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Doctors KUP Medical Hospital Plan

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.
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RN Bui & RN Mary Develop KUP-Medical Hospital Plan

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. ...
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Mary Invites Botswana Diaspora Kenyans to Kenya University Project

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....
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Dr. Endege Biotechnology Plan in Kenya University Project

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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Attorney Njoroge Kamau Spearheads Review of all Plans for University Town Development

At his offices in Worcester, Attorney Njoroge Kamau spearheaded a meeting into the nightfall, that reviewed all plans for the development of the Institution Town Plan - 5 Year Development Plan. The 5 year development plan was set as October 2016 to September 2021. The first class to university, target date, was set as September 2017. Nineteen (19) budgets that will kick off diverse plans in the first year were adopted. ...
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Prof. Mutisya & Bishop Mwawasi Talk to Amb. Githae About KUP During KESSA Conference

Professor Philliph Mutisya and Bishop Donald Mwawasi who are working on Kenya University Project (KUP) talked with Ambassador Robinson Githae at the sidelines of the Kenya Scholars and Studies Association (KESSA) conference held in Atlanta, GA. KESSA conference brings together professionals, business and Scholars from various universities in the U.S and in Kenya to present and share on various topics. Prof. Mutisya on the meeting with Ambassador Githae remarked, “The good part of meeting with the ambassador is that he recognizes the role of his office to help KUP in investing in Kenya, which is his mission and passion.” ...
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Bishop Mwawasi, Dr. Endege, Prof. Mutisya, Atty Kamau & Diaspora Work on University Town Development

Diaspora Kenyans working on the Kenya University Project - University Town development plan put in several hours on Labour Day holiday to review, plan and update each other. Bishop Donald Mwawasi who arrived back from Kenya, where he worked for three weeks, gave a report on his progressive accomplishments with regard to the land the Institution Town Plan approved last year will be implemented. Dr. Wilson Endege on his part said, “My biotechnology plan to open a biotechnology company to produce medicine is ready. I’m also working on the university plan with Prof. Mutisya.” ...
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Arizona Diaspora Kenyans Capital to Develop Kenya

Registered Nurse, Bui Thuo is determined to have Diaspora Kenyans when flying into Kenya point at the institution town Diaspora will develop in Kenya. Since joining the Kenya University Project, whose plan is currently transitioning from primary resources stage to 5 year development plan implementation, Bui continues to put in time and resources with a goal to have Diaspora Capital play a role in advancing the constitutional rights of education, healthcare and housing to more Kenyans. After her visit to Phoenix, Arizona she says, “Arizona Diaspora Kenyans Capital will develop Kenya.” ...
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Kenya Diaspora Scholars in North Carolina Ready to Kick off KUP - University Plan

Professor Philliph Mutisya would settle in Raleigh-Durham region of North Carolina State after his education at University of Massachusetts - Umass in Amherst, MA. In the last 30 years he has been part of scholars who have educated students in the universities in the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel region. The region is popular from the research triangle that lies between the three cities and is said to have the largest concentration of PhD’s in the world. It is also said to have the most Kenyan Diaspora with PhDs....
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Wycliff Chakua Energy Plan for University Town

Wycliff Chakua in a meeting at Atlanta, GA updated on the progress he has made on the energy plan that will ensure the university town will have zero blackouts. In 2013 President Barack Obama would launch the Power Africa initiative. One brochure compared the Sub-Africa region electricity production at 91 megawatts for every 1 million persons to U.S production at 3,360 megawatts per million persons. The brochure further stated that 600 million (70%) of the population in Africa was without electricity. To ensure the university town had a constant energy supply the Energy Plan of project was incorporated....
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