Yaya Centre near Hurlingham and The Mall in Westlands. Nakumatt Westgate is a just finished competitor to Sarit Centre. It is a large building with many spaces for stores to move in to (they have yet to move in at the time of this writing, however the building is still unfinished). Currently, the primary occupant is the Nakumatt itself, which has modeled itself to emulate a Super Wal-Mart type experience. Any taxi driver will know these two shopping centers by name, so getting there is not a problem. An additional smaller supermarket, catering more to expatriates, is in ABC Plaza, along Waiyaki Way. Chandarana supermarket carries a wide variety of imported goods, Zucchini greengrocer is a highly dependable spot for clean and varied veggies, and Gilanis is a well stocked western style butchery. For local curios and souvenirs, the most easily accessible and tourist-friendly is the Maasai Market, held on Fridays at the Village Market, an upscale, open concept shopping center near the United Nations and American Embassy complexes. Bargaining is necessary, and one should probably not spend more than 1000KSh on one item, except in extraordinary circumstances. The Masai Market is also held on Thursdays at the parking lot of the Junction Shopping Center and Tuesdays at the parking lot of the Westgate shopping center. Bargain hard, and do not let that deter you from speaking with many of the friendly shopkeepers who are apt to offer gifts with no other incentives. For slightly better prices, visit the Tuesday market in town, just down from the Norfolk hotel. This market is less secure, but is larger and offers more variety and opportunity for bargaining. Another Nakumatt is located at Nakumatt Junction, past Lavington towards the Ngong Racecourse (Horse Flat-Racing takes place 3 Sundays a month, and is a great way to spend an afternoon). The Nakumatt Junction shopping complex features a few more boutiques - one of note being Zebu, a store highlighting local Designer Annabelle Thoms leather bags and more, where you will find higher quality and higher prices for beautiful designs. Biashara Street, located downtown, is the spot for textiles. Make sure you pick up at least one kikoi or kikoy (a traditional wrap for Swahili men, predominantly at the coast). Harias Stamp Shop (been around for more than 70 years) (hariastamp) has one of the best selections of kikoy as well as other african fabrics and souvenirs. Budget Edit Roast House in the city centre facing the matatu station on Tom Mboya Rd. Regular local prices with more selection, excellent food, friendly service. Very busy at lunchtime. Habesha near Ya Ya center- great Ethipian food for around 5-6 USD Mid-range Edit Nairobi has a fantastic array of mid-range eateries. Open House 13 is an excellent Indian restaurant nearby Westlands area of Nairobi. With such a high predominance of Indians in the country, this is one of the best places to get authentic cuisine in an upscale environment at a reasonable price. Do not miss the ginger chicken wings - very unique Mesob is an authentic Ethiopian restaurant located at the China Centre on Ngong Road near the Chinese embassy. Meals cost around Ksh 500 and the food is excellent. Java House . with quite a few locations, including The Junction, ABC Place, and close to the United Nations, features a western coffee house menu, from bagels to burritos, with excellent coffees and milkshakes, and a full breakfast menu. 500KSh-750 for a complete meal. Another popular coffeehouse is Dormans Trattoria is an Italian restaurant. Do not expect anything decent when it comes to the mains (all around 700KSh). However, there is a fabulous and extensive dessert menu, including crepes, tiramisu, souffle, and a coffee granita with fresh cream (250KSh-500). Motherland . is an authentic Ethiopian restaurant with great and affordable food (typical of Ethiopian restaurants in Nairobi). Havana Bar . Woodvale Grove, Westlands. Popular bar and restaurant with a laid-back Latin theme. Renowned for their sizzling Fajitas, steaks and seafood dishes. Reasonably priced. The kitchen is open daily from noon til late. 14 Tel: 020-4450653 Village Market Food Court . Has an array of different ethnic cuisines, including Thai, Italian, Chinese and German, as well as a Mongolian Barbeque. Good prices as well. Venture further into Village Market to find a good Japanese restaurant as well, though with slightly steeper prices. There are also food courts at other malls in the city. Nairobi has a wide range of Indian restaurants that speaks to the significant South Asian community in Kenya. The city also offers other restaurants specializing in different European and Asian cuisine. Common fast food restaurants include Steers . Debonairs . Wimpy . Galitos . local favourite, Kenchic