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YOUR WEEKLY REVIEW

NAIROBI-KENYA I Issue No. 0062

Tech start-up THE WEEK


IN NUMBERS
UN-Habitat
backs Kenya’s

puts Kenya on 25
Graft cases
that led to
convictions
Big Four
housing goal

industrial path
according to
a new report KNA, NAIROBI
which has MyGovWeekly
1,223 other

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cases under he Nairobi-based UN-Habitat has
investigation pledged to support the government
in achieving its Big Four Agenda fo-
cusing on housing.
Speaking to the press in Nairobi, the UN
A company founded by a former Nairobi engineering lecturer plugs into Habitat Executive Director Maimunah Sha-
the Fourth Industrial Revolution in which the physical, digital, and bio- rif said The agency has established a task
force to support strategic and integrated
logical spheres are blurred. See Interview on Page 7 programming in Kenya in line with the
government’s vision to put up 1 million low
cost housing units.
The task force headed by regional di-
300 rector for Africa Naison Mutizwa-Mun-
County receives medical supplies Millions giza will offer UN Habitat member states
knowledge and expertise on matters hous-
in Homa
ing and urban planning.
Bay county
Nyeri Governor “We must look at human settlements of
mortgage
Mutahi Kahiga all sizes and thinking about how to improve
fund that was
(left) and the quality of life of those citizens migrat-
irregularly ing from rural areas seeking better oppor-
KEMSA corpo-
spent ac- tunities,” said the Executive Director.
rate services
cording to She said that while the government’s
acting direc-
tor Waiganjo EACC offi- housing agenda was ambitious, it was
Karanja inspect cials achievable if adequate funds are allocated
a sampling of annually to housing and slum upgrades in
the Sh65 mil- the national budget. Sharif insisted that
lion consign- 156,000 governments must ensure that efforts to
ment of medi- World Bank achieve housing goals are executed nation-
cal supplies estimates of wide to ensure results are not overlapped
received from Kenya’s an- by the rapid pace of urbanisation.
the agency for
nual deficit The government is in plans to put up af-
county health
of homes fordable housing units on 55 acres of land
facilities.
See story on based on in Mavoko, Machakos County in collabo-
Page 24 the current ration with the UN Habitat. Other African
population countries that have successfully embarked
growth and on ambitious national housing goals and
urbanisation the upgrade of informal settlements in-
clude South Africa and Morocco.  

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County officials to be grilled Karachuonyo Central MCA


Julius Gaya confirmed receiv-
ing a letter ordering him to ap-

over Sh300m mortgage loss


pear before the commission.
“My colleagues and I have
received summons from the
commission over loss of mil-
lions of shillings related to
Homa Bay speaker KNA, HOMA BAY EACC summoned Karachuo- MCAs mortgage,” said Gaya.
nyo Central MCA Julius Gaya EACC Deputy Director Mi-
distances sitting MyGovWeekly
who leads a “rebel” faction, chael Mubea said the commis-

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MCAs from the he Ethics and Anti- former Deputy Speaker Osuri sion has summoned the MCAs
probe, saying Corruption Commission
has summoned 12 Homa
Omoro (Ruma Kaksingri
Ward) and former chairman of
over multiple losses of millions
of shillings in the assembly.
that the dealings Bay MCAs over the irregu- the accounts committee God- from the probe, saying that MCAs over the lost money in “Apart from probe into the
occurred before lar spending of over Sh300 frey Anyango (Kabondo West the dealings occurred before the assembly, but it’s about mortgage fund, the commis-
million mortgage. In a letter Ward) among others. Speaker her election. an ongoing probe started sion is also investigating mul-
her election sent to the Assembly Speaker Elizabeth Ayoo last week dis- “It’s true the commission even before my election as the tiple losses of public funds in
Elizabeth Ayoo on Monday, tanced the current leadership is seeking to grill a section of speaker,” said MsAyoo. the institution, “said Mubea.

EACC recovers Sh7.8 billion


worth of graft proceeds
Anti-graft agency “We will strengthen anti-
also recovered corruption civilian oversight
illegally acquired bodies within the counties
and encourage the public to
public assets participate in the fight against
in form of cash corruption through civic en-
gagement in tracking expend-
amounting to over iture, budgeting and social
Sh13 million audits of publicly funded pro-
jects and programmes,” said
Wabukala.
KNA, NAIROBI He announced that the anti-
MyGovWeekly graft body completed a total
of 32 assets tracing inquires

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he Ethics and Anti- through court cases adding
Corruption Commission that the commission had also
(EACC) has recovered finalised 25 criminal cases
assets, properties and cash which resulted in convictions
amounting to Sh7.8 billion of 26 persons, while 1,223 are
during the last financial year. still under investigations.
The commission also recov- “We have 13 other cases of
ered illegally acquired public assets preserved valued at over
assets in form of cash amount- Sh1.3 million still pending in
ing to over Sh13 million while court, awaiting their recovery
that of land and immovable and return to the public,” said
properties and preserved as- Wabukala and added that the
sets were valued at over Sh242 Commission is still pursuing Retired Archbishop Eliud Wabukhala (left), who is the chairperson of the Ethics and Ant-Corruption Commission (EACC) consults with Deputy
million and over Sh.1.3 billion, land worth Sh1.6 billion be- Solicitor General Dr Marissela Auma during the launch of the National Ethics And Corruption Survey 2016 at Kenyatta International Convention
respectively. longing to the University of Centre, Nairobi, last week.
Launching the 9th EACC Nairobi that was illegally ac-
survey report, EACC chair- quired.
person. Rtd. Archbishop Some of the county gov- ity valued at Sh70 million and EACC effectiveness in the fight proceeds from corrupt deals
Eliud Wabukala, said the ernment assets acquired Sh60 million, grabbed land against corruption followed and reiterated that Kenya
commission in its quest to
combat and prevent cor-
ruption also averted loss
fraudently by senior public of-
ficers that have been recovered
by the commission include the
from Kisumu County govern-
ment valued at Sh30 million
and Kisii County Government
1.6b by escalated public awareness
campaigns and enforcement
of anti-corruption laws.
was committed to becoming
a leading example regionally
in matters financial transpar-
through disruption valued Nairobi County Government land valued at Sh6 million. Wabukala said corruption is ency.
at Sh6,181,466,000. He said 120-acre parcel of land that The survey conducted be- viewed as a major impediment “We first made a request to
there is need to identify and was earmarked for a cemetery tween August 17th and Sep- to sustained socio-economic Switzerland to provide legal
seal corruption loopholes and and houses in Woodley estate tember 23rd, 2016 in a sample and political development assistance on the Anglo leas-
other inefficiencies in public valued at Sh75 million. of 5,908 households in 47 globally. ing case in 2008 and you acted
institutions in order to pro- Others are two parcels of counties indicate that 42.8 “In Kenya, in spite of gov- promptly and gave us very
mote and sustain good gov- land in Mombasa belonging to percent of the respondents ernment commitment and critical evidence. As a result,
ernance and eliminate cartels. Kenya Civil Aviation Author- think the government is com- concerted efforts by stake- very recently Switzerland has
mitted in the fight against holders, corruption and frozen 2.2 million USD relating
corruption. Information, unethical conduct remain to that case and we are deeply
Communication and Technol- Value of illegally major challenges to economic grateful for that assistance,”
Apart from probe into the mort- ogy was ranked as the least acquired land originally growth and access to public said Githu. Corruption was
gage fund, the commission is also corrupt ministry with 0.1 per-
cent.
belonging to the services,” said Wabukala.
Outgoing Attorney General
ranked by 21.6 percent of the
respondents as the third major
University of Nairobi
investigating multiple losses of Kenyans sampled in the
that the Commission Prof. Githu Muigai recently problem facing the country
survey suggested that decen- said the Swiss government today, preceded by poverty
public funds in the institution tralisation of offices and ser- is pursuing had frozen USD 2.2 million (35.7%) and unemployment
vices could hugely improve being held in their accounts as (29.9%).
- EACC Deputy Director Michael Mubea
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Work on new customer care centre


starts in bid to improve Lands service
Land Governance support to Kenya’s land re- ticipated National Land Use
Programme form agenda. Policy which they said would
She said the new customer go a long way in boosting sus-
has a budget care centre will help to im- tainable land management.
of 10 million prove the quality of service of- The Land Governance Pro-
fered to customers which has gramme has a budget of 10
euros, which is in the past been quite poor. million euros, which is equiv-
equivalent to Sh1.2 “Customer handling has alent to Sh1.2 billion.
in the past been poor and The strategic objective of
billion my ministry is committed to Land Reform Programme is
quality delivery to its custom- to support the attainment of
KNA, NAIROBI ers and that’s one of my main Kenya Vision 2030 through
MyGovWeekly agenda,” said Ms Karoney. the strategic sector activities
In their remarks, both Dr of the Ministry of Lands and
Rugalema and Mr Perr praised Physical Planning, National

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he Ministry of Lands the ongoing digitiatiosn pro- Land Commission as well as
and Physical Planning gramme at the ministry saying the eight County Governments
in conjunction with the this would help to accelerate that have been included in the
European Union (EU) and implementation of reforms in programme.
Food and Agriculture Organi- the land sector. The beneficiary counties are
sation (FAO) are carrying out They praised the highly an- Tana River, Nandi, West Pokot,
a five-year Land Governance Samburu, Turkana, Laikipia,
Programme to support Kenya Marsabit and Baringo.
Land Reform Agenda at a cost Customer In consultation with FAO,
of Sh1.2 billion. the ministerial technical team
FAO Country Representa- handling has has identified 10 broad ac-
Lands CS Farida Karoney responds to a journalist’s question during the event attended by FAO Country
Representative Dr Gabriel Rugalema and the Head of EU Development Cooperation Division, Herbert
tive, Dr Gabriel Rugalema, and tivities which are to be im-
the Head of EU Development in the past plemented across the various
Perr.

Cooperation Division, Herbert departments.


Perr, last week joined Lands
been poor and The ministry activities Kenya Land Reform Process project activities: • Assessment of the status of
CS Farida Karoney during the my ministry is started with finalisation, was finalized and submitted the Land Registries/Lands
handing over ceremony to the publication and launch of the to FAO for circulation to the • Completion and launch of the and Physical Planning Of-
contractor for the proposed committed to National Spatial Plan on 1st partners. National Spatial Plan. fices in the eight counties of
new customer care centre at March, 2017 at the cost of USD This Memorandum of Un- • Completion of the Sessional Nandi, West Pokot, Turkana,
Ardhi house. quality delivery 60,000 equivalent to Sh6 mil- derstanding is important as it Paper No. 1 of 2017 on the Baringo, Samburu, Isiolo,
The Customer Care Centre lion. provides an expanded scope National Land Use Policy. Marsabit and Tana River.
is funded under the joint five- to its customers The Memorandum of Un- for support to the ministry • Formulation and completion The purpose of this assess-
year Land Governance Pro-
gramme (2016-2021).
and that’s one of derstanding between the Min-
istry of Lands and the National
from the rest of the part-
ners beyond the EU-backed
of the Regulations on the Land
Act, 2012; Land (Amend-
ment is to provide critical
data to inform finalisation of
The Lands CS commended my main agen Lands Commission and the programme. So far the pro- ments) Act, 2016; Land Reg- the workplans for the project
the two joint development Development Partners Group gramme has supported imple- istration Act, 2012 and the activities to be carried out in
partners for their continued - Lands CS Farida Karoney in Land (DPGL) supporting the mentation of the following key Community Land Act 2016. these counties.

P. O. Box 61307 00200,


Tel. +254-20-2711261/2715144,
Website: www.nacc.or.ke KENYA PORTS AUTHORITY EWASO NGIRO SOUTH DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
TENDER NOTICE www.kpa.co.ke TENDER NOTICE
The National AIDS Control Council invites tenders from eligible candidates for
the tender indicated below;
NOTICE FOR EXTENSION OF BID VALIDITY PERIOD Ewaso Ngiro South River Basin Development Authority (ENSDA) is a
state corporation established by an act of parliament cap 447 of the
Tender No. Item Description Closing Date & TENDER NO. BIENNIAL CONTRACT FOR laws of Kenya. The Authority’s mandate is to initiate, plan, implement
Time KPA/053/2017-18/CCE - BUILDING WORKS and co-ordinate socio-economic development projects and programs
NACC/RFP/030/2017 Selection of Consultant to develop April 19, 2018 within the region.
/2018 a Monitoring and Evaluation
(PREFERENCE GROUPS
ENSDA invites bids for the following tenders;
System for NACC 10.00AM
Pursuant to Section 88(2) of the Public Procurement and A. PENSION SCHEME
Interested bidders may obtain the tender document from the Procurement 1. Provision of fund management services for Authority’s staff
Division - National AIDS Control Council, Landmark Plaza 8th Floor for the Asset Disposal Act, 2015, Kenya Ports Authority wishes to
pension scheme
printed document upon payment of a non- refundable fee of Kshs. 1000/= in request ALL bidders who participated in the above 2. Provision of scheme administration services for Authority’s
cash or bankers cheque payable to Chief Executive Officer, National AIDS
Control Council or download the document from the NACC Website:
mentioned Tender to extend their Bid Validity Period for a staff pension scheme
www.nacc.or.ke at no fee. further 30 (Thirty) Days with effect from 7th April, 2018 to B. WATER WORKS AND SOLAR POWER SYSTEM
facilitate completion of the evaluation process. 1. Improvement of water supply systems,construction of
Prices quoted should be net inclusive of all taxes and delivery costs, must be water storage tanks and installation of solar power system
expressed in Kenya shillings and shall remain valid for period of (120) days
for ewaso ngiro tannery and leather factory.
from the closing date of the tender. All other conditions remain the same.
More information and tender documents can be downloaded from
Completed tender documents are to be enclosed in plain sealed envelope www.ensda.go.ke and IFMIS tender portal; supplier.treasury.go.ke
marked with the Tender Reference Number and the Tender Name and
addressed to:
The tender closes on 16th April 2018, 2.30 pm.
Antony K. Nyamancha
Chief Executive Officer, The Managing Director
National AIDS Control Council HEAD OF PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLIES
Ewaso Ngiro South River Basin Development Authority
P.O. Box 61307 Postal code 00200, Nairobi, Kenya. FOR: MANAGING DIRECTOR P.O BOX 213-20500 Narok
Landmark Plaza, Argwings Kodhek Road Opp. Nairobi Hospital
Or
“KEBS ISO 9001:2008 Certified Organization, Cert. No. 087”
And deposited in the Tender Box at Landmark Plaza, Argwings Kodhek Rd, Email: md@ensda.go.ke
and 9th Floor.
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Forum charts way forward Ventures Ltd, Karibu Homes,


National Housing Coopera-
tive Union (NACHU) and the

for affordable housing 61 State Department for Housing


and Urban Development. It is
mandated to work in a proac-
tive partnership with policy
makers, financiers and citi-
Aim is to increase the supply of units as well as 200,000 social zens to ensure that the prop-
housing units. erty development industry
affordable homes and encourage uptake “Our aim is to ensure that grows rapidly but in an organ-
from potential home owners people living within the urban ised, efficient, economical and
centres are able to commute Average number of ethical manner.
within 45 minutes to their days it takes to register KPDA was established in
KNA, NAIROBI
grated neighborhoods that are place of economic livelihood. property in Kenya Nairobi in 2006 as the repre-
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well served with roads, light- This is a key component of our sentative body of the residen-
ing, water and sanitation. urban agenda,’’ he said. tial, commercial and industrial

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he President’s Big Four The World Bank estimates Housing constitutes one of who focus on the upper end of property development sec- Principal Secretary in the
Agenda on affordable an annual deficit of 156,000 the highest expenditure items the market. tor in Kenya. In 2016, KPDA department of Housing and
decent housing was the homes based on the current for the family units, therefore, This has resulted in an vice chairman Palkesh Shah Urban Development Charles
focus of a forum last week population growth and ur- providing affordable housing annual housing deficit of took the reins and brought Hinga addressing the KPDA
organised by the Kenya Prop- banisation. The cumulative will reduce the cost of living 200,000 houses. It has also led the KPDA board of directors workshop.
erty Developers Association housing deficit is currently 2 for Kenyans and improve their to the unbearable mushroom- on board to make affordable
(KPDA). million units. living standards enabling the ing of informal settlements housing a KPDA agenda in
The Innovative Finance In effort to deliver affordable citizens live in dignity. in urban areas as many peo- 2016. The PS said developers
Committee Workshop held at housing, the government has According to Mr Hinga, the ple have migrated from rural According to Ms Oluoch, should embrace the use of al-
Park Inn Hotel, Nairobi, was set out a strategic plan to build Kenyan real estate space has areas to urban areas in search KPDA seek to incentivise de- ternative building technolo-
also attended by the Princi- 800,000 affordable housing been dominated by players of a livelihood. velopers to increase the supply gies that will reduce the cost
pal Secretary for Housing and The KPDA CEO Elizabeth of affordable housing and en- of construction.
Urban Development, Charles Mwangi Oluoch said the focus courage uptake from potential “It is critical that we not
Hinga. Our aim is to ensure that people on the provision of low cost home owners through devel- only build using cheaper tech-
Mr Hinga said that as one of
the Vision 2030 social pillars,
living within the urban centres and dignified housing was
part of their agenda through
oping affordable financial and
mortgage products for players
nologies but also demonstrate
that quality is not lost along
housing has received massive are able to commute within 45 the establishment of the Af- across the real estate chain. the way,” said Hinga.
support from various stake- fordable Housing Task Force. Suppliers cite the high cost The complexity of legal and
holders. minutes to their place of economic The task force draws its mem- of building products, lack of regulatory framework has also
The PS said the government bership from the Camelot access to cheap finance and been an impediment. It takes
is mandated to not only pro- livelihood Consultants Ltd, Chigwell complex regulatory systems 61 days on average to register
vide houses but to create inte- - PS Housing and Urban Development, Charles Hinga Holdings Ltd, KCB, iJenga as key challenges. property in Kenya.

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK


AGRICUTURAL FINANCE
CORPORATION AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT FUND

SPECIFIC PROCUREMENT NOTICE (SPN)


Invitation for Bids
TENDER NOTICE MINISTRY OF WATER AND SANITATION
STATE DEPARTMENT FOR WATER SERVICES
TENDER NOTICE NO. AFC/MV/04/2018 DISPOSAL OF MOTOR VEHICLES

The Agricultural Finance Corporation (AFC) is a Development Finance Institution (DFI), whose mandate is to ATHI WATER SERVICES BOARD
offer short, medium, and long-term finance to the agricultural community.
The Corporation invites sealed bids from interested and eligible candidates for the sale of boarded motor PROGRAMME : KENYA TOWNS SUSTAINABLE WATER
vehicles.
SUPPLY AND SANITATION PROGRAM
Tender documents giving full details of the vehicles to be sold may be obtained upon payment of non-re-
fundable fee of KES 1,000.00 per set of tender documents per vehicle from the Procurement Office, Devel- Procurement of Construction Works for Kikuyu Water and Sewerage Project
opment House, 6th Floor Old Wing. A copy of the receipt of non-refundable fee paid should be attached to
each tender document returned.
Date: 3rd April 2018
Loan No: 200200000501
Bidders will be required to pay a refundable deposit of KES 5,000.00 per vehicle in cash or bankers cheque. IFB No: AWSB/AfDB/KTSWSSP/W/03/2018
The deposit will be refunded to the unsuccessful bidders. Successful bidders will be required to pay and col- 1. This Invitation for Bids follows the General Procurement Notice (GPN) for this project that appeared in UNDB online on
lect the vehicle within fourteen (14) days from the date of notification of award. 31st March 2017.
2. The Athi Water Services Board has received Financing from the African Development Bank in various currencies towards
the cost of Kenya Towns Sustainable Water Supply and Sanitation Program. It is intended that part of the proceeds of this
TENDER NO. AFC/MV/04/2018- DISPOSAL OF MOTOR VEHICLES loan will be applied to eligible payments under the contract for construction of Kikuyu Water & Sewerage Project.3.

S/NO. VEH REG.NO. MAKE / MODEL CC YEAR OF MFG. LOCATION 3. The Athi Water Services Board now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the execution of the following works:
• Construction of Approximately 45km of Reticulation Sewers of diameters DN250 – 450 UPVC/PCC sewers.
1. KAR 402 L Toyota Corolla 1300 2004 Nairobi • Construction of 5.5km DN 450 PCC outfall trunk sewer to Waithaka.
• Construction of 450 Household connections for the Kikuyu Sewerage.
2. KAR 617 L Daihatsu Terios 1300 2004 Ngong • Construction of approximately 4.2km OD250 additional lateral sewers.
• Construction of 26 km, diameters of 63 – 160mm HDPE pipe water distribution network.
3. KAR 264 L Daihatsu Terios 1300 2004 Ngong • Drilling and Equipping of 6 No. Boreholes including Construction of 48m3 elevated Pressed Steel tanks.
• Construction of 100m3 elevated pressed steel tank for Kamangu scheme.
4. KAR 614 L Daihatsu Terios 1300 2004 Ngong
• Construction of 3Nr Ablution Blocks.
5. KAW 881Z Suzuki Jimny 1300 2004 Ngong • Construction of 450 Household connections for the Kikuyu Sewerage
A Prebid meeting and Site Visit will take place on Tuesday, 17th April 2018 at 9.00 a.m. starting at AWSB offices
6. KAR 616 L Daihatsu Terious 1300 2004 Ngong
3rd Floor Board Room
7. KAR 272 L Daihatsu Terious 1300 2004 Thika 4. Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from and inspect the bidding documents at the office of
The Chief Executive Officer, Athi Water Services Board, Africa Re-Centre, Hospital Rd, and P.O. Box 45283-00100
8. KAR 271L Daihatsu Terious 1300 2004 Ngong Nairobi, Kenya.
5. A complete set of bidding documents may be purchased by interested bidders on the submission of a written application
The completed tender document enclosed in plain sealed envelopes clearly quoting the Tender number as to the above and upon payment of a non-refundable fee of Kshs. 1,000 (Kenya Shillings One Thousand Only).
indicated above should be sent through registered mail or deposited in the tender box located on 5th floor , 6. The provisions in the Instructions to Bidders and in the General Conditions of Contract are the provisions of the African
Development House, Nairobi addressed to: Development Bank Standard Bidding Document: Procurement of Works.
7. Bids must be delivered to the above office on or before 12.00pm East African Time on 17th May, 2018 and must be
The Managing Director accompanied by a security (Unconditional Bank Guarantee) of Kshs. 4,250,000.00 (Kenya Shillings Four Million, Two
Agricultural Finance Corporation Hundred and Fifty Thousand Shillings Only). With a bid validity period of 120 days from bid submission date
Development House, 7th Floor, Moi Avenue
8. Bids will be opened in the presence of bidders’ representatives who choose to attend at 12.05pm East African Time on
P.O. Box 30367 00100 GPO NAIROBI 17th May 2018 at the offices of:
The Chief Executive Officer,
So as to be received on or before 12 noon Wednesday, 18th April, 2018. The Tenders will be opened on Athi Water Services Board,
the same day at 12.30 pm at the AFC/ADC 3rd Floor Conference Room, Development House, in the Africa Re-Centre, Hospital Rd
presence of bidders or their representatives who choose to attend. P.O. Box 45283-00100 Nairobi, Kenya.
Tel: 254 020 2724292/3 Fax: 254 020 27224295 Email: info@awsboard.go.ke
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MINISTRY OF INFORMATION,
COMMUNICATION AND TECHNOLOGY

INVITATION TO TENDER REPUBLIC OF KENYA

The Insurance Regulatory Authority (IRA) is a government agency established under the Insurance Act (Amendment) 2006,
Cap 487 of the Laws of Kenya to regulate, supervise and develop the Insurance Industry in Kenya. The Authority wishes to
invite sealed proposals for the following tenders:- SUBMISSION OF MEMORANDA ON DISTRIBUTED
Tender No. Tender Description Pre-Tender Closing Date &
LEDGERS AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
Meeting Time
IRA/151/2017-2018 Provision of Consultancy Services to Conduct a National
Survey on Insurance Customer Treatment Practices
- 19th April, 2018
at 11:00 a.m.
The Ministry of ICT through its TASK FORCE ON DISTRIBUTED LEDGERS
IRA/170/2017-2018 Provision of Consultancy Services to Evaluate the - 19th April, 2018
AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE is exploring and analyzing upcoming digital
Impact of the Actuarial Scholarship Capacity Building at 11:00 a.m. technologies that demonstrate great potential to transform Kenya’s econo-
Programme in Kenya
my. We welcome innovators, experts, institutions, and any interested parties
IRA/188/2017-2018 Provision of Consultancy Services for National - 19th April, 2018
Customer Satisfaction Survey at 11:00 a.m.
with experience in the aforementioned technologies to submit memoranda
IRA/187/2017-2018 Provision of Consultancy Services for Employee Satisfac- - 19th April, 2018
or make presentations to the task force.
tion Work Environment and other Related Surveys at 11:00 a.m.

