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You can now access NCA services at all Huduma Centers across the country.
Following a successful pilot programme in 15 centers, the Authority has now rolled out the services in all Huduma Centers.
“NCA is dedicated to optimizing service delivery for our clients,” NCA Executive Director Dr. Daniel Manduku said, shortly after the new staff were assigned to their respective stations. “In addition to our regional and liaison offices, you can now access our services alongside other critical government services at your convenience.”
The move was welcome especially in larger regions where the NCA offices are not within a reasonable proximity, in areas such as Lodwar, Lamu. Kwale and Wajir. Clients will be able to access services such as accreditation, registration of projects, resolution of public complaints, registration for trainings as well as enquiries and guidance through all other services.
NCA staff from the Huduma Kenya Kibra desk took part in a Huduma Mashinani exercise at Toi Market on Friday, May 25th. Huduma Mashinani is an initiative by Huduma Kenya aimed at bringing services closer to the community. NCA plans to spearhead construction themed Mashinanis to benefit construction workers across the country.
NCA also took part in the Architectural Society of Kenya’s (AAK) Je, Una Mjengo? Awareness Clinic on Aga Khan Walk in Nairobi’s Central Business District on Saturday, May 26th. The purpose of the clinic was to sensitize members of the public on construction processes. The NCA desk interacted with members of the public, seeking to demystify the regulation processes. Also in attendance were engineers, architects and quantity surveyors from AAK’s various professional chapters