among others. In addition, there are several local restaurants that cater to local cuisine like sukuma wiki (green spinach-like vegetable, Kale in English), ugali (corn bread, ground maize flour and made to a tasty white breadporridge form), nyama choma (lit: meat roast), chapati, and other specialties. Splurge Edit The Carnivore . located just outside the city, close to the Uhuru Gardens, is a luxury restaurant famous for its meats. In 2006, the restaurant was listed as one of the top 50 restaurants in the world. Once seated, different masai grilled meats will be carried around on sticks and carved to your plate at request. Very expensive by Kenyan standards, beware of additional taxes and catering levys. Reservations might be a good idea, ask at your hotel. Furusato . located in Westlands, has fantastic Japanese food. For a price. The Rusty Nail . in Karen, has been super in the past, but mediocre of late. No reason not to give it another chance.This restaurant has now closed. The Lord Errol . past Village Market and into Runda, is said to have very good food, and is popular with the expat crowd. Moonflower, on State House hill at the Palacina hotel, is a very upscale bistro fusion grill restaurant in a lovely outdoor setting. Fantastic food. Pango Brasserie at the Fairview Hotel features upscale french and continental dishes. Dinner begins in an underground stone wine cellar where the chef will send out complimentary tasters while you sip a bottle of wine of your choice. Alan Bobbes Bistro is a venerable, legendary restaurant now located on Rhapta Road (near St. Marys School). Founded in 1962, the restaurant features French haute cuisine at about a third of what you would pay in Paris Drink Edit Little Temple Night Club and Bar . Tom Mboya Street, downtown Nairobi. 8pm till late. Beer from Ksh 200. Gipsy: Opposite Barclays Bank Westland, Tel: 020 4440964,4440836, Mob: 0733 730529, Email:gipsynbi.ispkenya Klub House 1 (K1): is located along Ojijo Road in Parklands, Tel: 254 20 374 9870, Fax: 254 20 374 7099, Mob:254 733 77 22 33, Email.infoklubhouse.co.ke. 15 Klub House 2 (K2): Baricho Road, Industrial Area is home to K2 Klubhouse Choices: Majestic House, Moi Avenue, Tel: 254 20 550 629, Mob: 254 722 521, Email: mmuchamiyahoo, Leobag Investment Ltd, Baricho Road Chillers: Anniv Towers Black Diamond: Many expats and travelers. Has a cover band that plays good music. Havana: An expat favorite on Thursdays nights. The live band on Saturdays attracts a good cosmopolitan crowd. Bar snacks available throughout the night. 16 Tel: 020-4450653 Apple Bees: A strip club located downtown. Recently opened a branch in Parklands, next to the local Police Station. Annie Oakleys: Next to Milimani Backpackers. Has pool tables, a decent menu, and a big screen with cable TV. Another favorite expat hangout. Cockpit: Langata Road opposite Uchumi Langata Hyper not just popular with Wilson Airport pilots. Barrels: Strip club. Watch out for police raids. Red Tape: Westlands, Mpaka Road, Bishan Plaza, e-mail redtapewestygmail Florida 2000 (F2): Located at Commerce House, Moi Avenue. 17 New Florida Clubs (F1): The New Florida, locally known as Madhouse or Madi, is in the heart of Nairobi on Koinange Street. Pango (F3): Commerce House, 1st Floor, Tel:254-20-229036217269. Email:infofloridaclubskenya. The latest addition to the Florida Group. Double Inn: Also out in Karen, they show rugbycricket games. Its always full of expats and white Kenyans. The place to get hammered. Seven Seafood amp Grill. ABC Place ( ABC Place Waiyaki Way ), 0737776677. 18. 24. Amazing seafood and spectacular decor make it a must-visit. 2000. 160edit Klub Zinc Thika ( Zinc Club Thika ), Kenyatta Hwy ( Opp. Total Filling Station Thika ), 254202621500. 19. We pride ourselves as masters of all tastes and genres of music and also the ability to cut across generations as music is Food for All. The music ranges widely from the latest to the golden oldies and in styles such as Rock, Rhumba, Reggae, RnB, Hip Hop, Lingala and Salsa to mention but a few. Patrons are also encouraged to submit requests and dedications to the DJs. The atmosphere is further enhanced by the latest disco lights and effects. 160edit Shooters amp Dips Cocktail Lounge. 4372-00506 ( Panari Sky Centre,Mombasa Road opp Simba Colt Offices,5km from JKIA ), 254 787 637948 OR 254 725 694 00012. 20. 5PM. Chill out, relax and unwind at the dazzling Shooters amp Dips where the decor transports you to an international surrounding. Listen to handpicked music by the DJ and let yourself go to the rhythm. The bar also offers a varied food menu along with a long list of signature cocktails, fine wines and liquors. Shooters and Dips is the perfect place to meet friends, meet new people and experience Nairobis nightlife right in the safety of the hotel. 