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Prof. Philliph Mutisya a holder of a doctorate in Education (Ed.D) who has 30 years of experience in the university education system is currently part of the Diaspora PhD University founders who shall contribute to the university plan of Kenya University Project (KUP). The Diaspora PhD plan is incorporated to enable the Diaspora Doctorate Degree holders contribute their intellectual capital to the university's development plan.
As the world Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew from about $27 trillion in 1990 to about $77 trillion by end of 2015, more than 1 million Kenyans would migrate to countries with fast growing economies. The migration led to the formation of the Kenya Diaspora community. Today the Diaspora living in countries with a GDP Per Capita income of over $10,000 are estimated to make about $30 billion of the $77 trillion world GDP. This is about 50% of the Kenya GDP that was estimated at $60 billion, 2015. From the $30 billion income the Diaspora were reported to have remitted about $1.6 billion to Kenya. This Diaspora Capital continues to contribute to Kenya GDP growth....
Diaspora Kenyans living in Seattle region in Washington State who are developers of the Kenya University Project (KUP) plan welcomed KCB Bank Diaspora to the region. The team of more than 10 developers led Seattle persons to opening accounts as they plan to be part of the developers of university and town planned for Kenya at Taita Taveta. ...
As thousands of Kenyans migrated from the Kenya to the U.S in the last 25 years a Diaspora community was born. More than 300,000 Kenyans have migrated from Kenya to the U.S. “You have become the biggest source of foreign revenue for Kenya,” said Jennifer Chege the Relationships Manager of KCB Diaspora Banking. ...
Bishop Donald Mwawasi continues to thank GOD for providing land for the Kenya University Project (KUP) university and town development. He continues to thank the community that opened the land for development. As he visualizes the land that the university and town shall be developed, he is thankful this land will become a planned settlement that will play a role in shaping Kenya future as thousands of students are taught at the university created. He is thankful to Diaspora Kenyans who are in the project and keep joining the project with a goal to develop Kenya. ...
In the last 25 years, since 1990, the global economic system was expanded mainly through ICT. During this period close to 3 billion persons living in the world have become users of ICT products: phones, internet and others. During this period some of the thousands of Kenyans who migrated to U.S explored the ICT sector and are today professionals and experts in ICT. Two Diaspora Kenya professionals are today applying their ICT expertise in creating the University Town ICT plan for the project progressing for development in Taita Taveta. ...
KCB Bank Diaspora is in the U.S to offer Diaspora banking financial products to Diaspora looking to save, buy houses, develop property and other financial needs. Kenya University Project (KUP) property developers in Columbus, OH led by Bruce Miya took the opportunity to open KCB bank accounts as they prepare to become property developers of the planned university town approved by Taita Taveta County Assembly for development in Taita Taveta County....
Prof. Philliph Mutisya was in the 1980’s at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst doing his postgraduate studies when President Uhuru Kenyatta was then in Amherst College that is next to Umass. As he remembers his days in university and thereafter his 30 years career as an educator in universities in the U.S where he has earned the title of full professor he is today inspired, committed and excited to see the Kenya University Project (KUP) university and town developed. He says, ‘I’m ready.” ...
Over 10 years ago Attorney Njoroge Kamau would embark on finding ways to offer the best legal services to investors and projects destined for Kenya. Today the attorney who holds a doctorate degree in law from U.S and practices law in the U.S and in the State of Massachusetts has started the Kenya University Property (KUP) university town transition plan. The legal plan will lead to the primary resources achieved creating a university trust. The resources will thereafter through the institution trust achieve the 5 year development plan....
In 2005 Diaspora Kenyans would tap their entrepreneurial spirit and ask: If U.S can achieve housing with clean water, electricity and good roads; can we find a way to channel Diaspora remittances to build houses in Kenya? The same year at WPI University, Professors of the university were discussing advancement of university education in Africa. The housing and university ideas would kick-off at WPI U.S-Africa business conference 2006. Thereafter progress and merge in 2009 through an innovative Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth system that today anchors Kenya University Project (KUP). ...
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