Tuesday, October 27, 2020

How to Study Faster

Are you in secondary school, college, doing a master's degree or simply studying for a course while working? Whatever the case may be, you can benefit from learning how to study faster. Thanks to technological advancements, there are now numerous applications to help you revise faster and cope with day-to-day tasks.


The following are five apps that will help you study faster.

iStudiez Pro

This application helps you create reminders and notifications for upcoming examinations while also improving your study methods. It is compatible with Mac, iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. With this app, you can create colorful schedules and visualize all the information you need to prioritize.

The pro version is available on iTunes for $2.99. You can use any Internet enabled Kenyan debit or credit card to buy it online. iStudiez Lite is free but places a limit on the number of classes you can manage. To use the app effectively, plug your class schedule into the application and follow the instructions to finalize setup.

Evernote

Evernote is a versatile application that has a wide range of uses. One of these is study and exam preparation. It can make a student's life a lot easier by storing study notes, research and other material such as online resources in one place. Take notes with it while listening to a lecture and sync across all your devices so that you can study on the go.  The application is easy to setup and use. It is free on iOS and Android devices. The premium version costs only $5 monthly or $45 per year.

Dictionary.com Mobile

Every student knows the value of a dictionary to look-up terms and improve vocabulary. The dictionary.com mobile application puts 2 million definitions at your fingertips. It also comes with a huge database of synonyms and antonyms. If there is something you didn't understand from your last class session, just download this app from iTunes or the Google Play Store and install it your phone.

Exam Time

This application allows you to create mind maps, flash cards and quizzes online for free. With ExamTime.com, you can create, store and access your study content from one place. This brings organization and focus into your study method. The application is still in beta so many more improvements are expected in the future but so far it has proven to be a really useful app. Stay synced with your study groups, planner, calendar in addition to many other features.

Blackboard

Finally, any discussion about study apps would be incomplete without making mention of Blackboard. This is the most widely used app by universities around the world. It is recommended by many professors and schools. The only requirement for you to use this is that your teacher should also be using it. Some private universities in Kenya are using the app, just check with your institution and lecturer. It is compatible with Android, iOS and Blackberry. Blackboard allows you online access to all your coursework, grades and schedules posted by your instructor. Once you convince your school to start using it, all you need to do is head over to iTunes or Google Play and download it.

Study Drugs
If you suffer from conditions such as ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), long hours of study may be a problem for you. ADHD sufferers typically suffer attention problems which include daydreaming, difficulty focusing and being easily distracted. Hyperactivity is manifested through fidgeting or restlessness. If you suspect you have ADHD, you should consult a doctor and they can prescribe a drug known as Adderall which will help you focus better.

Resources

iStudiez Pro


Evernote


Dictionary Mobile


Exam Time


Blackboard


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Why Study in Australia?

As a recent KCSE graduate, there are many universities and college options both locally and abroad. Kenyan students are increasingly looking to study in Australia and with good reasons.

Why Study in Australia?


There a number of reasons Kenyan students are choosing to study in Australia. These include:

  1. Despite having a population of only 23 million, it is the 3rd most popular destination for undergraduate students.
  2. There are over 22,000 courses available in over 1,100 institutions.
  3. 8 out of the top 100 universities globally are in Australia.
  4. 5 out of 30 of the best student cities are located in Australia.
  5. According to Universitas global ranking of higher education systems, Australia ranks 9th globally ahead of countries such as Germany, Netherlands, and Japan. Universitas is the leading global network of research-intensive universities.
  6. The Australian government invests $200 million in international scholarships annually.
  7. Australian universities feature in the top 50 ranked universities globally in the following areas of study; arts and humanities, clinical and pre-clinical health, engineering and technology, life sciences, physical sciences, and social sciences.
  8. Australian universities have produced 15 Nobel prize laureates.
  9. Over 1 billion people globally rely on Australian discoveries and innovations. These include; penicillin, in-vitro fertilization, ultrasound, wi-fi, bionic ear, cervical cancer vaccine, the aviation black box and many others.
Find out how much it costs to study in Australia.

Further Reading
Australian Government Site


3 Must Read Books by Kenyan Authors

Though we constantly vilify ourselves for being a nation that reads until university and then after that, read if and only when the situation demands, Kenya has a rich oral and literary history.
Here’s a look at three Kenyan literary master classes, you shouldn’t go another day without reading:

The Wizard of the Crow by Ngugi Wa Thiongo


A book that seems particularly apt given Kenya’s present struggles with grand corruption. Cutting, and full of farcical mockery of the leaders of a fictional African State, Aburiria. It’s also laugh-out-loud funny.









One Day I Will Write About This Place by Binyavanga Wainaina

Being on Oprah’s bookshelf alone should get your fingers twitching to get hold of this book. A broad, ambitious project straddling the writer’s youthful years across Kenya, Uganda, and South Africa. A Kenyan contemporary classic.









Coming to Birth by Marjorie Oludhe Macgoye

Macgoye, who came to Kenya from England in 1954 passed away last year. But she left us with perhaps her greatest literally work in, Coming to Birth - published in 1986. A unique, heartfelt story that interweaves a young girl’s attempts at finding her way in a country that is itself just in its infancy.






Thursday, September 24, 2020

List of Prefabricated Housing Manufacturers

Prefabricated construction is the surest way to cut down on construction costs significantly. The following is a list of prefabricated housing companies in Kenya.

Name Contact Details
Hong Kong Building Centre (HKBC)

Mombasa Rd Opposite Sameer Business Park, Between Lab & Allied and Plaza 2000 Nairobi, Kenya. Tel: 020-2617700 Mobile: 0722-837999, 0787-888444, 0787-888555 Website: www.hkbckenya.com E-mail: info@hkbckenya.com

Eco Homes Ltd

"Muthaiga North Parkside Estate House no 68. Parkside estate is along Coffee Garden Drive (Rock City Stage), off Kiambu road, after CID headquarters and sharks palace. Tel 020 359 1988 / 020 353 5709
sales@ecohomeskenya.com"

Koto Housing Kenya

Koto House (Formerly the People Printing House), Mombasa Road (Mlolongo, Machakos County), Kenya. +254 789 80 89 91 +254 772 12 44 08. info@kotohousingkenya.co.ke  

Economic Housing Group Ltd

Before Ngong Racecourse Along Ngong Road Nairobi, Kenya Tel; +254722525097 254733213103 Email: sales@ehgkenya.com

Zenithsteel Ltd


P.O. Box 18314- 00500 Nairobi, Kenya Enterprise Road, Industrial Area, P: +254-20-555281, 551874/5

National Housing Corporation Kenya

NHC House, Aga Khan Walk P.O Box 30257-00100 Nairobi - Kenya Email: info@nhckenya.co.ke     Tel: +254 (020) 3312 149

DMS-Africa

DMS Africa Ltd.  P.O Box 10625-00100 GPO  PEARL VILLAS  Musa Gitau Road, off Waiyaki Way,(behind Deloitte) Lavington Estate Nairobi-Kenya sales@dms-africa.com Mobile +254 (0) 718 174 154


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List of Public Libraries

Public libraries in Kenya are operated by the Kenya National Library Service (KNLS), a state corporation established via an act of parliament in 1965. The library is currently operating 60 branches spread out across Kenya.

The following is the list of public libraries operating in each of the 47 counties of Kenya.



