Home | KUP | Diaspora University First Buildings Designs

Diaspora University First Buildings Designs

Font size: Decrease font Enlarge font
Diaspora University Buildings Design Diaspora University Buildings Design

The first buildings that will have offices of scholars, lecture rooms, library, dining room, temporary hospital and other space preliminary designs are ongoing. Rose Ndiritu who spent close to 20 years at Diaspora is today working closely with architectural designers as the Design-Build team plans on the buildings to be used for university education. “Our goal is to have Diaspora who are part of the project who visit Kenya, this December, see the construction work progressing,” says Rose on behalf of the Design-Build team.

Diaspora scholars working on the university academic plan that will be implemented in these buildings are excited to contribute toward advancement of innovation and invention in Kenya. The Scholars look forward to welcoming young Kenyans to use these buildings as they exercise the rights in Kenya constitution article 33. (1) Every person has the right to freedom of expression, which includes— (a) freedom to seek, receive or impart information or ideas; (b) freedom of artistic creativity; and (c) academic freedom and freedom of scientific research.

With the right university academic plan, university buildings plan, town plan, hospital plan and other plans; Diaspora Kenyans will create opportunity for Kenyans to seek ideas and receive ideas from the Diaspora scholars and other scholars. Kenyans will also get the opportunity to use these buildings for scientific research. The Diaspora goal is to offer Kenyans the opportunity to exercise their right of knowledge.  

Diaspora are optimistic that once more and more Kenyans get this opportunity; more innovation and invention will occur in Kenya. The Diaspora working on the project other goal is to have the university play a role in the progression of Kenya Constitution article 43 rights as Kenya population grows and doubles to 90 million by 2050.  

Rights in Kenya constitution 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; (b) to accessible and adequate housing, and to reasonable standards of sanitation; (c) to be free from hunger, and to have adequate food of acceptable quality; (d) to clean and safe water in adequate quantities; (e) to social security; and (f) to education.

  • email Email to a friend
  • print Print version
  • Plain text Plain text
No tags for this article
Rate this article