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Ndara B Chairman Reviews Kshs 128 Billion Diaspora University Town 5 Year Development Budget

Ndara B Community Chairman, Benjamin Mwandaa, who is also a Diaspora University Trustee reviewed the Diaspora University Town – Master Development Plan 5 year development budget (2019 – 2023) of Kshs 128 billion. The Chairman said, “I’m happy we have this document, and the work down so far. I can’t wait to have this budget achieved so 20,000 young men and women can get jobs and live better.”
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Diaspora to Kenya Relocation Plan

A project started by Diaspora Kenyans over 10 years ago is on track to relocate 2,000 Diaspora Kenyans from Diaspora to Kenya in next 5 years. The project plan is to create 20,000 new jobs with 10% or 2,000 jobs taken by Diaspora. The project is currently progressing through the NEMA - Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA). The Diaspora Kenyans both in the U.S and in Kenya developing the project are excited that they are part of creating a project that gives jobs to Kenyans and has a Diaspora to Kenya relocation plan. ...
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DUT Diaspora Relocation Plan

Are you living in the Diaspora? Do you want to get back to Kenya?   If your answer is Yes: Diaspora University Town (DUT) offers persons...
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Diaspora Building Kenya Work to Make 2019 A Jobs Creation Year

Diaspora Kenyans who appreciate the effort of those who created jobs for them continue to commit time and resources to create jobs in Kenya. They reviewed the progress they have made through the Diaspora University Town. Speaking during the year end conference meeting, Prof. Philliph Mutisya, Dr, Wilson Endege, Dr. Mark Kabue, Bishop Donald Mwawasi, Dr, Phillip Mwalali, RN Mary Kinyanjui and others all said the success achieved in 2018 was great. They encouraged and committed to each other to continue progressing the Diaspora University Town project. ...
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Voi Workshop Kicks Off Diaspora University Town 500 Million Pieces Material Supply Plan

A workshop held at Diaspora University Town development offices in Voi kicked off the Diaspora University Town 500 million pieces material supply plan. The plan will lead to production and supply of materials to be applied in the building of 120 kilometers road network and about 2 million square meters of built space. Ndara B Community Chairman and Diaspora University Trustee, Benjamin Mwandaa, opened the workshop. ...
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Jobs Creation in Kenya by Diaspora

The “Diaspora University Town Jobs Creation Project,” continues to be welcome by Kenyans. Kenyans continue to thank Diaspora for the initiative of Jobs Creation through Diaspora University Town development. Remembering the millions raised to send persons abroad, Kenyans say that whereas they like the remittances that have helped Kenya; the Jobs Creation will benefit Kenyans even more. They thank the Diaspora who are remitting Jobs to Kenya. ...
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Ndara B Community Progress Founding of Diaspora University Town

Ndara B Community who joined Diaspora Kenyans and became founders of the Diaspora University Town through their land held under Kenya Constitution 63 (2) Community land consists of— (b) land lawfully transferred to a specific community by any process of law. The Community who allocated their land continue to do their founding role as they progress the project forward in Taita Taveta....
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KUP - Diaspora University Founding Professors at KESSA Conference At Atlanta

Diaspora University Founding Scholars: Prof. Philliph Mutisya and Prof. Christopher Kimaru of North Carolina Central University, and Prof. Jerono Rotich of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University attended the 11th annual Kenya Scholars and Studies Association (KESSA) Conference in Atlanta, GA. Bishop Donald Mwawasi a founder member of the Diaspora University and Town project also attended as he welcomed the scholars to Atlanta city. ...
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Former PM Raila Odinga Meeting With Diaspora University Town Developers

Former Prime Minister, Hon. Raila Odinga, met with the Diaspora University Town developers Ernest Kamau, Rose Ndiritu and Christine Kamanda over dinner in Nairobi. The Diaspora team talked of the ongoing University Town project and the opportunities the project will create in Kenya. The former PM welcomed the project saying the Diaspora can play a big part in Kenya development. ...
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Visit to NEMA by Diaspora University Developers & SEA Expert

Diaspora University Town (DUT) developers and the Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) experts working on the DUT environment plan paid a visit to NEMA (National Environmental Management Agency). The team met the NEMA SEA Deputy Director of Compliance Zephania Ouma and head of SEA Oceanic Sakwa at the Agency. They discussed the ongoing SEA for the Diaspora University Town plan of developing a new town in 3,000 acres of land to become a 90,000 resident’s town with a university to grow to 30,000 students....
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