• Who We Are

    ABOUT KARA The Kenya Alliance of Resident Associations (KARA) is the umbrella body representing the voice and proactive action of Resident Associations on consumers and taxpayers rights countrywide. The Alliance was registered in September 2000, (under the Societies Act Cap. 108, section 10), as an apex body wholly mandated to facilitate formation of residents association and coordinate their...

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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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World Cities Day is observed on 31st October of every year. This year’s global observance is co-hosted by UN Habitat and the County Government of Nakuru.



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Kara participated in a Webinar hosted by PAMOJA IMARA initiative focusing on the “strategic humanitarian responses towards Covid-19.”



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Kara in partnership with Safaricom hosted a webinar on Child Online Protection in Kenya. The theme of discussion was “Internet and COVID 19: Keeping children safe from internet risks dur

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Poor workmanship is the leading cause of building collapses in Kenya according to an audit report done by the National Construction Authority (NCA) on building collapses in the country.



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