No. County No. of Public Libraries Location
1 Baringo 2 Kabarnet, Meisori
2 Bomet 1 Silibwet
3 Bungoma 1 Kimilili
4 Busia None
5 Elgeyo/Marakwet 1 Lagam
6 Embu 1 Embu
7 Garissa 3 Garissa, Mbalambala, Masalani
8 Homa Bay None -
9 Isiolo 1 Isiolo
10 Kajiado None -
11 Kakamega 2 Kakamega, Lusumu
12 Kericho 1 Kericho
13 Kiambu 1 Thika
14 Kilifi 3 Kilifi, Dzitsoni, Malindi
15 Kirinyaga None -
16 Kisii 1 Kisii
17 Kisumu 2 Kisumu, Koru (Dr. Robert Ouko Memorial Library)
18 Kitui 1 Mwingi
19 Kwale 1 Kwale (Ukunda)
20 Laikipia 2 Nanyuki, Rumuruti
21 Lamu None -
22 Machakos None -
23 Makueni 3 Mutyambua, Kinyambu, Kithasyu
24 Mandera 1 Mandera
25 Marsabit 1 Moyale
26 Meru 3 Meru, Mikumbune, Timau
27 Migori 1 Awendo
28 Mombasa 1 Mombasa
29 Murang'a 2 Murang'a, Kangema
30 Nairobi 3 Nairobi Area, Buruburu, Kibera
31 Nakuru 3 Nakuru, Naivasha, Gilgil
32 Nandi 1 Kapsabet
33 Narok 2 Narok, Lelechonik
34 Nyamira None
35 Nyandarua 1 Ol Kalou
36 Nyeri 4 Nyeri, Munyu, Chinga, Karatina
37 Samburu None -
38 Siaya 3 Nyilima, Rambula, Ukwala
39 Taita Taveta 2 Wundanyi, Werugha (Mary Patch Turnbull Memorial Library)
40 Tana River None
41 Tharaka Nithi None -
42 Trans Nzoia None -
43 Turkana None
44 Uasin Gishu 1 Eldoret
45 Vihiga None -
46 Wajir 5 Wajir, Griftu, Habasweni, Tarbaj, Bute
47 West Pokot None -
TOTAL 61

Source
Kenya National Library Services




Monday, September 21, 2020

How to Buy Treasury Bonds via Mpesa #MAkiba

The Kenyan Government recently launched a mobile-based treasury bonds auction platform dubbed M-Akiba. Through M-Akiba, you can now invest in the Kenyan Government Infrastructure bond where the government is looking to raise Kes 5 Billion and other subsequent treasury bonds for as little as Kes 3,000. This is a big departure from the traditional system that has locked out many people who could afford the high minimum investment amounts required.

Investing in treasury bonds offers greater returns compared to savings accounts such as M-Shwari and fixed deposit accounts. Investors will be paid interest twice a year. According to The Treasury, at a 10 per cent M-Akiba Interest rate, an investment of Kes 10,000 is set to give investors a return of Kes 500 every six months or 1,000 annually. At the end of the bond's three year maturity period, investors will get their original investment back.



The current bond is an infrastructure bond hence, interest payments to investors are tax-free.

When the bond matures, the principal amount you invested and the interest earned will be paid to you via Mpesa or Airtel Money.

How to Use M-Akiba

  • Dial *889# from a Safaricom or Airtel line. These are the only two mobile operators participating at the moment. 
  • Follow the prompts. 

Tips & Warnings

  • Registration, trading, and settlement will be done through your mobile phone. There will be no physical documentation for CDS accounts. 
  • If you miss out on the bond in the primary issue you the option of buying it in the secondary market at the Nairobi Stock Exchange. But, market forces will determine the purchase of the bond in the secondary market.

Suggested Reading

How to open a CDS account

Source

The National Treasury




You Won't Believe How this Empire Star Looks now #ThisBody

Gabourey Sidibe is best known for playing “Precious” in the hit series "Empire". She has been known for being a large woman and once told Oprah that her first diet started when she was six-years-old.
One thing about Gabby, is that she isn't ashamed of her body.

Recently, she embarked on a weight loss that has seen her shed several pounds. The changes are most noticeable on her face which looks considerably thinner. Below are some photos she posted on Instagram.










She also recently posed in a sheer shirt and sexy bra for Lane Bryant’s latest fashion campaign, #ThisBody campaign.





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How to Make Chicken Feed

Chicken feed has become very expensive and the only way to make a decent return from rearing chicken for meat or eggs is to make to your own chicken feed. In fact, many Kenyan animal feeds manufacturers make sub-standard feeds so from whatever angle you look at it, you are better making your own chicken feed.

The Nation Newspaper recently ran an interesting piece that explained how a farmer could go about making their own chicken feed. If you missed it, here is an extract of the salient points below.


By Nation Seeds of Gold

To formulate feeds, farmers have to use the Pearson Square method. In this method, the digestible crude protein (DCP) is the basic nutritional requirement for any feed preparation for all animals and birds.


Now, assuming that a farmer wants to make feed for their chicken using this method, they have to know the crude protein content of each of the ingredients they want to use to make their feed.

The following are the DCP values for each of the common ingredients used in feed making:

  • Whole maize — 8.23%
  • Soya — 45%
  • Fishmeal (omena) — 55%
  • Maize bran — 7%
  • Sunflower — 35%

Each category of chicken has its nutritional requirement. For example, if we want to make feed for layers, the feed should have at least 18 percent crude protein.

If one was to formulate feed for layers, then they would have to calculate the percentage of DCP in each of the ingredients they want to use to ensure that the total crude protein content is at least 18 percent.

Therefore, to make a 70kg bag of feed for layers, a farmer would require the following ingredients:

  • 34kg of whole maize
  • 12kg of soya
  • 8kg of omena (fishmeal)
  • 10kg of maize bran
  • 6kg of lime (as a calcium source)

To find out if all the above ingredients meet this standard of 18% crude protein, a farmer can do a simple calculation as follows:

  • Whole maize — 34kg x 8.23 ÷100 = 2.80 %
  • Soya — 12kg x 45kg ÷ 100 = 5.40 %
  • Omena — 8 kg x 55kg ÷ 100 = 4.40 %
  • Lime — 6 kg x 0 kg ÷ 100 = 0.00%
  • Total % of crude protein = 13.30%

To get the total crude protein percentage of all these ingredients in a 70kg bag of feed, the farmer should take this crude protein content of the combined ingredients, divide by 70kg and multiply by 100, thus — 13.30 ÷70 ×100 = 19%; this shows that the crude protein content of the above feed formulation is 19%, which is quite adequate for layers.

To ensure the chicken to get all they need in terms of nutrients such as vitamins, minerals and amino acids, you need these additives in their standard quantities.

In order to make it even simpler for farmers who would wish to make their own feeds, below are feed formulations for each category of chickens and stage of growth already worked out such that all the farmer needs is to buy the ingredients and mix them:

How to Make a 70 kg Bag of Layers Chick Mash (1-4 weeks)

Growing chicks require feed with Digestible Crude Protein (DCP) of between 18 to 20 percent. The following formulation can be used to make a 70kg bag of layers chick mash:

Ingredients

  • 31.5kg of whole maize
  • 9.1kg of wheat bran
  • 7.0kg of wheat pollard
  • 16.8 kg of sunflower (or 16.8 kg of linseed)
  • 1.5kg of fishmeal
  • 1.75kg of lime
  • 30g of salt
  • 20g of premix Amino acids
  • 70g of tryptophan
  • 3.0g of lysine
  • 10g of methionine
  • 70 g of Threonine
  • 50g of enzymes
  • 60g of coccidiostat
  • 50g of toxin binder
  • Making a 70 kg bag of growers mash (4 to 8 weeks)

Growers (pullets or young layers) should be provided with feed having a protein content of between 16 and 18 percent. Such feed makes the young layers to grow fast in preparation for egg laying:

  • 10kg of whole maize
  • 17kg of maize germ
  • 13kg of wheat pollard
  • 10kg of wheat bran
  • 6kg of cotton seed cake
  • 5kg of sunflower cake
  • 3.4kg of soya meal
  • 2.07kg of lime
  • 700g of bone meal
  • 3kg of fishmeal

Additives
  • 14g of salt
  • 1g of coccidiostat
  • 18g of Pre-mix
  • 1g of zinc bacitracitrach
  • 7g of mycotoxin binder

How to Make a 70 kg Bag of Layers’ Mash (18 weeks and above)

Ingredients

  • 34kg of whole maize
  • 12kg of Soya
  • 8kg of fishmeal
  • 10kg of maize bran, rice germ or wheat bran
  • 6kg of lime
  • Amino acids
  • 175g premix
  • 70g lysine
  • 35g methionine
  • 70kg Threonine
  • 35g tryptophan
  • 50g toxin binder
Layer feed should contain a Digestible Crude Protein (DCP) content of between 16-18 per cent.

