This book provides a comprehensive analysis of Squatter problems in Kenya. It examines the magnitude and nature of problem of squatters in the study area. The book also analyses the major social and economic factors related to the squatter migration and settlement in the context of Uasin Gishu District and suggests ways and means of managing the situation. This book is recommended for policy makers and development agencies seeking to minimize squatter problems in Kenya. Students of Sociology of Urbanization and Urban planning and management will find the book very useful.