250-. 160edit Mercury Lounge ABC. ABC Place ( Off Waiyaki Way ), 0722309947. 21. 4pm. Mercury ABC, ABC Place (Off Waiyaki Way), 0722309947. checkin: 4:00pm. Mercury ABC is an upscale modern cocktail and tapas bar. Open from 4pm to late. Recently put under new management, Mercury is definitely the place to be seen, with a delicious tapas and bitings menu, and the best cocktails and high end spirits array in Nairobi.All major imported and local wine and beers are available chilled to perfection. A popular hangout for expats, well to do locals and local business leaders. A must for any Nairobi traveller. Shooters and cocktails range from 3 to 6 with shooters and high end globally popular wines and spirits from 6-15. All major credit cards accepted. Ample parking and good security make this one of Nairobis more popular spots. 160edit Mercury Irish Pub ( The Last Drop ), Junction Mall ( Corner of Ngong Road and Kingara Rds ), 0722309947. 22. 11:00am. Mercury Pub at the new Junction Mall is the latest and most authentic Irish Pub in Nairobi. The most recent addition to the Mercury Group, the pub specializes in the best steaks in town, a wide range of cocktails, local and imported beers, high end spirits and shooters and a superb wine list. Furnished in beautiful woodwork, leather seating, and with images of colonial Nairobi, it is located in the secure Junction Mall which has ample parking, good security and central location. Doubles up as a popular sports bar on the weekends with multiple screens. A popular expat hangout. A great balcony from which one can sip a cocktail while watching life pass by. Food prices from10-15, and all major credit cards are accepted. 160edit Sleep Edit Budget Edit Upper Hill Campsite and Backpackers. Hospital Road Upper Hill ( off Hospital Road, on a cul de sac ), 254 (0)20 2500218. 23. Provides a range of budget accommodation. Bringing your own tent is the cheapest way. If you are two people, try to go for a big hire tent which is the better deal than a dorm camping1000. dorm KSH1500 rooms 3500 KSh. ( S 01 17.161. E36 46.387 ) 160edit New Kenya Lodge. River. checkout: 10am. has dorm beds and singledouble rooms. looks run down and not very clean. dorm Ksh750. single KSH1000. double KSH1500. 160edit Arkland Palace Hotel. Junction of Tom Mboya amp Ngala Streets ( opp KTDA Plaza. near Moi Aveune ), 020-2142600. checkin: from 6am checkout: 10am. big Spacious rooms with faded simple, decor all rooms have hot water bathrooms with free soap. all rooms have cable TV. very reasonable prices for a city center hotel. breakfast KSH300 per person. many internet cafes for Ksh30 per hour in the mall under the Arkland Hotel Like any place in the city centre it can get loud. the airport bus 34 is just a 2 mins walk from the hotel and you can gets 10 seat mini vans going to most places in Kenya not far from the hotel. Jan. 2016. free wifi inc, street below very loud allnight. 1200KSH (single) 1,400KSH Double one big bed. 160edit Wildebeest Camp. 151 Mokoyeti Road West, Langata. 24. You can get a bed in a dorm here or camp (they provide the tent and bedding) for Ksh 1000 per night per person. They also have larger permanent tents and rooms available at a higher price. The place is clean, secure and popular with backpackers. from 1000 KSh per person for dorm and camping (tent provided). 160edit International Guest House. UpperHill, Matumbato Road ( Next to Don Bosco Church, 10 min walk from Kenyatta National Hospital ), 254 020 2726966. 25. With 30 years in the tourism business, owner Tom J. Kamau is happy to custom arrange any additional travel or safari needs. Located on a quite street in Upperhill, this family owned and operated guest house is conveniently located just a few minutes from downtown. Airport pickup and transportation is available for a small fee. Single rooms available from from Ksh2000. 160edit Milimani Backpackers amp Safari Centre. PO Box 21005 - 00500. 26. A little further out of the downtown core, about 15 minutes walk down a major, safe road, is Milimani Backpackers which has moved from Milimani Road. It has free WI-FI internet, cable TV, hot showers, 24hr self-service bar, affordable restaurant, fireplace, and a parking area. They offer dorms (1400KSH), doubles and singles, twins and camping space (Ksh1000). Milimani also offers good-value safaris and other trips from 1400KSh for dorms. 160edit Mid-range Edit Olive Gardens Hotel. Argwings Kodhek Rd, Hurlingham (Opposite Nairobi Womens Hospital) ( 30-min drive from the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. ), 254 20 2737854, 2727777. 27. Olive Gardens Hotel has 62 rooms. 