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3,000 Expression of Interest for Jobs, Supplies & SMEs at Diaspora University Town

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Ndara B Chairman Benjamin Mwandaa reviews over 3,000 EOIs for Jobs, Supplies & SMEs with Naomi Masawi at Diaspora University Town development office. Ndara B Chairman Benjamin Mwandaa reviews over 3,000 EOIs for Jobs, Supplies & SMEs with Naomi Masawi at Diaspora University Town development office.

More than 3,000 persons and companies have filled Expression of Interest (EOI) for Jobs, Supplies and SMEs at Diaspora University Town. The Human resource expected to be applied in the 5 Year Development Plan is about 100 million hours as 20,000 jobs are created progressively in 5 years. The 100 million hours input that is budgeted at about Kshs 40 billion will be applied progressively in production. The amount will also enable 20,000 persons working achieve their Kenya Constitution 42 and 43 rights of: healthcare, housing, food, education, social security, clean water, and clean and healthy environment.

The Diaspora University Town – Master Development Plan (DUT-MDP) is a production system that would like to apply their human resource to production to be do so as they produce and consume products that achieve their constitutional rights and those of their children. 

Kenya is estimated to lose about 20 million production hours every day. This time is lost when persons remain unproductive due to lack of anything to do or a person is underproductive. A loss of 20 million hours a day in a year of 250 days production days, is a loss of 50 billion hours per year. At an average value of a dollar per hour or Kshs 100, this is a loss of $50 billion or Kshs 5 trillion every year.

The lost time (human resource) is reflected in the dust, poor sanitation, open sewer lines, unpaved roads, slums, lack of education, environmental pollution, deaths, lower life expectancy, low standards of healthcare and other human needs. Time lost leads to person failing to achieve the constitution rights of a clean and healthy environment as established in article 42 and social economic rights per Kenya Constitution 43: food, housing, clean water, education and social security.

The DUT-MDP system is set-up to create opportunity for persons who want to apply their human resource to achieve their constitutional rights as they become productive.

As the system has progressed from Diaspora to Kenya the biggest hindrance to the creation of jobs and attainment of constitutional rights is today occurring through constitutional or public office holder’s failure to understand their offices are not empowered to deny constitution rights.

On the other hand, Diaspora University Town system is exciting the Entrepreneurs who see the opportunity in the project to set up a Small Medium Enterprise (SME). It is exciting those with industries who shall supply materials and equipment. About 50 million paving and building stones or blocks, 100,000 doors, 150,000 windows and other materials will be demanded and supplied as Diaspora University Town 5-year development plan is implemented. 

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