The Map Kibera Project was started on May 2008 by an international team:
Field Manager and GIS Assistant
Benson Kisikwa Sarago
Dan Caleb Omulo
Participants to the exploratory training (June 2008)
Asha Hassan - Laini Saba, Brian K. Wasike, Collins Ottieno Randiga, Disper Awinu Onuonga - Laini Saba, Donald Omondi - Sarangombe, Elias Juma - Sarangombe, Everline Achieng Odihambo, Everlyne Kerubo - Satellite, Frederick O. Ondata - Sarangombe, George Omondi Oywech - Katwekera, Hulder Adhiambo - Darajani, Ireen Akimti - Karanja, Jackjone O. Kaparo - Laini Saba, Jeremiah Omondi Oywech - Kambi Muru, Johannes Orieny – Makina, John Otigno Milar - Sarangombe, John Willis Juma Osir, Josphat Muoki Mnasa - Silanga, Joycelyne Adhiambo - Sarangombe, Lowrance Makokha - Laini Saba, Mariam Yahya - Kambi Muru, Ayony Maureen Omino, Mildred Wangui Aman - Laini Saba, Mildred Wangui, Nyamwea Ngare - Kianda, Ochwacho Ojango - Lindi, Pamela A. Owimo - Kianda, Richard Amwayi - Kichinjio, Rose Anyango Ouma - Makina, Ruth Wangari Ngendo - Kambi Muru, Samson Ochieng - Kambi Muru, Sande Wycliffe, Steven Mutsambi - Karanja, Victor Odhiambo Ogembo - Kisumu Ndogo, Zabibu Mohamed - Kambi Muru.
For enquiries about the project, write to: email@example.com
Want to Join the MKP?
The MKP is not a registered NGO. It is an independent informal project. Therefore, no formal partnerships has been signed up to this day, nor any formal internship is available.
NGOs, CBOs, institutions, and individual researchers can voluntarely cooperate with the MKP, putting their skills, knowledge, and/or logistics at the service of the project's objectives.
You can make a donation to support the MKP.
NOTE: Donations will be returned to donors if the total amount of funds needed for the project is not reached within two years.