IRA/199/2017-2018 Provision of Repair and Maintenance of Air 9th April, 2018 19th April, 2018 Submission of written, audio or video format memoranda is now open and
Conditioning Units at 10:00 a.m. at 11:00 a.m.
closes on April 13th, 2018 at 5.00pm, EAT. All memoranda should be emailed
to submissions@keblockchaintaskforce.or.ke. Alternatively, physical copy
Interested bidders may view the above tender documents from the IRA website (www.ira.go.ke) or IFMIS website
(http://suplier.treasury.go.ke) or at IRA Procurement Office on 10th Floor, Zep-Re Place, Longonot Road, Upperhill for memoranda should be placed in sealed envelopes, clearly marked
detailed descriptions. ‘TASKFORCE ON DISTRIBUTED LEDGERS AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE’
Interested and eligible bidders are required to download the tender document from the website free of charge and imme- and dropped off at Telposta Towers, 10th Floor Rm K10-13.
diately email their names and contact details to: procurement@ira.go.ke for purposes of any clarification, communication
or addenda.
Complete tender documents in plain sealed envelopes marked with tender number and description should be deposited in Public presentations of memoranda will take place from April 16th to 20th
the tender box situated on 10th floor, Zep-Re Place, Longonot Road, Upperhill, Nairobi and addressed to:- 2018. The Task Force Secretariat will publish a schedule for these presenta-
Ag. Chief Executive Officer
Insurance Regulatory Authority
tions.
10th Floor, Zep-Re Place, Longonot Road, Upperhill
P.O Box 43505-00100 Nairobi, Kenya.

Tenders will be opened immediately thereafter in the presence of the bidders’ representatives who may choose to attend at
the Training Room located on 10th Floor, Zep-Re Place, Longonot Road,Upperhill, Nairobi. Late tenders will not be accepted.
Secretariat, Distributed Ledgers and Artificial Intelligence Task Force
Ministry of ICT
Ag. COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Tel: 020 6948000/ Toll Free Line 1545 www.kra.go.ke


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KONZA TECHNOPOLIS DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
JOB RE-ADVERTISEMENT PUBLIC NOTICE ON INSPECTION OF CONSOLIDATED CARGO AT THE
COUNTRY OF SUPPLY
The Konza Technopolis Development Authority (KoTDA), the implementing agency under the
Ministry of Information, Communications and Technology (MoICT) is seeking a competent, The Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) is a statutory body established under the Standards Act, CAP 496,
capable, ambitious, self-motivated and dynamic individual that demonstrate the appropriate Laws of Kenya. KEBS is mandated to offer among other services, quality inspection of imports based on
expertise and experience to contribute to the development of the Konza Techno City into a Kenya Standards or approved specifications.
sustainable world class technology hub. The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) is a statutory body established by an Act of Parliament, CAP 469 of
the laws of Kenya. The Authority is charged with the responsibility of collecting revenue on behalf of the
The Mission of Konza Technopolis is “to develop a sustainable smart city and innovation ecosystem Government of Kenya and enforcement of laws relating to imports.
contributing to Kenya’s knowledge economy”. Konza Technopolis as an area of Innovation is KEBS and KRA wishes to notify all importers and the general public that a new procedure (“Route D”)
especially suited to Education Institutions, Research & Development Centers and Commercial has been developed for inspection and certification of Consolidated Cargo under the Pre- Export of
interests in the sectors of Life sciences, Engineering and Information Technology Enabled Conformity (PVOC) programme. This procedure applies to cargo containing a wide range of products or
Services (ITES). To this end the Government of Kenya has begun the process of upgrading phase merchandise generally in small quantities or parcels belonging to several consignees who have pooled or
1 horizontal infrastructure, construction of the KoTDA Hub, the Government cloud infrastructure assembled together their parcels to form one consignment which may be declared as belonging to one
and establishment of Kenya’s first dedicated research and innovation University. This represents importer at the port of destination or de-consolidated back into the original individual consignments for
a total investment of over KES 73 Billion by the Government. Konza Technopolis will also be a delivery to the respective cargo owners upon arrival at destination port.
special economic zone with incentives targeted at participating enterprises. ALL consolidators for both air and sea cargo are required to register with KEBS to have their goods inspected
under this Route. Application for registration should be received not later than 20th April, 2018. Please note
KoTDA therefore invites interested individuals to apply for the under listed position. that ALL Consolidated cargo MUST be inspected in the country of supply by the KEBS appointed inspection
agents and issued with a Certificate of Inspection (CoI) before shipment to Kenya.
1. MANAGER, MARKETING AND INVESTOR FACILITATION Registration requirements and other details related to this procedure are available on KEBS website:
www.kebs.org
For Complete details on the positions please check on KoTDA Website www.konzacity.go.ke
For further clarification, please contact KEBS on Telephone +254 20 6948423/456/439/000 or E-mail:
or www.hcbskenya.com pvoc@kebs.org and KRA on telephone +254 711 099999 or Email: pvochqs@kra.go.ke

Applicants should register and apply online at:


MANAGING DIRECTOR COMMISSIONER OF CUSTOMS & BORDER
www.hcbskenya.com KENYA BUREAU OF STANDARDS CONTROL
KENYA REVENUE AUTHORITY
All applications should be received on/before Tuesday 17th April, 2018

KoTDA is an equal opportunity employer


Qualified women, youth and people living with disabilities are therefore encouraged to apply

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

Any form of canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification


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ADDENDUM NO 001: EXTENSION OF


TENDER CLOSING DATE PRE-QUALIFICATION TENDER NOTICE
The Rural Electrification Authority wishes to inform all firms participating in The National Sports Fund (NSF) is a State Corporation established by Sports Act No. 25 of 2013. The Fund is mandated to raise funds through sports lottery, investments
the Tender whose details appear below and which was advertised in the and any other legal means, and disburse the funds for the development of sports and recreation in Kenya.
local dailies on 13th March, 2018 that the closing date has been extended The Fund hereby invites, for Pre-qualification of suppliers from interested eligible bidders for the supply of the under listed Goods, Services & Works for the years 2018
as contained in the Schedule below: and 2019.
Firms registered under the Youth, Women and Persons with Disability are encouraged to apply.
No Tender Items Initial New
No. Description Closing Tender A. SUPPLY OF GOODS
Date Closing
Date S/No. TENDER No. TENDER NAME ELIGIBILITY
1. REA/2017- Supply, Installation 10th 25th 1 NSF/SDS/PRQ/001/2018-2019 Supply and Delivery of Stationery and General Office Supplies Reserved for Youth, Women and Persons with Disability firms
2018/ and Commissioning April, April,
2 NSF/SDS/PRQ/002/2018-2019 Supply and Delivery of Computers and ICT Consumables Reserved for Youth, Women and Persons with Disability firms
OT/037 of 1x300kva and 2018 2018 at
1x500 KVA, 415V 10.00 3 NSF/SDS/PRQ/003/2018-2019 Supply and Delivery of Promotional and Branded Items Reserved for Youth, Women and Persons with Disability firms
3-PH Enclosed Diesel a.m
4 NSF/SDS/PRQ/004/2018-2019 Supply and Delivery of Office Furniture and Fittings Reserved for Youth, Women and Persons with Disability firms
Generators Plus As-
sociated Distribution 5 NSF/SDS/PRQ/005/2018-2019 Supply and Delivery of cleaning materials, Detergents and Reserved for Youth, Women and Persons with Disability firms
Board, at Sololo disinfectants

Save where expressly amended by the terms of the Addendum, the principal 6 NSF/SDS/PRQ/006/2018-2019 Supply and Delivery of PABX, Telephone head and office Reserved for Youth, Women and Persons with Disability firms
tender document shall continue to be in full force and effect and all the other telecommunication accessories
terms and conditions of the tenders aforementioned remain unchanged. 7 NSF/SDS/PRQ/007/2018-2019 Supply and Delivery of staff uniforms, Foot ware and CMT charges Reserved for Youth, Women and Persons with Disability firms

Bidders are advised that all clarifications shall be sent to procurement@ 8 NSF/SDS/PRQ/008/2018-2019 Supply and Delivery of Drinking water Reserved for Youth, Women and Persons with Disability firms
rea.co.ke or online under the REA Supplier Portal.
9 NSF/SDS/PRQ/009/2018-2019 Supply and Delivery of Newspapers and Periodicals Reserved for Youth, Women and Persons with Disability firms
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER 10 NSF/SDS/PRQ/010/2018-2019 Supply and Delivery of Library books Open
RURAL ELECTRIFICATION AUTHORITY
11 NSF/SDS/PRQ/011/2018-2019 Supply and Delivery of Electricals and Electrical Appliances Reserved for Youth, Women and Persons with Disability firms

12 NSF/SDS/PRQ/012/2018-2019 Supply and Delivery of Fresh Milk Reserved for Youth, Women and Persons with Disability firms

B. PROVISION OF SERVICES
S/No. TENDER No. TENDER NAME ELIGIBILITY
13 NSF/SDS/PRQ/013/2018-2019 Provision of Insurance & Insurance Brokerage Services Open
CLARIFICATION OF TENDER 14 NSF/SDS/PRQ/014/2018-2019 Provision Courier Services/Mail delivery Reserved for Youth, Women and
Persons with Disability firm
Following invitation to tender on Tuesday 6th March 2018 Kenya Power
Pension Fund (KPPF) wishes to inform firms participating in the tender 15 NSF/SDS/PRQ/015/2018-2019 Provision of Travel Agency and Air Ticketing services-IATA/KATA Registered Firms Open
below, that clarifications have been deemed necessary, calling for 16 NSF/SDS/PRQ/016/2018-2019 Provision of Taxi and car hire services Open
Addenda.
17 NSF/SDS/PRQ/017/2018-2019 Supply of fresh Cut Flowers and maintenance of indoor plants Reserved for Youth, Women and
Persons with Disability firm
NO. TENDER NAME TENDER NUMBER CLOSING
DATE 18 NSF/SDS/PRQ/018/2018-2019 Provision of Cleaning and Fumigation Services Reserved for Youth, Women and
Persons with Disability firm
1. REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS TENDER NO. KPPF/ 10.04. 2018
FOR PROVISION OF PROC/2-E/03/18 at 11.30AM 19 NSF/SDS/PRQ/019/2018-2019 Provision of Outside Catering Services Reserved for Youth, Women and
TRANSACTION ADVISORY Persons with Disability firm
SERVICES CONSULTANCY FOR
PROPOSED RE-DEVELOPMENT 20 NSF/SDS/PRQ/020/2018-2019 Provision of Photography and Audio visual production (filming and documentary services) Open
OF RIARA ROAD PLOT ON LR
330/1192 21 NSF/SDS/PRQ/021/208-2019 Provision of Teambuilding services Open

22 NSF/SDS/PRQ/022/2018-2019 Provision of Event Management Services and decorative services Reserved for Youth, Women and
Clarification have been uploaded on Kenya Power Pension Fund website; Persons with Disability firm
www.kplcpensionfund.co.ke from 3rd April 2018. All other terms and 23 NSF/SDS/PRQ/023/2018-2019 Design and Printing, General printing services, Accountable Documents, Promotional and Reserved for Youth, Women and
conditions of the tender documents remain the same. publicity materials. Persons with Disability firm

Save when responding to KPPF’s request for clarification, bidders shall 24 NSF/SDS/PRQ/024/2018-2019 Provision of NSF Asset Tagging and Coding services Reserved for Youth, Women and
not contact or discuss any aspect of their tenders with KPPF after tender Persons with Disability firm
closing date and before receipt of notification of award of tenders or letters
of regret, as applicable. Any such contact shall lead to disqualification of 25 NSF/SDS/PRQ/025/2018-2019 Provision of Auctioneering Services Open
the tenderer. 26 NSF/SDS/PRQ/026/2018-2019 Installation, Commissioning and Servicing of CCTV system Reserved for Youth, Women and
Persons with Disability firms

CEO & TRUST SECRETARY 27 NSF/SDS/PRQ/027/2018-2019 Provision of Security Services Open

28 NSF/SDS/PRQ/028/2018-2019 Repair and Maintenance of computer hardware Reserved for Youth, Women and
Persons with Disability firm

29 NSF/SDS/PRQ/029/2018-2019 Repair and Maintenance of office equipment’s i.e. Telephone, Printers, Photocopi- Reserved for Youth, Women and
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION ers ,Air conditioners, office Persons with Disability firms

30 NSF/SDS/PRQ/030/2018-2019 Repair and servicing of Motor Vehicles, Motor Cycles, Approved Garages/ Dealers only. Open

STATE DEPARTMENT OF EARLY


C PROVISION OF CONSULTANCY SERVICES
REPUBLIC OF KENYA LEARNING AND BASIC EDUCATION
S/No. TENDER No. TENDER NAME ELIGIBILITY
RECRUITMENT FOR PRIMARY TEACHERS COLLEGES NOTE:
31 NSF/SDS/PRQ/031/2018-2019 Provision of Legal Services Open
PRE-SERVICE TRAINING FOR THE YEAR 2018
32 NSF/SDS/PRQ/032/2018-2019 Provision of Human Resource Management Consultancy, Open Interested eligible candidates may
All applicants wishing to be considered for training as prospective P1 teachers Corporate Governance and Training Services
obtain the pre-qualification tender
are informed that registration forms are now available and can be downloaded
from the Ministry of Education’s website, www.education.go.ke. Duly filled reg- 33 NSF/SDS/PRQ/033/2018-2019 Provision of Risk Management Framework Services Open document at the National Sports
istration forms should be submitted to the zonal education offices from Monday Fund Offices located at Upper-
9th April to Wednesday 2nd May 2018 by the applicants in person. Registration 34 NSF/SDS/PRQ/034/2018-2019 Provision of Marketing and Branding Services Open
will be conducted in all zonal education offices. Those with special needs are
hill, Flamingo Tower-7th Floor
also encouraged to register. 35 NSF/SDS/PRQ/035/2018-2019 Provision of Public Relations Open during normal working hours upon
36 NSF/SDS/PRQ/036/2018-2019 Provision of Creative Agency and Graphic design Services Open payment of a non-refundable fee of
REQUIREMENTS FOR REGISTRATION
Kshs. 1000 per set of document in
1. KCSE – Mean Grade C (plain) and above 37 NSF/SDS/PRQ/037/2018-2019 Provision of Digital and Social Media Services Open cash.
2. A Minimum grade of C- (Minus) for Visually Impaired (VI-Blind) and Hearing The tender can also be downloaded
Impaired (HI) Candidates. (Totally Deaf and Totally Blind)
38 NSF/SDS/PRQ/038/2018-2019 Provision of Research and Consultancy Services Open
3. Each applicant will be required to present in person the following:- FREE OF CHARGE from the Fund’s
39 NSF/SDS/PRQ/039/2018-2019 Provision of corporate advisory services and financial services Open
(i) Original and a certified Photostat copy of KCSE academic certificate or results website
slip for 2017 KCSE candidates.
(ii) Original and a certified Photostat copy of school leaving certificate.
40 NSF/SDS/PRQ/040/2018-2019 Provision of Quality Management services Open http://nationalsportsfund.org/
(iii) Two certified passport size photographs taken recently 41 NSF/SDS/PRQ/041/2018-2019 Provision of conference Management services Open
or treasury.supplier.go.ke
(iv) Original and a certified Photostat copy of National Identity Card (both sides)
or
Application for Registration Acknowledgement (A.R.A.) Completed pre-qualification tender documents in plain sealed envelopes clearly marked with the Tender number and marked as follows:
(v) Certificate of merit for performance in a co-curricula activity. “Do not open before 11.00 AM, 17/04/2018.” Should be addressed to:
NB The Ag. Chief Executive Officer
• Admission letters for the successful candidates for both First and Second National Sports Fund
admissions, will be dispatched to the zonal education offices, not posted. P.O. Box 4644-00200 NAIROBI
• The registration exercise is free of charge.
Tel. +254 791 801225 / 780 801225 www.nationalsportsfund.org
DR. BELIO R. KIPSANG,CBS The documents should be placed in the Tender box situated on the 7th floor reception area of National Sports Fund, at Flamingo Tower during office
PRINCIPAL SECRETARY working hours; Monday through Friday, so as to be received on or before 17/04/2018 at 11:00 am.
April 03, 2018

Start-up blazes Kenya’s path to


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Fourth Industrial Revolution


Kenya seeks to embrace industrialisa- block-chain solutions, augmented and virtual
tion both under Vision 2030 and within reality. We teach all these using intense short
courses. We also partner on the same with
the recently underlined Big Four initia- world leaders such as Autodesk, Dassault Sys-
tive. Yet, not many Kenyans know that tems and Microsoft.
a local enterprise, Gearbox, is already India started her industrial journey with textile
blazing the trail on the manufacturing manufacturing. What is Kenya’s best bet as a
front. The Director of the Government starting point?
Advertising Agency (GAA), Ngari One of the central tenets of economics is the
Gituku, sought audience with the notion of comparative advantage, which in
founding Executive Director of Gear- my mind can result in handicapped thinking.
Japan, a nation without iron ore or coal, went
box Ltd., Dr Kamau Gachigi, and this from zero steel production in the 1960s to being
is what he had to say. the biggest steel producer globally in the 1980s.
Taiwan went from zero electronics to become
at one point the global leader in the produc-
tion of integrated circuits (ICs). Most Far East-
What’s your background? ern nations have developed similar successes
in areas that they apparently had no historical
Before launching Gearbox I taught engineering strength. But if you look more closely, the com-
at the University of Nairobi for about 15 years. mon thread is that they developed and then lev-
During that period, I consistently observed that eraged the most important resource any nation
a good number of our graduate engineers —and has - its human resource. This is through poli-
scores others outside engineering circles— cies that encouraged State sponsorship of their
bubble with ideas ripe for commercialisation. own citizens in the best universities in coun-
However, they lack the means and an explicit tries in North America and Europe, encouraging
support system to commercialise, or, at least, them to gain work experience in industries in
monetise their ideas. As many as 700-800 en- those countries after graduating, and then sup-
gineers graduate from Kenyan universities every porting them to come back and set up industries
year. is a proven and winning strategy. Recently I met
While at the University of Nairobi, assisted by a Kenyan who set up a business in the US after
former PS Prof. Crispus Kiamba, I started the his studies in hi-tech materials science. Tony
Fab Lab through funding from the government.
I later left the university to start Gearbox with
I always come across Githinji is the CEO of 4Wave, whose customer
base includes companies like Samsung, and has
the crew at the iHub, Kenya’s best-known soft- amazing young people— facilities in Asia too. He is now getting set to
ware space. move his base from the U.S. to Kenya. Through
and many not so young— companies such as his I believe we can gain
What does Gearbox set out to achieve? strengths in areas that are considered to be out
who are making all manner of our league as a so-called third world country.
Gearbox has a collection of digital fabrication
machines that are available to interested parties
of things; sufurias, cassava His products could conceivably include cutting-
edge energy sources based on materials like
on a shared-access basis. Essentially, we oper- flour, condiments, washing graphene, and even super-conductors.
ate like a gym. We grant access to people on a
membership basis. One exciting aspect about machines - you name it! The Among the nations of the world that have em-
Gearbox is that it plugs directly into the sensi- braced industrialisation to a good showing,
bilities and hallmarks of the Fourth Industrial trouble is hardware tends to which ones offer the most immediate inspiration
Revolution or 4IR.
Klaus Schwab, the Founder and Executive
be less sexy than ICT to Kenya and in what exact ways?

