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Dr. Endege Visits University Town Land
Dr. Wilson Endege made a visit to the land being surveyed for allocation to the development of the Diaspora University Town. Showing him the land was Benjamin Mwandaa, the Chairman of the community that allocated the land, Pastor Pagiel Mushila who has a church in the community, Rtd Colonel Anthony Nyagala who will receive the land and secure the land on behalf of the project and Rose Ndiritu who is part of the design-build.
Dr. Endege is currently also working on the biotechnology plan that will produce 23 medicines and vaccines. He says he likes the land and the diverse plants, insects, wildlife and other species. He says there is vast opportunity for research as the biotechnology company, the university biotechnology department and university medical hospital.”
As a Research Scientist in the Biotechnology sector who has worked at Harvard University Medical School. In his professional career he has achieved 5 patents in the field of cancer treatment and is currently working on his sixth patent.
Kenya Constitution, Right 43. (1) Every person has the right— (a) to the highest attainable standard of health, which includes the right to health care services, including reproductive health care. Dr. Endege says that this land will play a big role in the advancement of this right as more research and products emerge.
The Global Biologics Medicine and Vaccine production and consumption is a $300 billion economy. The 100 countries in the World with a life expectancy of over 75 years are estimated to produce and consume 80% of this $300 billion economy.
Kenya and Africa countries, with a lower than 75 years life expectancy, do not have a fully developed Medicine and Vaccine economy. This plus the fact that the world population is projected to increase from current 7.5 billion persons to 10 billion persons, will lead to the Medicine and Vaccine economy doubling to $600 billion.
Dr. Endege sees this as an opportunity to establish what can become a $10 billion Medicine and Vaccine production for Africa market. He is happy Diaspora in have embraced KUP system of investment in jobs creation and property development.