The County Government of Lamu is among 33 Counties benefiting from KISIP 2 infrastructural projects with six informal settlements picked for the World Bank funding.

The County through the department of Lands, today has embarked on a series of public participations on Environmental and Social Impact Assessment to kick start the development works.

The citizens of Wiyoni and Matondoni have expressed great enthusiasm towards the initiative and with the Settlement Executive Committee (SEC) and Grievances Redress Committee (GRC) community committees already in place of their project, is expected to kick off next year.

In attendance was Cheif Officer Lands Ahmed Ali, Lamu Municipal Manager Abduswamad Ali, Director Resource Mobilization Mbarak Abdulkadir,Environmental Safeguards Officer Gabriel Ngige among others.