Investing in ICT Key to Kenya’s Industrial Revolution

Investing in ICT Key to Kenya’s Industrial Revolution
President Uhuru Kenyatta has said that entrenching ICT in Kenya’s education system was the most rational way of preparing the country for the fourth industrial revolution. He added that the digital learning programme, a flagship project of the government, was a key pillar of the reforms towards ... Continue reading →

High Cost of Healthcare Pushing Kenyans to Poverty

High Cost of Healthcare Pushing Kenyans to Poverty
Health Cabinet Secretary, Cecily Kariuki has said, prohibitive cost of accessing quality health care services in the country has driven about one million Kenyans to live below the poverty line annually, with many more left on the brink of financial ruin. The Cabinet Secretary further said, “The ... Continue reading →

JICA to Continue Supporting JKUAT Research Activities

JICA to Continue Supporting JKUAT Research Activities
The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) will extend additional support to Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) in order to strengthen its research and innovation capacity. Speaking during a courtesy call to the University’s Vice Chancellor, the new JICA Chief ... Continue reading →