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Elias of Boston Plans to Supply Timber & Wood Products to Diaspora University Town Project

In the slopes of Mount Kenya, Elias Wamai of Boston, U.S. and Karatina, Nyeri is today running an Industry of timber production. He has over the years planted several plantations of trees that are at different growing stages. He purchased timber production machines and machines for other wood products production. He is today planning to be a supplier of the Diaspora University Town project. He plans to supply timber and other wood products.
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Diaspora University Town on Nairobi – Mombasa Express Highway

When the University Town was conceptualized the goal was to have the project close to a major road. Today the Diaspora University Town is positioned to be serviced by the Standard Railway Gauge (SGR) that is about 10 miles from Town site. Voi airport that is about 12 miles from Town site. And the dual or triple lane carriage, Nairobi – Mombasa highway, whose interchange will be less than 5 miles from the Diaspora University Town. ...
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Diaspora University Town Property Developer System to be Open in Kenya March

At the law firm of OmusoloMungai Advocates, the Diaspora University Town development team reviewed the project as they planned to open the project property developer system in Kenya. Present were: Advocate Gregory Omusolo, Advocate Elissa Otemba, Ernest Mungai of Concept Construction (Co) Ltd, Rose Ndiritu the THIDA Capital System developer, Dr. Mark Kabue one of the University founders and a Medical Hospital plan developer and Dan Kamau the Project Plan developer at Taita Taveta site. ...
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Kshs 197 Billion Remittances 2017 & Diaspora University Town Finance

Reports from Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) published show Diaspora remitted Kshs 197 billion about $1.95 billion dollars in the year 2017. Most of this amount came from the Diaspora in North America, U.S and Canada, who sent Kshs Sh100 billion ($1 billion) about 51% of the remittances. ...
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Printed Jamhuri Magazine to Introduce Diaspora University Town in Kenya

A printed Jamhuri Magazine will introduce the Kenya University Project in Kenya. The magazine will cover the project based on where it is today. The magazine will have various articles written by Diaspora and Kenyans who have become part of the project and are advancing the project. ...
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Diaspora University Town Gets More Professionals Involved

Diaspora University Town work continued to progress at site as Surveyor Mathias Mjomba worked on the Survey report a requirement in the Environmental report. The surveyor who is well conversant with the land and the surrounding area welcomed the project. As a specialist in survey, topographical studies and physical planning; Mjomba sees this as an opportunity to be part of the development of a Town. ...
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150 Million Hours to Develop 5 Year Diaspora University Town Plan

About 150 million hours of time resource will be used to development the 5 Year Diaspora University Town plan for production of: a University, Town, Town Houses, Roads, Industries, Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and other productions. 100 million hours, through 20,000 jobs created, will be put in the Diaspora University Town site. The other 50 million hours will be at different parts of Kenya where material production and supply to site will occur. ...
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Waste to Energy Pyrolator System

A town settlement quality of life cannot be complete without a waste management system. As Diaspora University Town development plan in Taita Taveta progresses; a waste to energy application that turns waste to energy and gas is being considered. James Anderson, of Global Green Link Energy visited Taita Taveta, the site of Diaspora University Town and toured the County waste site as he explored the application of the Pyrolator System. ...
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Diaspora University Town Environment Impact Assessment

The Diaspora University Town Environment Impact Assessment surveys progressed in Taita Taveta as persons living close to the location the University Town will be built. Those participating in the questionnaire survey welcomed the project. They can’t wait to see it started. The main thing they cited as why they like the project and why it will have a positive impact is the creation of jobs for the maturing young adults....
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Hon. Rachel Dawai Gets Project Update at Her County Office in Wundanyi

In barely 90 days, Hon Rachel Dawai as a Member of County Assembly would be introduced to the Kenya University Project - Institution Town Development Plan, have it debated by the County Assembly Education Committee and passed and thereafter on May 2015 approved by the full County Assembly. She has since then become a Trustee of Diaspora University as she contributes to the progress of the development of the plan. ...
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