Chairman of World Economic Forum, captures I immediately think of Brazil and India. I am
the highlights of the Fourth Industrial Revolu- was contracted to design and make 50 circuits at the Kenyatta National Hospital by a team of privileged to serve as the chair of the Board
tion in a memorably succinct manner. for a pay-as-you-go system for solar water local doctors a while back. of the National Industrial Training Author-
He argues in a 2016 paper titled, ‘The Fourth pumping. This feat was accomplished within ity (NITA) and we recently did benchmarking
Industrial Revolution: what it means, how to two weeks, yet it would have taken perhaps two Kenyans have distinguished themselves as a tours in both these countries. It is amazing what
respond’, that, “The First Industrial Revolution months had it been outsourced. very receptive lot when it comes to innovation they’ve achieved. As you know, Brazil produces
used water and steam power to mechanise pro- Over time, at Gearbox, we’ve made Com- in ICT. How do you propose to imbue that same Embraer aircraft, through an intentional gov-
duction. The Second used electric power to cre- puter Numerical Control (CNC) machines such spirit into industrialisation? ernment-supported industrial endeavour. India
ate mass production. The Third used electronics as plasma cutters and wood routers in-house, makes just about everything and lays particular
and information technology to automate pro- both which are selling in Nairobi like hot cakes. It’s already there! In my line of work I always emphasis on human resource development. In
duction. Now a Fourth Industrial Revolution is Esther Mwangi, who is not an engineer, come across amazing young people—and many both cases the deliberate development of human
building on the Third, the digital revolution that came with the idea of creating vending ma- not so young—who are making all manner of resource right from the technical-skilled person
has been occurring since the middle of the last chines to retail sanitary towels. Her idea was things; sufurias, cassava flour, condiments, on the factory floor to Ph.D. is prioritised. This
century. It is characterised by a fusion of tech- transformed into 4 prototypes that allowed her washing machines - you name it! The trouble is approach is critical for industrialisation. What
nologies that is blurring the lines between the to set up a pilot. She is now setting up 50 ma- hardware tends to be less sexy than ICT. Believe they’ve done, we can do.
physical, digital, and biological spheres”. chines equipped with Internet of Things (IoT) me, there are people doing all manner of pro-
for remote management of sales and accounts duction in this country of ours, in spite of enor- What’s in the horizon for Gearbox?
What kinds of things have been made at Gear- through the Internet. mous handicaps. With only a few well-placed
box? My current Head of Engineering, William policy implementations, our craftsmen and We are very keen to expand the range of ma-
Maluki, is at Pier 9, a cutting-edge facility in women can collectively make a huge impact on chines we can offer our members, and to also
One of our engineers, Kimali Muthoka, designs Silicon Valley in California, developing an au- joblessness and our GDP. expand our activities to the informal sector so
the circuitry for the big three speed governor tomated pipe-bender for the African market. The role of Gearbox is to introduce these that, for example, those who fabricate metal
suppliers in Kenya. This means we are capable of Meanwhile, my former students set up a com- people to modern tools that can pave the way and wood can upgrade their operations to com-
making the speed governor prototype at Gear- pany that is building 3D printers. One of their for product improvement. By modern I have pete with imports. We’re also looking to get into
box, ensure it works well and then send it off inventions was used to print models for the in mind electronics control systems in manu- printed circuit board assembly and fabrication
to China (yes, China) when large numbers are famous surgery in which twins who were con- facturing such as robotics, payment systems on a contract basis. That way, circuits for speed
needed. Douglas Omondi, on the other hand, joined at the spine were successfully separated automated through the Internet of things, governors are manufactured in Kenya.
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Stakeholders seek to speed up progress to Universal Healthcare


Concept is based on the principle that lar dialogue with stakehold- erating Progress Towards
all individuals and communities should ers and work more closely Universal Health Coverage in
with county governments to Kenya,” the forum deliber-
have access to quality essential health strengthen their ownership ated on the progress made in
services without suffering financial and participation in decision the last four years, reflected
making. on the current challenges and
hardship The CS was speaking during issues affecting the sector and
a forum held in Nairobi which drew up strategies to acceler-
KNA, NAIROBI associated with the use of es- brought together stakehold- ate Universal Health coverage
MyGovWeekly sential services, Cabinet Sec- ers in health sector including in Kenya.
retary for Health Sicily Kariuki private sector, academia, civil Universal Health Coverage

T
he Government will has said. society as well as external ac- (UHC) is based on the prin-
continue to focus on Towards this end, the Min- tors to discuss pertinent is- ciple that all individuals and
improving the scope istry of Health will support sues in the sector. The Kenya communities should have ac-
and quality of health services the implementation of inno- Health Forum took place be- cess to quality essential health
available to the population vative approaches to quality tween March 26-28. services without suffering fi-
while reducing financial risk service delivery, ensure regu- Under the theme “Accel- nancial hardship.

MINISTRY OF ENERGY
KENYA OFF-GRID SOLAR ACCESS PROJECT
REPUBLIC OF KENYA

KENYA FERRY SERVICES LIMITED


JOB OPPORTUNITIES
RE-ADVERTISEMENT 1.0 Introduction
The Government of Kenya has received financing from the World Bank towards the financing of the Kenya Off-Grid Solar Access
Career Opportunity in Marine Transport Industry Project for underserved counties (K-OSAP). The project covers a period of six years. The project development objective is to
increase access to modern energy services in underserved counties of Kenya. The project will be implemented in 14 counties,
namely:- Garissa, Isiolo, Kilifi, Kwale, Lamu, Mandera, Marsabit, Narok, Samburu, Taita Taveta, Tana River, Turkana, Wajir and
Company Profile West Pokot. The Project will be implemented by the Ministry of Energy, Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC) and Rural
Kenya Ferry Services is a State Corporation, established under the Companies Act (CAP 486) of the Laws of Kenya and oper- Electrification Authority (REA).
ating under the Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure, Housing and Urban Development, mandated with the operation of ferries
in the Country. The Company’s headquarters are set along the expansive shores of the beautiful and splendid Indian Ocean
overlooking the magnificent view of the channel at Peleleza, Likoni, Mombasa. 2.0 Project Components
The Project comprises the following components:
To strengthen its workforce, KFSL is seeking to recruit a dynamic, highly driven and result oriented individual for the following • Electrification of households, public facilities and businesses through mini-grid systems;
position: • Electrification of households through standalone solar systems and provision of clean cooking solutions for house-
holds;
INTERNAL AUDIT SECTION • Electrification of community facilities through standalone solar systems and solar water pumps for communities;
and
• Technical assistance, including institutional development, capacity building and project implementation support.
1. Internal Audit Assistant - Grade FU1 - Ref: KFS/HR/IAA/01/2018 – 1 Post

Job Summary 3.0 Vacant Positions


Reporting to Senior Internal Auditor, the Internal Audit Assistant will be responsible for assisting in ensuring audit plays its Applications are invited from qualified and competent individuals to fill the following positions based at the 14 Counties
role of giving assurance on systems, procedures, controls, risk management and governance. identified as below. They will report to the K-OSAP Project Coordinator based at the Ministry Headquarters, Nairobi.

Key Responsibilities No. Job Title County Job Reference No. No. of Posts
• Provide clerical and other support services to audit teams;
• Check petty cash payments for authority and supporting documents; 1. Renewable Energy Officer Garissa KE-MOE-26863-CS-INDV/ Garissa One(1)
• Verify cash receipts at petty cashier’s office and subsequent banking;
• Carry out random checks on board the vessels to ensure validity of toll tickets; 2. Renewable Energy Officer Isiolo KE-MOE-26863-CS-INDV/ Isiolo One(1)
• Verify waybills against checklist and point of sale (POS) audit reports; 3. Renewable Energy Officer Kilifi KE-MOE-26863-CS-INDV/ Kilifi One(1)
• Gather audit evidence as guided; and file as guided
4. Renewable Energy Officer Kwale KE-MOE-26863-CS-INDV/ Kwale One(1)
Required qualifications and experience
o CPA Part II or equivalent; and 5. Renewable Energy Officer Lamu KE-MOE-26863-CS-INDV/ Lamu One(1)
o 3 years relevant experience.
6. Renewable Energy Officer Mandera KE-MOE-26863-CS-INDV/ Mandera One(1)
Skills and Competencies
• IT Proficiency; 7. Renewable Energy Officer Marsabit KE-MOE-26863-CS-INDV/ Marsabit One(1)
• Analytical Skills 8. Renewable Energy Officer Narok KE-MOE-26863-CS-INDV/ Narok One(1)
• Report writing skills;
• Numeric skills 9. Renewable Energy Officer Samburu KE-MOE-26863-CS-INDV/ Samburu One(1)

Applications, accompanied by a detailed CV containing academic qualifications, professional qualifications, work experience, 10. Renewable Energy Officer Taita Taveta KE-MOE-26863-CS-INDV/ Taita Taveta One(1)
current and expected remuneration, e-mail addresses, day telephone contacts as well as copies of relevant certificates, 11. Renewable Energy Officer Tana River KE-MOE-26863-CS-INDV/ Tana River One(1)
testimonials, national identification card, are invited from persons qualified for the position described above. The applicants
should also provide names, telephone numbers and contact addresses of at least three professional referees who are knowl- 12. Renewable Energy Officer Turkana KE-MOE-26863-CS-INDV/ Turkana One(1)
edgeable about their competence and area of specialization. The applicants should request their professional referees to
submit their references directly to the undersigned. 13. Renewable Energy Officer Wajir KE-MOE-26863-CS-INDV/ Wajir One(1)

14. Renewable Energy Officer West Pokot KE-MOE-26863-CS-INDV/ West Pokot One(1)
Applications and professional referees’ confidential reports on the applicant’s suitability for the position should be sent to the
undersigned to be received on or before 13th April, 2018.
4.0 Job Details
The Managing Director, Detailed Job description, specifications and other requirements are posted on the Ministry website www.energy.go.ke
Kenya Ferry Services Limited, 5.0 Terms of Service and Remuneration
Headquarters Office, a) The appointment to all the above positions will be on a contract basis for one (1) year initially with a possibility of
Gaza Road, Off Mwinyi Babu Road - Peleleza contract extension subject to satisfactory performance.
P.O. Box 96242 - 80110, MOMBASA. b) The successful candidates for the positions will be offered competitive remuneration package after negotiations.
c) Applicants who are residents in the County for the post for which they are applying will have a distinct advantage
The reference number and title of the position applied for MUST be clearly indicated on the ENVELOPE.
6.0 Application Process
Kenya Ferry Services is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and gender equity within the organization. Interested and qualified persons are requested to make their applications as follows:
Applicants comprising persons living with disabilities (PWDs), those from marginalized areas and women are encouraged (i) Submit their applications in person to room 22/07, 22nd Floor, Nyayo House, HR Department or send to the
to apply. address shown below Clearly stating the reference Number and your County of choice in the letter on the envelope
by close of business on 18th April, 2018 at 4.30pm
TERMS OF SERVICE AND REMUNERATION (ii) Applications should include detailed CVs indicating how they meet all the qualification requirements, day time
All the above positions are challenging and offer attractive and competitive remuneration packages which include basic contacts, current and expected salary, names and contacts of three referees. Copies of all relevant Certificates/
salary, house allowance, medical cover, leave travel allowance and other benefits in accordance with the Kenya Government Testimonials and copy of national ID/Passport must be attached.
Public Service guidelines. (iii) The Ministry of Energy, avails equal employment opportunities to all Kenyans. Women, persons living with disabil -
ities, the marginalized and minorities are encouraged to apply. Any form of canvassing shall lead to automatic
SELECTION COMMUNIQUE disqualification. Only shortlisted candidates shall be contacted.
Applications without relevant qualifications, copies of documentation/ details as sought for will not be considered. Any form (iv) Completed applications should be addressed to:
of Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification. Only shortlisted candidates shall be contacted. Those who applied
earlier need not re-apply. The Principal Secretary,
Ministry of Energy
P.O. Box 30582- 00100, Nairobi, Kenya
Attn: Director, HRM&D
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RESEARCH AND SPONSORED PROJECT OFFICE


An ISO 9001:2015 Certified Hospital
Academic Model Providing Access To Healthcare
Telephone: 254 53 2033471/2P.O. BOX 4606, ELDORET Fax: 254 53 2060727
MOI TEACHING AND REFERRAL HOSPITAL
ADDENDUM NOTICE TENDER NOTICE
We wish to notify interested bidders that the we have postponed the closing and opening of the following Tenders to Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH) invite sealed bids from eligible candidates for the following
Tuesday, 17th April 2018, 10.00 am tenders.
1. Disposal of motor vehicle
AMPATH-RSPO TENDERS
No Item Description Reserve Price Refundable Tender no No. Tender No. Tender Description Eligibility Closing
(Ksh) Deposit (Ksh) date
1. Toyota Land Cruiser Ksh2,010,000.00 Ksh 500,000.00 MTRH/T/112/2017/2018
1. MTRH/T/121/2017-2018 Tender MTRH/T/121/2017-2018 for Open 17th April
–Prado- KBL 746 M RETENDER
Supply, delivery, Installation and commis- 2018
sioning of Thermo Scientific Refrigerator
2. Maintenance of CCTV systems
2. MTRH/T/122/2017-2018 Tender MTRH/T/122/2017-2018 for Open 17th April
No Tender Description Eligibility Duration Tender no Supply, Installation and commissioning of 2018
of contract Laboratory Work Benches to Bio Banking
1. Maintenance of CCTV systems and all Open 1 year MTRH/T/107/2017-2018 Laboratory Chandaria Cancer Center
connectivity components services
The eligible bidders shall be required to provide authenticated evidence that they have recently
Complete set of Tender documents shall be obtained by interested Bidders free of charge from MTRH official website: satisfactorily carried out similar assignment and prior to award, they will be given an opportunity to
www.mtrh.go.ke state tender portal:https/supplier.treasury.go.ke and on ‘MY GOV’ publication and a payment demonstrate how they intend to discharge their subsequent contractual obligations upon award.
of a refundable amount of Ksh 500,000.00 Only deposited at Corporative bank Eldoret Branch,MTRH Ampathplus
account number 01128440540200. (For Disposal only) Tender documents with detailed specifications and conditions are obtainable from Supply chain
Department, MTRH, P.O.Box 3-30100 Eldoret from Monday to Friday between 9.00 a.m. to 4.00
Tender bids in plain sealed envelopes bearing the Tender number (in bold) on the top right hand corner but with no p.m. upon payment of non- refundable fee of kshs 1000/- per each bidding document. Tenders can also
indication of the Tenderer’s name should be placed in the Tender Box “A” situated on the second Floor Left wing of be downloaded FREE OF CHARGE from both Hospital’s website www.mtrh.or.ke under tenders portal
the Main building of Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH) or Posted to or state tender portal:https/supplier.treasury.go.ke

The Chief Executive Officer Completed tender documents in plain sealed envelopes should be deposited in tender box number “B”
Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital SITUATED AT 2nd floor, left wing of the main building of MTRH (Eldoret) or posted to:
P.O. Box 3-30100
Eldoret THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital
So as to be received on or before Wednesday 17th April 2018, at 10.00 a. m (East African Time) Submitted bids will P.O.Box 3-30100
be opened publicly immediately thereafter in the presence of Bidders or their representatives who choose to attend at ELDORET
Ampath centre 1st Floor ATI Hall RM 118.
So as to be received on or before Tuesday 17th APRIL, 2018 at 10.00 am.Opening of the
Late bids will not be accepted whatsoever and will be returned unopened. bidding documents will be conducted publicly immediately thereafter at a venue to be advised by
All queries regarding this tender should be directed to the undersigned - Ampathplus Tender Opening Committee

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER


SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGER –AMPATHPLUS MOI TEACHING AND REFERRAL HOSPITAL
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MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY, TRADE AND MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT, INFRASTRUCTURE,


COOPERATIVES HOUSING & URBAN DEVELOPMENT
STATE DEPARTMENT FOR TRADE STATE DEPARTMENT OF INFRASTRUCTURE
Republic Of Kenya
TENDER INVITATION NOTICE MATERIALS TESTING AND RESEARCH DIVISION
The Government of Kenya through the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Cooperatives (State Department
For Trade) invites tenders from Contractors who carry out the following works:- TENDER NOTICE
No. TENDER NAME TENDER NO
NO TENDER NO. DESCRIPTION CATEGORY BID
SECURITY 1. SUPPLY OF LABORATORY AND ROAD MoTIHUD/MTRD/KTSSP/NCB/05/17-18
CONDITION EQUIPMENT
LOT 1 W.P ITEM NO. QD177/NB/ Partitioning of offices in Kenya NCA 5 and 500,000
NB/1702-JOB NO 10338A Institute Of Business Training at above 2. SUPPLY OF MOTOR VEHICLES MoTIHUD/MTRD/KTSSP/NCB/06/17-18
Parklands Complex – Main Works
LOT 2 W.P ITEM NO. QD177/NB/ Supply, Delivery, Installation, Testing NCA 5 and 200,000 The Government of the Republic of Kenya has received a credit from the World Bank towards the cost of Kenya
NB/1702-JOB NO 10338A and Commissioning of Electrical above Transport Sector Support Project (KTSSP) and intends to apply part of the proceeds of this credit under the
Installations. Contract for Supply of Motor Vehicles, laboratory and road condition equipment to MTRD. The Ministry of
Transport, Infrastructure, Housing and Urban Development now invites sealed bids from eligible and qualified
LOT 3 W.P ITEM NO. QD177/NB/ Supply, Delivery, Installation, Testing NCA 5 and 200,000 bidders for supply of the equipment below:
NB/1702-JOB NO 10338A and Commissioning of Structured above
Cabling and IP PABX.
(1) TENDER NAME: SUPPLY OF LABORATORY AND ROAD CONDITION EQUIPMEN
LOT 4 W.P ITEM NO. QD177/NB/ Supply, Delivery, Installation, Testing NCA 5 and 100,000
NB/1702-JOB NO 10338A and Commissioning of CCTV,Access above TENDER NO: MoTIHUD/MTRD/KTSSP/NCB/05/17-18
Control, Library Management and
Audio Visual system. No. Item Unit Quantity

LOT 5 W.P ITEM NO. QD177/NB/ Supply, Delivery, Installation, Testing NCA 5 and 150,000 1. Axle load Equipment No. 2
NB/1702-JOB NO 10338A and Commissioning of Air Condition- above 2. Box Furnace No. 3
ing and Mechanical Ventilation.
3. Calibration Equipment - Force No. 1
LOT 6 W.P ITEM NO. QD177/NB/ Supply, Delivery, Installation, Testing NCA 5 and 50,000
NB/1702-JOB NO 10338A and Commissioning of Server above 4. Pavement Database Server and Software No. 1
Mechanical Cooling and Fire 5. Pavement Scanning Radar No. 1
Protection Works.
6. Portable FWD No. 2
LOT 7 W.P ITEM NO. QD177/NB/ Supply, Delivery, Installation, Testing NCA 5 and 32,500
NB/1702-JOB NO 10338A and Commissioning of Mobile above 7. Portable Pavement Cutting Equipment Set No. 1
Shelving.
8. Proctor Compactor No. 3
9. Retro-Reflectometer for Road Studs No. 1
Interested Contractors who are registered in relevant trades and categories, (proof of registration required)
may obtain Tender Documents from The Ministry of Industry, Trade and Cooperatives (State Department 10. Roughness Equipment No. 2
for Trade)Telposta Towers, 17th Floor Main store, Room 1702 during normal working hours in person, or
downloaded from State Department for trade website www.trade.go.ke and Treasury portal 11. Spectrophotometer No. 1
www.supplier.treasury.go.ke . A non-refundable fee of Kshs. 1000/- (for hard copy) is to be paid in cash at 12. Superpave Compactor No. 1
the Cash Office before 4.00pm on normal working days or in banker’s cheque payable to The Principal
Secretary, State Department for Trade, Nairobi. 13. Traffic Count System No. 1
14. Wire-line Barrels No. 2
Interested bidders should note that only those meeting the criteria indicated below as a minimum, supported
by relevant documents at submission will be considered for further evaluation. Interested bidders must
provide:-
(2) TENDER NAME: SUPPLY OF MOTOR VEHICLES
1. Proof of works of similar magnitude and complexity undertaken in the last five years.
2. Adequate equipment and key personnel for the specified types of works. TENDER NO: MoTIHUD/MTRD/KTSSP/NCB/06/17-18
3. Sound financial standing and /or adequate access to bank credit line equal to at least 10% of their No. Item Unit Quantity
Tender Sum. Please avail audited accounts for the last three (3) Years.
4. Litigation History of the Company (both court and arbitration cases). 1. Heavy Duty Utility Vehicle, 4WD, 2800 – 3000 cc Diesel No. 1
5. Dully filed Confidential Business Questionnaire. 2. Double Cabin Pick Up, 4WD, 2800 – 3000 cc Diesel No. 4
6. Certificate of Incorporation/Registration and Tax Compliance
7. An undertaking in the form of a letter signed by the bidder stating that the firm will comply with the
statutory requirements on Gender, Youth and Persons with Disabilities. Bidders may bid for one item or a combination of items. Bids shall be evaluated on an item-by-item basis.
Bidding shall be conducted through the National Competitive Bidding (NCB) procedures specified in the World
Further, tenders from the following tenderers shall be treated as non-responsive and therefore subject to Bank’s Guidelines.
automatic disqualification:
(i) A tender from a tenderer whose on-going project(s) is/are behind schedule and without approved Interested bidders may obtain further information and inspect the bidding documents from Chief Engineer
extension of time. (Materials), Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure, Housing and Urban Development, State Department
of Infrastructure, Materials Testing Research Division, Off Machakos Road, Industrial Area, P.O. Box
(ii) A tender from tenderers with on-going project(s) exceeding four (4) in number, regardless of the
11873 – 00400, Nairobi from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm East African time on Mondays to Fridays except during
total value of the outstanding works.
lunch break between 1.00 pm – 2.00 pm Hours and public holidays.
(iii) A tender from a tenderer who has been served with a default notice on on-going projects(s) or a
tenderer who has been terminated in a Government Contract in the past. A complete set of bidding documents in English may be purchased by interested bidders upon payment of a
non-refundable fee of KShs 1,000 (Kenya Shillings One thousand) at the Cash Office, Ground Floor, Ma-
Tenders in plain sealed envelopes, marked tender number on the right hand side corner and bearing no terials Testing and Research Division (MTRD), Off Machakos Road, Industrial Area. The bid document
indication of the tenderer’s name, should be addressed to:- may also be downloaded from www.transport.go.ke or IFMIS Supplier portal: www.supplier.treasury.
go.ke free of charge.
THE PRINCIPAL SECRETARY
Completed bids should be clearly marked “Supply of Laboratory and Road Condition Equipment; Tender
MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY,TRADE AND COOPERATIVES
No. MoTIHUD/MTRD/KTSSP/NCB/05/17-18 or Supply of motor vehicles; Tender No. MoTIHUD/MTRD/
STATE DEPARTMENT FOR TRADE
KTSSP/NCB/06/17-18 and deposited at Supply and Chain Management Office Tender Box situated at Ground
P. O. Box 30430-00100 NAIROBI
floor Works Building or posted to:
and placed in the Tender Box next to the reception area 17th Floor,Teleposta Towers,Kenyatta Avenue or Supply Chain Management Office,
sent by post so as to reach the above address on or before 18th April,2018 at 10.00am. Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure, Housing and Urban Development,
State Department of Infrastructure,
Submitted bids will be opened publicly soon after the above stated closing date and time at the State Depart- P.O. Box 30260 – 00400, Nairobi.
ment’s conference room, Telposta Towers, 18th floor in the presence of the tenderers or their representa-
So as to reach on or before 10.00 am on the Tuesday, April 17, 2018.
tives who choose to attend. Late bids will be returned unopened.