160edit The Heron Portico ( Sarovar Hotels amp Resorts ), Milimani Rd ( 30 minutes North of Jomo Kenyatta international airport Milimani ), 254-020-2720740-43 (reservationsheronhotel ), 28. The Zehneria Portico . Strategic location in the heart of Westlands Nairobis liveliest suburb, 10 Karuna road, Westlands. phone710232021 710232021 731617469 emailreservationszehneriahotel Visist us at sarovarhotels 160edit Country Lodge . 29. On upper hill, the Country Lodge is aimed at the budget business traveler. Probably the best deal in town. Fairview Inn . 30. Also on upper hill, the Fairview is a lovely old historic hotel, with beautiful grounds and several restaurants. It is quiet at night, a real respite from the city. Rates are relatively low, compared to many of the other hotels listed here. They also rent apartments. Holiday Inn Nairobi . Built in the 1940s as the Mayfair Court Hotel, this historic hotel has retained its charm even as it has joined the Holiday Inn family. The Ndemi Place ( ndemiplace ), Ndemi Close, Ndemi Road Off Ngong Road a minutes drive from Adams Arcade ( Connect to Ngong Road from town a minutes drive from Adams Arcade ), 0720226760. 31. checkin: 12pm checkout: 11am. Tucked away in the suburbs of Kilimani, The Ndemi Place a serene natural resort and the ideal stop over for those seeking peace and vintage charm in the city of Nairobi. 4,800. 160edit The Ndemi Place Bed amp Breakfast is a quaint, 10-room oasis. InterContinental Hotel . Located only 5 minutes from the city center and 15 min from the airport with views of the city. Nairobi Hilton . Part of the Hilton family of hotels and located near the city center. Several different restaurants, open air pool but some rooms need refurbishment Nairobi Safari Club . Kenyas only all-suite hotel. Panafric Hotel . Located in the city centre and only 20 minutes from the airport. Karen Blixen Cottages . Located in the suburb of Karen, 32 km (20 mi) from downtown, the cottages offer a unique change from the normal hotel fare. Nairobi Serena Hotel . Found in the middle of Nairobis Central Park this hotel offers great convenience as well as a quiet place to stay. Norfolk Hotel . Opened on Christmas Day over 100 years ago, this hotel that has served many special guests is located only 30 min from the airport, and a short distance from the shopping district. Safari Park Hotel . Started as a retreat for British Army officers more than 50 years ago, this hotel is only 15 min from downtown. The Stanley Hotel . This over 100 year old hotel has recently be renovated back to its days of Victorian perfection. Lcoated in the citys shopping and business district. Windsor Golf and Country Club . Located 15 min from the city center, 45 min from the airport. Features a 18 hole golf course on site. Splurge Edit The King Post 32. Rhapta Road, Westlands, Nairobi. The King Post brings about a unique architectural synthesis between the East African coast and the lands across the Indian Ocean. it reflects the social and cultural interaction between the regions over more than 2000 years.Accommodation is in 1, 2 or 3 bedroom apartments available on daily basis and long-term.The apartments are secluded but not isolated from the hustle and bustle of the city centre and the main roads being sorrounded by peace, tranquility and security. Giraffe Manor Hotel Nairobi . giraffemanorhotelnairobi.co.ke tel 254 731 999 999 The converted home of the founders of the African Fund for Endangered Wildlife, located a few kilometres from the city center, sitting on 57 ha (140 a) of land. The giraffes can be fed at the front door or even from the second floor bedroom window Ngong House 33. 30-min drive from the city center and airport, the Ngong House is on a land that was originally part of a vast coffee estate. Located on the grounds are five traditional looking, yet elegantly decorated tree houses. Stay safe Edit Nairobi has a reputation for thievery. Beware of snatch and grab, con artists, or groups of people following you. Scams are elaborate and can involve up to 10 or more people working together. The best advice for a tourist is to stay in the city centre, know where you are at all times, and pretend you know where youre going (even if you dont). If you find yourself in an unfamiliar area your best bet is to find a taxi (although you will probably pay dearly if the driver suspects a panicked westerner). Dont carry large quantities of money or passports on the street, and assume that anyone trying to engage you is up to no good or trying to sell you something. In recent years, crime has significantly reduced, though one should still be wary. If one stays smart and plays safe, without going around much after dark, Nairobi is a safe place to stay. Most locals are honest people who will happily help you if you approach them. Kenyans are proud people and there is not a lot of begging like you find in some other countries. Some