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Rose Takes Picture of KUP - Diaspora University Town Land From Highest Point

Rose Ndiritu walked over five kilometers across the land as she climbed to the highest point of the land that the Kenya University Project – Institution Town Development plan will be developed. She and a team studied the land that will become the Diaspora University Town. “It is beautiful,” Rose said of the land and the view from the highest point.
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KUP Developer’s Get Money at Las Vegas for Diaspora University Town

“These are the dollars we got,” Cathy Jackie of Baltimore, MD holds out a pile of dollars as Njeri Ndicu, Mary Kinyanjui, Bui Thuo of Riverside County, CA and Joyce Rorie of Seattle, WA point to the money. The Kenya University Project (KUP) developers were part of a group of ten (10) developers who were in Las Vegas for the Rugby sevens that will lead to Diaspora University Town developed to have: Diaspora University, Diaspora Medical Hospital, Industries, Schools, Tourism & Hotels, Golf course and diverse SMEs – Small & Medium Enterprises. ...
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Bishop Mwawasi Excited as Land Conveyance to Diaspora University Trust Progresses

Bishop Donald Mwawasi is very excited that the land conveyance to Diaspora University Trust is progressing well. He is happy the Taita Taveta Land Board approved the survey. The final stage will be registration of land to the Diaspora University Trust that will develop the Institution Town Development Plan approved by Taita Taveta County Assembly implementation to achieve a well-planned town on the land....
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Diaspora University Developers Meet With WPI University Deans

At the WPI Engineering School Dean Michael Ginzberg of WPI Business School and Dean Wole Soboyedo of Engineering School met with Dr. Wilson Endege, Prof. Philliph Mutisya and Dan Kamau as they reviewed the Diaspora University Development Plan....
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KUP Diaspora 'Create a Job,' Message

“I need a job,” every Diaspora Kenyan at one stage has spoken the words. Thereafter they have looked for a job and have been happy when they find one. A job contributes to the production of goods and services that sustain all life. If jobs are not created as fast as needed the sustainability of life system is affected. ...
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WPI Project Based Learning for Diaspora University

Started 1970, WPI Project Based Learning is part of WPI’s undergraduate degree program. It constitutes a major component of the WPI Plan. The project based learning is a process of learning that leads to students working closely with faculty and each other to develop solutions to real-world problems in their own communities and in communities around the globe. Professor Richard Vaz met with Diaspora University developers—Prof. Philliph Mutisya, Dr. Wilson Endege and Dan Kamau—as they discussed how this system will be implemented in the new university....
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Diaspora RN’s at Las Vegas Work on KUP Medical Hospital Plan for Kenya

Registered Nurses, RN's Mary, Susan and Alex of California; and Milka of Atlanta are in Las Vegas working on the Medical Hospital Plan that will be implemented in the Diaspora University Town. Mary, who has been working on the plan for over two years, says, “Once the hospital grows from a clinic to a full hospital, no Kenyan will have to travel abroad to get medical treatment. We shall have a hospital that meets medical needs for Kenyans.” Their goal is to recruit Kenyans who shall become Town House property developers. ...
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Safari Golf Club Tournament at Diaspora University Golf Course

Kenya University Project (KUP) has a Diaspora University Golf Course Plan and once complete the university would be honored if the first Golf tournament was played by Diaspora Safari Golf Club. Bui Thuo, an RN based in California who is part of the KUP Medical Hospital Plan, pitched to the Safari Golf Club golfers this proposal during the Vegas Rugby Sevens. She looks forward to continue conversations with the Safari Golf Club Chairman, Richard Gitahi. ...
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Prof. Mutisya Visits Umass Amherst

Professor Philliph Mutisya during a visit to Massachusetts to attend a meeting for the Kenya University Project – Diaspora University at WPI in Worcester city took time to visit his former university, the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, also known as Umass Amherst. The professor was excited to be back at the university, he did his Masters and PhD degrees from 1983 to 1989. He said, “I have not been back since 1989. This visit brings back fond memories.”...
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10 Kenya Constitution Rights Diaspora will Advance via Diaspora University

Kenya population is currently growing at slightly over 1.2 million. This averages to about 3,300 new living persons in Kenya every day. By 2050 Kenya population is projected to grow and reach 95 million. This growth calls for a constant changing Kenya environment plan that meet Kenya Constitution article, 42 requirement of "Every person has the right to a clean and healthy environment…” Diaspora through Diaspora University will contribute toward 10 Kenya Constitutional rights: environment right, 42; social economic rights, 43; right to life, 26; and right to academic freedom and scientific research. ...
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