Prices quoted must be net inclusive of VAT and all Government Taxes and must remain valid for one hundred Kindly note the date has been changed from 12th April 2018 to 17th April 2018
twenty (120) days from the opening date of the tender.
All bids must be accompanied by a Bid Security of at least 2% of tender sum in Kenya Shillings. Electronic
The Bid Security/Surety must be from a reputable bank or from a PPRA accredited insurance company, bidding shall not be permitted. Late bids shall be rejected. Bids shall be opened immediately in the Works
shall be valid for one hundred fifty (150) days from tender opening date. Building, Ngong Road, Board Room 9th Floor in the presence of the bidders or bidders representatives
The Government reserves the right to reject any tender giving reasons for the rejection and does not bind itself who choose to attend.
to accept the lowest or any tender.
The Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure, Housing and Urban Development reserves the rights to accept or
reject any tender without giving reasons thereof and does not bind itself to accept the lowest tender.
W. O. Olwalo
For: PRINCIPAL SECRETARY Head of Supply Chain Management Services Unit
For: Principal Secretary, State Department of Infrastructure.
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ISO 9001:2015 CERTIFIED

TENDER REF NO: NSF/SDS/RFP/003/2018 Tender Notice


The Kenya Revenue Authority invites sealed bids from eligible candidates for the following tender:
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR THE PROVISION OF STAFF
REFERENCE ELIGIBILITY CLOSING DATE AND TIME
PENSION SCHEME ADMINISTRATION SERVICES
KRA/HQS/EOI-004/2017-2018: EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR 17TH APRIL, 2018
OPEN
The National Sports Fund (NSF) is a State Corporation established by Sports Act No. 25 of 2013. The WEB-CHECK OUT PAYMENT SERVICES ON iCMS AND iTAX SYSTEM 11.00 AM
Fund is mandated to raise funds through sports lottery, investments and any other legal means, and
disburse the funds for the development of sports and recreation in Kenya. NSF invites applications for Interested eligible candidates may obtain further information and inspect the tender documents with detailed requirements at the
tenders from interested and qualified Staff Pension Scheme Administrators. office of the:
Deputy Commissioner - Supply Chain Management
The Request for Proposal (RFP) includes the following documents; Times Tower Building, 25th Floor,
Section I – Tender Notice P.O Box 48240– 00100 GPO,
Section II – Instructions to Tenderers Tel. +254 020 310900
Section III – General Conditions of Contract Nairobi, Kenya.
Section IV – Special Conditions of Contract website: www.kra.go.ke
Section V – Schedule of Requirements Email :eprocurement@kra.go.ke
Section VI – Description of Services/TORs
Section VII – Standard Forms Tender documents can be downloaded from the KRA website: www.kra.go.ke and Government of Kenya tender portal. Tender
Interested eligible candidates may obtain the tender document at the National Sports Fund Offices Documents submitted after the said date and time shall not be accepted for evaluation irrespective of the circumstances.
located at Upperhill, Flamingo Tower-7th Floor during normal working hours upon payment of a
non-refundable fee of Kshs. 1000 per set of document in cash. The tender can also be downloaded Disclaimer: Taxpayers are notified that KRA will not accept responsibility for payments not received, credited and validated in the relevant Kenya Revenue Authority accounts Contact Centre: +254
FREE OF CHARGE from the Fund’s website http://nationalsportsfund.org/ or www.mygov.go.ke (020) 4 999 999, +254 (0711) 099 999, Email: callcentre@kra.go.ke Complaints & Information Center: +254 (0) 20 281 7700 (Hotline), Email: cic@kra.go.ke

or treasury.supplier.go.ke @KRACare Kenya Revenue Authority Kenya Revenue Authority

CLOSING DATE: 17TH APRIL, 2018 AT 11:00 AM.


Tulipe Ushuru Tujitegemee!

Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure, Housing and


Urban Development

STATE DEPARTMENT FOR HOUSING AND


REPUBLIC OF KENYA
URBAN DEVELOPMENT

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST IN INNOVATIVE BUILDING

WE ARE HIRING
MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY EXHIBITION
Tender No. MTIHUD/HUD/KBRC/37/2017-2018

The State Department for Housing and Urban Development is charged with the responsibility of
facilitating and coordinating the housing sector in Kenya. One of its key functions is to address high
building costs by promoting collaborative research, development and utilization of innovative
building material and technologies.
JOB
TITLE
COMMUNICATION OFFICER (2)
The State Department for Housing intends to hold an Exhibition on Innovative Building Materials
OVERVIEW
and Technologies to sensitize the public on affordable housing solutions. Promotion of affordable
technology will be achieved through affordable material availability, specifications, utilizations, Responsible to Manager, Communications for designated tasks related to designing and implementing
costs, quality and processes. communication, publicity and knowledge management initiatives directed at various internal and external
stakeholder audiences in line with established policies and practices.
In this regard, the State Department for Housing and Urban Development wishes to invite eligible
companies, organizations and individuals dealing in innovative building materials and technologies KEY
DUTIES
AND
RESPONSIBILITIES
for expression of interest in participating in the exhibition. Qualifying firms will be shortlisted to Ÿ Facilitate effective Communication through Agencies and Partners to successfully manage the
participate in the exhibition to be held in a venue to be communicated at a later date. The criteria disbursement and operational cycle process with connecting agencies.
for shortlisting will be based on ideas that depict adequate consideration of environmental Ÿ Develop and produce information and communication materials to support communication activities
sustainability, technological innovations, cost effectiveness, time conscious processes and quality including all publicity materials and publications (such as the newsletters, annual report, posters, fact-
productions. sheets, speeches and brochures.
Ÿ Conduct a proactive media relations programme, including regular liaison and briefings with media
Technical specifications document may be downloaded from www.housingandurban.go.ke or houses to encourage positive coverage for NETFUND and media monitoring.
collected from Ardhi House, 6th floor wing ‘C’ at the Programme Implementation Unit (PIU) Ÿ Assist the Communications Manager in event management and co-ordination for conferences,
Secretariat. Interested firms may obtain further information at the office of the Director, Kenya workshops, special events, presentations, speaking opportunities, lectures, contests, or exhibitions and
Building Research Centre, Transcom House Annex, Ngong Road, Tel: 2723101 Ext. 63220, other related events.
Nairobi during office hours between 0800 - 1300 hrs and 1400 - 1700 hrs. Ÿ Manage NETFUND Website to ensure it is up-to-date and accurate.

Duly completed application documents in plain sealed envelopes clearly marked KEY
DUTIES
AND
RESPONSIBILITIES
“EXPRESSION OF INTEREST IN INNOVATIVE BUILDING MATERIALS AND Ÿ Bachelor’s Degree in Communications or related field.
TECHNOLOGIES EXHIBITION” shall be addressed to: Ÿ Membership to a relevant professional body such as PRSK.
Ÿ Minimum of Four (4) years relevant work experience.
Principal Secretary Ÿ Meet the requirements of Chapter Six (6) of the Constitution of Kenya on Leadership and Integrity.
State Department for Housing and Urban Development
Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure, Housing and Urban Development
P.O. Box 30119 - 00100, NAIROBI

Or deposited in the tender box on 6th floor,


Ardhi House to be received on or before 19th April 2018 at 11.00 a.m.
Applications will be opened in the conference room on 6th floor
Ardhi House and applicants or their representatives may attend the opening. For more information on this role & how to apply, kindly visit the link below:
www.netfund.go.ke
Head, Supply Chain Management Services Please note that the deadline for submission of applications is April
30th,
2018.
For: PRINCIPAL SECRETARY NETFUND is an equal opportunity employer. Any form of canvassing
kbrc@housingandurban.go.ke shall lead to automatic disqualification.
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Of emotional intelligence, dialogue and that handshake


One thing that we can all agree on is show up in such a way that
one connects to people’s core
To aide in the understand-
ing of the emotional intelli-
that the handshake between Kenyatta emotions, accepting them, gence competencies required
and Raila has uplifted the mood in the and being aware of how they for effective leadership, ac-
affect one’s decisions and cording to the Genos Model
country actions. The ability to relate (Genos International Pty
behaviours and challenges Ltd.), self-awareness, aware-
BY PRISCAH OLUOCH out of the division and hatred, of emotional intelligence to ness of others, being authentic
MyGovWeekly with total disregard of how workplace performance is an and trustworthy, emotional
their comments made people immense advantage in build- reasoning, being resilient and

I
am persuaded by the words feel. ing an exceptional team. One being able to influence others
of Maya Angelou who says, The new-found agreement, of the most common factors positively, are fundamental.
“I have learned that people in my assessment, is undoubt- that lead to retention issues is These competencies are also
will forget what you said, peo- edly the most relevant political communication deficiencies critical in supporting leaders
ple will forget what you did, move since the 2008 Accord that create disengagement to perform their leadership
but people will never forget between the former Prime and doubt. functions well. As a country,
how you made them feel.” Minister, Mr. Odinga and the A leader lacking in Emo- we will continue to take up the
Evidently, the meeting be- then President Mwai Kibaki. It challenge particularly through
tween President Uhuru Mui- brings together, an otherwise, tional Intelligence is not able sharing ideas in the leader-
gai Kenyatta and the National torn country. One thing that The ability to be perceptively in to effectively gauge the needs, ship fora created by the Kenya
Super Alliance (NASA) leader
Raila Amolo Odinga on Fri-
we can all agree on is it has up-
lifted the mood in the country
tune with yourself and your emo- wants and expectations of
those they lead. Leaders
School of Government.
Indeed, the School, through
day March 9, 2018 sparked and many people feel so much tions, as well as having sound sit- who react from their emo- her new and revised pro-
varied reactions from around happier to hear them call one tions without filtering them grammes, will ensure that
the country and the world another “my brother”. uational awareness can be a powerful can create mistrust amongst we infuse elements of build-
at large. A majority of lead- Everyone has emotions. It their staff and can seriously ing Emotional Intelligence
ers and residents welcomed is simply a part of our being tool for leading a team. jeopardise their working re- capability in all our trainees.
the resolve of the two leaders human, whether we realise it lationships. That applies to a Emotional Intelligence greatly
to put aside their differences or not. Emotional Intelligence ership. The ability to be per- Effective leaders are aware country’s leadership as well. enhances strategy execution,
and work together to recon- (EI) is a set of skills that help ceptively in tune with yourself of how emotions can have a Reacting with erratic emo- performance management,
struct Kenya, a nation that is us better perceive, understand and your emotions, as well positive or negative effect on tions can be detrimental to project execution, business
responsive to the urgent need and manage emotions in our- as having sound situational one’s ability to inspire and overall culture, attitudes and process improvements, ne-
for prosperity, fairness and selves and in others. Col- awareness can be a powerful lead a team. Many individuals positive feelings toward others gotiation skills, presentation
dignity for all Kenyans. lectively, that helps us make tool for leading a team. The act try to shut off their feelings, in the country, community, skills and certainly the ability
That was a very encouraging intelligent responses to, and of knowing, understanding, but as much as we distort, section, department, organi- to adopt a coaching approach
sign of Emotional Intelligence use of emotions. These skills and responding to emotions, deny, and bury our emotions sation and the overall mission to one’s leadership. Without
(EI) for many Kenyans that are not only important at work overcoming stress in the mo- and memories, we cannot of an institution. Good leaders a reconciliatory approach,
had given up on reconciliation but in our personal lives as ment, and being aware of how ever eliminate them. One can must be self-aware and un- openness to dialogue and a
and were resigned to a divided well. Emotional Intelligence is your words and actions affect learn to be emotionally intel- derstand how their verbal and handshake, Kenya would
country. Some, particularly also widely known to be a key others, is described as emo- ligent and gain the attributes non-verbal communication never achieve the “Big Four”
bloggers, had made a living component of effective lead- tional intelligence. that allow the individual to can affect others. agenda.

P. O. Box 1125-30100, ELDORET, Kenya,Tel: 0788 232 004

OFFICE OF THE VICE-CHANCELLOR


TURKANA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
(A Constituent College of Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology) OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL TENDER NOTICE
P. O. Box 69, Lodwar – 30500, Kenya,
Tel: 0789 399 781 ; 0733120020/2; 0702597361/0,
E-mail: http://www.tuc.ac.ke/ University of Eldoret invites interested and eligible bidders to submit bids for the tenders listed below.

CLOSING &
NO TENDER NO ITEM DESCRIPTION TIME
INVITATION TO TENDER OPENING DATE

Tender for Supply and Delivery of Tuesday, April 11.00 A.M


Turkana University College (TUC) invites bids from eligible bidders for the following tender 1. UoE/ICT/15/2017-2018
Software for ICT 17th , 2018

S/No Description Tender No. Bid Bond Eligibility Closing date 2. UoE/BIO/16/2017-2018
Tender for Supply and Delivery of Tuesday, April 11.00 A.M
Biometric Devices 17th, 2018
1. Supply, Delivery, Assembly, Instal- TUC/ 2% of Open 16th April,
lation and Commissioning of ERP ICT/04/17-18 Tender 2018 Prequalification/Registration of
UoE/PRE-Q/REG/17/2018-2020 Tuesday, April 11.00 A.M
3. Suppliers and Service Providers for the
System. Sum period 2018-2020
17th, 2018

Tender requirements, instructions and complete tender documents may be obtained from the Procurement
upon payment of a non-refundable fee of KShs 1,000/= (Shillings One Thousand only), payable at Kenya Office during normal working hours (Monday-Friday) from 8.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. and from 2.00 p.m. to
Commercial Bank, Lodwar Branch; Account Number 1204387079; account name ‘MMUST Lodwar’ OR 5.00 p.m. upon payment of a non-refundable fee of KES.1000.00 in bankers cheque or direct deposit to the
downloaded from University website http://www.tuc.ac.ke/ free of charge. University of Eldoret Account or be downloaded from the University of Eldoret website www.uoeld.ac.ke or
www.supplier.treasury.go.ke free of charge.
Duly completed Tender documents (Original and Copy) with each page serialized in plain sealed Complete tender documents in plain sealed envelopes clearly marked with Tender Reference number should
envelope, clearly marked with the Tender Name and Tender Number and bearing no indication of the be addressed and delivered to:
bidder should be sent to:
The Ag Principal Vice-Chancellor
Turkana University College University of Eldoret
P.O. BOX 69 P.O Box 1125-30100
Eldoret.
Lodwar - 30500
And be deposited in the Tender Box “A “located at the reception of the Administration Block, University of
OR dropped in the tender box outside the Principal’s office at the Main campus approximately 6km Eldoret so as to be received on or before Tuesday, April 17th, 2018 at 11.00 a.m.
from Lodwar town along Lodwar – Kitale Highway, so as to reach the University College NOT LATER
THAN 10.00 hours on Monday 16th April, 2018. Tenders will be opened immediately thereafter in the presence of bidders/their representatives who choose to
attend at the Forestry Complex Boardroom.
Opening of the documents shall be done immediately thereafter in the presence of the bidders or their
representatives who wish to attend. VICE-CHANCELLOR.

The University reserves the right to accept or reject any tender in whole or part and does not bind
itself to accept the lowest or any bid.
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COUNCIL OF LEGAL EDUCATION


TENDER NOTICE
TENDER NOTICE Tenders are invited from interested and eligible firms/suppliers to submit sealed bids for the following:

Tender number Description Bid security Eligibility Site Visit Closing/


The Council of Legal Education is established under the Legal Educations Act No. 27 of 2012 of the Laws (ksh) Date opening Date
of Kenya (hereinafter the Council). The core functions of the Council is to Regulate Legal Education and NKCC/050/2017-18 Supply and delivery of 50,000.00 Open N/A 30th April 2018 at
Training, to Licence and to Supervise Legal Education providers, Equate and Recognize Foreign Legal a Three Ton forklift 10.00 a.m

Qualifications, Conduct Bar Examination and to Advise the Government on matters relating to Legal NKCC/051/2017-18 Design, Supply, 800,000.00 Open 10th April 30th April 2018 at
Delivery, Installation 2018 10.00 a.m
Education and Training. and Commissioning of
IP CCTV
In order to effectively and efficiently deliver its core mandate, the Council invites eligible and competent NKCC/052/2017-18 Supply, installation 500,000.00 Open 17th. & 18th. 30th April 2018 at
candidates for the following: and commissioning of April 2018 10.00 a.m
CIP system - Kiganjo
Factory
TENDER ITEM ELIGIBILTY CLOSING NKCC/053/2017-18 Supply, installation and 200,000.00 Open 18th. & 19th. 30th April 2018 at
REFERENCE NO. DESCRIPTION DATE AND commissioning of
refrigeration compres-
April 2018 10.00 a.m

TIME sor - Kitale Factory


NKCC/054/2017-18 Supply, installation and 250,000.00 Open 10th. & 11th. 30th April 2018 at
TENDER NO. CLE /RFP/06/ SUPPLY DELIVERY INSTALLA- OPEN 17th April 2018 commissioning of Plate April 2018 10.00 a.m
2017-2018 TION AND IMPLEMENTATION at 1200hrs Heat Exchangers –
OF AN INTEGRATED ENTER- Dandora Factory
PRISE RESOURCE PLANNING NKCC/055/2017-18 Design, supply, 250,000.00 Open 12th. & 13th. 30th April 2018 at
(ERP) SYSTEM installation and April 2018 10.00 a.m
commissioning of Milk
Detailed information is available on the Council’s website www.cle.or.ke or IFMIS portal Chilling Refrigeration
System - Miritini
http://supplier.treasury.go.ke Factory
NKCC/056/2017-18 Supply, installation and 80,000.00 Open 19th. & 20th. 30th April 2018 at
commissioning of April 2018 10.00 a.m
Dr. Jacob K. Gakeri 60kva prime closed
AG. SECRETARY/CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER type generator set-
Kilgoris Plant
COUNCIL OF LEGAL EDUCATION
NKCC/057/2017-18 Supply, installation and 700,000.00 Open 12th. & 13th. 30th April 2018 at
commissioning of a CIP April 2018 10.00 a.m
system - Kitale Factory
NKCC/058/2017-18 Supply, installation 1,500,000.00 Open 19th. & 20th. 30th April 2018 at
and commissioning of April 2018 10.00 a.m
KENPIPE PLAZA,
SEKONDI ROAD, a Milk processing line
OFF NANYUKI ROAD, -Kiganjo Factory
INDUSTRIAL AREA,

KENYA PIPELINE COMPANY LIMITED P.O. Box 73442 - 00200,


NAIROBI, KENYA.
NKCC/059/2017-18 Supply, installation and
commissioning of form
600,000.00 Open 19th. & 20th.
April 2018
30th April 2018 at
10.00 a.m
TELEPHONE: 254-20-2606500 fill seal butter packing
TELEFAX: 54-20-8040188/3540032 machine-Kitale Factory
E-mail: Info@kpc.co.ke
NKCC/060/2017-18 supply, installation and 150,000.00 Open 17th. & 18th. 30th April 2018 at
commissioning of April 2018 10.00 a.m
VACANCIES rotary screw air
compressor and
The Kenya Pipeline Company (KPC) Limited is a State Corporation established under the Companies Act (CAP 486) of dryer-Sotik factory
the Laws of Kenya to provide efficient, reliable, safe and cost effective means of transporting quality oil and gas from
NKCC/061/2017-18 Supply, installation and 800,000.00 Open 18th. & 19th. 30th April 2018 at
source to the customer.
commissioning of an April 2018 10.00 a.m
Pursuant to this objective, the Company is seeking to recruit highly motivated visionary, dynamic and results oriented automatic milk powder
candidates for the following positions: can seaming line
-Kiganjo Factory
NO. Position No. of Vacancies Job Reference Terms
NKCC/062/2017-18 Supply, Installation 500,000.00 Open 12th. & 13th. 30th April 2018 at
1. Senior Legal Officer (Litigation & 1 KPC/ADV/50/2018 Permanent & Pensionable and Commissioning April 2018 10.00 a.m
Compliance), JG 4 (Re-Advertisement) of Aseptic Dosing
2. Senior Food & Beverage Supervisor 1 KPC/ADV/51/2018 Machine – Eldoret
KPC/ADV/52/2018 Factory
3. Executive Chef 1 Three (3) year Contract
4. Head Waiter 1 KPC/ADV/53/2018 (Renewable)
Complete tender documents with detailed information may be obtained from the Office of Head of Procurement, New
5. Pilot, JG 3 1 KPC/ADV/54/2018 KCC Ltd, Dakar Road off Enterprise Road between 9.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m, upon payment of a non-refundable fee
6. Technician (Operations), JG 10 32 KPC/ADV/55/2018 Permanent & Pensionable of Kshs. 1,000/- (Kshs. One Thousand only) per tender document, paid in cash or Bankers Cheque. Prospective
bidders may also download the tender documents from http://supplier.treasury.go.ke free of charge and New KCC
Suitably qualified candidates should apply in confidence indicating the Job Reference No. on both the application and Website (www.newkcc.co.ke). Bidders are required to send/e-mail their names and contact details to:
envelope and send to the address below enclosing CVs with full details of education background, professional qualifica- info@newkcc.co.ke.
tions and attach copies of certificates, relevant testimonials and National ID. Applications may be deposited at our Head
Office, Kenpipe Plaza on ground floor in the APPLICATION BOX or posted to: Tenders must be accompanied by a Bid Security as specified above. The bid security should be valid for 120 days from
THE MANAGING DIRECTOR the tender closing/opening date and in form of either bank guarantee, cash, Insurance Company Guarantee, a
Kenya Pipeline Company Limited Letter of Credit, or Guarantee by a Deposit taking Microfinance Institution, Sacco Society, the Youth Enterprise
P.O. Box 73442, 00200 Development Fund or the Women Enterprise Fund.
NAIROBI.
Completed tender documents in plain sealed envelope clearly marked with Tender Number and Description should be
Candidates interested in the position of Pilot, Job Group 3 are expected to fulfil the requirements of Chapter Six of the
Constitution of Kenya. Specifically, those applying for the position of the Pilot must obtain and submit with their addressed to:
application copies of the following; The Managing Director
New KCC Ltd
(i) Certificate of Good Conduct from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations P.O. Box 30131-00100 Nairobi
(ii) Clearance Certificate from Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) To be received not later than 10.00 a.m on the closing /opening date shown above.
(iii) Tax Compliance Certificate from Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA)
(iv) Clearance from the Ethics & Anti-corruption Commission (EACC)
(v) Clearance from Credit Reference Bureau (CRB) MANAGING DIRECTOR

All applications should be received not later than Tuesday 5.00pm on 17th April 2018

Kenya Pipeline Company is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and


gender equality. Women and persons with disability are encouraged to apply.
Life’s goodness everyday!
Life’s goodness everyday!
@kenyapipeline Kenya Pipeline Company
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Mobile: 0775071854 EGERTON
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DIVISION OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS


NJORO CAMPUS
SELF-SPONSORED CERTIFICATE, DIPLOMA AND DEGREE PROGRAMMES FOR SEPTEMBER 2018 INTAKE
Applications are invited for the following academic programmes for September 2018 at the Njoro Campus. Criteria for admission and fees structure are detailed at the University website- www.egerton.ac.ke.