opportunistic people will hang around shopping centres and beg, but they will generally accept a simple sorry and leave you alone if you do not give. Many of these beggars are middle class kids or adults who have realised they can profit from exploiting foreigners, and should not be encouraged. If you are ever lucky enough to visit a slum as a local (not on some perverse tourist safari) you will discover the poorest of the poor do not even beg. Outside of tourist and expat communities, young children will become excited at the sight of foreigners. If you are fair-skinned, children may run towards you to try to shake your hand, or yell mzungu (white person) or how are you. Older kids are more reserved, and you should be wary of kids who are older than 9 or 10 who are trying to distract or get close to you. Slums should be avoided by tourists as you will attract a lot of attention which can quickly turn into a dangerous situation. Apart from the inner city centre, Nairobi dies out at night. Streets are mostly empty. Do not walk alone after nightfall. Always use taxis. The areas north and east of River Road should be avoided, especially if youre not a local Biashara Street is a safe shopping street due to the presence of 10-15 Maasai guards. A place to avoid as a tourist is the City Market you could end up paying a much higher price than on Biashara Street and the smell from the meatfish section of the market can be putrid. If you are in a matatu and moving slowly through traffic, particularly after dark, you should keep your window closed if your valuables are in reach to prevent people snatching them from the outside (there are thieves who walk through traffic looking for such opportunities). Mobile phones and wallets should be securely kept and not displayed prominently during calls or cash transactions in the River Road area, particularly after dark. Eastleigh (known as little Mogadishu) is an area near the city centre that is decaying due to years of neglect by the government (including the police). It is predominantly populated by Somalian migrants and refugees, and most Kenyans will not go there for fear of their safety. Tourists would be wise to avoid it day and night. There have been several grenade attacks in the city for which Al-Shabaab have claimed responsibility. These are likely to be ongoing while the Kenyan army has a presence in Somalia. They are random and often fatal, so one should be wary and report any suspicious behaviour. Stay healthy Edit It is recommended that before tourists come to Nairobi, that they should be vaccinated well in advance (6 weeks) of their trip. The most common recommended vaccines for people traveling to Africa are Tetanus, Diphtheria, Polio, Typhoid, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Yellow Fever, Rabies and Meningitis. Food and beverages Edit Be careful with the food that you eat outside the more upscale establishments. Before eating, make sure that the food is freshly and thoroughly cooked and served hot. Also avoid seafood,apart from the upmarket restaurants and hotels, and make sure that your fruits and vegetables have been properly sterilized in clean water. The safest fruits to eat are bananas and papayas. Do not drink tap water or brush your teeth with it. Only use bottled or canned drinks (especially popular brands). Also, do not use ice as it may also be contaminated water, and remember that alcohol does not sterilize a drink. The general rule of thumb is, the more high end an establishment is, the greater the safety of the food and drink within. Insects Edit In Africa you are going to be exposed to yellow fever, dengue fever, other viral diseases, sleeping sickness, filariasis and malaria, although none of these diseases are a concern in Nairobi itself. When insects are biting you should cover up and wear long-sleeved shirts and trousers, socks and pyjamas especially when night falls. It is best to use an insect repellent that contains DEET on your exposed skin and clothing. As for mosquito nets, it is best to use a permethrin-impregnated net along with an insecticide such a pyrethrum coils or an electric mosquito killer during the night. And remember to spray your hotel room every evening. Heat amp Sun Edit Make sure to drink plenty of fluids (not coffee, alcohol or strong tea) to avoid dehydration. The average temperature is around 25 C (maximum might reach 30 C) throughout the year. Try to avoid plenty of physical exertion and try to stay in the shade and keep cool as much as possible. Increase the amount of salt intake in your food and water. Also, apply a lot of high factor sunscreen, avoid direct sunlight, and try to wear a hat and shady clothing. Contact Edit There are very many internet cafs around Nairobi, but connection speeds and