Lack of water, teachers, classrooms and security are the major challenges facing residents of Kitui County. The Commission visited Kitui County as part of the development of the Third Policy Identifying Marginalised Areas. Kitui County has 26 sub-locations identified as marginalized in the Second Policy, while 25 additional areas have been proposed for the Third Policy.

In this video, residents of the three sub-locations visited by the Commission: Uiini in Kitui South as well as Ikime and Mandongoi in Mwingi North sub-county, express their views on the challenges they are facing and propose solutions to these impediments.

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