At Kizingitini in Lamu on 02/10/2019 inspecting the effects of the ongoing flooding caused by high tides. Kizingitini mixed Secondary school is threatened with being washed. Present during the inspection was the school principal Mr. Issa c Kanyo, area chief Mr. Luqman, Asst Chief Ahmed Mhudhar,Elder Yusuf Omar and SDoPW staff led by CES Eng. H. J. N. Nyaanga. It was proposed that in order to save the school from being washed away a 200m seawall needs to be constructed as a matter of urgency. This will save the school and surrounding properties.
TALKING NOTES DURING OFFICIAL OPENING OF RIVERSIDE STAFF HOUSES, Kenyatta University on Monday, 14 March, 2016 officially opened its Riverside Staff Housing project. This complex comprising of 60 housing units in blocks of flats rising up to 5 storeys has adequate infrastructural facilities, play areas, recreational and parking facilities. It was constructed over a period […]
Spatial data plays a vital role in developmental activities, whether natural resource management or Socio-Economic development. Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDIs) facilitate access, sharing and dissemination of spatial data necessary for complex decision-making processes of the future. The users, suppliers and value adders to spatial information are increasing every day with diversity of applications aimed at harnessing the […]
State Department for Public Works staff at the peak of my.Longonot today. They were in Longonot for a team building event largely involving climbing the mountain. It took them one and a half hours to reach the apex. Majority made it to the top and only a handful fell by the wayside. The team was […]