The feed should contain calcium (lime) for the formation of eggshells (laying hens that do not get enough calcium will use the calcium stored in their own born tissue to produce eggshells).

Layer feed should be introduced at 18 weeks.

How to Make a 70 kg Bag of Broiler Feed


Broilers have different feed requirements in terms of energy, proteins and minerals during different stages of their growth. It is important that farmers adapt feed rations to these requirements for maximum production.

Young broilers have a high protein requirement for the development of muscles, feathers, etc. As the broilers grow, their energy requirements for the deposit of fat increase and their protein requirements decrease.

They therefore require high protein content in their starter rations than in the grower and finisher rations.

Broilers should have feed that has between 22 -24 percent DCP. The following guidelines can help the farmer to make the right feed at each stage of growth:

Broiler Starter Feed (1-4 weeks)

  • 40kg of whole maize
  • 12kg of fishmeal (or omena)
  • 14kg of soya bean meal
  • 4kg of lime
  • 70g of premix
  • Amino acids
  • 35g of lysine
  • 35g of Threonine

Preparing Broiler Finisher feed (70kg)

  • 10kg of whole maize
  • 16.7kg of maize germ
  • 13.3kg of wheat pollard
  • 10 kg wheat bran
  • 6 kg of cotton seed cake
  • 4.7kg of sunflower cake
  • 3kg of fishmeal 2kg of lime
  • 3.4kg of soya meal
  • 40g of bone meal
  • 10g of grower PMX
  • 5g of salt
  • 5g of coccidiostat
  • 5g of Zincbacitrach
NOTE: For farmers who have more than 500 chickens, it is advisable to make 1 ton of feed at once (There are 14 bags of feed in one ton).

Therefore, to make 1 tonne of feed, all a farmer needs is to multiply each of the ingredients by 14. Ensure that all the feed you make will last for one month and not longer — this ensures the feed remains fresh and safe for chickens. Any feed that lasts more than one month may deteriorate in quality and can affect your chickens.

Daily Feed Requirements for each Growth Stage

Farmers should maintain the right feed quantities for chicken at each stage of growth as shown below:

— An egg-laying chicken requires 130-140g of feed per day.

— A chick requires a minimum 60g per day. If they finish their daily rations, give them fruit and vegetable cuttings to ensure they feed continuously.

— Young chickens (or pullets) which are about to start laying eggs should be fed 60g for 2 and ½ months and then put on layer diet (140g per day). Supplement the feed with vegetables, edible plant leaves and fruit peelings in addition to their feed rations.

— Broiler chicks require 67g per day. Broiler finishers require 67g of feed per day to the day of slaughter.

— Chickens are very sensitive to aflatoxins- never use rotten maize (maozo) while making feeds.

Where to buy ingredients

Farmers who need raw materials for feed making including feed additives (pre-mixes and amino acids) can order them from agro-veterinary shops nearest to them.

There are also companies doing calibration services for farmers who wish to make feeds in large scale farming enterprises and even for any farmer who requires these services.

How to Receive Mpesa Payments on a Website

M-pesa is now used by millions of people in Kenya. If you run a website or e-commerce store, it makes sense to integrate M-pesa payments on your website. There are several ways to achieve and this article examines two of the most popular methods currently available.



Method 1 - Apply for a Lipa Na Mpesa Till Number

This is the easiest way to request receive M-pesa payments on a website. It doesn't require any technical know-how. All you need to do is apply for an M-pesa Till Number from a Safaricom Dealer near you and then publish the Till Number on your website. When online buyers are "checking out" they complete an online form and then make payment. You then crosscheck the mobile number and M-pesa name, with the name and number they use to register on your website to verify the purchase.

The only drawback with this method is that it isn't automated. If you are selling digital goods, this is a cumbersome process that can actually damage your brand.

Method 2 - Use an M-pesa Payment Gateway



Depending on the Content Management System you use on your website, a payment gateway can be very easy or quite difficult to set up. There are several straightforward payment gateway plugins that run on WordPress. This method is, therefore, strictly for WordPress websites.

The suitability of the plugin will depend on the WordPress theme you are running. You may need to undertake some trial and error before you settle on an appropriate plugin for your WordPress Setup. Check out the pages below for more information.




Tips & Warnings
There are other more technical methods to get it done but unless you are a techie, we recommend these two methods. If they don't work for you, hire an expert to set up M-pesa payments on your website.




Infographic: Ten Equations that Changed the World


Source
Wikipedia

Saturday, September 5, 2020

Brew Tea Longer to Reduce the Risk of Cancer and Dementia

Tea is, without a doubt, the most consumed beverage in Kenya. But, according to Dr. Stuart Farrimond, a UK food scientist, tea must be brewed for exactly five minutes to make it healthier and more delicious.

Tea is a source of polyphenols, which research has shown reduce the risk of cancer and dementia. The levels of caffeine and antioxidant levels increase the longer you brew your tea. So, once you add the tea leaves it is best to turn down the heat and let the tea simmer for five minutes before serving. If you are using tea bags, let the tea bag steep in the cup for at least five minutes before you drink the tea.

You should also avoid drinking tea from styrofoam cups, the kind used in drink dispensers which are a common feature in most offices in Kenya. Styrofoam cups absorb flavor molecules and reduce the benefits associated with drinking tea.

It is also best to use soft water to make tea as opposed to hard water. The calcium in hard water reacts with the tea flavor compounds reducing the benefits and tastiness.

According to several studies, tea brewed for only 30 seconds only contained 35 milligrams of caffeine, compared to a mug brewed for five minutes that contained 50 milligrams. Tea brewed longer also contains double the number of antioxidants.

Interestingly, there is also research that shows that tea from a red or pink mug tastes sweeter than tea drunk from a white or blue mug... it's a psychological issue!



Kenya Tea Facts


  • According to the Tea Board of Kenya, Tea consumption in Kenya 2016 was 29.75 Million Kgs 
  • Kenya tea is free of pests and/or diseases because it is produced without the use of agrochemicals. 
  • There are over 50 varieties of Kenyan tea. Each new variety developed enhances the health attributes attributed to tea. 
  • Only the best top two leaves and a bud are used in production. 

Source
Series 3 of Inside the Factory starts on BBC Two


How to Rate a Hangover

Only those who have been there can identify with this.........


One Star Hangover (*)

No pain. No real feeling of illness. You're able to function relatively well. However, you are still parched. You can drink 5 sodas and still feel this way. For some reason, you are craving kuku & fries.

Two Star Hangover (**)

No pain, but something is definitely amiss. You may look okay, but you have the mental capacity of a staple gun. The coffee you are chugging is only increasing your rumbling gut, which is still tossing around the fruity pancake from the 9:00 AM, Java excursion. There is some definite havoc being wreaked upon your bowels.

Three Star Hangover (***)

A slight headache. Stomach feels crappy. You are definitely not productive. Anytime a girl walks by you gag because her perfume reminds you of the madafu shots your alcoholic friends dared you to drink. Life would be better right now if you were home in your bed watching Cobra Squad reruns. You've had 4 cups of coffee, a liter of water, 3 iced teas and a diet Coke --- yet you haven't peed once.


Four Star Hangover (****)

Life sucks. Your head is throbbing. You can't speak too quickly or else you might puke. Your lecturer has already lambasted you for being late and has given you a lecture for reeking of booze. You wore nice clothes, but that can't hide the fact that you only shaved one side of your face. (For the ladies, it looks like you put your make-up on while riding the bumper cars.) Your eyes look like one big red vein,
and even your hair hurts. Your sphincter is in perpetual spasm, and the first of about five shits you take during the day brings water to the eyes of everyone who enters the bathroom.

Five Star Hangover(*****)

You have a second heartbeat in your head, which is actually annoying the employee who sits in the next cube. Vodka vapor is seeping out of every pore and making you dizzy. You still have toothpaste crust in the corners of your mouth from brushing your teeth in an attempt to get the remnants of the poop fairy out. Your body has lost the ability to generate saliva so your tongue is suffocating you. You don't have the foggiest idea who the hell the stranger was passed out in your bed this morning. Any attempt to defecate results in a fire hose like discharge of alcohol-scented fluid with a rare 'floater' thrown in. The sole purpose of this 'floater' seems to be to splash the toilet water all over your butt. Death sounds pretty good about right now....


