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As each day progresses to the U.S congress term 2017 – 2018 many Diaspora Kenyans are afraid of the future. Could I lose my job? What will happen? Rather than Diaspora Kenyans be afraid they should embrace U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt (1933 – 1945) inauguration words, “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” The words would conquer the fear brought about by the great depression of 1929 and inspire the U.S economic growth from an economy of $57 billion GDP in 1933 to one of $17 trillion GDP in 2015.
“I’m excited to become a Property Developer and supply Town Houses as jobs are created,” says a Diaspora who has opened a Kenya University Project - Property Developer file at Attorney Njoroge Kamau law firm in Worcester, MA. The Diaspora Property Developer adds, “I was happy to get a job when I needed one and find a developed house with clean water, sanitation and energy – to live in – close to my job.” This thinking has today motivated over 500 Diaspora Kenyans – and growing – to embrace an innovative system to develop town houses in a university town. The university town main development plans are: University, Medical Hospital, Biotechnology Company, Town houses and other plans that create jobs and provide housing. ...
Attorney Njoroge Kamau legal plan for the Kenya University Project (KUP) Diaspora Property Developer capital traces its roots to two meetings. One in Worcester and another in Kenya 2005. The two meetings started the discussion of the legal plan for Diaspora capital to flow to Kenya to produce houses....
At the age of 17 years, Robert Goddard would climb a tree and looking to the sky imagine making a device that can go to Mars. He is quoted saying, “I was a different boy when I descended from the tree from when I ascended. Existence at last seemed very purposive.” For 45 years from that day he would progress the creation of what became a rocket. During the period Goddard would file 214 patents and launch 34 rockets. The rocket launches would travel as high as 2.6 km (1.6 miles) and reach speeds of 885 km/h (550 mph). The sign, “Birthplace of Dr. Robert Goddard Father of Modern Rocketry,” next to the “Welcome to Worcester City,” sign, on highway 290 West, continues to inspire Kenya University Project started in the city the Rocket invention began....
Concept Construction (Co) Ltd. founder, Ernest Mungai Kamau, and Rose Ndiritu, formerly of Diaspora for 20 years, started the Design-Build Plan of the Kenya University Project - University Town. Ernest, a Kenyan businessman and engineer, explored working with the Diaspora in housing development during a meeting with Attorney Njoroge Kamau in Kenya, 2005. He, thereafter, visited the U.S four times –2007 to 2009 – as he progressed the Housing Development Plan. During 3 visits he attended the WPI U.S-Africa Business conferences 2007, 2008 and 2009. He would present every year at the conferences and at the WPI U.S-Africa Business Conference 2009, he was the main speaker as he presented the University Town Development Plan....
In the year 1999, Prof. Arthur Gerstenfeld and the late Prof. Raphael Njoroge (1939-2014) when teaching at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) would form a working partnership with an emphasis on Africa development. A University Development Plan would result from this relationship. The plan continues to progress forward. A meeting held at WPI by Prof. Michael Ginzberg, Dean of WPI Foisie School of Business; Prof. Joseph Starkis, Head of Department, School of Business; and, Diaspora Kenyans, Dan Kamau and Dr. Wilson Endege of Boston region, reviewed the current status and progress expected of university town project. ...
As the world population of 7.45 billion grows at more than 400,000 persons every day headed to the 8 billion mark by 2025, Dr. Philip Mwalali of Raleigh, NC and Dr. Mark Kabue of Baltimore, MD are working on the Kenya University Project KUP – Medical Hospital Plan and specifically two plans namely: The Medical School plan that will incorporate health sciences courses as university opens with the goal to achieve a medical school. The second plan is the doctor’s plan that will lead to more well trained doctors in Kenya so as to cater for Kenya needs as population grows to the projected 60 million by 2025. ...
Registered Nurses (RN) Mary Kinyanjui and (RN) Bui Thuo for the past one and half years have developed the Kenya University Project (KUP) Medical Hospital Plan. The plan was first conceptualized to support the university and town with a medical hospital at the institution town. However, the medical hospital plan has evolved to be a plan to advance Kenya health care rights in Kenya constitution 43. This achieved through an increase in education, doctors, medicine, hospital, clinics, equipment, supplies and healthcare jobs. The plan is also tailored to reduce the growing Diaspora remittances to health care bills in Kenya. ...
Mary Kinyanjui a Registered Nurse (RN) based in Los Angeles, California region who is working on the Kenya University Project (KUP) Medical-Hospital Plan during a visit to Botswana met with professionals and academia who she invited to become part of the KUP university town development. “The project is progressing to the 5 Year Development stage that will achieve a university, town and medical hospital,” she told the excited Kenyans who have settled in Botswana....
Over 100 coutries in the world today have a life expectancy of over 75 years; Kenya life expenctancy is recorded at 65 years. Dr. Wilson Endege, a biotechnology scientist, who has five patents looks to advance Kenya life expectancy. He says his Kenya University Project -Biotechnology plan that will be implemented alongside the University Development Plan at Taita Taveta will produce more than 20 medicine and vaccine products as he and Diaspora contribute to expand the current $1 billion biotechnology sector in Kenya in a $414 billion global sector. Will the biotechnology industry he sets up lead to an affordable vaccine for Malaria? Dr. Endege answers on biotechonology. ...
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