Government to re-establish planning offices in counties

The National Government is set to re-establish planning offices in counties to resume close monitoring of government projects after 10 years of closure due to change of governance brought by devolution. State Department of Planning PS Saitoti Torome said they have already got the green light from the relevant authorities after several years of consultation […]

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An academy launched to build capacity for mental health practioners

The Chiromo Mental Health Hospital  in partnership with key stakeholders in the healthcare sector has launched an Academy for Mental Health practice in a move that is aimed at capacity building for mental health practitioners. The Academy seeks to train and equip healthcare practitioners with knowledge, skills and attitude that will enable them be effective […]

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Ayacko wants counties to comply with budget controller

Counties should comply with the Controller of the Budget provisions to avoid delay in release of the funds. Migori County Senator, Ochilo Ayacko while speaking in Migori town on Sunday revealed that sections of counties including Migori have not complied with regulations of the National Controller of the budget. Ayacko said the current requirements of […]

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Nairobi to host African Diaspora Symposium in Early December

Kenya is set to host the first Africa Diaspora Symposium in Nairobi from December 8 to 10 this year, a forum that is envisioned to provide an opportunity for dialogue, reflection and planning for a post-pandemic Africa. A key area of discussion will be the deepening of the involvement of the 6th Region, African diaspora […]

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5th East Africa Investor Conference to focus on challenges hindering growth in investment

The  5th East Africa Investor Conference focusing on re-evaluating traditional investment approaches has identified some of the challenges causing low investment rates in the continent. Some of the challenges identified include high fertility rate, corruption, lack of enough electricity and small banking systems resulting to high interest rates. The  Renaissance Capital Kenya CEO, Stanley Kariuki  […]

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