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How to Query & Pay Land Rent Online

All government services in Kenya are going digital. As we noted in an earlier article, it is now possible to perform land searches online. In addition, you can also query and pay land rent online right from the comfort of your home or office. In fact, you can even query and pay land rent using your mobile phone.

This service is saving people lots of time. You no longer have to waste long hours in a queue to find out and pay your land rents. In fact, the Ministry of Lands is no longer accepting manual payments.

Option 1 - eCitizen



  • Log into to eCitizen and sign up or sign in if you are already registered. 
  • Click on Ministry of Lands & Physical Planning and select Make Application.
  • Next, Select Land Rent from the options available. There are currently two options under this menu, so choose what you want to do from:
  • Land Rent Payment History
  • Query and Pay Land Rent
  • Next, enter your Title Number – e.g. NAIROBI/BLOCK123 and the parcel number – e.g. 321 which is found on the Certificate of Title. 
  • Fill in the online form and submit. 
  • Confirm all the details and proceed to pay using available payment options.
  • Once payment has been confirmed, you have the option to print the results or simply leave the results in your eCitizen account. 



Option 2 - Mobile Phone

  • Begin by registering. Send the word ‘lands’ to the shortcode 21504. 
  • Once you get a confirmation, dial *512# to request amount due.

Tips & Warnings

  • You can also perform a land search online, report missing land records and soon stamp duty will be payable online. 


Source
Ministry of Lands



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Wednesday, August 19, 2020

List of Swimming Pool Contractors in Kenya

Are you looking for a swimming pool contractor to put a pool for you? Whether you are looking for a commercial pool or a pool for your dream home, the following are some of the best swimming pool contractors in Kenya that money can buy.

Constructed by Aqua Blue Ltd


  • Karani Swimming Pool Services
  • Kisio Swimming Pools
  • Pool Shop East Africa
  • Ecoliff East Africa
  • Waterways Africa


Monday, August 3, 2020

List of Animal Feeds Manufacturers

Looking for an animal feeds manufacturer in your area? The following is a list of all animal feeds manufacturers in Kenya.


Manufacturer Location Postal Address Phone
ABC Superfeeds Ltd ABC Superfeeds Ltd Factories, Government Printing Rd 17790 20100 Nakuru 512215497
Alltech Products (E. A) Ltd Bandari Plaza, Mezz 3 Flr, Woodvale Grv 13995 00800 Westlands
Aniko Superfeeds Ltd
21585 00505 Ngong Rd
Animal Minerals and Allied Zambezi 43031 00902 Kikuyu (+254) 0703 286763
Arom Ltd Godown Plot No 33 Kingorani Prison Along Lumumba Rd 96312 80110 Likoni (+254) 0733 242767
Belfast Millers Ltd Belfast Millers Ltd (Bldg 24), Bamburi Rd 18453 00500 Enterprise Rd (+254) 0735 100499
Bora Feeds Mukurweini/Karatina Rd 232 10103 Mukurweini (+254) 0734 662925
Bunda Cake & Feeds Ltd
1313 20100 Nakuru (+254) 0722 685678
Calvin Centre Next to Kikuyu Nursing 62507 00200 City Square (+254) 0721 392055
Century Feeds Ltd Timber Mill Rd 3742 20100 Nakuru (+254) 0722 833671
Chefima Ltd Off Garage Rd 20179 00200 City Square
Dagoretti Market Animal Feed Karen Connection, Karen Rd 21041 00502 Karen (+254) 0722 346844
Economy Farm Products (K) Ltd City Cabanas Interchange KNTC Godown, Airport North Rd off Nanyuki Rd 64983 00620 Mobil Plaza (+254) 0735 337753
GAF Feeds Ltd Behind Giddo Plaza, Harvester''s Rd 16310 20100 Nakuru (+254) 0728 381597
Global Enviromental Solutions Ltd Dul Dul Complex Godown No 7, Mombasa Rd 4176 00506 Nyayo Stadium (+254) 0733 607402
Goldstar Feeds Ltd Enterprise Rd 61767 00200 City Square
Grace Care Investments Neema Hse, Gr Flr
(+254) 0723 790319
Hay Masters Animal Feeds
73167 00200 City Square (+254) 0723 309007
Hemco Feeds (K) Ltd Hemco Hse, Kariobangi Light Industries Hemc, Off Komorock Rd 12199 00400 Tom Mboya St
Hika Stores Munene Industries, Kenyatta Hwy 1983 01000 Thika
James Kiratu Githinji Next to Stan Movers, Lang'ata Rd 474 00502 Karen (+254) 0722 679608
Joeliz Bone Meal Ltd Joeliz Bone Meak Ltd (Bldg 15), Lunga Lunga Rd 17873 00500 Enterprise Rd (+254) 0723 804413
Joeliz Bonemeal Ltd Joeliz Bone Meak Ltd (Bldg 15), Lunga Lunga Rd 17873 00500 Enterprise Rd
Jubilee Feed Industries Ltd Off Garissa Rd 4566 01002 Madaraka (+254) 0727 532215
Kengrow Ltd Punch Towers, East Gate Rd Off Mombasa Rd 42897 00100 Nairobi GPO (+254) 0724 777460
Kings Animal Feeds Opp Gulf Energy, Nakuru/Kisumu Hwy 10345 20100 Nakuru (+254) 0733 873880
Lake Feeds Kisumu/Kakamega Rd 1194 40100 Kisumu (+254) 0726 666360
Lens Agri Agencies Ltd Timber Mill Rd, Behind Giddo Plaza, Nakuru 7214 20110 Nakuru 512213679
Lens Agri Agencies Ltd Lens Agri Agencies Ltd Bldg Behind Giddo Plaza, Timber Mill Rd 7214 20110 Timber Mill Rd (+254) 0722 722293
Machfeeds Suppliers & General Gr Flr, Mama Ngina Drv 2650 01000 Thika (+254) 0727 957340
Mayfeeds Kenya Ltd Garissa Rd 4893 01002 Madaraka (+254) 0733 814792
Mbale Farm Inputs
823 50316 Banja
Milele Feeds Ltd Kenyatta Hwy 6582 01000 Thika (+254) 0718 264410
Miracle Animal Feeds Ltd K F A Bldg, General Kago Rd 7461 20100 Nakuru (+254) 0722 803312
Molaplus Investment Molaplus Investment premises Behind St. Georges, Murunyu Rd 18100 20100 Nakuru (+254) 0722 656142
Molaplus Ltd Nakuru Press Bldg,Printing Press Rd,Upper Industrial Area,Nakuru 18100 20100 051 2216895 (+254) 0722656142, (+254) 0780 216893, (+254) 0780 016893
Mukurwe-ini Wakulima Feeds Factory Mukurweini/Othaya Rd 232 10103 Mukurweini
Muss Kenya Limited Opp Engen Pepetro Station, Industrial Rd 625 01000 Thika (+254) 0722 560604
Naku Modern Feeds Ltd Nakuru Press Bldg, Printing Hse Rd 15725 20100 Nakuru (+254) 0720 682226
New Day Feeds Nkrumah Rd 4618 00100 Nairobi GPO (+254) 0724 431371
Ngecha Feeds Ltd Kikuyu Township 1215 00902 Kikuyu
Ngong Animal Feeds

