World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims: Vision Impact Institute Encourages Efforts to Link Good Vision to Safer Roads

Inclusion of vision in road safety conversation is crucial to reducing accidents. DALLAS, Nov. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — On November 15, the Vision Impact Institute will join organizations around the world to commemorate the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims. According to the World Health Organization, 1.35 million people died on the world’s roads […]

"World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims: Vision Impact Institute Encourages Efforts to Link Good Vision to Safer Roads"

Residents Urged To Plant Trees

The government through Kenya Forest Services (KFS) has urged residents in Ijara Sub County to plant more trees during the rainy season. Distributing 1280 seedlings to Masalani residents, Ijara conservator of forests Hassan Sheikh called on the residents to plant the seedlings in order to increase the forest coverage in Ijara Sub County especially during this rainy season. Mr Hassan Sheikh said the trees will not only be a wind breaker during strong winds but…

"Residents Urged To Plant Trees"

Mombasa Development Projects On-Course

A budget of Sh 2 billion has been set aside to compensate more than 300 residents to pave way for the completion of the Dongo Kundu Southern bypass in Mombasa and Kwale Counties. Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) Deputy Director Engineer Samuel Ogege in charge of the projects said the funds will address part of the major hurdles that have affected the project’s implementation. Once completed, the important four-lane dual carriage road infrastructure will connect…

"Mombasa Development Projects On-Course"

Brokers Turn To Rotten Maize As Demand Rises

Maize brokers in Trans Nzoia county have turned their attention to rotten maize as the demand for the once rejected commodity increases. This follows increased demand of the rotten maize by Feed companies countrywide. In an interview with a Mr. Hudson Njuguna a long time maize buyer in Kitale town Friday, he said that the demand for the cereal has gained momentum and was bringing them more profits than clean maize. Rotten maize has been…

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A Contractor At Chemususu Water Dam Given 60 Days To Complete Major Works

A contractor working on the multimillion Chemususu water supply in Baringo has been instructed to issue a revised work plan for the next 60 days to facilitate the completion of the project that is behind schedule. Presidential Delivery Unit (PDU) Director Martin Rotich said he expects the contractor, Guangxi Hydropower Construction Company, to complete putting up the chemical building house and water reticulation in Koibatek, Mogotio and Rongai sub counties within the stipulated time frame.…

"A Contractor At Chemususu Water Dam Given 60 Days To Complete Major Works"

Port Clearance Issues Hinders Completion Of A Multi-Million Water Project

The government will fast track the port clearance of vital water connection appliances whose absence has temporarily stalled the completion of the Sh2.9 billion Mavoko Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Project in Athi River sub-county, Machakos. Machakos County Commissioner (CC) Mr. Fredrick Ndunga gave the assurance when he led the local County Development Implementation and Coordination Committee (CDICC) on a guided tour of the Belgian-funded project. He promised to intervene on behalf the contractors so…

"Port Clearance Issues Hinders Completion Of A Multi-Million Water Project"