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What Makes Nairobi the Economic City of Africa?

Kenyatta Avenue, Downtown Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya


Date: September 2, 2023


Photography by Wanjiru Waweru


Urbanization is a solution that features improvement and structural adaptation in low-income countries, and therefore, African cities have left a huge majority of their populations with no stable jobs, appropriate housing areas, or other assistance. African cities are now becoming urbanizing as relatives who are less wealthy than other developers start to urbanize, exploding, with a low rate of accessibility, relatives with their highest rate of development. Consequently, these African cities do support agglomeration and specialize in the making of non-tradable goods, and services.


 


For many African countries, urbanization has developed in the collection economics which creates productivity. Therefore, Africa created the largest rate of urbanization in the world. The African cities do not understand the entire potential and support of agglomeration. Sub-Saharan Africa failed to gain the financial support to analyze in other countries.



Nairobi National Park, Nairobi, Kenya


Date: August 28, 2023


Photography by Wanjiru Waweru


 


Nairobi is Kenya’s Capital and Largest City. Nairobi is now becoming an energetic, modern city with a diverse population and a history of Kenyan Culture. Nairobi is a center for business, tourism, and entertainment. Nairobi is popular for its beautiful parks, wildlife, and outdoor adventure. Nairobi is the Safari Capital of the World, where you can visit Nairobi National Park.



According to the Booking website report, “the framework is applied to the city of Nairobi in Kenya. The study focuses on four major objectives: generating productive jobs, linking


workers to firms, connecting firms to markets, strengthening public governance, and a review of policy initiatives for Nairobi to enhance the city’s economic growth.”



Key evidence demonstrated that jobs are not eligible within one hour of public transportation, which the Nairobi City County does not connect in zoning and land use. Additionally, urban


firms overlook the complications of processes and regulations. Furthermore, Nairobi’s administration looks toward the financial sector in the short term from delays in the delivery of


fiscal transfers and low standards of sources.


 



Downtown Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya


Date: September 3, 2023


Photography by Wanjiru Waweru


The report finished with a summarization of recommendations to increase productivity as long as the financial growth of Nairobi City County with the overachieving goal of developing and seeking jobs.


Urban economic growth in Africa: A framework for analyzing constraints to agglomeration


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Rapid urban growth recorded in Nairobi


 


Edited by: Soumya Parija


 


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