(+254) 0714 267367
Njuga Consolidated Co Ltd Kongoni Rd off Beach Rd 80409 80100 Mombasa (+254) 0706 560752
Njuga Consolidated Co Ltd Garissa Rd 55 01002 Madaraka (+254) 0734 600921
Ongata Vision Chicks & Feeds Supplies Kware Stage, Focus Hse, Gr Flr, Magadi Rd 79483 00503 Mbagathi (+254) 0722 648422
Pioneer Feeds Ltd opp Kenya Airways HQ, Old North Airport Rd 4606 00506 Nyayo Stadium (+254) 0735 799299
Prime Feeds Westbuild Bldg Opp Gatumaini Primary School, Gr Flr, Workshop Rd 27 01000 Thika (+254) 0735 453500
Pwani Feeds Ltd Pwani Feeds Ltd premises, Makaburini Rd off Mombasa/Malindi Rd 80501 80100 Mombasa (+254) 0722 819767
Qarrey Trading Co Ltd Old Factory Rd 41557 00100 Nairobi GPO
Ranchers Agro-vet Savis, Gr Flr, Namanga Rd 158 00242 Ewaso Kedong (+254) 0712 239303
Rimandi Traders Ltd Witeithie Hse, Kwame Nkrumah Rd 172 00100 Nairobi GPO (+254) 0725 106967
Rogmer Feeds Joppa Hse, Gr Flr, Namanga Rd 57331 00200 City Square (+254) 0724 972056
Royal Animal Feeds Timber Mill Rd 586 20100 Nakuru (+254) 0722 235887
Shakers Animal Feeds (K) Ltd Mombasa Rd 24152 00100 Nairobi GPO (+254) 0722 649715
Shubh Enterprises Gr Flr, Kenyatta Hwy 2999 01000 Thika (+254) 0722 501512
Sigma Feeds Ltd Ideal Farm, Bogani Rd 18138 00500 Enterprise Rd (+254) 0733 600897
Sigma Supplies Ltd (Isinya Feeds/Chicken) Namanga Rd, Isinya 18138 00500 Enterprise Rd 202338172  ,612303962
Sirari Feeds Ltd Young Traders Bldg, Factory St 32 00515 Buru Buru (+254) 0722 722892
Southern Agri Enterprises Wananchi Millers, Muindi Mbingu St 2105 01000 Thika (+254) 0733 336195
Stemark Animal Feeds Magadi Rd 46653 00100 Nairobi GPO (+254) 0722 478489
Tamfeeds Ltd Tamfeeds Ltd Premises, Ushirika Rd off Gataka Rd 24371 00502 Karen (+254) 0733 714406
Tarime Suppliers Ltd Young Traders Bldg Behind Tuskys Supermarket, Factory St 57547 00200 City Square (+254) 0729 099550
Tosha Feeds (K) Ltd Zambezi, Nairobi/Naivasha Hwy
(+254) 0733 991722
Trust Feeds Ltd Factory Rd 144 01000 Thika (+254) 0733 725581
Tulla REserve Suppliers Ltd Nationals Cereal Board, Lusaka Rd
(+254) 0722 492874
Unga Farm Care (E. A.) Ltd Unga Farm Care, Printing Hse Rd 7202 20100 Nakuru (+254) 0733 217066
Unga Farm Care (E. A.) Ltd Unga Farm Care, Printing Hse Rd 7202 20100 Nakuru
Unga Farm Care (E. A.) Ltd Unga Farmcare E.A. Ltd Premises, Dakar Rd 41788 00100 Nairobi GPO (+254) 0733 624166
Ushindi Feeds Ltd K F A Bldg, General Kago Rd 3638 20100 Nakuru (+254) 0726 037311
Valley Feeds And Hay Ltd Near Total Roundabout Off Stanley Mathenge Rd 14119 20100 Nakuru (+254) 0722 742170
Wonder Feeds Ltd
2780 20100 Nakuru

Suggested Reading

How to make chicken feed

How to Withdraw M-pesa from Airtel Line

If you own an Airtel line, you can still receive a Mpesa mobile money payment. An Airtel number is treated in the same manner as an unregistered Safaricom number. The person sending the money will follow the usual steps and receive a notification that the number is unregistered before they send the payment.



Once payment is sent, the sender will receive a confirmation message. The Airtel number will also receive a message from M-pesa containing a 4 digit code which they will use to withdraw money from an M-pesa agent.

How to Withdraw M-Pesa Agent




  1. Find an M-pesa agent
  2. Confirm the agent has sufficient funds for your transaction.
  3. Present the SMS containing the M-pesa voucher number (notification confirming receipt of cash).
  4. Give your Airtel phone number
  5. Show original ID.
  6. The agent will enter the 'one time code' that is displayed on the customer's SMS notification.
  7. Both the agent and the customer will receive an SMS confirming the transaction.
  8. The agent will give you your money and request you to sign the Log book which is a record of M-pesa transactions done in that store.

Source
Safaricom


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Driving on Kenyan Roads with a Foreign License

The conditions allowing one to drive on Kenyan roads using a foreign driving license are stipulated in Kenya's Traffic Act. Cap 403, Part IV, Section 31, Sub-Section 1A states,  "A licensing officer shall not grant an applicant a driving licence endorsed in respect of any class of motor vehicle unless the applicant - (a) satisfies the licensing officer that he has passed a test of competence to drive that class of motor vehicle conducted under section 39, or that he holds a certificate of competency for that class of motor vehicle issued under the Traffic Ordinance (now repealed), or is the holder of a valid driving licence for that class of motor vehicle granted by a competent authority in some part of the Commonwealth where such driving licences are granted only after a prescribed test has been passed or is the holder of an international driving permit."

This means that with a commonwealth license and an Aliens Card or Kenyan ID you can easily be issued a Kenyan license without taking any test.

Countries Whose Citizens are Allowed to Drive in Kenya

There are currently 53 countries in the membership of the Commonwealth of Nations. If your country is among the following countries, you can drive in Kenya with your local driving license.

Africa Asia Caribbean and Americas
Botswana Bangladesh Antigua and Barbuda
Cameroon Brunei Darussalam Bahamas, The
Ghana India Barbados
Kenya Malaysia Belize
Lesotho Maldives Canada
Malawi Pakistan Dominica
Mauritius Singapore Grenada
Mozambique Sri Lanka Guyana
Namibia
Jamaica
Nigeria
Saint Lucia
Rwanda
St Kitts and Nevis
Seychelles
St Vincent and The Grenadines
Sierra Leone
Trinidad and Tobago
South Africa

Swaziland

Uganda

United Republic of Tanzania

Zambia





Europe Pacific
Cyprus Australia
Malta Fiji
United Kingdom Kiribati

Nauru

New Zealand

Papua New Guinea

Samoa

Solomon Islands

Tonga

Tuvalu

Vanuatu

To apply for an International Driving Permit (IDP), you need to liaise with your local traffic authority. Most countries issue IDP's upon application.


Source
Traffic Act Chapter 403, Laws of Kenya

Suggested Reading
How to Get a Foreign Vehicle Permit


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List of Pharmacies in Nairobi

The following is a list of pharmacies in Nairobi. Contact information and physical addresses are included.







Company Name Physical Address Telephone
Dapco Pharmaceuticals Ambassadeur Hotel, Gr Flr, Moi Ave, Nairobi
P.O.Box: 596 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 202102939, (+254) 202102940
Martian Pharmacy Ltd - Buru Buru Ph 2 Jimlizer Hotel, Gr Flr, Mumias South Rd
P.O.Box: 4916 00506 Nyayo Stadium
(+254) 0722 833921, (+254) 0738 199739
Bujagali Pharmacy Mlolongo Market, Mombasa Rd
P.O.Box: 2810 00200 City Square
(+254) 0722 752288
Ben-Ammi Pharmacies Ltd 5th Avenue Office Suites, Gr Flr, Rm G2, 5th Ngong Ave
P.O.Box: 5629 00506 Nyayo Stadium
(+254) 0722 571454, (+254) 0739 713830
Mountain Peak Pharmacy East Gate Mall, Gr Flr, Rm 5
P.O.Box: 43934 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0722 740838
Acacia Pharmacy - City Centre ICEA Bldg, 2nd Flr, Kenyatta Ave
P.O.Box: 61405 00200 City Square
(+254) 0735 338036
Goldlife Pharmaceticides Ltd Mutindwa Stage Mutindwa Rd (+254) 0720 714633
Green Mark Chemist Jubilee Shopping Centre, Lang''ata Rd
P.O.Box: 35428 00200 City Square
(+254) 0722 710160
Cedar Pharma Care Ltd Braidwood Hse, Gr Flr, Tom Mboya St
P.O.Box: 70841 00400 Tom Mboya St
(+254) 0722 706959
ABC Pharmacy Ltd ABC Place, Waiyaki Way
P.O.Box: 10267 00100 Nairobi GPO

