As a facilitating network organization, KARA only works with apolitical organizations in whose docket lies the gigantic task of inclusively engaging service delivery actors. All registered groups managed by residents themselves, corporates and individual (professional) are eligible for KARA's membership for admission fees and an annual subscription.

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  • Who We Are

    The Kenya Alliance of Resident Associations (Kara) is the apex body representing the voice and pro-active action of resident associations on consumers and taxpayers' rights countrywide – on accelerated access to public service delivery. Kara was formed in 1999 out of the need to replicate successes of her founding members  at a national scale. The Alliance was registered in September 2000, (under the...

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  • Membership

    As a facilitating network organization, KARA only works with apolitical organizations in whose docket lies the gigantic task of inclusively engaging service delivery actors. All registered groups managed by residents themselves, corporates and individual (professional) are eligible for KARA's membership for admission fees and an annual subscription. MPESA Paybill Number...

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In a Gazette Notice dated February 27, 2017, Environment Cabinet Secretary Prof. Judy Wakhungu has banned the use, manufacture and importation of all plastic bags used for commercial and household packaging.



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The Ministry of land and physical planning has launched a National Spatial Plan (NSP) that will guide the use and management of land and to effectively avert further land encroachment in the country.



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Kara has partnered with KK Security to provide Resident Associations with security solutions aimed at responding to the security needs in urban estates and gated communities.



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The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) will work with Resident Associations in its civic education programs and campaigns.



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