computers are not always super fast, but still you will manage to open your email, probably even use a webcam or watch YouTube. Prices are usually at ranges from 0.5KShminute to 1KShminute, usually with a minimum fee of 5-20KSh. The more expensive internet cafs are rarely better and the best ones charge 1KShminute with discounts for using the internet for longer. Most of the good cafs are found in Norwich Union which has quite a number just opposite Hilton Hotel next to Nandos while the expensive ones are found in malls in Westlands. Although it may be more appropriate for tourists to use the ones in Westlands since they are usually less crowded and are more exclusive but not necessarily faster or better in terms of equipment. Free wireless internet is available at Java House restaurants and Doormans coffee shops in the city and malls. Some bars like Havana in Westlands also offer free wifi. The internet cafe in Sarit Centre also has wireless internet available at a good speed and a reasonable price. Mobile Phones are ubiquitous in Kenya with fairly good coverage from all providers (Safaricom, Orange and Airtel) that extends to most populated parts of the country. Safaricom has the best national coverage especially if you are using 3G data. The phone system is GSM 900 and 3G 2100 (Asian and European standard). Phones and SIM cards are available at many locations throughout Nairobi and the country including at the airport. Phone prices are very competitive and priced for average income Kenyans. A basic phone may be obtained new from an independent dealer for 2000. A vast majority of people use pre-paid phones with scratch-card top-ups available at a huge number of merchants across the country. All phones are sold unlocked for use on any network. Much business is conducted via mobile phone, so possession of one for even a relatively short stay in the country can be beneficial. Rates are extremely affordable with in-country calls at around 3 per minute. Overseas calls cost around 5 per minute to the United States ( USD0.06minute) and 3 per minute to India ( INR 1.80, USD 0.04) on the Airtel network. 3G data service is available in most coverage areas on Safaricom and is of a fairly high standard. The other networks have 3G in major population areas and EDGEGPRS everywhere else. If you have a smart phone you should buy a data pack (200mb, 500mb or 1.5gb) or your credit will go down very fast Orange has the second best coverage and started to provide unlimited Internet bundles for 0,50 per 24 hours (monthly pay as you go is also available). Smoking is against the law out on the streets in the city center (the downtown grid area with numerous skyscrapers). There are certain smoking zones, and outside of the city center it becomes much easier to find locations where it is acceptable. However, a general rule would be to not smoke along the side of any roads or streets with pedestrians andor vehicles. Be observant and take your cues from other smokers - if there are no smokers or cigarette butts on the ground, it is likely a non-smoking location. Embassies amp High Commissions Edit Eritrea. 2nd Floor, New Rehema House Raphta Road, Westlands. 254-20-4443164 and 254-20-4448174 for Ambassador, 254-20-4443163 for Councellor ( fax. 254 20 3870383 for Ambassador and 254-20-4443165 for Councellor ). 160editPostbank is the pioneer agent of the Western Union Financial Services International in Kenya and Second in Africa. We are linked to over 379,000 agents worldwide. This partnership offers safe, convenient way to send and receive money with Western Union. Western Union financial services international is a US company that has been in business for the last 142 years. Western Union was founded in 1851 as ldquoThe New York and Mississippi Valley Printing Telegraph Companyrdquo On October2, 2006, Western Union became an independent company listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE:WU) Western Union instant money transfer service permits customers to instantly transfer cash electronically to another individual or company. The Western Union Company together with its affiliates Orlandi Valuta and Vigo are leaders in global money transfer. Western Union Money Transfer in Kenya Started at Postbank in 1995.Postbank was the first agent to offer this service in the country. Currently bank handles inbound, outbound and Intra transfers. Products and Services ldquoPremium quality service at affordable rateshelliprdquo Will Call - Allows customers to send and receive money at any W.U. Agent worldwide within minutes Quick Pay - Is a bill-paying service that allows customers to send cash payments to companies Quick Cash - Allows companies to send Money Transfer to their customers or employees. Tips to receive Money a. Visit an Postbank or