Pink Pharmaceutical Ltd Mtongwe Rd
P.O.Box: 47056 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0708 612223
Faw Pharmacy Njemwa Hse, Gr Flr, Wood Ave
P.O.Box: 22522 00400 Tom Mboya St
(+254) 0771 263984
Le Grande Speciality Pharmacy 5th Avenue Office Suites, 3rd Flr, Suite 2, 5th Ngong Ave
P.O.Box: 25358 00100 Nairobi GPO

Donholm Pharmaceuticals Ltd Donholm Shopping Centre, Off Outering Rd
P.O.Box: 14619 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0722 262528
Dischem Pharmacie Victoria Hse, Gr Flr, Tom Mboya St
P.O.Box: 29019 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0736 786148
Medchum Pharmaceuticals Ltd Stima Plaza, Mezz Flr, Kolobot Rd
P.O.Box: 68121 00200 City Square
(+254) 0713 784803
Tuco Chemist Hawaki Plaza, Gr Flr, Shop 25, Digo Rd
P.O.Box: 103454 00101 Jamia

Alpha Herbal Nutritional Clinic Gill Hse, 2nd Flr, Rm 15, Tom Mboya St
P.O.Box: 8963 00300 Ronald Ngala
(+254) 0722 469456
Masten Pharmaceuticals Ltd Near Coast Bus Offices, Duruma Rd
P.O.Box: 59319 00200 City Square
(+254) 0721 224871
Life Belt Pharmacy Tawakal Palace Hotel
P.O.Box: 78370
(+254) 0724 218871
Pentapham Ltd K. T. D. A. Farmers Bldg, Tom Mboya St
P.O.Box: 42445 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0787 245097
Jeddah Pharmaceuticals Ltd Al Hiddaya, Basement Flr, Rm 37
P.O.Box: 50249 00300 Ronald Ngala
(+254) 0725 529518
Ruth Pharm Ltd K. M. A. Centre, Gr Flr, Mara Rd
P.O.Box: 28276 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0719 765600
Ace Pharmaceuticals Ltd Kenya Re Towers, Gr Flr, Ragati Cls
P.O.Box: 19900 00202 Kenyatta N. Hospital
(+254) 0726 833638
Ava Pharmacy The Hub Karen, opposite Carrefour Supermarket
P.O.Box: 2108 00502 Nairobi
(+254) 715 737 330, (+254) 733 737 330
Phoenix Pharmacy Ltd Epren Centre, Gr Flr, Mumias South Rd
P.O.Box: 4142 00506 Nyayo Stadium

Ecodrugs Pharmacy Off Outering Rd
P.O.Box: 100531 00101 Jamia
(+254) 0737 870513
Maxim Pharmaceuticals Ltd Viewpark Towers, 5th Flr, Utalii Ln off Uhuru Hwy
P.O.Box: 20995 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0722 775526
Concepts (Africa) Ltd Alpha Centre, Unit 58, Mombasa Rd
P.O.Box: 8970 00200 City Square
(+254) 0727 624255
Porters Pharmacy - Harambee Estate Off Rabai Rd
P.O.Box: 2249 00202 Kenyatta N. Hospital
(+254) 0725 346470
Happy Justin Pharmacy next to Tumaini Supe, Shukrani Hse, Gr Flr
P.O.Box: 27712 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0721 522882, (+254) 0737 522882
Malibu Pharmacy Agriculture Hse, Gr Flr, Moi Ave
P.O.Box: 69652 00400 Tom Mboya St

Sage Pharmacy Kirkwood Hse, Gr Flr, Kenyatta Mkt Off Mbagathi Way
P.O.Box: 54373 00200 City Square
(+254) 0721 233515
Elegance Beauty Salon Fairlane Bldg, 2nd Flr, Rm 5, Mtongwe Rd Next To Golf Course Commercial Centre
P.O.Box: 51265 00200 City Square
(+254) 0722 699400
Kam (h) Health Clinic Gill Hse, 2nd Flr, Tom Mboya St
P.O.Box: 44449 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0722 737528
Juna Pharmaceutical Ltd Agoi Rd
P.O.Box: 26110 00514 Valley Arcade
(+254) 0722 825966
Zanaki Pharmacy Ltd Kayole Esate Off Spine Rd
P.O.Box: 52168 00200 City Square
(+254) 0725 851188
Rafiki Pharmacy Rafiki, Gr Flr
P.O.Box: 28902 00200 City Square
(+254) 0703 041221
Zuripharma Ltd KEMU Towers, 16th Flr, University Way
P.O.Box: 263 00511 Ongata Rongai
(+254) 0727 029775, (+254) 0731 173611
Hikmas Pharmacy Ltd Maashallah Bldg, 5th Ave off 2nd Eastleigh Ave
P.O.Box: 6798 00610 Eastleigh
(+254) 0724 095958
FAW Pharmaceuticals Ltd Njemwa Hse, Gr Flr, Wood Ave off Argwings Kodhek Rd
P.O.Box: 22522 00400 Tom Mboya St
(+254) 0716 104510
Wade Pharmacy
(+254) 0725 346471
Rupa Pharmacy Kombo Munyiri Rd
P.O.Box: 381 00510 Makongeni
(+254) 0721 679323
Neptunus Yala Tws, 8th Flr, Biashara St (+254) 0712 097688
Wellmed Pharmaceuticals Ltd Kilimambogo Hse, Gr Flr, Mfangano St
P.O.Box: 60063 00200 City Square
(+254) 0722 765933
Green Pharmacy 8th St Eastleigh Section II
P.O.Box: 924 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0722 731940
Pharmatrade Pharmacy Ltd Uchumi Hse next to Uchumi Supermarket, Gr Flr, Aga Khan Wlk
P.O.Box: 10976 00400 Tom Mboya St
(+254) 0721 702965
S E N Fedha Estate
P.O.Box: 10268 00300 Ronald Ngala
(+254) 0720 721781
Tower Chemists BuruBuru Shopping Centre, Gr Flr, Mumias South Rd
P.O.Box: 59331 00200 City Square

Pharmatis Laboratories Ltd Vision Plaza, 1st Flr, Mombasa Rd
P.O.Box: 19750 00202 Kenyatta N. Hospital
(+254) 0739 828822, (+254) 0739 828822
Inkamed Pharmaceuticals Uchumi Hse, Aga Khan Wlk
P.O.Box: 60113 00200 City Square
(+254) 0772 512319
Radiant Pharmaceuticals Vision Plaza, 3rd Flr, Mombasa Rd
P.O.Box: 18947 00100 Nairobi GPO

Applegene Pharmacy Tana Hse Karen Shopping Centre, Gr Flr, Lang'ata Rd /Ngong Rd
P.O.Box: 414 00502 Karen

PSM Pharmaceuticals Ltd Nabui Hse, 1st Flr, Woodvale Grv
P.O.Box: 1422 00606 Sarit Centre
(+254) 0735 999383, (+254) 0735 999383
Elpochem Ltd Gigiri Shopping Centre, Limuru Rd
P.O.Box: 14167 00800 Westlands

Northern Pharmacy Sheikh Karume Rd
P.O.Box: 50179 00200 City Square
(+254) 0716 217217, (+254) 0733 495440
Superdrug Pharmacy Accra Trade Centre, Gr Flr, Accra Rd (+254) 0724 843300
Githurai Medical & Pharmaceuticals Supplies Ltd Githurai Shopping Centre, Off Thika Rd
P.O.Box: 64003 00619 Muthaiga
(+254) 0726 850701
Medimart Healthcare Ltd The Green Hse, Gr Flr, Ngong Rd
P.O.Box: 42718 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0703 392888
Medimart Healthcare Ltd - Head Office Thika Rd Mall, Gr Flr, Thika Super Hwy
P.O.Box: 42718 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0725 873737, (+254) 0733 392888
Lifestyle Pharmacy Satellite Bldg, Dagoretti Rd
P.O.Box: 657 00605 Uthiru
(+254) 0715 919191
Dishchem Pharmacy Mkulima Hse, Kangundo Rd
P.O.Box: 10230 00400 Tom Mboya St
(+254) 0722 282085
Prime Health Pharmacy Ltd Waumini Hse, Gr Flr, Chiromo Rd
P.O.Box: 19506 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0722 145800
Sadiki Pharmacy Kayole 1 A2106 Off Spine Rd
P.O.Box: 66408 00800 Westlands
(+254) 0721 528807
Geel Pharmacy Katara Hse, Eastleigh 3rd St
P.O.Box: 16239 00100 Nairobi GPO

