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Water Pipes Worth Sh10 Million Are Provided For A Murang'a Irrigation Project

The Kiarutara/Mwago irrigation project in Gatanga Sub County, Murang'a, has received water pipes valued at Sh. 10 million from the national government through the Ministry of Water and Irrigation. In order to encourage irrigation farming, the pipes would make it easier to distribute water to 12 villages in the upper regions of Gatanga Sub County. Irrigation Principal Secretary Ephantus Kimotho praised the 2010-established project, claiming it had increased food security in.... Read more »

Posted on : Tuesday , 30th April 2024

Kenya: Government Prioritizes to Fast-Track Key Infrastructure Projects

The government is committed to accelerating the implementation of key infrastructure projects in counties with the help of the National Government Development-County Implementation, Coordination and Management Committees (NGD-CICMC). As stated by Kwale County Commissioner Stephen Orinde, the government strategies to wrap up megaprojects as swiftly as possible so that they can fully contribute to the economy at large. Orinde stated that the government will remain committed to.... Read more »

Posted on : Tuesday , 30th April 2024

Three-Year EV Adoption Plan in Kenya Involves an Investment of USD 1.9 Million

The nation's energy distributor, Kenya Power, announced that it will invest a total of 1.93 million US dollars over the next three years to promote the use of electric vehicles (EVs) in Kenya. According to Kenya Power Managing Director Joseph Siror, the investment pays for the development of charging stations at various locations throughout the nation as well as the expense of buying electric vehicles and motorcycles to assist commercial operations. "We plan to use our EV.... Read more »

Posted on : Monday , 29th April 2024

Officials from Uganda and Tanzania Discuss Energy and Mining Cooperation

To discuss bilateral cooperation in the energy, mining, oil, and gas sectors, a delegation from the ministry of energy is in Tanzania. The delegation was led by energy minister Ruth Nankabirwa, He stated That "We are in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and we met the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Energy, Dr. Doto Biteko to discuss the current state and prospects for bilateral co-operation in the energy, mining, oil, and gas sectors to strengthen ties between Tanzania and.... Read more »

Posted on : Monday , 29th April 2024

Ethiopia's Regional Renewable Energy Integration Hailed By IRENA

Ethiopia's Regional Renewable Energy Integration was commended by the Director General of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).   The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) Assembly convened its fourteenth session in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. The assembly was attended by the Ethiopian delegation, which was led by Omar Hussien, the ambassador to the United Arab Emirates, and Habtamu Etefa, the minister of water and energy.   The.... Read more »

Posted on : Thursday , 25th April 2024

Energy Ties between Ethiopia and Its Neighbours Take a Leading Role

ADDIS ABABA – The Ministry of Water and Energy (MoWE) stated that Ethiopia is taking the lead in forging energy connections with its neighbours and that electricity supplies to Sudan are still going strong. On the fringes of the World Future Energy Summit, taking place in Abu Dhabi from April 16–18, 2024, MoWE Minister Habtamu Itefa (PhD–Eng.) made the aforementioned statement. The Minister claims that while Ethiopia continues to supply electricity to Sudan despite the.... Read more »

Posted on : Thursday , 25th April 2024

Medexpo Kenya is back in Nairobi at Sarit Expo Center

 "The 24th MEDEXPO KENYA 2024" will be in Nairobi this month from the 17 - 19 April 2024 at the Sarit Expo Center in Nairobi. The premier trade exhibition will be inaugurated by Hon. Juma Mukhwana, the Principal Secretary, for the State Department of Industry, Ministry of Investments, Trade, and Industry at 11 AM East Africa Time. The opening ceremony will be attended by Ambassadors and High Commissioners from various countries along with decision makers and trade representatives.... Read more »

Posted on : Friday , 12th April 2024

60 Vaccination Coolers Distributed by Nyeri County Government

To improve vaccine storage, the Nyeri County government will provide 60 coolers to public health facilities and dispensaries for Sh30 million.  Eight sub-counties will receive the cold chain (regular immunisation) equipment, which is used to store vaccines, at a few chosen health facilities.  Governor Mutahi Kahiga declared during the flagging-off of the equipment at his office, "This marks a significant milestone in our commitment to ensuring the health and.... Read more »

Posted on : Wednesday , 10th April 2024

Kiambu County Government Sets up first solar street light project in Fort Jesus

The first solar street lighting project in Kiambu was put into service by the Kiambu County Government in Fort Jesus, Ruiru Sub-County. The integrated solar street lighting was introduced as part of the urban transformation strategy by Governor Kimani Wamatangi, Ms. Salome Muthoni, CECM of Lands, Housing, Physical Planning and Municipalities and local MCAs. Speaking to the Fort Jesus community, Wamatangi declared that 35 of the planned 115 solar street lights had.... Read more »

Posted on : Wednesday , 10th April 2024

Kenya Gets $215 Million to Strengthen Institutional Capacity and Primary Healthcare Services.

Kenyans will gain from increased institutional capacity to provide essential health services as well as improvements in the standard and uptake of primary healthcare services. Important beneficiaries include refugees and host communities in Garissa and Turkana, as well as women and children from low-income families who mostly depend on primary healthcare services.In order to help Kenya get closer to universal health coverage (UHC), major institutions will be strengthened under the.... Read more »

Posted on : Monday , 8th April 2024

Kenya Gets $215 Million to Strengthen Institutional Capacity and Primary Healthcare Services.

Kenyans will gain from increased institutional capacity to provide essential health services as well as improvements in the standard and uptake of primary healthcare services. Important beneficiaries include refugees and host communities in Garissa and Turkana, as well as women and children from low-income families who mostly depend on primary healthcare services.In order to help Kenya get closer to universal health coverage (UHC), major institutions will be strengthened under the.... Read more »

Posted on : Monday , 8th April 2024

Japanese strong eyes Kenyan market for used car parts

With the launch of its sale for used auto accessories and spare parts, Japanese trading company Kaiho Industry Co. Limited has its sights set on both retail and wholesale customers. As the company saw Kenya as the entry point to the larger East African used parts market, it held its first auction day in Nairobi, drawing local suppliers and dealers of automotive parts. "Bringing spare parts to Kenya is our dream," Many of our clients travel to Japan in search of spare parts..... Read more »

Posted on : Friday , 5th April 2024



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