NO. PROGRAMME MINIMUM REQIREMENTS TUITION FEE COURSE MODE OF STUDY 10. Bachelor of The Candidate must have scored a 120,000/= per 4 years Full-time Njoro
DURATION STUDY CENTRES Science in Dairy Minimum Grade of C+ and a C+ in year Campus
Technology and English, Mathematics, Chemistry and
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE Management Biology.
OR
1. Diploma in KCSE Grade C with 16,000/= per 3 years Full time Njoro Diploma with credit and above in
Horticulture • C in English/Kiswahili year for Regular Campus Dairy and/or Food Science and/or
• C in Math/physics & 70,000/= per Technology or equivalent from an in-
• C in Biology or C in Agriculture year for Self stitution recognized by Egerton
• C in Chemistry or C In Physical Sponsored
Sciences or Certificate in Agriculture, 11. Bachelor of An aggregate score of KCSE Grade B- 125,000 per year 4 years Full-time Njoro
or fields related to Agriculture from Agribusiness i. Mininum of B- in Mathematics, Campus
Colleges recognized by Egerton Management B- in either English or Kiswahili and
University, with at least a credit or its B- in Chemistry and B- in Biology or
equivalent. B- in Biological Sciences.

2. Diploma in KSCE Grade C with At Least Grade C 70,000/= per 3 years Full time Njoro ii. An added advantage will be given
Livestock In Language Subjects (English / year Campus to applicants who have passed
Resources Swahili), & Three Science Subjects with at least a C+ grade pass in
Management (Biology, Chemistry Or Physical Business, Agriculture or related
Science), Maths or Physics studies.
Alternatively a Credit Pass Certificate OR
in Agriculture, Animal Health, Range iii. Admission may be granted to
management or its equivalent. outstanding diploma holders
who have passed with distinc-
3. Diploma in Dairy The candidate must have scored a 16,000/= per 3 years Full-time Njoro
tion, Credit or equivalent in
Technology minimum grade of C and C grade in year for Regular Campus
management, farm management
English, Mathematics, Biology and & 70,000/= per
or other discipline recognized by
Chemistry. year for Self
the Egerton University Senate.
OR Sponsored.
Posses a Certificate in Dairy 12. Bachelor of i. Minimum of B- in Mathematics, 125,000 per year 4 years Full-time Njoro
Technology with a Credit and above Science in B- in either English or Kiswahili, Campus
level pass. Agricultural B-in Chemistry and B- in Biology
Economics or Biological Sciences.
4. Diploma in Farm i). An aggregate score of KCSE 16,000/= per 3 years Full-time Njoro
ii. An added advantage will be given
Resource Grade C or KACE/EACE Division II year for Regular Campus
to applicants who have passed
Management or equivalent; & 70,000/= per
with at least a C+ grade pass in
ii). Individual score KCSE Grade C or year for Self
Agriculture, Business or related
Credit (KACE/EACE) in each of Sponsored
studies.
the following subjects; English
OR
or Kiswahili, Mathematics,
iii. Admission may be granted to
Physics, Chemistry or Physical
outstanding diploma holders
science, Biology or Biological
who have passed with
Science.
distinction, Credit or equivalent
5. Bachelor of KCSE grade C+ with 120,000/= per 4 years Full-time Njoro in management, farm manage-
Science in C+ in Mathematics, C+ in English year Campus ment or other discipline
Agriculture C+ in Biology, C+ in Biology or B in recognized by the Egerton
Biological Sciences, C+ in Chemistry University Senate.
or B in Physical Sciences
13. Master of Science • BSc in Horticulture with upper 370,300/= 2 years Full-time Njoro
OR
in Horticulture second class honors for 2 years Campus
A CREDIT, or its equivalent, in Diplo-
• BSc in Agricultural sciences with
ma in Horticulture or Agriculture or
upper second class honors or
related fields from a University or
GPA of 3 out of 4
College recognized by the Egerton
University 14. Master of Science BSc Agriculture with upper second 370,300/= 2 years Full-time Njoro
in Agronomy class honors or GPA of 3 out of 4 for 2 years Campus
6. Bachelor of KCSE grade C+ with 120,000/= per 4 years Full-time Njoro
Science in • C+ in Biology/Biological Sciences year Campus 15. Master of Science BSc Agriculture with upper second 370,300/= 2 years Full-time Njoro
Horticulture • C+ in Chemistry or B- in Physical in Crop Protection class honors or GPA of 3 out of 4 for 2 years Campus
Sciences , C+ in Mathematics
OR 16. Master of Science BSC Agriculture with upper second 370,300/= 2 years Full-time Njoro
A CREDIT, or its equivalent, in in Soil Science class honors or GPA of 3 out of 4 for 2 years Campus
Diploma in Horticulture or Agricul-
ture or related fields from a University 17. Master of Science BSc Agriculture with upper second 370,300/= 2 years Full-time Njoro
or College recognized by the Egerton in Plant breeding class honors or GPA of 3 out of 4 for 2 years Campus
University
18. Master of Science BSc in any plant based disciplines 370,300/= 2 years Full-time Njoro
7. Bachelor Science KCSE grade C+ with 120,000/= per 4 years Full-time Njoro in Plant with upper second class honors or for 2 years Campus
in Soil Environ- C+ Mathematics or physics or year Campus Biotechnology GPA of 3 out of 4
ment and Land geography, C+ in English or Kiswahili
19. Master of Science BSc Agriculture with upper second 370,300/= 2 years Full-time Njoro
use Management C+ Biology, C+ Chemistry
in Dry land class honors or GPA of 3 out of 4 for 2 years Campus
OR
Agro-pastoral
A CREDIT, or its equivalent, in
systems
Diploma in Horticulture or Agricul-
ture or related fields from a University 20. Master of Science BSc Agriculture with upper second 370,300/= 2 years Full-time Njoro
or College recognized by the Egerton in Dry Land class honors or GPA of 3 out of 4 for 2 years Campus
University Intergraded Land
Management
8. Bachelor of A minimum of KSCE mean Grade C+ 120,000/= per 4 years Full-time Njoro
Systems
Science in Animal in English or Kiswahili and C+ in year Campus
Science and Biology or Agriculture,, Chemistry 21. Master of Science BSc Agriculture with upper second 370,300/= 2 years Full-time Njoro
Technology and Mathematics or Physics. in Dryland class honors or GPA of 3 out of 4 for 2 years Campus
OR Farming
A credit pass at Diploma level in
Animal Production or Animal Health 22. Master of Science BSc/BA in Agricultural/biological 370,300/= 2 years Full-time Njoro
related areas. in Agricultural sciences, communication, library, for 2 years Campus
Information and computer, development studies with
9. Bachelor of The Candidate must have scored a 120,000/= per 4 years Full-time Njoro Communication upper second class honors or GPA
Science in Food Minimum Grade of C+ and a C+ in year Campus Management of 3 out of 4
Science and English, Mathematics, Chemistry and
Technology Biology. 23. Master of Science An Upper Second Class in Bsc Animal 370,300/= 2 years Full-time Njoro
OR in Animal Production , Animal Science or for 2 years Campus
Diploma with credit and above in Nutrition Related Agricultural Science Course.
Dairy and/or Food Science and/or Those With Lower 2nd class and
Technology or equivalent from an relevant experience will also be con-
institution recognized by Egerton sidered.
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24. Master of Science An Upper second class in BSc Animal 370,300/= 2 years Full-time Njoro 38. Doctor of Master of Science Degree with a 732,200 for 3 years Coursework Njoro
in Animal Breed- Production, Animal Science or relat- for 2 years Campus Philosophy in thesis in Animal Production, Animal 3 years. and Thesis Campus
ing & Genetics ed Agricultural Science courses. Animal Breeding Breeding & Genetics, Animal Nutri-
Those With Lower 2nd class and rele- and Genomics tion, Livestock Production Systems or
vant experience will also be related Agricultural Science course.
considered.
39. Doctor of Master of Science Degree with a 732,200 for 3 years Coursework Njoro
25. Master Science in An Upper second class in BSc Animal 370,300/= 2 years Full-time Njoro Philosophy in thesis in Animal Production, Animal 3 years. and Thesis Campus
Livestock Produc- Production, Animal Science or relat- for 2 years Campus Livestock Breeding & Genetics, Animal Nutri-
tion Systems ed Agricultural Science courses. Production tion, Livestock Production Systems or
Those With Lower 2nd class and Systems related Agricultural Science course.
relevant experience will also be con-
sidered. 40. Doctor of Holders of an MSc degree with thesis 732,200 for 3 years Coursework Njoro
Philosophy in and with at least B grade or equiv- 3 years. and Thesis Campus
26. Master of Science Bachelor of Science degree with at 370,300/= 2 years Full-time Njoro Food Science and alent pass in the relevant subjects
in Food Science least an Upper Second Class Honours for 2 years Campus Technology from Egerton University or any other
and Technology or its equivalent in Dairy or Food University recognized by the Egerton
Science and/or Technology, or in a University Senate.
recognized field of Biological,
Chemical and Agricultural Science. 41. Doctor of i) The common regulations for the 732,200 for 3 years Coursework Njoro
Philosophy in Doctorate degree as specified in the 3 years. and Thesis Campus
27. Master of Science At least a BSc. degree with at least an 370,300/= 2 years Full-time Njoro Agribusiness Egerton University Statutes shall be
in Agribusiness Upper Second Class Honours for 2 years Campus Management applicable;
Management degree in Agribusiness Manage-
ment/ Agricultural Economics or ii) The programme shall be open to
other related degrees from Egerton Holders of MSc. in Agricultural Eco-
University or equivalent in recognized nomics, Agribusiness Management,
institutions. Candidates with second Economics, and other related fields
class lower division with at least two from Egerton University or any other
years of relevant experience may be university recognized by Egerton
considered. University Senate;
28. Master of Science Candidates for the MSc. programme 370,300/= 2 years Full-time Njoro
iii) Candidates from the related fields
in Agricultural in Agricultural Economics and relat- for 2 years Campus
who the department deems to be
Economics ed disciplines are required to have
weak in specific fields of study will
at least a Upper Second Honours
be required to undertake remedial
Class degree in Agricultural Econom-
courses in the relevant areas which
ics/ Agribusiness Management from
the Departmental Curriculum Com-
Egerton University or equivalent
mittee shall prescribe as necessary;
institutions.
Candidates with second class lower
iv) Candidates must include a
division with at least two years of rel-
concept note of the proposed
evant experience may be considered.
research project.
29. Master of Science Bachelor of Science degree with 370,300/= 2 years Full-time Njoro
42. Doctor of i) The common regulations for the 732,200 for 3 years Coursework Njoro
in Agricultural at least an Upper Second Class for 2 years Campus
Philosophy in Doctorate degree as specified in the 3 years. and Thesis Campus
and Applied Eco- Honours or its equivalent from
Agricultural Egerton University Statutes shall be
nomics (CMAAE) any agri-related field from Egerton
Economics applicable;
University or recognized institution
of higher learning.
ii) The programme shall be open to
Any missing prerequisites will be
Holders of MSc. in Agricultural Eco-
acquired prior to entry through
nomics, Agribusiness Management,
courses offered by the collaborating
Economics, and other related fields
departments and other reputable
from Egerton University or any other
institutions within and outside the
university recognized by Egerton Uni-
University.
versity Senate;
30. Master of Science i. Admission shall be offered to 370,300/= 2 years Full-time Njoro
in Agri-Enterprise holders of Bachelor’s degree for 2 years Campus iii) Candidates from the related
Development (Second Class Honors- upper fields who the department deems to
Division) or above from Egerton be weak in specific fields of study will
University or an institution be required to undertake remedial
recognized by Egerton University courses in the relevant areas which
in Agribusiness Management, the Departmental Curriculum Com-
Agricultural Economics, mittee shall prescribe as necessary;
BA-Economics, Bachelor of
Commerce, or other-related iv) Candidates must include a con-
Agricultural disciplines. cept note of the proposed research
project.
ii. Applicants with Lower Second
Class honours in the above NO. PROGRAMME MINIMUM REQIREMENTS TUITION FEE COURSE MODE OF STUDY
mentioned disciplines may also DURATION STUDY CENTRES
be admitted if they have two years
of relevant work experience. FACULTY OF ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
CERTIFICATE COURSES
iii. As at application, the candidate
will be required to submit a 1. Certificate in Minimum KCSE ‘O’ level qualification Kshs.3,000/= 3 months Part-time Njoro
one-page statement on his/her Performing Arts Campus
motivation to establish a viable 2. Certificate in Minimum KCSE ‘O’ level qualification Kshs.3,000/= 3 months Part-time
agri-enterprise. Chinese Language
31. Doctor of MSc in Horticulture or its equivalent 732,200 for 3 3 years Coursework Njoro 3. Certificate in Minimum KCSE ‘O’ level qualification Kshs.3,000/= 3 months Part-time Njoro Cam-
Philosophy in years. and Thesis Campus Japanese pus/Nak-
Horticulture Language uru Town
32. Doctor of Philoso- MSc in Agriculture or its equivalent 732,200 for 3 3 years Coursework Njoro Campus
phy in Agronomy with class honors or GPA of 3 out years. and Thesis Campus 4. Certificate in Minimum KCSE ‘O’ level qualification Kshs. 3,000/= 3 Months Part-time Njoro Cam-
of 4 French Language pus/Nak-
33. Doctor of Phi- 732,200 for 3 3 years Coursework Njoro uru Town
losophy in Crop years. and Thesis Campus Campus
Protection 5. Certificate in Minimum KCSE ‘O’ level qualification Kshs. 50,000/= 6 months Part-time Njoro Cam-
34. Doctor of Philos- 732,200 for 3 3 years Coursework Njoro Records, Archives pus/Nak-
ophy in Dryland years. and Thesis Campus & Information uru Town
Farming Science Campus

35. Doctor of Phi- 732,200 for 3 3 years Coursework Njoro


losophy in Plant years. and Thesis Campus
PEACE, SECURITY AND SOCIAL STUDIES
Breeding
1. Diploma in Certificate in Library, Records Kshs. 70,000/= 3 years Full time Nakuru
36. Doctor of Phi- Master of Science Degree in Soil 732,200 for 3 3 years Coursework Njoro
Library & Management or equivalent from a per year Town
losophy in Soil Science, Agricultural Sciences or years. and Thesis Campus
Information recognized institution Campus
Science related discipline.
Science ii. Or K.C.S. E. Grade C with an
37. Doctor of Philos- Master of Science Degree with a 732,200 for 3 3 years Coursework Njoro additional
ophy in Animal thesis in Animal Production, Animal years. and Thesis Campus
2. Bachelor of Arts C+ or C plain with Diploma (Credit 100,000/= per 4 years E-learning E-CAMPUS
Nutrition Breeding & Genetics, Animal
in Criminology in relevant field) year Full-Time NCC/ NTC/
Nutrition, Livestock Production
and Security Evening Njoro (Reg-
Systems or related Agricultural
Studies Weekend ular)
Science course.
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3. Master of Arts in Second Class honors, Upper Division 330,300/= for 2 2 years Full time Njoro/NCC/ LANGUAGES, LITERATURE AND LINGUISTICS
Community years Evening
Development and 16. B.Sc. in Library i). Kenya Certificate of Secondary 100,000/= per 4 years Full time NTCC
Project Planning) & Information Education (KCSE) or equivalent, with year
Science at least minimum of C+ mean grade.
4. Master of Arts Second Class honors, Upper Division 330,300/= for 2 2 years Evening NCC ii). Or K.C.S. E. grade C OR Diploma in
in Criminology & years Weekend NTCC Library OR Record Management
Criminal Justice E-Learning E-Campus
17. B.A. in Communi- i) Candidate must have obtained a 100,000/= per 4 years Full time NTCC
5. Master of Arts in Second Class honors, Upper Division 330,300/= for 2 2 years Evening NCC/NTCC cation and Media minimum score of B- in English or year
Security years Weekend Kiswahili
Management E-Learning
ii. Diploma or equivalent of ‘‘Credit’’
6. Doctor of Philoso- Sociology and related fields 732,200 for 3 3 years Course work Njoro level Or Higher Dip in Communica-
phy in Sociology years and Thesis Campus tion/Media from recognized institu-
tion
PHILOSOPHY, HISTORY AND RELIGION
7. Bachelor of Arts • Applicants must satisfy the 100,000/= per 4 years Full time Njoro iii. Candidate will also be admitted
BA (History & general University requirements. year Campus in the BA (Comm. & Media) program
International • Applicants must have taken depending on prior academic qualifi-
Studies). History and Government in cations and work experience relevant
Kenya Certificate of Secondary to Communication and Media
Education and obtained grade
18. Masters in Library Bachelor of Library & Information 330,300/= for 2 2 years Coursework, Njoro
C+ or above.
& Information Science OR Bachelor of Archives & years Examination campus
• Applicants must have obtained
Science Records Mgt. and Thesis
minimum grade of C+ and
above in KCSE. 19. Master of Arts Bachelor of Library & Information 330,300/= for 2 2 years Coursework, NTCC
• Applicants with a Diploma in in Knowledge Science OR Bachelor of Archives & years Examination
the Arts are eligible for Admissi- Management Records Mgt. and Thesis
on provided that they passed
with a “Credit” or Higher. 20. Master of Arts in Bachelor’s Upper Second Class 330,300/= for 2 2 years Coursework, NTCC
• Additionally, they must have Journalism and Honour, degree for an accredited years Examination
obtained at least a “Credit “in Mass Communi- University. Those with a Lower and Thesis
History cation Second Class degree must have at
least two years of media-related
8. Bachelor of Arts • Applicants must have Kenya 100,000/= per 4 years Full time Njoro experience to qualify for admission.
(Sociology & Certificate of Secondary year Campus Those with a higher National
Religion Education (or equivalent) with Diploma in media Technology are
passes in grade C+ in the social required to have done the designat-
Sciences subjects; ed 24 C.F. Pre-Masters course in
OR order to qualify for admission.
• Advanced level or equivalent
with one of the following ECONOMICS
combinations:
Principal passes in Religious 21. B.Sc. Economics & Must have certified the University Kshs. 100,000/= 4 years Full time Njoro, Na-
Studies and/or History/ or Statistics minimum entry requirement C+ per year kuru Town
Social Education and Ethics. aggregate and in addition have Math- Campus,
A Subsidiary pass in Religious ematics B (Minus) or Have Mathe- Nairobi City
Studies and/or English/or Social matics C (Plus) BUT has additionally Campus
Education and Ethics. scored Minimum B(Plain) in either
Economics, commerce or business
• Holders of relevant diplomas studies in “O” Levels.
with credit pass or better from
recognized institutions will be 22. BA Economics & Must have certified the University Kshs.100,000/= 4 years Full time Njoro,
considered. Sociology minimum entry requirement C+ per year Nairobi City
aggregate and in addition have Math- Campus
9. Bachelor of Arts • Applicants must satisfy the 100,000/= per 4 years Full time Njoro ematics B (Minus) or Have Mathe-
in History & general minimum entry year Campus matics C(Plus) BUT has additionally
Economics) Requirements for admission scored Minimum B(Plain) in either
into the University. Economics, commerce or business
• Additionally, applicants must studies in “O” Levels.
have obtained at least a C+
(Plus) in Mathematics/ 23. BA Economics & Must have certified the University Kshs.100,000/= 4 years Full time Njoro
Economics/Commerce/ History minimum entry requirement C+ per year
Accounting, and History and aggregate and in addition have Math-
Government in the KCSE, or its ematics B (Minus) or Have Mathe-
equivalent. matics C (Plus) BUT has additionally
• Students without the above scored Minimum B(Plain) in either
qualifications will be required to Economics, commerce or business
take bridging courses in either studies in “O” Levels.
of the two disciplines.
24. BA (with Must have certified the University Kshs.100,000/= 4 years Full time Njoro
• Holders of A-level certificates
Economics as one minimum entry requirement C+ ag- per year
must have at least principal
of the subjects) gregate and in addition have Math-
Passes in the two disciplines.
ematics B (Minus) or Have Mathe-
10. Master of Arts • B.A, 2nd Class Upper Division in 330,300/= for 2 years Coursework, Njoro matics C (Plus) BUT has additionally
(History) History, or 2nd Class Honours 2 years Examination campus scored Minimum B(Plain) in either
Lower Division, with minimum and Thesis Economics, commerce or business
of two-year work experience. studies in “O” Levels.

