The Kenya Alliance of Residents Associations (KARA) is the apex body representing the residents' associations in Kenya. KARA has members across the country and works through its members on policy advocacy and to inform, educate and promote awareness among the public on public service delivery issues.
Impact assessment/evaluation is done after a policy change to determine its impact or lack thereof. The report shows how the Business Advocacy Fund made a point of attempting to assess the impact made by KARA. KARA aims to work closely with the Nairobi City County Government's Department of Water, Energy, Forestry, Environment and Natural Resources to develop, approve and gazette Regulations for the recently enacted Nairobi City County Solid Waste Management Act, 2016. The project sought to ensure that proposed Regulations are developed with adequate stakeholder input. This will ensure ownership of the regulations by key stakeholders, thus increasing collaboration during the implementation.