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Diaspora University Town Gets More Professionals Involved

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From Left: Naomi Masawi, Benjamin Mwandaa, Surveyor Mathias Mjomba & Dan Kamau From Left: Naomi Masawi, Benjamin Mwandaa, Surveyor Mathias Mjomba & Dan Kamau

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.

Benjamin Mwandaa, a trustee of the project who knows the land very well, assisted in the review the land. He showed the different trees and plants that are applied as medicine by the community. These trees and plants will enable progress research on the medicine and vaccines that is planned for the project by Dr. Wilson Endege of Boston.

Naomi Mawasi, a young entrepreneur of Voi, who is looking for new opportunities also visited the site. Her goal to see what she can do in the project. She welcomed the project and the opportunities it shall create. She also looks to join the university once the doors open. 

As planning progresses more and more professionals are getting involved. The 5-year development plan is expected to be implemented through 150 million hours of time as direct time input at site or indirect through materials.

Many of those considering the project are looking to work close to 10,000 hours in the project 5-year development plan. By end of March about 100 professionals in Voi region are expected to have become part of the project.     

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