11. Master of Arts • B.A , 2nd Class Upper Division 330,300/= for 2 years Coursework, Njoro 25. Master of Arts Minimum Upper Second Class 330,300/= for 2 2 years Coursework, Nakuru
(Religious in Religious Studies, or 2nd 2 years Examination campus Economics (Hons.) in BA in Economics, B.Sc. Ag- years Examination Town
Studies) Class Honours Lower Division, and Thesis ricultural Economics or any relevant and Thesis Campus
with minimum of two-year work Under-graduate degree as approved (September
experience. by Egerton University Senate. only)

12. Master of Arts • B.A , 2nd Class Upper Division 330,300/= for 2 years Coursework, Njoro FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES
(Philosophy) in Philosophy, or 2nd Class 2 years Examination campus
Honours Lower Division, and Thesis
NO. PROGRAMME MINIMUM REQIREMENTS TUITION FEE COURSE MODE OF STUDY
with minimum of two-year work DURATION STUDY CENTRES
experience.
1. Bachelor of Mean grade B+(plus) 400,000/= per 6 years Full time Year 1, 2 &3
13. Doctor of Philoso- • M.A Degree in the specific 732,200 for 3 years Coursework, Njoro Medicine and Cluster: B+ in English/Kiswahili, year Njoro Main
phy in History discipline of History and as 3 years Examination campus Bachelor of Sur- Mathematics/Physics, Biology and campus
specified in the relevant and Thesis gery(MBChB Chemistry
University Statute. The appli - or Year 4-6
cant must submit a draft Diploma in Clinical Medicine with at Faculty of
proposal acceptable to the least a Credit pass Health Sci-
Department. ences Na-
kuru town
14. Doctor of Philoso- • M.A in Religious studies and as 732,200 for 3 years Coursework, Njoro Milimani
phy in Religion specified in the relevant 3 years Examination campus
University Statute. The appli - and Thesis 2. Bachelor of Mean grade B-(minus) 200,000/= per 4 years Full time Year 1 &2
cant must submit a draft Science Clinical Cluster: B- in English/Kiswahili, year Njoro Main
research proposal acceptable to Medicine Mathematics/Physics, Biology and campus
the Department. Chemistry Year 3-4
Faculty of
15. Doctor of Philoso- • M.A in Philosophy and as 732,200 for 3 years Coursework, Njoro Health Sci-
phy in Philosophy specified in the relevant 3 years Examination campus ences Na-
University Statute. The and Thesis kuru town
applicant must submit a draft Milimani
research proposal acceptable to
the Department.
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Fax: (051) 2217881 KENYA.
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3. Bachelor of Mean grade C+(plus) 200,000/= per 4 years Full time Year 1 &2 DEPT. OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Science in Cluster: C+ in English/Kiswahili, year Njoro Main
Nursing Mathematics/Physics, Biology and campus 4.. Master of At least second class honours 302,300/= for 2 2 years Full-time Nakuru
Chemistry Science in Human (Upper Division). years Coursework Town
Year 3-4 Resource Man- Candidates with second class Examination Campus and
Faculty of agement honours (Lower Division) and at and Thesis Nairobi City
Health least 2 years relevant experience. Campus
Sciences
Nakuru DEPT. ACCOUNTING, FINANCE & MGT. SCIENCE
town
Milimani 5. Master of At least Second Class Honours (Up- 302,300/= for 2 2 years Full-time Nakuru
Business Admin- per Division) in any of the following years Coursework Town
4. Bachelor of Mean grade C+(plus) 120,000/= per 4 years Full time Njoro Main istration (MBA) areas; Finance, Accounting, Oper- Examination Campus and
Science in Food, Cluster: C+ in English/Kiswahili, year Campus ations Management, Management and Thesis Nairobi City
Nutrition & Mathematics/Physics, Biology and Information Systems, Project Man- Campus
Dietetics Chemistry agement, Human Resource Manage-
Or ment, Operations Management, Stra-
Diploma in Food Nutrition with at tegic Management, Entrepreneurship
least a Credit pass from a recognized and Small Business Management.
institution. Candidates with second class hon-
ours (Lower Division) and at least 2
5. Master of Science Upper Second Class Honours degree 370,300/= for 2 2 years Full time Njoro Main years relevant experience in the areas
in Nutritional or equivalent in Foods, Nutrition & years Coursework Campus above.
Sciences Dietetics or related programme from Examination
an institution recognized by Egerton and Thesis 6. MBA, Procure- At least Second Class Honours (Up- 302,300/= for 2 2 years Full-time Nakuru
University. ment & Supply per Division). years Coursework Town
Chain Manage- Candidates with Second Class Hon- Examination Campus and
6. Doctor of Philoso- MSc. in Nutritional Sciences or any 732,200 for 3 3 years Full time Njoro Main ment ours (Lower Division) and at least 2 and Thesis Nairobi City
phy in Nutritional other related course years Coursework Campus years relevant experience. Campus
Sciences Examination
and Thesis 7. Doctor of Philos- (i) The common regulations for 732,200/= for 3 3 years Course work Nakuru
ophy in Business the Doctorate degree as specified in years Examination Town
INSTITUTE OF WOMEN, GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT STUDIES Management the Egerton University Statutes shall and Thesis Campus and
be applicable: Nairobi City
NO. PROGRAMME MINIMUM REQIREMENTS TUITION FEE COURSE MODE OF STUDY Campus
DURATION STUDY CENTRES (ii) The programme shall be open
to holders of MBA, M.Sc. (Human
1. Certificate in Target Groups Practitioners in Kshs. 15,600/= 2 weeks April, August Njoro Main Resource Mgt.) MBA (Procurement
Gender, Poverty & community Dev., NGOs Agencies & & December Campus & Supply Chain Management) and
Development Community Focused projects run by other related fields from Egerton
religious organizations & Form four University or any other university
leavers KCSE C- or equivalent recognized by Egerton University
Senate.
2. Diploma in 1. KCSE Mean Grade C with C in Kshs. 70,000 /= 3 years Fulltime/ Nakuru
Gender, Poverty & the following. English, or any per year Evening/ Town
(iii) Candidates must include
Development group 2, 3, 4 or 5 Weekends Campus
concept note for the proposed
Self- spon-
research project.
2. Certificate in Gender, Poverty sored
and Development with at least FACULTY OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY STUDIES
a Credit.
NO. PROGRAMME MINIMUM REQIREMENTS TUITION FEE COURSE MODE OF STUDY
3. Bachelor of Arts 1. KCSE Mean Grade C+ (plus) Kshs. 100,000/= 4 years Full-time/ Njoro Main
in Gender, per year Evening/ Nakuru DURATION STUDY CENTRES
Development 2. Diploma in Gender & Develop- Weekends Town
DIPLOMA
Studies ment Studies Campus
Nairobi City 1. Diploma in Candidates must have passed the KShs 70,000 per 3 years Fulltime Njoro
Campus Education Arts KCSE with minimum mean grade of year Campus,
Following are the at least C+ and a minimum C+ in the
4. Post Graduate 1st degree in any discipline or Kshs.173,400/= 1 year Part-Time Njoro Main
available subject preferred Teaching subjects. Nakuru
Diploma in Diploma may be considered April, August Nakuru
combinations:- Town
Gender and & December Town
• English/ Campus
Development Campus
Literature College
Nairobi City
• Kiswahili/Reli - (NTCC),
Campus
gious Studies
5. Masters in Related First degree (Upper Second) 1st year 2 years Full-time/ Njoro Main • Kiswahili/
Gender and or Lower Second with at least two Kshs. 168,400/= Evening/ Campus History
Development years experience 2nd year Weekends Nakuru • Kiswahili/
Studies Kshs.161,400/= and E-Learn- Town Geography
ing Campus • History/
Coursework Nairobi City Religious
Examination Campus Studies
and Thesis • History/
Geography
6. Ph.D in Gender Related Masters Degree 732,200 for 3years Full- time/ Njoro Main • Geography/
and Development 3 years part time Campus Religious
Studies Coursework Studies
Examination Nakuru • Mathematics/
and Thesis Town Business studies
Campus • Mathematics/
Geography
FACULTY OF COMMERCE
2. Diploma in Candidates must have passed the KShs 70,000 per 3 years Fulltime Njoro
NO. PROGRAMME MINIMUM REQIREMENTS TUITION FEE COURSE MODE OF STUDY Agricultural KCSE with mean grade of at least year Campus
DURATION STUDY CENTRES Education and C+ or its equivalent and must have
Extension passed with a minimum of C grades
1. a) Diploma in C in KCSE, Div III OR Equivalent Kshs.72,000 per 3 years Day/Full- Nakuru in English or Kiswahili and at least C+
Procurement and qualification; C- in Mathematics, year Time & Town in the following subjects:-
Supply Chain English/Kiswahili or Credit at Evening Campus Agriculture, Biology/Biological Sci-
Management Certificate in the relevant areas from College, ence, Chemistry/Physical Science
Institutions recognized by Egerton Mathematics C, Physics or
b) Diploma in University; or holder of Accounting Nairobi City Geography C
Business Technician cert, (ATC – Final level) Campus OR
Management Holders of a certificate in agriculture
or related fields from institutions rec-
c) Diploma in ognized by Egerton University. The
Human Resource certificate must be at Credit level or
Management above.

2.. Bachelor of KCSE grade C+ with 100,000 per year 4 years Full-time Nakuru DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION AND EXTENSION
Commerce C+ in Mathematics Town
C+ in English Campus and 3. Bachelor of Candidates must have passed the Ksh 125,000/= 4 years Full-Time Njoro
C+ in Kiswahili Nairobi City Science (Agricul- KCSE mean grade of at least C+ and per year Part-Time Campus
CREDIT or its equivalent in Diploma Campus tural Education & minimum grades as shown in each
in Business Management or related Extension) of the following subjects: Agriculture
fields from a University or College C+, Biology C+ or Biological Sciences
recognized by Egerton University. B+, Chemistry C+ or Physical Scienc-
es B+, Mathematics C+, Physics or
3.. Bachelor of KCSE grade C+ with 100,000 per year 4 years Full-time Nakuru Geography C+, OR
Procurement and C+ in Mathematics Town Diploma with credit or above in Ag-
Supply Chain C+ in English Campus and ricultural Education and Extension
Management C+ in Kiswahili Nairobi City or related field from recognized Col-
CREDIT or its equivalent in Diploma Campus leges and Universities with credit.
in Business Management or related Those with a Pass must have at least
fields from a University or College two years work experience in rele-
recognized by Egerton University. vant fields.
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4. Master of Science Candidates must have at least an 330,300/= for 2 2 years Full-Time Njoro 17. Bachelor of The applicant has to meet the Ken- 100,000/= per 3 years Part-Time/ Njoro, Na-
(Agricultural Upper 2nd Class Honours Degree in years Part-Time Campus Education (Arts) ya Universities and Colleges Central year Full-time kuru Town,
Education) Agricultural Education and Extension Coursework Placement Services (KUCCPS) re- Nairobi City
or its equivalent. Holders of lower Examination quirements or Mean grade of C+ and campuses
class honour may be admitted if they and Thesis above at KCSE with grades C+ and
have at least two years of relevant above in cluster subjects or Relevant
experience. A- level pass (at least 2 principles) or
S1 or Diploma in Education from rec-
5. Master of Science Candidates must have at least an 330,300/= for 2 2 years Full-Time Njoro ognized institutions or S1 who have
(Agricultural Upper 2nd Class Honours Degree in years Part-Time Campus taught for at least 2 years or Diploma
Extension) Agricultural Education and Extension Coursework in Education or its equivalent from
or its equivalent. Holders of lower Examination recognized institutions.
class honour may be admitted if they and Thesis
have at least two years of relevant 18. Bachelor of The applicant has to meet the Ken- 110,000/= per 4 years Full-time/ Njoro
experience. Education ya Universities and Colleges Central year Part-Time campus
(Science) Placement Services (KUCCPS) re-
6. Ph.D in Agri- Master’s degree in any of the natural 732,200/= for 3 3 Years Full-Time Njoro quirements or Mean grade of C+ and
cultural and or social sciences in agricultural or Part-Time Campus above at KCSE with grades C+ and
Rural Innovations rural development – related fields, Coursework above in cluster subjects or Relevant
Studies at least two years in working expe- Examination A- level pass (at least 2 principles)
rience in agriculture related fields, a and Thesis orS1 or Diploma in Education from
research concept paper. Applicants recognized institutions or S1 who
with at least one year’s internship have taught for at least 2 years or Di-
with organizations engaged in ploma in Education or its equivalent
Agricultural and Rural Development from recognized institutions.
(ARD) will be considered.
19. Master of Holders of B.Ed with at least 2nd 330,300/= for 2 4 years Full-time/ Njoro,
7. Ph.D in Agricul- Master’s degree in Agricultural 732,200/= for 3 3 Years Full-Time Njoro Education class honours from Egerton Univer- years Part-Time Nairobi City
tural Education Education and a research concept Part-Time Campus (Curriculum & sity or any other recognised institu- campuses
paper. Coursework Instruction) tion or a lower second class B.Ed.
Examination honours degree and 2 years relevant
and Thesis work experience or a BSc/BA general
and a Post Graduate Diploma in Ed-
8. Ph.D in Agricul- Master’s degree in Agricultural 732,200/= for 3 3 Years Full-Time Njoro
ucation from a recognised university.
tural Extension Extension and a research concept Part-Time Campus
paper. Coursework 20. Master of Holders of B.Ed with at least 2nd 330,300/= for 2 2 years Full-time/ Njoro
Examination Education class honours from Egerton Univer- years Part-Time campus
and Thesis (Science Educa- sity or any other recognised institu-
tion) tion or
DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT STUDIES a lower second class B.Ed. honours
degree and 2 years relevant work ex-
9. Bachelor of Candidates must have passed the Ksh 110,000/= 4 years Full-time/ Njoro
perience or a B.Sc./BA general and a
Science (Clothing, KCSE mean grade of at least C+ and per year Part time Campus
Post Graduate Diploma in Education
Textiles and Inte- with minimum grades as shown in
from a recognized university
rior Design) the following subjects: Biology C+ or
Biological Sciences B-; Chemistry C+ 20. Master of Holders of B.Ed with at least 2nd 330,300/= for 2 2 years Full-time/ Njoro
or Physical Sciences B-; Mathematics Education class honours from Egerton Universi- years Part-Time campus
C+ and English/Kiswahili C+. (Science ty or any other recognised institution
OR Diploma with at least a credit Education) or a lower second class B.Ed. honours
pass from recognized Colleges and degree and 2 years relevant work ex-
Universities. perience or a B.Sc./BA general and a
Post Graduate Diploma in Education
10. Bachelor of Sci- Candidates must have passed the Ksh 110,000/= 4 years Full-time/ Njoro
from a recognized university
ence (Agriculture KCSE mean grade of at least C+ and per year Part time Campus
&Human Ecology with minimum grades as shown in 21. Master of Holders of B.Ed with at least 2nd 330,300/= for 2 2 years Full-time/ Njoro,
Extension) the following subjects: Biology C+ or Education class honours from Egerton Univer- years Part-Time Nairobi City
Biological Sciences B-; Chemistry C+ (Educational sity or any other recognised institu- campuses
or Physical Sciences B-; Mathematics Management) tion or a lower second class B.Ed.
C+ and English/Kiswahili C+. honours degree and 2 years relevant
OR work experience or a BSc/BA general
Diploma with at least a credit or and a Post Graduate Diploma in Ed-
pass from recognized Colleges and ucation from a recognized university.
Universities. Those with a Pass must
have at least two years’ work experi- DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY, COUNSELING AND EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS
ence in relevant fields.
22. Bachelor of Psy- Candidates must have passed the Ksh 110,000 per 4 years Full-time/ Njoro Cam-
11. Bachelor of Sci- Candidates must have passed the Ksh 110,000/= 4 years Full-time/ Njoro chology KCSE with a mean grade of at least year E-Learning/ pus, Nakuru
ence (Community KCSE mean grade of at least C+ and per year E-Learning Campus C+ and with minimum grades as Part-time Town Col-
Development) a minimum of C+ in Biology, Chemis- shown in the following subjects: lege Cam-
try and B- in any two (2) humanities. English or Kiswahili C+, Mathematics pus (NTCC)
OR C+, Biology B- or B in Biological & Nairobi
Diploma with at least a credit or sciences and C+ in any two of the City Campus
pass from recognized Colleges and humanities subjects OR (NCC)
Universities. Those with a Pass must Higher Diploma /Diploma in Psy-
have at least two years’ work experi- chology, Guidance and Counselling,
ence in relevant fields. Psychological Counselling, Educa-
tion, Medical Health professions, So-
12. Master of Science Candidates must have at least an 330,300/= for 2 2 years Fulltime, Njoro
cial work, Community Development
(Community Stud- Upper 2nd Class Honours Degree years E-Learning Campus
& Early childhood Education
ies & Extension) in Agriculture and Human Ecology Part time
Extension, Community Development 23. Bachelor of Candidates must have passed the Ksh 100,000 per 4 years Full-time Njoro
or related qualifications from rec- Coursework Education, Early KCSE with a mean grade of at least year Campus,
ognised institutions. Candidates with Examination Childhood C+ and with minimum grades as & Nakuru
lower 2nd Class honours degree with and Thesis Development shown in the following subjects: Town Cam-
at least two years’ experience in rele- (ECDE) English or Kiswahili C+, C+ in Math- pus College
vant fields may be considered. ematics or Physics or Chemistry or (NTCC)
physical sciences, Biology or Bio-
13. Doctor of Philoso- Master’s degree in 732,200/= 3 years Full time Njoro
logical sciences. Also, C+ in one of
phy in Community Community Studies and for 3 year Coursework Campus
the following subjects: History and
Studies and Extension or its equivalent. Examination
Government, Geography, Religious
Extension and Thesis
Education.
OR
DEPARTMENT OF CURRICULUM, INSTRUCTION AND EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT
P1 Teachers’ certificate and a KCSE
14. Diploma in Candidates must have passed KCSE 70,000/= per 3 years Part-Time/ Njoro, Certificate with a mean Grade of C
Education with a mean grade of C and a P1 year. Full-time Nairobi City plain or KCE Division II or KACE I prin-
(Primary Option) certificate or a KCSE with a mean campuses cipal and 2 subsidiary passes.
grade of D+ a P1 certificate and 2 OR
years teaching experience Diploma in Early Childhood Develop-
ment Education from a recognized
15. Diploma in KCSE with a mean grade of C+ and at 70,000/= per 3 years Part-Time/ Njoro, examining body.
Education least a C+ in any two of the following year. Full-time Nairobi City
(Secondary Arts) subjects: English, Literature, History, campuses 24. Master of Arts Candidates must have at least an 330,300/= for 2 4 years Fulltime/ Njoro
Religious Studies, Business Studies, (Guidance and Upper 2nd Class Honours Degree years Part-time Campus
Mathematics, Geography, Kiswahili Counselling in Education, Sociology, Theology, Coursework (fulltime),
Psychology, Philosophy, or any other Examination Nairobi City
16. Bachelor of Mean grade of C+ and above at KCSE 100,000/= per 3 years Part-Time/ Njoro, related discipline. Candidates with and Thesis Campus
Education with grades C+ and above in cluster year Full-time Nairobi City Lower 2nd Class honours degree (Evening
(Primary Option) subjects or Relevant A- level pass (at campuses with at least TWO years relevant ex- &Weekend)
least 2 principles) or S1 or Diploma perience in counselling, research or Nakuru
in Education from recognized insti- teaching will be considered. Town Cam-
tutions or S1 who have taught for at pus College
least 2 years or Diploma in Educa- (Evening
tion or its equivalent from recognized weekend)
institutions.
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25. Master of Candidates must have at least an 330,300/= for 4 years Fulltime/ Njoro FACULTY OF ENVIRONMENT AND RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT
Education Upper 2nd Class Honours Degree in 2 years Part-time Campus
(Guidance & Education. Candidates with Lower Coursework (Fulltime) NO. PROGRAMME MINIMUM REQIREMENTS TUITION FEE COURSE MODE OF STUDY
Counselling) 2nd Class honours degree with at Examination Nairobi City DURATION STUDY CENTRES
least TWO years relevant experience and Thesis Campus
in Counselling, research or teaching (Evening 1. Certificate in At least a D+ in KCSE with a C in Kshs. 63,500/- 8 months Full time Njoro
will be considered. &Weekend), Eco-tourism and English/Kiswahili, C- in Geography, for the whole
Nakuru Hospitality Biology/Biological Sciences, and course
Town Cam- Management Business Education.
pus College
((Evening 2. Certificate in Graduate in any discipline and peo- Kshs. 45,000/- 3 weeks Full time Njoro
&Weekend) Geographical ple employed in different organiza- for the whole
Information tions. C grade and relevant experi- course
26. Master of Edu- Candidates must have at least an Up- 330,300/= for 2 years Fulltime/ Njoro Systems ence is also accepted.
cation(Education per 2nd Class Honours Degree in Ed- 2 years Part-time Campus
Foundations) ucation (Science), Education (Arts), Coursework 3. Certificate in Graduates in any discipline or Registration 3 weeks Full time Njoro
Agricultural Education and Extension. Examination Environmental managers from different 1000/=
Holders of B.Sc/B.A degree with and Thesis Impact organizations
Postgraduate Diploma in Education Assessment Students
from recognized Universities may be 20,000/-
considered. Candidates with Lower
2nd Class honours degree with at Staff 35,000
least TWO years relevant experience
may also apply. All the others
65,000/-

27. Master of Candidates must have at least an 330,300/= for 2 years Fulltime/ Njoro 1. Diploma in At least a C in KCSE with a C in 70,000/- per year 3 years Fulltime Njoro
Education (Mea- Upper 2nd Class Honours Degree in 2 years Part-time Campus Eco-Tourism and English/Kiswahili, Geography, Biolo- Campus
surement and Education. Candidates with Lower Coursework (fulltime) Hospitality Man- gy and Agriculture
Evaluation) 2nd Class honours degree with at Examination Nairobi City agement
least TWO years relevant experience and Thesis Campus
2. Diploma in Dry- C grade in each of the following Bio 70,000/- per year 3 years Fulltime Njoro
in Counselling, research or teaching Evening
land and Resourc- or Biological Sciences, Chem or Phys- Campus
will be considered &Weekend
es Management ical Science, Geog., Eng. or Kiswahili.
OR equivalent from institutions rec-
28. Doctor of Philos- Master of Science/Arts/Education 732,200/= for 3 years Full-time Njoro ognized by the University. A C grade
ophy in Counsel- degree in Counselling Psychology or 3 years Coursework Campus in Agriculture/Business studies will
ling Psychology its equivalent. Applicants shall also Examination be an added advantage.
be required to present a research and Thesis
3. Bachelor of Minimum of C+ in KCSE and at least 120,000/= per 4 years Fulltime Njoro
proposal acceptable to Department
Science in B- in Bio, B- in Geog, C+ in Chem / year
of Psychology, Counseling and Edu-
Eco-tourism and Phy and C+ in Maths or Agriculture
cational Foundations
Hospitality Man-
agement
29. Doctor of Master of Education/Science/Arts de- 732,200/= for 3 years Full-time Njoro
4. Bachelor of Minimum of C+ in KCSE and at least 120,000/= per 4 years Fulltime Njoro
Philosophy in gree in Guidance and Counselling or 3 years Coursework Campus
Science in Natural B- in Bio, B- in Geog, C+ in Chem / year
Guidance and its equivalent. Applicants shall also Examination
Resources Man- Phy and C+ in Maths
Counselling be required to present a research and Thesis
agement
proposal acceptable to Department
of Psychology, Counselling and 5. Bachelor of Sci- Minimum of C+ in KCSE and at least 120,000/= per 4 years Fulltime Njoro
Educational Foundations ence in Environ- B- in Bio, B- in Geog, C+ in Chem and year
mental Science C+ in Maths
30. Doctor of Applicants for this programme shall 732,200/= for 3 years Full-time Njoro 6. Bachelor of Minimum of C+ in KCSE and at least 120,000/= per 4 years Fulltime Njoro
Philosophy in be required to have a Master of Ed- 3 years Campus Science in Wild- B- in Bio, B- in Geog, C+ in Chem / year
Educational Psy- ucation in Educational Foundations. life Enterprise Phy and C+ in Maths
chology Applicants shall also be required to Management
present a research proposal accept-
able to Department of Psychology, 7. Bachelor of Minimum of C+ in KCSE and at least 120,000/= per 4 years Fulltime Njoro
Counseling and Educational Foun- Science in B- in Bio, B- in Geog/Hist/CRE, C+ in year
dations. Integrated Forest Chem / Phy and C+ in Maths. Agric/
Resources Man- Econ added advantage
agement.
31. Doctor of Philos- Applicants for this programme shall 732,200/= for 3 years Full-time Njoro
ophy in be required to have a Master of Ed- 3 years Campus 8. Bachelor of Minimum of C+ in KCSE and at least 120,000/= per 4 years Fulltime Njoro
Educational ucation in Educational Foundations. Science in Dry- B- in Bio, B- in Geog/Hist/CRE, C+ in year
Foundations Applicants shall also be required to land Resources Chem / Phy and C+ in Maths. Agric/
present a research proposal accept- Management Econ added advantage
able to Department of Psychology,
Counseling and Educational Foun- 9. Bachelor of Minimum of C+ in KCSE and at least 120,000/= per 4 years Fulltime Njoro
dations. Science in B- in Bio, B- in Geog, C in any other year
Geography related science and C in Maths.

