|Title||The state of household food security in Nairobi, Kenya|
|Publisher||Hungry Cities Partnership|
This report presents the results of a city-wide household food security survey conducted by the Hungry Cities Partnership and the University of Nairobi in July 2015. The survey was administered to a total of 1,434 households in randomly selected administrative sub-locations spread across all administrative districts and divisions of Nairobi City County. The first part of the report provides a demographic and economic profile of the sampled households. Nuclear family households were the most common household structure (at 55%), followed by male-centred (20%) and female-centred households (17%). The dominant income source was formal wage work, although only 46% received income in this form. Other major sources of income were informal wage work (20%), formal businesses (19%), formal and casual wage work (13%), and informal selling
of goods (11%). Only a few households (less than 2%) receive income from grants, loans, gifts and cash remittances.
|»||Kenya - Hungry Cities Partnership Survey 2016-2019, Nairobi|