Building Housing for Better Futures by EisenhowerFellowships published on 2016-11-10T16:09:09Z There is a specific need for good and affordable housing in Kenya, especially for young adults. “Over 65 percent of the population is under the age of 30. Housing for students is completely undersupplied and it starts when high school is over and university begins. The total number of student beds in the public universities is something less than 5,000, yet the total number of students they have is north of 100,000,-” said Okomboli Ong’ong’a (Kenya ’16) during an interview with Knowledge @ Wharton Radio. Ong’ong’a is utlizing fellowship to lay the groundwork for a rental-housing fund and is specifically focused on understanding successful property management techniques, reducing resource intensity, and promoting pro-social behavior. Okomboli Ong’ong’a (Kenya ’16) oversees investment and construction activities in East Africa for the Pan African Housing Fund. He is a 2016 Eisenhower Fellow, a global network committed to creating a world more peaceful, prosperous and just.