Innovative ways Kenyan youth are using to solve housing problems

A recent World Bank report states that out of an annual demand of 250,000 housing units, developers can only put up 50,000.

At iBiz Africa, a business incubator based at Strathmore University, a group of 30 start-ups are undergoing incubation under a programme, ShelterTech Accelerator.

Their solutions aim to address access to decent and affordable housing in different focus areas such as renewable energy in homes, waste management, housing and construction, and water and sanitation.


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