KAM has established seven regional chapters at:
Approximately 80 per cent of KAM members are based in Nairobi while the rest are spread out in the regional chapters.
Regional chapters exist to develop and prioritise a local advocacy agenda, draw strategies and action plans to lobby for policy reform on the issues. They also mobilise members for training, information sharing and capacity building in areas of need, coordinate membership recruitment and retention efforts, review progress and report to the Board. Each Chapter operates with an elected committee led by a chairman.
KAM has established regional offices in Kisumu, Mombasa, Nakuru, Eldoret, Thika, Athi-River and Industrial Area in an effort to strengthen chapters. Chapter officers give technical support to chapter committees through coordination of chapter activities including meetings, visiting members and recruitment of new members.