Constant Cap
M.A(Urban and Regional Planning),
Nairobi, Kenya.

Bio: Constant Cap is the Senior Product Manager at Code for Africa’s ‘Africa.Sensors’ environmental monitoring program. He has a Masters degree in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Nairobi, Kenya and an undergraduate Education degree in Geography and Mathematics from the same. He writes and comments about urban planning issues online and in local and international media. Born and raised in Nairobi, Kenya he is passionate about the planning issues facing African Cities. He has a deep interest in sustainable mobility, urban resilience and inclusive planning. He is a Graduate Member of the Town and County Planners Association of Kenya  and a member of the International Society of Urban and Regional Planners (ISOCARP). He has previously worked at the Strathmore University Advancement Office and as the Executive Director of Kilimani Project Foundation. He has also worked as an independent consultant in advocating to transform the urban planning space in Kenya as well as partaken research in urban planning and mobility in different parts of Kenya. He is also a director and convener at Naipolitans, a ‘think and do’ tank within the urban planning space.

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Twitter: @ConstantCap
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Snailmail: P.O.Box 76141 00508 Nairobi, Kenya

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  1. Hi, Constant.

    I wanted to take the opportunity to express what a big fan of your work I am, which I have been following for a while now mainly through your excellent series of essays regarding urbanism published on The Grid. I’m Nairobi-bred myself, and have a personal and professional interest in precisely the issues you tackle. I’m a trained and practicing architect, having spent my career so far in Germany. I’m reacting to your mission statement, seeing this as an encouragement to get involved in the conversation and development of progressive, public ideas for Nairobi as well as the region at large. Perhaps we can explore and network on some of these. In the meantime please keep doing the important work that you do, and remain assured of my keen attention and support.

    Kind regards, Ngeso Okolo.

    1. Cheers boss. I will get in touch with you via email. Sorry for the late response – in November and December last year the site was down.

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