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Diaspora University Town Team Introduce Project to KCB Mortgage Division

A team of four from KCB Bank mortgage division were introduced to Diaspora University Town for jobs creation and housing development by a team of 5 of Diaspora University Town. The team was asked to consider the Diaspora University development approach that is anchored on job creation and housing development. The bank team welcomed the project as they reviewed the proposal. They will continue to review to see if the bank products are applicable.
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Diaspora University Team Meet Taita Taveta County Assembly Speaker

Speaker Hon. Meshack Maghanga would preside over the deliberation of an Institution Town Development Plan that is set to develop a University and Town. The plan was passed May 2015. The next stage is the 5 Year Development Plan. The Speaker welcomed Diaspora University Team of Benjamin Mwandaa and Dan Kamau at his offices in Wundanyi, Taita Taveta....
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KCB Bank Director of Mortgages Considers Financing Diaspora University Town House Developers

Sam Muturi, KCB Bank Director of Mortgages has started considering the financing of the Diaspora University Town house developers. Sam who was introduced to the project in a meeting held at New Jersey 2014 said he still remembers the project. He said the division of mortgages that he heads would consider the financing of the town houses. ...
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Diaspora University & Town Model to Improve Kenya Environment

Kenya environment continues to deteriorate as population grows. Air pollution through dust and poorly managed waste makes Kenya environment bad. Rivers that flowed with water are becoming dry. Joseph Mwandairo, a Civil Engineer who is working on the Diaspora University Town says, “Voi River that used to flow with water all year round it is now a seasonal river. It is currently dry.” By 2022 as Diaspora University progresses though project based learning more than 1,000 projects that advance Kenya environment sustainability will be implemented to meet Kenya constitution article 42. ...
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Former Diaspora, Owners of SME in Kenya, Join Diaspora University Town Development

James Gicho Gikanga would organize a meeting in Kansas for the development of a University Town as the Founders had a meet the Diaspora living in different states. James and his wife Penninah Gicho have since relocated to Kenya where they have opened a business along Nairobi -Kiambu highway. Updated on the Diaspora University Town they were excited and said, “We shall start thinking of how to expand our business to the town.” ...
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Taita Taveta Professionals & SME Owners Progress Diaspora University Town

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. ...
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U.S Businessmen Explore Implementing Diaspora University Town Energy Plan

U.S Businessmen Curtis Jones and James Anderson of GGLE Company held discussions on the Diaspora University Town energy plan with the Diaspora University Team of Attorney Njoroge Kamau, Benjamin Mwandaa, Rose Ndiritu and Dan Kamau at Nairobi. The U.S businessmen are in Kenya exploring opportunities on energy generation and supply through renewable energy. ...
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Traffic Lights & Parking Garages Can Reduce Nairobi Jams

As Nairobi City population of vehicles and human grows; traffic lights installed can play a big part in managing and reducing the jams. If a well set-up traffic system is in place more than 50% of the time and fuel energy lost in jams could be saved. Fred a driver in Nairobi says he has seen improvement in the flow of traffic in the places where the lights are operating and are obeyed. ...
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Bishop Mwawasi & Attorney Kamau Progress Diaspora University Town in Kenya

Attorney Njoroge Kamau would visit Kenya, 2005, and open the discussion on how the Diaspora Capital could become part of the housing development of Kenya. In 2017, at Nairobi, he met Bishop Donald Mwawasi of Atlanta in Kenya to progress Diaspora University Town project spearheaded by Diaspora Kenyans that will have one of the biggest housing development plans. Diaspora University Town project has evolved and progressed over time to become a project of a planned town. The Institution Town development plan that was presented by Dr. Wilson Endege and Bishop Donald Mwawasi was approved for development in Taita Taveta County through legislation by the County Assembly. The plan includes development of a University, Medical Hospital, Industrial Park, Tourism and Other economic sectors. ...
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Attorney Kamau, Rose & Dan Work on KUP-Property Developer System

The Kenya University Project (KUP) – Property Developer system is an innovative system created through a Town House Investment and Development Agreement (THIDA). The system makes Diaspora Kenyans and Kenyans in Kenyans Property Developers through an Integrated Sustainable System of jobs/business creation, housing development and Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth. ...
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