Rudra Pharmacy Ltd Pearl Apt, Gr Flr, Rm 2, Ngara Rd
P.O.Box: 48333 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0721 923656
Elma Pharma Ltd 2nd Eastleigh Ave
P.O.Box: 50506 00200 City Square
(+254) 0707 145554
Awale Pharmaceuticals Ltd 2nd Eastleigh Ave 5th St
P.O.Box: 18397 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0722 166655
Canaan Pharmaceuticals Petosam Hse Buruburu Phase 3, Gr Flr, Mumias South Rd
P.O.Box: 49410 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0735 131569, (+254) 0735 131569
Prime Pharmacy (K) Ltd Avenue Hse, Kenyatta Ave
P.O.Box: 38684 00100 Nairobi GPO

Lynx Pharmacy Ltd Ngong/Karen Rd
P.O.Box: 19819 00202 Kenyatta N. Hospital

Blue Bell Pharmacy Ltd Njema Court, Rhapta Rd
P.O.Box: 66606 00800 Westlands
(+254) 0721 973314
Raj Pharmacy next to Nairobi Hospital, Argwings Kodhek Rd
P.O.Box: 46885 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0733 812664, (+254) 0733 812664
Yogi Chemist Ltd Nabro Tws, Gr Flr, Ngara Rd
P.O.Box: 11096 00400 Tom Mboya St
(+254) 0751 374345
Infinite Care Pharmacy Mugumo Centre, Gigiri Ave Off Limuru Rd
P.O.Box: 2473 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0722 477701, (+254) 0733 978629
Newmark Pharmaceuricals Norwich Union Hse, Gr Flr, Kimathi St
P.O.Box: 53960 00200 City Square
(+254) 0772 767219
Med World Valley Arcade, Gr Flr, Shop No. 4, Gitanga Rd
P.O.Box: 39105 00623 Parklands
(+254) 0706 757192
Unisel Pharma (K) Ltd Maksons Plaza, 1st Flr, Parklands Rd
P.O.Box: 39356 00623 Parklands

Kays Chemist National Hse, Gr Flr, Market St
P.O.Box: 260 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0710 618502
Biotech Pharma Ltd Riverside Mews, Riverside Drv
P.O.Box: 616 00606 Sarit Centre
(+254) 0720 403808
Adcock Ingram East Africa Ltd Surgilink Bldg, Mombasa Rd
P.O.Box: 101674 00101 Jamia
(+254) 0731 660010, (+254) 0731 660010
Tritech Cyber Ltd Suraj Plaza, 2nd Flr, Rm S16, Ngara Rd
P.O.Box: 6358 00200 City Square
(+254) 0712 624633
Star Chemist Waiyaki Way (+254) 0723 456047
Maendeleo Medicare Pharmacy Maendeleo Hse, Gr Flr, Monrovia St
P.O.Box: 54127 00200 City Square

Tropical Pharmaceuticals Mumias South Rd (+254) 0725 173522
Jojemi Chemicals Weithaga House opp Salvation Army, Gr Flr, Ukwala Rd
P.O.Box: 953 00600 Ngara Rd
(+254) 0710 636403
Togdeer Pharmaceutical Ltd
(+254) 0721 260876
Sky Pharmacy Ltd - Head Office Cargen Hse, 1st Flr, Harambee Ave
P.O.Box: 45563 00100 Nairobi GPO

Kahegi Pharmaceuticals Ltd Huruma Est, Huruma/Mathare Rd
P.O.Box: 52123 00200 City Square

Montel Pharmacy Travel Hse, Gr Flr, Mama Ngina St
P.O.Box: 72739 00100 Nairobi GPO

A A A Pharmaceuticals Ltd Woodvale Place, Woodvale Grv
P.O.Box: 1394 00606 Sarit Centre
(+254) 0721 603660
Chemmatt Pharmacy Nakumatt Nyali, Gr Flr, Malindi Rd
P.O.Box: 88439 80100 Mombasa

Medox Pharmaceuticals Ltd Medox House, Muthithi Rd
P.O.Box: 52771 00200 City Square
(+254) 0722 206261
City Square Pharmacy Ltd Jeevan Bharati Hse, Gr Flr, Harambee Ave
P.O.Box: 55082 00200 City Square

Damco Pharmacier Ltd Cianda Hse, Gr Flr, Koinange St
P.O.Box: 27718 00506 Nyayo Stadium

Neem Pharmacy Oil Libya Ngong Rd, Ngong Rd
P.O.Box: 66224 00800 Westlands
(+254) 0738 423395, v
Pamstech Pharmaceutical Ltd Pamstech Hse, Woodvale Grv
P.O.Box: 38805 00100 Nairobi GPO

Dannes Pharmacy next to Total Petrol Station, Airport North Rd
P.O.Box: 774 00501 Embakasi
(+254) 0712 131887
Abacus Pharma (Africa) Ltd Apricot Suites No.402, 4th Parklands Ave
P.O.Box: 66829 00800 Westlands
(+254) 0736 108036, (+254) 0736 108036
Global Net-Medical Ltd Gr Flr, United Nations Ave
P.O.Box: 14167 00800 Westlands
(+254) 0721 411037
Kent Pharmaceuticals Ltd Gulf Energy Petrol Station, Jogoo Rd
P.O.Box: 493 00202 Kenyatta N. Hospital

Fedha Pharmacy (2002) Ltd Fedha Tws, Muindi Mbingu St
P.O.Box: 19850 00100 Nairobi GPO

Nickpharm Ltd Emmaccra Hotel Bldg, Accra Rd
P.O.Box: 12404 00100 Nairobi GPO

Pentapharm Ltd - Tom Mboya KTDA Farmers Bldg, Gr Flr, Tom Mboya St
P.O.Box: 42445 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0734 797201, (+254) 0734 797201
Pentapharm Ltd - Muthaiga Oilibya Plaza, Gr Flr, Muthaiga Rd
P.O.Box: 42445 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0736 786154, (+254) 0736 786154
Pentapharm Ltd 5th Avenue Office Suites opp Traffic Police HQ, Gr Flr, 5th Ngong Rd
P.O.Box: 42445 00100 Nairobi GPO

Pentapharm Ltd - Corner House Corner Hse, Gr Flr, Mama Ngina St
P.O.Box: 42445 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0718 772352
Pentapharm Ltd - Ngong Rd 5th Avenue Office Suites opp Traffic Police HQ, Gr Flr, 5th Ngong Ave
P.O.Box: 42445 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0736 786152, (+254) 0736 786152
Rockfields Pharmacy Koma Rock
P.O.Box: 2119 00202 Kenyatta N. Hospital

Oakley's Pharmacy Ltd Krishna Plaza, Gr Flr, 3rd Parklands Ave
P.O.Box: 38565 00623 Parklands
(+254) 0770 270222
Edwan Pharmacy Ltd - Buru Buru Visions Place, Mumias South Rd
P.O.Box: 20984 00202 Kenyatta N. Hospital

Edwan Pharmacy Ltd - Cotts Hse Cotts Hse, City Hall Way
P.O.Box: 20984 00202 Kenyatta N. Hospital

La Bonvie Pharmacie Ltd Utalii Hse, Behind Laico Regency, Gr Flr, Utalii Hwy
P.O.Box: 12378 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0736 293638, (+254) 0736 293638
Salama Pharmaceuticals Limited Raiciri Bldg, Accra Rd
P.O.Box: 51665 00200 City Square
(+254) 0751 123594
Salama Pharmaceuticals Limited - Head office Raiciri Hse, Accra Rd
P.O.Box: 51665 00200 City Square

