Investment & Development Projects

1. DAM Construction

Water is a big issue here, towns are growing, so are schools and social ameinities without piped water. The good news is there are a lot of natural sites for trapping water as seen in the images below

Damming africa

natural easy water trap-nunguni

posible dam area 4 kilome division 300m wide

2. Administrative support infratructure

Kilome constituency is now Mukaa District. It will soon require offices, housing for staff and support services. Location – just off mombasaa road before getting to salama from Nairobi.

3. Opportunity as a gateway to Nairobi

Looked at from the Makueni County, the Kilome constituency is the gateway to Kenya’s major City i.e Nairobi. This she shares with the Kibwezi Constituency. The latter is closer to Mombasa. Both constituencies are traversed by the Nairobi-Mombasa Road, the main carrier for goods from all over the world to Kenya, Uganda, Burundi and now Southern Sudan. If only the investers from Makeni can team up and strategise to control trade flow from and to all these land-locked countries. by Dr. G Nyamasyo

4. Tourism

Being just 1hour away from Nairobi this region provides an opportunity for investors wishing to tap into the Nairobi  Tourism market, as a midpoint between arrival of guests and the bush, as well as serving a very wealthy clientele set to settle in and around the ICT city and the proposed airport

This area also has views of Kilimanjaro, warm grasslands and cool hilltops (some untouched ie wild wih original flora and founa) ideal for short time lease cottages, villas and executive housing estates.

Those wishing to invest in tourism have been given a headstart with *(NEW)images of Kilome, Kilome Flora and Fauna and coming soon Kilome Geomap(that will allow easy travel with smartphones).

  1. Looked at from the Makueni County, the Kilome constituency is the gateway to Kenya’s major City i.e Nairobi. This she shares with the Kibwezi Constituency. The latter is closer to Mombasa. Both constituencies are traversed by the Nairobi-Mombasa Road, the main carrier for goods from all over the world to Kenya, Uganda, Burundi and now Southern Sudan. If only the investers from Makeni can team up and strategise to control trade flow from and to all these land-locked countries.

    • Dan
    • August 12th, 2011

    will be there

    • sayoz
    • August 12th, 2011

    ………….we’re at it!

  2. Kilome Constituency is a sleeping giant despite being the poorest in the Makueni County. The business Mombasa road cuts right across the area. The lowlands are the receptacles of the sand eroded from the hilltops. The hilly topography provides an opportunity to build check and sand dams cheaply. A ceramic factory would be appropriate. Together with the larger Athi-Kapiti-Kibwezi open corridor the landscape can be used to develope a REDD+ project (Reduction of Emission from deforestation and degradation) and benefit from Carbon Trading.The contituency is ripe for investiments such as for a University, a Medical Training Centre, a Tourist hotel etc. There is, however an urgent need to establish a communal farm to absorb the idle workforce from the youth who should simultaneously be given skills training.

    • Mukethe
    • May 18th, 2010

    Dear Muoki,

    My family lives in Kilome constituency and your website was a wonderful surprise.

    Kilome has a beautiful climatic mix, agricultural opportunities and sites that could be exploited for development.

    Do you know other for like minded people from the area? Do they regularly meet to share ideas?

    • spread the word!

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