Postbank agent Location Visit Postbank website for the list of Postbank branches for more information and phone numbers. B. Provide the following information to the a FLA at any Postbanksub agent location Where money was sent from Test question and answer c. Present a valid National ID, Passport or Alien Card the FLA d. Before receiving the Money The FLA will check your ID Sign the receipt Collect your money a. Visit any PostbankSub agent Location b. Provide the FLA with the following information Name of person yoursquore sending money to Amount (Maximum principal send amount is 10,000 US dollars) City and country where money will be picked up c. Present a valid National ID, Passport or Alien Card the FLA. Payment including fees d. Collect Receipt Save your receipt with the Money Transfer Control Number (MTCN). Some countries require the Receiver to provide the MTCN from your receipt to pick up the money. E. Receiver Picks Up Money Provide the information on the transaction to the receiver Western Union with Postbank offers you We offer you the best Speed: The Fastest way to Send Money Worldwide Money in Minutes around the World. The Money is available for collection minutes after it is sent. Western Union and Postbank uses advanced technology and unique worldwide computer network. Reliability: Western Union has offered money transfer for more than 150 years. Each transfer can be tracked using the money transfer control number (MTCN) so that your money is available to be paid out quickly to your receiver. Transaction protected and assured to the right Payee Trust: Millions of customers around the World Brand Awareness and Word of Mouth Convenience: More than locations 510,000 locations in more than 200 countriesterritories worldwide that allows individuals and business customers to transfer money or make payments (in more than 120 currencies) electronically. Anywhere Anytime Postbank Western Union Branch Network The service is available at 294 outlets 100 outlets fully owned by Postbank Our partners sub-agencies are K-rep bank, Family bank, Housing Finance, Credit bank, Gulf bank, Fidelity Bank and ABC bank. Dalmar forex, Travellers forex- Karen, Muthaiga ABC FX. 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Postbank Xpress money transfer services terms and conditions middot The Service is offered by Kenya Post Office Savings Bank (Postbank). middot Service transaction can be sent and picked up at Kenya Post Office Savings Bank (Postbank) locations. middot Senders are advised not to send money to persons they do not know. middot The money transfers are available for pick up by the recipient, subject to hours of operation of the paying locations. middot Funds will be delivered within minutes from the time the transaction is posted subject to hours of operation of the paying location. middot Sufficient proof (National ID, Passport) may be required from the sender and receiver. A recipient must produce identification and the send code upon collection of funds. middot Payments will be issued out in cash to the recipient. middot Each Postbank Xpress transaction will be subject to a commission as per a tariff guide available at any Postbank agent location. middot If payment is not done in 45 days, Postbank will refund the principal amount of the money transfer upon adequate identification of the sender and availing of a stamped send form. middot In no event shall Postbank be liable for damages for delay, non delivery, non payment or underpayment of this money transfer, whether due to the fault, error or omission of Postbank, or its representatives for more than the transfer amount and the consumer fee paid by the sender, except otherwise as provided by law. No liability is accepted for variance or service delays due to local regulations or causes beyond the control of Postbank. In no event shall Postbank be responsible for any incidental, indirect, special or consequential damages. middot Postbank will use the information provided in the send and receive forms in order to provide you with payment transfer service. Postbank may store your personal information on its databases for purposes of administration of ongoing relationship with you. You have the right to request a copy of certain personal information that Postbank Xpress holds about you, and to require Postbank to correct inaccuracy in that information. Postbank will not share your information with third parties except as required by Kenya law and anti money laundering laws and regulations. Your provision of personal information is voluntary. By completing and signing the ldquoto sendrdquo and ldquoto receivequot forms, you expressly consent to Postbank use of your information for this purpose. These terms and
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