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY 10. Post Graduate Holders of a first degree in any dis- 173,400/= 1 year Fulltime Njoro
Diploma in cipline
1. Master of BSc in Agricultural Engineering with 370,300/= for 2 years Full time Njoro Environment
Agricultural upper second class honours 2 years and Sustainable
Engineering Development

2. Master of Science BSc in Agricultural Engineering with 370,300/= for 2 years Full time Njoro 11. Post Graduate Holders of first degree in any 173,400/= 1 year Fulltime Njoro
in Agricultural upper second class honours 2 years Diploma in discipline
Engineering Environmen-
tal and Social
3. Master of Science BSc in Agricultural Engineering, 370,300/= for 2 years Full time Njoro Sciences Research
in Soil and Water Environmental Engineering, Civil 2 years Methods
Engineering Engineering with upper second class
honours 12. Master of Arts in Bsc degree (Upper Second Class) 370,300/= for 2 years Fulltime Njoro
Urban Manage- in a field related to Urban Manage- 2 years Part-Time
4. Masters of BSc in Agricultural Engineering, 370,300/= for 2 years Full time Njoro ment ment from a university recognized April
Science in Water Environmental Engineering, 2 years by Egerton University Senate or Bsc
Resources and Environmental Sciences, and Ag- (Second class lower division) with at
Environmental riculture with upper second class least 2 years relevant experience.
Management honours.
13. Master of Arts/ Bsc degree (Upper Second) in Geog- 370,300/= for 2 years Fulltime Njoro
5. Doctor of MSc in Agricultural Engineering or its 370,300/= for 2 years Full time Njoro Master of Science raphy or related discipline or Lower 2 years Coursework
Philosophy in equivalent 2 years in Geography Second with at least two years Examination
Agricultural experience and Thesis
Engineering
14. Master of Science Holders of degrees in NARE, GEOG, 370,300/= for 2 years Fulltime Njoro
6. Doctor of MSc of Science in Soil and water 370,300/= for 2 years Full time Njoro in Dry land ENSC or related disciplines 2 years Coursework Campus
Philosophy in Engineering or its equivalent 2 years Resources Man- Examination
Soil and Water agement and Thesis
Engineering
15. Master of Science Bsc degree (Upper Second) in 370,300/= for 2 years Fulltime Njoro
7. Doctor of MSc of Science in Water Resources 370,300/= for 2 years Full time Njoro in Environmental Environmental Science or related dis- 2 years Coursework
Philosophy in and Environmental Management or 2 years Science cipline or Lower Second with at least Examination
Water Resources its equivalent two years experience and Thesis
and Environmen-
tal Management 16. Master of Science Bsc degree (Upper Second) in En- 370,300/= for 2 years Fulltime Njoro
in Environmental vironmental Science or related disci- 2 years Coursework
and Occupational pline or Lower Second with at least Examination
Health two years experience and Thesis
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17. Master of Science Bsc degree (Upper Second) in 370,300/= for 2 years Fulltime Njoro 2. Diploma in Mean Grade of C at KCSE, and a min- 70,000/= per 3 years Self-spon- Njoro
in Natural Natural Resources Management or 2 years Coursework Modern imum score of grade C in each of the year. sored Campus
Resources related discipline or Lower Second Examination Chemistry following subjects: English and /or
Management. with at least two years experience. and Thesis Laboratory Kiswahili, Mathematics, Physical Sci- Full time
(With options in Technology ences and Biological Sciences. &
Forestry, Range, or KCE/EACE division II or at least Part time
Wildlife and Hu- One Principal Pass at EAACE or its
man Ecology). equivalent.
or Holders of Certificate in Science
18. Master of Science Bsc degree (Upper Second) in Nat- 370,300/= for 2 years Fulltime Njoro Laboratory Technology, with a mini-
in Natural ural Resources, Forestry, Agriculture, 2 years Coursework mum credit pass, from Institutions
Resources and Environmental Science, Range Ecolo- Examination recognized by Egerton University may
Peace gy or development studies, and Thesis be considered.
Management or related discipline or
Lower Second with at least two years 3. Diploma in Mean Grade of C at KCSE, and a min- 70,000/= per 3years Full-time Njoro
experience. Modern imum score of grade C in each of the year Campus
Chemistry following subjects: English and /or
19. Doctor of Philoso- A Masters degree in a relevant field 370,300/= for 2 years Fulltime Njoro Laboratory Kiswahili, Mathematics, Physical Sci-
phy in Geography from a recognized institution 2 years Coursework Technology ences and Biological Sciences.
Examination or KCE/EACE division II or at least
and Thesis One Principal Pass at EAACE or its
equivalent.
20. Doctor of Philoso- MA in Urban Management or related 370,300/= for 2 years Fulltime Njoro
or Holders of Certificate in Science
phy in Geography field in Urban Planning and Manage- 2 years Coursework
Laboratory Technology, with a mini-
ment from a recognized University Examination
mum credit pass, from Institutions
and Thesis
recognized by Egerton University may
21. Doctor of Philos- A Masters degree in relevant field 370,300/= for 2 years Fulltime Njoro be considered.
ophy in Environ- from a recognized institution 2 years Coursework
4. Master of Science B. Sc., B.Ed Chemistry Majors 2nd 370,300/= per 2 years Full Time Njoro
mental Science Examination
in Chemistry Class Honours Upper Div., or Lower year
and Thesis
(with specializa- second with at least two years expe-
22. Doctor of A Masters degree in relevant field 370,300/= for 2 years Fulltime Njoro tion in Organic rience with at least one Publication.
Philosophy in from a recognized institution 2 years Coursework Chemistry,
Natural Resources Examination Physical
Management and Thesis Chemistry and
Analytical Chem-
23. Doctor of Phi- A Masters degree in relevant field 370,300/= for 2 years Fulltime Njoro istry)
losophy in Dry from a recognized university 2 years Coursework
land Resources Examination 5. Doctor of Holders of M. Sc in Chemistry or 732,200/= for 3 3 years Full Time Njoro
Management and Thesis Philosophy in related areas of Applied Chemistry years Part-Time
Chemistry
24. Doctor of A Masters degree in Environmental 370,300/= for 2 years Fulltime Njoro (with specializa-
Philosophy in and Occupational Health or related 2 years Coursework tion in Organic 6 years
Environmental field Examination Chemistry,
and Occupational and Thesis Physical Chemis-
Health try and Analytical
Chemistry)
25. Doctor of Philos- Msc in Natural Resources, Forestry, 370,300/= for 2 years Fulltime Njoro
ophy in Natural Agriculture, Environmental Science, 2 years Coursework DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY
Resources and Range Ecology or development stud- Examination
Peace ies, Management or related discipline and Thesis 6. Bachelor of Minimum requirements set by 140,000/= per 4 years Full time Njoro
Science in Bio- Egerton University statutes, in addi- year
FACULTY OF SCIENCE chemistry tion must have passed KCSE or its
equivalent with a minimum grade
NO. PROGRAMME MINIMUM REQIREMENTS TUITION FEE COURSE MODE OF STUDY as follows: Chemistry B, Physics B,
DURATION STUDY CENTRES or Physical Science B+, Mathe-
matics C+, Biology B, or Biological
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS B+. Alternatively candidates with
the following A level passes will be
1. Bachelor of KCSE Mean C+ , C+ in Eng. and B 120,00/= per 4 Years Full Time Njoro considered. Principal pass in each of
Science in in Maths year the following subjects: Chemistry; Bi-
Statistics ology; Physics; Mathematics or have
any other qualifications accepted by
2. Bachelor of KCSE Mean C+ , C+ in Eng. and B 120,00/= per 4 years Full Time Njoro
Egerton University senate as equiv-
Science in Actuar- in Maths year
alent.
ial Science
7. Bachelor of Minimum requirements set by 140,000/= per 4 years Full time Njoro
3. Master of Science BSc., BA, BEd 2nd Class Hons. Upper 370,300/= for 2 2 years Full Time Njoro
Science Biomed- Egerton University statutes, in addi- year
in Pure Div. with Pure Mathematics taken as years Coursework
ical Science and tion must have passed KCSE or its
Mathematics major area of study Examination
Technology equivalent with a minimum grade
and Thesis
as follows: Chemistry B, Physics B,
4. Master of Science BSc., BA, BEd 2nd Class Hons. Upper 370,300/= for 2 2 years Full Time Njoro or Physical Science B+, Mathe-
in Applied Div. with Applied Mathematics taken years Coursework matics C+, Biology B, or Biological
Mathematics as major area of study Examination B+. Alternatively candidates with
and Thesis the following A level passes will be
considered. Principal pass in each of
5. Master of Science BSc., BA, BEd 2nd Class Hons. Upper 370,300/= for 2 2 years Full Time Njoro the following subjects: Chemistry; Bi-
in Statistics Div. with Statistics taken as major years Coursework ology; Physics; Mathematics or have
area of study Examination any other qualifications accepted by
and Thesis Egerton University senate as equiv-
alent.
6. Doctor of MSc. in Pure Mathematics 370,300/= for 2 2 years Full Time Njoro
Philosophy in years Coursework 8. Master of Science A minimum of upper-second class 370,300/= for 2 2 years Full time Njoro
Pure Mathematics Examination in Biochemistry honours degree in Biochemistry, Bio- years. Coursework
and Thesis chemistry combined with any other Examination
subject, or any other related Science, and Thesis
7. Doctor of MSc. in Applied Mathematics 732,200/= for 3 Coursework Bachelor of Veterinary medicine,
Philosophy in years Examination BSc,. Agriculture, Horticulture, ani-
Applied and Thesis mal Health, animal Science, Animal
Mathematics Production with at least a credit in
Biochemistry. Any other BSc who in
DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY the Faculty or departments who have
at least 50% of their courses in Bio-
1. Certificate In Mean grade of D and above in KCSE 1.The total 13 weeks During Njoro
chemistry.
Science Labora- and at least grade D in Chemistry or course tuition fee the school campus
tory Technology Physical Science, Physics, Mathemat- is Kshs.40,000.00 holidays 9. Doctor of Holders of MSc in Biochemistry or 732,200/= for 3 3 years Full time Njoro
(CSLT) ics, Biology or Biological Sciences. payable in three (August, Philosophy in related disciplines from Egerton years Coursework
installments as December Biochemistry University or any other recognized Examination
follows: and April). University. and Thesis
• 1st Block
20,000/=
• 2nd Block DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS
10,000/=
• 3rd Block 10. Master of Science BSc in Physics or relevant field (at 370,300/= for 2 2 years Full time Njoro
10,000/= in Physics least Upper Second Class honours or years Coursework
equivalent qualification from a Examination
2. Caution mon-
recognized institution OR Lower and Thesis
ey Kshs.500/=
second class with at least two years
(refundable)
relevant experience
3. Examination
fee Kshs.1000/= 11. Doctor of Philos- MSc in Physics or any other relevant 732,200/= for 3 3 years Full time Njoro
4. Student ID ophy in Physics field OR equivalent qualification from years
card Kshs.100/= a recognized institution
5. Any other
fee as may be
decided
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EGERTON UNIVERSITY
Tel: (051) 2217932 P. O. Box 536-20115
Mobile: 0775071854 EGERTON
Fax: (051) 2217881 KENYA.
E-mail: raca@egerton.ac.ke

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE 2. Bachelor of 1. KCSE Mean Grade C+, 120,000/= per 4 years Integrated Njoro
Science in Animal Individual subject Eng. C+, Bio. year (Full time) Campus
12. Diploma in Mean grade of C KCSE with: 70,000/= per 3 years Full-time NTCC Health Manage- C+, Chem. C+, Math/Physics C+
Computer Science • C in Mathematics and C in year ment 2. Minimum C plain in KCSE and
Physics or Physical Science. at least a Credit Pass in Diploma
• C in any humanities subject. in Animal Health, Dairy Science,
Range or Wild Life management,
13. Bachelor of Mean grade of C+ in KCSE with: 140,000/= per 4 years Full-time NTCC & Farm Management.
Science in • B in Mathematics and B in year Njoro 3. Two Principals and one subsidi-
Computer Science Physics or B+ in Physical Science ary Pass at KACE level or equiva
• Obtained a B- (Minus) grade lent, one of which must be in
in one humanities subject and Biology and in any other Science
C+ in English. Subject.
• KCE/and KACE with 2 Principals 4. Holders of a degree in Biological
in Maths and Physics Sciences from institutions
approved by Senate.
Those possessing Diplomas in
Computing with credits from Institu- 3. Bachelor of 1. KCSE Mean Grade C+, 240,000/= per 5 years Integrated Njoro
tions recognized by Egerton Univer- Veterinary Individual subject Eng. B, Bio. B, year (Full time) Campus
sity may also apply (They must have Medicine & Chem. B, Math/Physics B
done and passed in Physics & Maths Surgery 2. Diploma holders with minimum
at ‘O’ level or equivalent). of a C in KCSE and a Credit Pass
in Diploma in Animal Health,
14. Bachelor of Mean grade of C+ in KCSE with: 140,000/= per 4 years Full-time NTCC & Animal Husbandry, Wildlife and
Science in • C+ in Mathematics and C+ in year Njoro Range Management
Applied Computer Physics or Physical Science 3. A degree holder in Biological
Science • B- in any Humanities subject Sciences from institutions
and C+ in English. approve by Senate.
• KCE/and KACE with 2 Principals 4. Holders of A-level or its
in Maths and any science equivalent with two principals
subject. one subsidiary of which one
must be in Biology and
Those with Diplomas in Computing others from Chemistry, Physics
with Credits from Institutions recog- and Mathematics.
nized by Egerton University may also
apply (They must have done and FACULTY OF LAW
passed in Mathematics at ‘O’ level or
equivalent). 1. Bachelor of Laws (a.) A minimum mean Grade of Ksh. 150,000/= 4 years Full-time Nakuru
(LL.B) B- (minus) at KCSE and a per year Town Cam-
DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES B Plain in English or Kiswahili, pus College
or
15. Bachelor of KCSE mean grade C+ and above Kshs. 120,000/= 4 years Full-time Njoro (b.) Three (3) principal passes in
Science (Applied with minimum grade of B- in Biol- per year Campus the Kenya Advanced Certificate
Aquatic Science) ogy or B in Biological Science, B- in of Education (KACE) or its
Chemistry or B in Physical Science, equivalent obtained at the same
C+ in Maths and B- in Geography. Or sitting, with an equivalent of a B
Diploma holders in Biological Plain in English or Kiswahili.
Sciences passed with credit or their
equivalent. (c.) Three (3) principal passes in
the Kenya Advanced Certificate
16. Master of Science At least 2nd class Upper division 370,300/= for 2 2 years Full time Njoro
of Education (KACE) or its
(Plant Pathology) degree or its equivalent in Biological years Coursework Campus
equivalent obtained at different
Sciences, Agriculture or related fields Examination
sittings, provided that the
from Egerton University or any other and Thesis
principals are of Grade C or
recognized University.
higher; with an equivalent of a
17. Master of Science At least 2nd class Upper division 370,300/= for 2 2 years Full time Njoro B Plain in English or Kiswahili
(Mycology) degree or its equivalent in Biological years Coursework Campus
Sciences, Agriculture or related fields Examination (d.) An undergraduate degree in
from Egerton University or any other and Thesis any appropriate field other than
recognized University. law and a minimum of C+
(plus) in the Kenya Certificate
18. Master of Science At least 2nd class Upper division 370,300/= for 2 2 years Full time Njoro of Secondary Examination or its
(Limnology) degree or its equivalent in Biological years Coursework Campus equivalent with a minimum
Sciences, Aquatic science or related Examination of grade B (plain) in English or
fields from Egerton University or any and Thesis Kiswahili;
other recognized University.
(e.) A diploma in law of a legal
19. Master of Science At least 2nd class Upper division 370,300/= for 2 2 years Full time Njoro education institution accredited
(Medical degree or its equivalent in Biological years Coursework Campus by the Council of Legal
Parasitology) Sciences, Public health, Human Examination Education, with at least a Credit
Medicine, Biomedical Sciences and Thesis pass or higher.
or their equivalent from Egerton
University or any other recognized
University.

20. Master of Science At least 2nd class Upper division 370,300/= for 2 2 years Full time Njoro APPLICATION PROCEDURE
(Animal degree or its equivalent in Biological years Coursework Campus
Physiology) Sciences, Animal Science, veterinary Examination
or human medicine, Agriculture, and Thesis (i) Apply online through application.egerton.ac.ke
range management or their equiva- OR
lent from Egerton University or any
other recognized University. (ii) Application forms may be obtained from: Admissions Office at Njoro Main Campus, Principal
Nakuru Town Campus College and Egerton University City Campus Nairobi OR downloaded
21. Doctor of M.Sc in Limnology or related disci- 732,200/= for 3 3 years Full time Njoro
Philosophy in plines from Egerton University or any years Coursework Campus
from the University website at www.egerton.ac.ke.
Limnology other recognized University. Examination (iii) Application fee (non-refundable) of Kshs. 2,000/- for Undergraduate and Postgraduate
and Thesis Programmes and Kshs. 1,000/- for Diploma and Certificate programmes is payable to Egerton
University Account Numbers KCB A/C No. 110 190 6812, Egerton Branch.
22. Doctor of M.Sc in Medical Parasitology or 732,200/= for 3 3 years Full time Njoro (iv) Applicants are required to clearly indicate the programme applied for and mode of study.
Philosophy in related disciplines from Egerton years Coursework Campus
Medical Parasi- University or any other recognized Examination
(v) Note that applicants who are not citizens of East African Community countries will be charged
tology University. and Thesis 30% higher for Tuition fees.
(vi) Duly completed forms and original application fee Banking Slip attached should be sent to: -
23. Doctor of M.Sc in Plant Pathology or related 732,200/= for 3 3 years Full time Njoro
Philosophy in disciplines from Egerton University years Coursework Campus
Plant Pathology or any other recognized University. Examination The Registrar (Academic Affairs),
and Thesis Egerton University,
FACULTY OF VETERINARY AND MEDICINE P.O. Box 536-20115,
EGERTON. on or before 30th June 2018
1. Diploma in 1 .KCSE Mean Grade C or KCE/ SSP 3 years Integrated Njoro
Animal Health EACE DIV II or equivalent 70,000/= per (Full time) Campus
Individual score of grade C year Hand deliveries should be made to the Central Registry at Njoro Campus.
or credit in each of the following
subject Eng. C, Bio. C, Chem. C REGULAR
Math/Physics C 16,000/= per
2. A minimum of a C- in KCSE with year REGISTRAR (ACADEMIC AFFAIRS)
at least a Credit Pass in
Certificate in Animal Health.
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TENDER NOTICE
Tourism Fund is a body corporate established under the Tourism Act, 2011, charged with the mandate of mobilizing
INVITATION TO TENDER
resources to finance sustainable development of the tourism and hospitality industry in Kenya.
National Oil Corporation of Kenya invites interested and eligible firms to tender for the following:-
The organization invites tenders from interested suppliers (Bidders) for the following works.
Tender Ref. No. Tender Name Tender Closing Date/ Eligibility
NO ITEM DESCRIPTION TENDER NO Security Time (East
1. Tender for Supply, Installation Testing and Commissioning of Vehicle and TF/18/2017-2018 Kshs African Time)
Pedestrian Access Control System for Proposed Access Road at Tourism Fund
NOCK/PRC/03 Request for Proposal (RFP) None 18th April 2018 Open
Building
(1378)2017-2018 for Provision of External Audit at1000hrs
2. Provision of a Tourism Innovation and Technology Hub and a 12 Month Initial TF/19/2017-2018 Services
Management of the Hub for the larger Tourism and Wildlife Sector
3. Tender for supply, delivery and fitting of Office Furniture at the Tourism Fund TF/20/2017-2018 Interested bidders may obtain a complete set of tender documents upon payment of a non-refundable fee of
Offices at Nairobi Valley road, Eldoret and Nyeri Kshs 1,000.00 per each tender. This payment should be made in the Corporation’s account specified in the
tender document. Bids submitted shall be valid for 120 days on submission. Bidders are required to provide the
following statutory registration documents for all tenders i.e. Copies of PIN, VAT Reg., Cert. of Incorporation/Reg.,
The tender documents can be viewed and downloaded free of charge from the following website:
www.tourismfund.co.ke valid tax clearance certificate, be in good standing with ICPAK and possess a valid annual license and audited
accounts for the past three years among other requirements as indicated in the respective tender documents.
NOTE: Bidders who download the document from the mentioned website MUST immediately forward their par-
ticulars for records and for purposes of receiving any further clarifications and/or addendums to procurement@ Bidders can also download free of charge the same tender documents from National Oil Corporation of Ken-
tourismfund.co.ke. ya website: www.nationoil.co.ke or IFMIS supplier portal: supplier.treasury.go.ke. They should immediately
forward their particulars for records and/or for the purposes of receiving any further clarifications/addenda to
Alternatively a complete set of tender documents may be obtained by interested candidates upon payment of a
tenders@nockenya.co.ke
non-refundable fee of Kshs.1, 000 (One Thousand). Prices quoted should be inclusive of all taxes, and delivery
costs, must be in Kenya Shillings and must remain valid for (120) days from the closing date of the tender.
Tenders in plain sealed envelopes clearly marked with the relevant “Tender Name and Reference Number
Completed Tender documents in plain sealed envelopes clearly marked on top with the title and reference of the with the instructions “Do not open before the closing date & time” (relevant for each tender), should be
Tender should be addressed to:- addressed to:-
The Chief Executive Officer Chief Executive Officer
Tourism Fund National Oil Corporation of Kenya – Kawi House, South C,
NHIF Building, Ragati Road, Parking Tower, 5th Floor Red Cross Road off Popo Road
P.O. Box 46987-00100, Nairobi P.O. Box 58567 – 00200, NAIROBI
Tel. No. 020-2714900/1/2 Fax No.020-2714911
Email: procurement@tourismfund.co.ke Or be deposited in the tender box located at the reception area of National Oil Corporation of Kenya, Kawi
Complex, Popo Lane, Off Red Cross Road, South C so as to be received on or before the dates indicated above.
And must be deposited in the Tender Box at 5th floor, NHIF Building, Ragati Road, Parking Tower, Nairobi so Tenders shall be opened in the Meeting Room located on the Ground Floor immediately thereafter in the
as to be received on or before Wednesday 18th April, 2018 at 12.00 Noon. presence of tenderers or their representatives who may wish to witness the opening.
Tenders will be opened immediately after the closing time in the presence of the candidate’s representatives who
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
choose to attend in the Board Room on 5th Floor, NHIF Building, Parking Tower.

