About Us
The Kenya Institute of Planners (KIP) was formed in 1999 and launched in 2000. The categories of membership at the institute are:

  • Corporate Membership
  • Graduate Membership
  • Technician Membership
  • Student Membership
  • Visiting Membership

Aim of KIP
The aim of the Institute is to enhance the art and science of sustainable local, regional and national human and physical development planning, and the theory and practice relating thereto.

Objectives of KIP
(a)    To expand the skills of the planner and broaden the knowledge bases of planning by means of community participation

(b)    To maintain the standard of knowledge and expertise of the membership of the institute by such means as in-service enrichment training and mid-career courses

(c)    To promote inter-disciplinary and inter-skill discussion and co-operation, through collaboration with and participation with representatives of allied disciplines and those involved with and interested in planning

(d)    To ensure representation in the profession by promoting opportunity enhancement

(e)    To promote local and international contacts and interactions

(f)     To promote transparency and the acceptance of accountability to the profession, clients and the society for actions and quality of work.

For more information contact us on:

Kenya Institute Planners
NSSF Building, 10th Floor, Block A, Eastern Wing
P. O. Box 10682 - 00100 GPO
Telefax: +254-20-2731559
Mobile: +254-728-315288
Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Website: http://www.kip.co.ke

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