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The following are range of services provided by lands department:

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ABMTCs in each Constituency: Kenya Vision 2030 propagates for the establishment of Constituency ABMTCs Countrywide under its flagship projects. The Constituency technology centres aim to serve as local sites for Appropriate Building Materials and Technology training, demonstrations and disseminations for effective technology promotion and transfer. Housing Units To meet the high demand for housing necessitated [...]

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Nyamira North Sub-County

In responding to inadequate equipment and personnel and poor attitude towards work the department has prioritized in-service training, infrastructure, staffing and purchase of equipment. In responding to emergence and referral…
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map nyamiraConstituencies: Nyamira county has four constituencies namely;- Kitutu Masaba, North Mugirango, West Mugirango and Borabu

Overview of Nyamira

Nyamira-County-MapGeographical Location: Location: Located in the former Nyanza province, it borders the following counties; Bomet to the East, Narok to the South, Kisii to the West, Homa Bay to the North, and Kericho to the North East. Area (Km 2): 899.3 Km 2 Climate/Weather: Temperatures range from a mean annual minimum of 10.1°C to a mean maximum of 28.7°C, with rainfall amounts of between 600mm and 2,300mm per annum Road Network: Bitumen Surface (104.1 Km), Gravel Surface (641.4 Km), Earth Surface (343.4 Km)   Population Population: 598,252 (Male - 48 %, Female - 52 %) Population Density: 665 people per Km 2 National Percentage: 1.55 % Annual Growth Rate: 2.4 % Age Distribution: 0-14 years (44.1 %), 15-64 years (52.4 %), 65+ years (3.5 %) Number of Households: 131,039 Economy Some Strengths of Nyamira County include: [list style="list-check"]Natural resources as livestock, arable land, pasture, water Tourist Attractions as Manga Ridge, Keera and Kiomachingi Falls, Hills Main Economic Activities as tea, coffee, pyrethrum, dairy farming, banana plantations and Bricks making[/list] Education Number of Institutions (2007): Primary (567), Secondary (168) Primary: Enrollment (145,012) Teacher to Pupil Ratio: 1:39 (Public Schools) Secondary: Enrollment (37,070) Teacher to Pupil Ratio: 1:34 (Public Schools) Tertiary: 1 University College, 1 Medical Training College, 1 Teachers Training College, 36 Youth Polytechnics, and Several Commercial Colleges Adult Literacy Classes: Enrollment (Over 1,800) Health Health Facilities: 98 - District Hospitals (2), Sub-District Hospitals (4), Dispensaries (47), Health Centres (26), Medical Clinics (16), Nursing Homes (3), Maternity Homes (-), Other (-) Doctor to Population Ratio: 1:65,000 Infant Mortality Rates: 80/1000 Under Five Mortality Rates: 111/1000 Prevalent Diseases: Malaria, Urinary Tract Infections, Skin Diseases Notable Hospitals: Nyamira and Manga Distncts Hospitals