Pharma Vision Ltd Maksons Plaza, 3rd Flr, Parklands Rd
P.O.Box: 611 00606 Sarit Centre
(+254) 0722 292464
BelEa Pharmacy Ltd Ink Key Mini Mall opp Nyakio Hse, River Rd
P.O.Box: 6397 00200 City Square
(+254) 0721 700098, (+254) 0734 748105
Veteran Pharmaceuticals Ltd 2nd Eastleigh Ave
P.O.Box: 63575 00619 Muthaiga
(+254) 0722 753016, (+254) 0733 333663
Flame Tree Pharmacy Ltd The Mall, Gr Flr, Chiromo Rd
P.O.Box: 38287 00623 Parklands
(+254) 0713 211039
Goldmed Pharmacy Ltd The Bazaar, Gr Flr, Biashara St
P.O.Box: 55294 00200 City Square
(+254) 0725 215234
Belladonna Pharmacy Ltd - Hotline Village Market, Limuru Rd
P.O.Box: 602 00621 Village Market
(+254) 0738 996104
Belladonna Pharmacy Ltd Village Market, Limuru Rd
P.O.Box: 602 00621 Village Market
(+254) 0735 122147
Caxma Pharmaceuticals Ltd - South B Shopping Centre Mchumbi Rd
P.O.Box: 67138 00200 City Square

Dan Pharmacie Ltd Westlands Square opp The Mall, Gr Flr, Ring Rd
P.O.Box: 60526 00200 City Square
(+254) 0722 770945
Mimosa Pharmacy Ltd - Karen Crossroad Karen Crossroad Mall, Gr Flr, Lang'ata Rd /Ngong Rd Junction
P.O.Box: 1852 00621 Village Market
(+254) 0727 305713
Mimosa Pharmacy Ltd - Junction The Junction Mall, Gr Flr, Ngong Rd
P.O.Box: 1852 00621 Village Market
(+254) 0724 840970
Mimosa Pharmacy Ltd - Junction - Annex The Junction Mall, Gr Flr, Ngong Rd
P.O.Box: 1852 00621 Village Market
(+254) 0705 235295
Mimosa Pharmacy Ltd - Head Office Empress Office Suites, 2nd Flr, Ring Rd
P.O.Box: 1852 00621 Village Market
(+254) 0703 703777, (+254) 0735 703777
Mimosa Pharmacy Ltd West Gate Shopping Mall, Gr Flr, Mwanzi Rd
P.O.Box: 1852 00621 Village Market

Mimosa Pharmacy Ltd - Ridgeways Ridgeways Mall, Gr Flr, Kiambu Rd
P.O.Box: 52078 00200 City Square
(+254) 0712 041172
Ridge Pharmaceuticals Jambo Plaza, Argwings Kodhek Rd
P.O.Box: 20853 00202 Kenyatta N. Hospital
(+254) 0733 868666
Nature Chemist (K) Ltd Buru Buru Arcade Shop 2, Gr Flr, Mumias South Rd
P.O.Box: 12236 00100 Nairobi GPO

Virdi Pharmacy Ltd Kasuku Centre, Migori Rd
P.O.Box: 10768 00100 Nairobi GPO

Mumbi House Pharmaceuticals Ltd Hotel Accra & Lodge, Accra Rd
P.O.Box: 27702 00506 Nyayo Stadium
(+254) 0722 207552, (+254) 0735 983482
Solai Medical Supplies Ltd Langata Shopping Mall off Lang'ata Rd
P.O.Box: 19445 00202 Kenyatta N. Hospital

Dapco Pharmaceuticals Ambassadeur Hotel, Gr Flr, Moi Ave
P.O.Box: 596 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0721 511916
Danchem Pharmacy Ltd Muoni Hse Near Coast Bus Booking Office, Gr Flr, Duruma Rd
P.O.Box: 68155 00100 Nairobi GPO

Kavakava Pharmacy New Kagondo Bldg, Gr Flr, Sheikh Karume Rd
P.O.Box: 25649 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0722 257281, (+254) 0733 868043
Rosegate Pharmacy Hurlingham Plaza, Argwings Kodhek Rd
P.O.Box: 4920 00200 City Square
(+254) 0724 295425
Jacaranda (Karen) Chemists Kimathi Hse, Gr Flr, Kimathi St
P.O.Box: 40468 00100 Nairobi GPO

Lens Pharmacy Ltd Mfangano St
P.O.Box: 6130 00100 Nairobi GPO

Pharmart Chemists Ltd - Mega Nakumatt Mega Bldg, Uhuru Hwy
P.O.Box: 1022 00606 Sarit Centre

Pharmart Chemists Ltd - Nakumatt Lifestyle Hazina Trade Centre, Gr Flr, Monrovia St
P.O.Box: 1022 00606 Sarit Centre
(+254) 0719 705753
Pharmart Chemists Ltd - ABC ABC Place, Gr Flr, Waiyaki Way
P.O.Box: 1022 00606 Sarit Centre
(+254) 0706 595840, (+254) 0733 899129
Pharmart Chemists Ltd Tuskys Imara, Tom Mboya St
P.O.Box: 1022 00606 Sarit Centre
(+254) 0726 866196, (+254) 0731 095211
Pharmart Chemists Ltd - Galleria Galleria Mall near Bomas of Kenya, Gr Flr, Lang''ata Rd Off Magadi Rd
P.O.Box: 10267 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0738 065685
Green County Pharmacy Ltd Fairlane Hse next to Golf Course, 3rd Flr, Mtongwe Rd
P.O.Box: 14613 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0775 471107
Vidonge Pharmaceuticals Ltd Hotel Accra & lodge, Gr Flr, Accra Rd
P.O.Box: 9584 00300 Ronald Ngala
(+254) 0722 504133
Corner Pharmacy Ltd Corner Plaza, Gr Flr, Parklands Rd
P.O.Box: 3328 00506 Nyayo Stadium
(+254) 0721 868932, (+254) 0733 937291
Brimar Chemist Mombasa Rd (+254) 0727 652672
Theluji Pharmacy Ltd Gill House, Gr Flr, Tom Mboya St
P.O.Box: 6397 00200 City Square
(+254) 0718 181462
New Lemuma Pharmacy Co. Ltd KTDA Farmers Bldg, Gr Flr, Tom Mboya St
P.O.Box: 16605 00602 Kabete
(+254) 0713 755274, (+254) 0737 843338
Westlands Medical Stores Ltd Oilcom Petrol Station, Gr Flr, Chiromo Rd
P.O.Box: 67542 00200 City Square
(+254) 0733 763903
Southlands Pharmaceuticals Ltd Jubilee Insurance Hse, Gr Flr, Mama Ngina St
P.O.Box: 27685 00506 Nyayo Stadium
(+254) 0722 962997
Infusion Medical Centre Banadir Hse, Gr Flr, Meru Rd (+254) 0729 639999
Ridge Pharmacy Highridge Shopping Centre, 3rd Parklands Ave (+254) 0720 924525
Jawamed Pharmaceuticals Afya Centre, Mezz 2 Flr, Tom Mboya St
P.O.Box: 26679 00100 Nairobi GPO
(+254) 0722 441265, (+254) 0733 869547
Zenamed Pharmaceuticals Ltd Ruare House Rware Hse, Mfangano St
P.O.Box: 2349 00202 Kenyatta N. Hospital
(+254) 0724 271816
Westons Pharmacy Ltd Caxton Hse, Gr Flr, Koinange St
P.O.Box: 1043 00606 Sarit Centre
(+254) 0775 811746
Walgreen Pharmacy Karen Park opp St. Christopher''s Sec School, Ngong Rd
P.O.Box: 78158 00200 City Square
(+254) 0724 435055
Bibi Pharmaceuticals (k) Ltd Lunga Lunga Rd
P.O.Box: 78193 00507 Viwandani
(+254) 0726 440800, (+254) 0734 512236
Alfajiri Pharmaceuticals Limited Hotel Accra & lodge, Gr Flr, Accra Rd
P.O.Box: 9584 00300 Ronald Ngala
(+254) 0738 592999
Racmes Pharmacy Ltd Racmes Hse, Gr Flr, 2nd Ave 7th St
P.O.Box: 72126 00100 Nairobi GPO