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Taita Taveta Professionals & SME Owners Progress Diaspora University Town

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Dan Kamau (left) and Humphrey Mwamburi (Right) talk on NEMA report at Voi, Taita Taveta. Dan Kamau (left) and Humphrey Mwamburi (Right) talk on NEMA report at Voi, Taita Taveta.

As 2018 approaches Professionals and Small Medium Enterprise (SME) Owners are planning on what they shall do as the Diaspora University Town project progresses. Humphrey Mwamburi, a NEMA environmental specialist, is planning to do the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA). Charles Gicheha, who is building a warehouse in Voi, is working on a production-supply plan of materials. Joseph Mwandairo, a civil engineer, is creating the list of professionals as well as planning to be part of the roads construction team.

The Diaspora University Town - 5 Year development plan will demand about 100 million hours of productive time. The professionals and SME owners will supply the time and materials needed to produce the project.

Diaspora University Town Property Developer system will further incorporate the professionals and SMEs owners as Town House developers of the project. About 20% of the 100 million time-hours output, 20 million hours, that will be valued at different rates will be reinvested back in different save-invest plans. This will lead to the financing of the project by those who get opportunity to put their time into valuable use. 

Kenya biggest loss is the time that is every day lost for lack of work. Kenyans looking to work have embraced the project as a great opportunity to make income and invest. They also see their input into the project as a contribution toward the success of Kenya. 

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