INVITATION FOR TENDERS


TENDER NOTICE
The Geothermal Development Company Limited (GDC) invites sealed tenders from eligible candidates for the following:

1. The Rural Electrification Authority invites tenders from interested Registered Insurance Brokerage TENDER NO. TENDER DESCRIPTION TENDER SITE VISIT CLOSING
Firms (Registered and operating in Kenya) to tender for the services described in the table below: SECURITY DATE & DATE
VENUE
Tender No. Tender Description Tender Closing Dates GDC/ENV/OT/043/17-18 Tender for Supply, Installation & Kshs. 12/04/2018 24/04/2018
Commissioning of Automatic Weather 100,000.00 at 10:00am at 2:00PM
REA/2017-2018/NT/031 Provision Of Insurance Services For The Financial 26th April, 2018 at 10.00 a.m.
Station for Enviromental Monitoring in Naudo,
Year 2018/2019 (Open To Registered Insurance
for Baringo-Silali Geothermal Project. Baringo-Silali.
Brokerage Firms Registered And Operating In
Kenya). GDC/ENV/OT/048/17:18 Request for Proposal for Environment N/A N/A 26/04/2018
and Social Impact (ESIA) study at 2:00PM
Consultancy Services for Menengai
2. Tender documents detailing the requirements may be viewed at REA E- Procurement Web Portal West Geothermal Project.
found on the REA website ( www.rea.co.ke) beginning on 5th April, 2018.
Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information and inspect the tender document from the office of Manager,
3. Bidders who intend to bid and have dealt with REA in the past are advised to send filled and Scanned Supply Chain at Kawi House, South C off Mombasa Road, Red Cross Road between 9.00am and 4.00pm during week
SAP VENDOR DETAILS UPDATE/MODIFICATION FORM available in our website to registration@rea. days.
co.ke Bidders who have never dealt with REA in the past are advised to register their companies via A complete set of the tender document may be obtained by interested firms upon payment of a non-refundable fee of
a link available in our website www.rea.co.kehttps://suppliers.rea.co.ke:8080/supportal(bD1l Kshs.1000 payable to our accounts office in cash or by banker’s cheque. The documents can also be viewed and
biZjPTUwMCZkPW1pbg==)/bspwdapplication.do#VIEW_ANCHOR-ROS_TOP. downloaded from the website www.gdc.co.ke or http://supplier.treasury.go.ke free of charge. Bidders who download
the tender document from the website MUST forward their particulars immediately to procurement@gdc.co.ke for
records and any further tender clarifications and addenda.
4. Completed Tenders are to be saved as PDF documents marked with the Tender Number and
Description and submitted in the REA E-Procurement Web Portal found on the REA website The completed tenders in plain sealed envelopes clearly marked with Tender No. and Tender reference name; shall
( www.rea.co.ke) so as to be received on or before the dates in the schedule above. be addressed to: Managing Director & CEO,
Geothermal Development Company
P.O Box 100746-00101 NAIROBI, KENYA
5. Tenders will be opened electronically promptly thereafter in the presence of the Tenderer’s or their
and deposited in the tender box at Ground Floor GDC office Kawi House, South C Off Mombasa Road, Red Cross
representatives who choose to attend in REA Procurement Office Ground Floor. Road on or before the dates specified above.
There will be a Mandatory Site Visit at Naudo in Baringo-Silali on 12th April 2018 for Tender Number
6. There will be a Pre-bid meeting held on 17th April, 2018 at 10:00 am. The Venue of the Meeting shall GDC/ENV/OT/043/17-18. Bidders to assemble at Kampi Samaki by 9:00am. Site Visit attendance register shall
be at the REA offices at Kawi House Block C in below address be signed during visit and site visit certificate issued to bidder’s present. Tenderers to arrange for their own
transport and accommodation during the visit.
The Chief Executive Officer Tenders will be opened immediately thereafter in the presence of the tenderers or their representatives who choose to
Rural Electrification Authority attend at Kawi House, South C GDC Board Room Ground Floor.
Kawi House, South C Behind Boma Hotel Late tenders will not be accepted.
P. O. Box 34585, 00100 Nairobi, Kenya
MANAGER, SUPPLY CHAIN
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
RURAL ELECTRIFICATION AUTHORITY
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TENDER NOTICE
TENDER / REGISTRATION OF SUPPLIERS FOR FINANCIAL YEARS 2018-2020
Rongo University invites sealed tenders from reputable, competent and interested registered suppliers of the following items.

1. TENDER (2018-2020)
RU/REG/A30/18-20 Supply & delivery of office furnishings Open RU/REG/B25/18-20 Supply & delivery of camping equip- Open
and fittings e.g. curtains, carpets, ment e.g. tents (all types & sizes),
Category No. Tender Description Eligibility
vertical blinders etc. binoculars etc.
RU/RFP/WEB/001/2018-2020 Designing of Rongo Open
RU/REG/A31/18-20 Supply & delivery of printed Open RU/REG/B26/18-20 Supply, delivery, installation & service Open
University Website
promotional materials , accountable of Media Broadcast Equipment for
documents & stationery (Publishing both radio & television.
and printing services)
2. REGISTRATION OF SUPPLIERS RU/REG/B27/18-20 Supply and delivery of medical Open
equipment
CATEGORY A: (FRAMEWORK CONTRACTS FOR 2018-2020)
CATEGORY B: REGISTRATION OF SUPPLIERS FOR 2018-2020 RU/REG/B28/18-20 Supply and delivery of LPG cooking Open
gas
Category No. Tender Description Eligibility
CATEGORY B: REGISTRATION OF SUPPLIERS FOR 2018-2020
RU/REG/B29/18-20 Repair & maintenance of cold room Open
RU/REG/A1/18-20 Supply & delivery of meat and allied Open
RU/REG/B1/18-20 Provision of repair & servicing of Open and kitchen equipment
products
office equipment e.g. photocopiers,
printers, scanners, LCD screens, RU/REG/B30/18-20 Repair & maintenance of generators Open
RU/REG/A2/18-20 Supply & delivery of general office Youth, Women
stationery & rubber stamps & PWDs projectors and related items. RU/REG/B31/18-20 Provision of courier services Open
RU/REG/A3/18-20 Supply & delivery of dry Youth, Women RU/REG/B2/18-20 Supply & delivery of tailoring items, Open RU/REG/B32/18-20 Provision of baseline survey, human Open
(non-perishable) foodstuff (e.g. rice, & PWDs Linen, provision of curtain materials, resource training, development ser-
maize flour, wheat flour, sugar, salt, curtain rail, staff uniforms, fabrics, vices, consultancy services & capacity
tea leaves, beans, green grams, maize protective gear, table clothes and building, customer satisfaction, staff
and related items) graduation attires. competency, work environment,
RU/REG/B3/18-20 Supply & delivery of games equip- Open drug/alcohol and substance abuse
RU/REG/A4/18-20 Provision of Air ticketing (IATA) Youth, Women
approved & travel arrangements & PWDs ment, sportswear & allied products RU/REG/B33/18-20 Provision of consultancy services on Open
RU/REG/B4/18-20 Supply and delivery/repair and Open environmental impact assessment &
RU/REG/A5/18-20 Supply & delivery of toners and Open
servicing of air conditioners, mechani- environmental audit
cartridges
cal ventilators and refrigeration items. RU/REG/B34/18-20 Provision of property valuation Open
RU/REG/A6/18-20 Supply & delivery of perishable food- Youth, Women
RU/REG/B5/18-20 Supply, delivery, installation, repair Open services
stuff (fruits, vegetables, potatoes etc). & PWDs
and maintenance of firefighting RU/REG/B35/18-20 Provision of land survey services Open
RU/REG/A7/18-20 Supply & delivery of cleaning Youth, Women equipment
materials and detergents & PWDs RU/REG/B36/18-20 Provision of consultancy services in Open
RU/REG/B6/18-20 Repair & servicing of motor vehicles Open waste management disposal
RU/REG/A8/18-20 Supply & delivery of poultry and allied Youth, Women (panel beating, spray painting and
products e.g. chicken, eggs & PWDs related services). RU/REG/B37/18-20 Provision of office design and parti- Open
tioning services
RU/REG/A9/18-20 Supply & Delivery of Newspapers & Open RU/REG/B7/18-20 Provision of car hire services, airport Open
magazines transfers and other related services. RU/REG/B38/18-20 Provision of Medical Consultancy Open
services
RU/REG/A10/18-20 Supply & delivery of fish Youth, Women RU/REG/B8/18-20 Servicing and calibrating of Open
& PWDs Laboratory, Hospital and Medical RU/REG/B39/18-20 Provision of legal services Open
Laboratory Equipment
RU/REG/A11/18-20 Supply & delivery of fresh bread Youth, Women RU/REG/B40/18-20 Provision of internet services Open
& PWDs RU/REG/B9/18-20 Servicing and calibrating of stores Open
weighing scales RU/REG/B41/18-20 Provision of veterinary services Open
RU/REG/A12/18-20 Supply & delivery of mineral water Youth, Women
and assorted sodas & PWDs RU/REG/B10/18-20 Provision of fumigation, pest control Open RU/REG/B42/18-20 Provision of hotel reservation and Open
and sanitary services conference facilities
RU/REG/A13/18-20 Supply & delivery of fresh processed Youth, Women
milk & PWDs RU/REG/B11/18-20 Provision of minor construction works Open RU/REG/B43/18-20 Provision of exhaustion services Open
(Registered building & civil contrac- RU/REG/B44/18-20 Provision of car tracking services Open
RU/REG/A14/18-20 Supply & delivery of firewood Youth, Women
tors - NCA 7)
& PWDs
RU/REG/B45/18-20 Provision of engineering & consultan- Open
RU/REG/B12/18-20 Provision of plumbing installation Open cy services
RU/REG/A15/18-20 Supply & delivery of charcoal Youth, Women
works
& PWDs
RU/REG/B46/18-20 Provision of laundry services Open
RU/REG/B13/18-20 Provision of Electrical Installation Open
RU/REG/A16/18-20 Supply & delivery of electrical items, Youth, Women
subcontractors RU/REG/B47/18-20 Provision of water bowser services Open
fittings & electronics & PWDs
(Fresh water)
RU/REG/B14/18-20 Provision of Audio Visual Systems Open
RU/REG/A17/18-20 Provision of garbage collection Youth, Women
Services
services & PWDs
The Tender/Registration document can be downloaded free of charge from Ron-
RU/REG/B15/18-20 Supply & delivery of mattresses and Open go University Website www.rongovarsity.ac.ke or IFMIS supplier’s portal supplier.
RU/REG/A18/18-20 Provision of graphic design & sign Youth, Women
beddings treasury.go.ke. Those tenderers who wish to pick Tende/Registration documents
works e.g. door labels, signboards etc. & PWDs
from Procurement office will be charged non-refundable fee of Kshs. 1,000/= (One
RU/REG/B16/18-20 Supply & delivery of library books, Open
RU/REG/A19/18-20 Hiring of tents, chairs, PA system, Open thousand only) payable to Rongo University at Equity Bank, Awendo Branch,
journals & periodicals
tables, flowers and decoration for Account Number 1430270413535.
events RU/REG/B17/18-20 Supply & delivery of specialized Open
library equipment NB:
RU/REG/A20/18-20 Provision of outside catering services Open
1. All Framework contracts will be awarded for one year. Renewal
RU/REG/B18/18-20 Supply, Installation & Commission- Open of second year will be subject to satisfactory performance.
RU/REG/A21/18-20 Supply & delivery of computer acces- Youth, Women
ing of structured cabling (IP) PABX, 2. The Youth, women and persons living with disabilities MUST
sories and UPS’s & PWDs
networking equipment. be registered with the National Treasury (attach a copy of CR 12
RU/REG/A22/18-20 Supply & delivery of assorted Estate Open form, valid AGPO certificate and Identity Cards).
RU/REG/B19/18-20 Supply & Delivery of Audio-Visual Open
Materials (hardware, Plumbing and 3. All current registered suppliers MUST APPLY afresh.
items e.g. LCD Projectors, Cameras
allied products) 4. Youth, Women and persons living with disability are encouraged
etc.
to apply.
RU/REG/A23/18-20 Supply & delivery of motor vehicle Open
RU/REG/B20/18-20 Supply, installation ,testing & Open
spare parts ,tyres, tubes & batteries Interested and eligible candidates may obtain further information from and
commissioning of security equipment
RU/REG/A24/18-20 Supply and delivery of fertilizer, Farm Open e.g. CCTV cameras , walk through inspect the tender/registration documents at the Procurement Office at Rongo
Chemicals metal detectors, communication University, Main Campus located along Rongo – Migori Highway, 2km from
(Herbicides, Fungicides, Insecticides) equipment etc. Kanga junction during official working hours from 8.00 am - 5.00 pm local time
Veterinary Drugs and Animal Feeds from Monday to Friday except during lunch time, weekends and public holidays.
RU/REG/B21/18-20 Supply & delivery of human / Open
RU/REG/A25/18-20 Supply and delivery of chemicals Open Pharmaceutical drugs & dressings Completed Tender/Registration documents enclosed in plain sealed envelopes
(Water treatment, swimming pool clearly marked with ‘’Category No. and Category Description‘’ as described in the
RU/REG/B22/18-20 Supply & delivery of laboratory Open Tender Notice should be addressed to:
and Chemistry production)
reagents, glassware & equipment for The Vice-Chancellor,
RU/REG/A26/18-20 Supply & delivery of oil lubricants Open the medical laboratory and teaching Rongo University,
departments. Rongo – Migori Highway, Kanga Junction,
RU/REG/A27/18-20 Supply & delivery of office furniture Open P.O. Box 103-40404, Rongo.
RU/REG/B23/18-20 Supply, delivery of kitchen appliances Open
RU/REG/A28/18-20 Supply and delivery Laptops, Open and cutleries And be deposited in the Tender Box situated at the main entrance to the Adminis-
computers, Software, printers and tration Block or sent by post / courier so as to reach the above address on or before
related items RU/REG/B24/18-20 Supply, delivery, Installation, testing, Open Wednesday, 25th April, 2018 at 10.00 am.
commissioning & maintenance of
RU/REG/A29/18-20 Supply & delivery of office equipment, Open water pumps, lawn mowers & allied Opening of the Tender/Registration documents will be done publicly immediately
student’s furniture and beds items after closing time in the University Boardroom in the presence of the bidders or their
representatives who choose to attend.
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Relief for Nyeri patients as county restocks drugs


nor Mutahi Kahiga said that was one of the four pillars of
Governor says the the supplies would go a long President Uhuru Kenyatta’s
supplies would way in alleviating patients’ final term of office.
go a long way suffering as well as replenish KEMSA Corporate Services
the dwindling stocks espe- Acting Director, Waiganjo
in alleviating cially in health centres and Karanja, said counties owed
patients’ suffering dispensaries. the agency a whopping Sh2.8
He said his government was billion, which majority had
focused on ensuring deliv- demonstrated goodwill in set-
KNA, NYERI
ery of quality and affordable tling.
MyGovWeekly healthcare to all the residents Thus, Waiganjo said, the
as he assured of steady supply agency had no plans of cut-

N
yeri County gov- of the supplies going forward. ting supplies to the debtors as
ernment last week Speaking while flagging part of their commitment on
received a huge con- off the consignment, Kahiga improving healthcare for all
signment of medical stocks said the haul consisted of a Kenyans through provision of
worth Sh65 million from wide range of drugs for vari- quality medical supplies at an
Kenya Medical Supplies ous ailments that would be affordable cost.
Authority (KEMSA). distributed to facilities on Waiganjo reported that
The haul, the larg- need basis. the agency had embarked on
est the county has He added that he plans to automate all the ser-
procured so far, pro- was keen on improving vices to strengthen its com-
vides reflief for pa- collaboration with the petitive advantage as well as
tients who have been national government share in the growth of op-
complaining of lack to ensure success portunities availed by e-com-
of drugs in of Univer- merce in fulfilling demands of
majority of sal Health consumers.
the health Care that
facilities.
Gover-
Nyeri Governor Mutahi Kahiga

UNCLAIMED FINANCIAL ASSETS AUTHORITY


UNCLAIMED FINANCIAL ASSETS ACT (NO 40 OF 2011)
TENDER NOTICE
NO OBJECTION
The Export Promotion Council (EPC) is a State Corporation under the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Co-
Notice is issued pursuant to regulation 12 of the Unclaimed Financial Assets Regulations, 2016 that the Unclaimed Financial
operatives. In a bid to meet its mandate as the National focal body for the development and promotion of Assets Authority has received claims for unclaimed assets from the following persons claiming as administrators of the estates of
Kenya’s exports of goods and services, the Council invites applications for: (a) Internet Service and (b) deceased persons and agents of the original owners. And further take notice that if no objection has been lodged at the offices
registration of suppliers for provision of goods, works and services from interested and eligible bidders in of the Authority at the address below within thirty (30) days of the date of publication of this notice, payment will be made to
the aforementioned persons.
various categories.
Claimant’s Name/Administrator Name of Original Owner/Deceased Holder

CATEGORY A: TENDER OPEN TO GENERAL PUBLIC John Waweru Mwangi Mwangi Kanyuku Barclays Bank & Nation Media Group

TENDER NO. TENDER DESCRIPTION ELIGIBILITY Charity Wangechi Ndirangu & Peter Maina Ndirangu Bernard Ndirangu Mbogo TPS Eastern Africa

EPC/PROC/RFP/019/2017-2018 Provision of Internet Service Open Simon Gichuhi Kiarie Raphael Kiarie Thuo British American Tobacco, Scan Group,
Kenya Commercial Bank, REA Vipingo,
CATEGORY B: PREQUALIFICATION/REGISTRATION OF SUPPLIERS FOR THE PERIOD 2017-2019 Kengen & Standard Chartered Bank

TENDER NO. TENDER DESCRIPTION ELIGIBILITY Samuel Mwaura Njuguna Margaret Wanjiku Njuguna Centum Limited

EPC/PROC/RFP/020/2017-2018 Various Categories Open Joseph Wanjohi Anna Mumbi East African Breweries

Public Trustee Hanna Wairimu Kagucia Co-operative Bank


Interested and eligible firms for tender on Provision of Internet Service may inspect and obtain Zuhura Rajab Khamisi Khadija Rajab Amis Standard Chartered Bank
detailed tender documents from the EPC Procurement Office upon payment of a non-refundable
Clement Thogo Mwangi & Monica Wairimu Thogo Ester Wambui Thogo Centum Limited
fee of Ksh 1,000 (One Thousand shillings only) per set of tender documents to the Cashier at
EPC Office, Anniversary Towers, 16th Floor. Grace Waruguru Kimani Philis Wanjiru Kimani Standard Chartered Bank

Monica Wambui Kamau , Zakaria Njenga Kamau, James Kamau Thiong’o East African Breweries
Documents for prequalification/registration of suppliers are free of charge and can be Jane Njeri Ndegwa & Joseph Nyingi Kamau

downloaded from the Government Tender Portal (www.supplier.treasury.go.ke) or the Export Job Kilelo Mwanthi & Harrison Kathumbi Mwanthi Rael Ndungwa Mwanthi & Beatrice Nation Media Group
Promotion Council website (www.epckenya.org). Submission deadline is on Wednesday, 18th Mutunge Mwanthi

April, 2018 at 12:00 noon. Teresiah Mueni Mathendu Samuel Kamukwa Nguyo Barclays Bank

Elvis Newton Kilinga & Gladys Ajisa Lugadiru Lugadiru Lawrence Alex Kenya National Assurance Company
Completed tender documents in plain sealed envelopes clearly marked “Tender No:…. “ or
Janet Wanja Kingara & Eliud Mungai Kingara Samuel Hezekiah Kingara Kenya Commercial Bank & Standard
“Category No and Category Description” for Tender and Prequalification respectively as Chartered Bank
described in the Tender Notice should be addressed as below and be sent by post or deposited in
the Tender Box situated at the main entrance of the EPC Offices on 16th Floor, South Wing. LOSS OF POLICY
Notice is issued pursuant to regulation 9 of the Unclaimed Financial Assets Regulations, 2016 that the Unclaimed Financial Assets
The Chief Executive Officer Authority has received claims for unclaimed assets from the following persons who, through sworn affidavits, have indicated that
Export Promotion Council the original policy documents have been lost.

16th Floor, Anniversary Towers Claimant’s Name Policy No & Name of Policy Holder Name of Issuing Insurance Company
University Way Elvis Newton Kilinga & Gladys Ajisa Lugadiru Lugadiru Lawrence Alex-0424432 Kenya National Assurance Company
P.O. Box 40742 00100
Jackson Mutua Mulatya Jackson Mutua Mulatya – 3526457 Liberty Life Assurance
NAIROBI
Vincent Aluoch Okal Jackson Mutua Mulatya - 3548062 Liberty Life Assurance
Tenders will be opened immediately thereafter in the presence of the tenderers or their
Further notice is given that unless objection to the claims is lodged at the offices of the Authority at the address below within
representatives who choose to attend. thirty (30) days from the date hereof, payment will be made to the aforementioned persons on the evidence of the sworn affidavit
for lost original policy document and any liability on the lost policy document will immediately cease.
THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Unclaimed Financial Assets Authority, Pacis Centre, 2nd Floor, off Waiyaki Way, P. O. Box 28235 – 00200, Nairobi.

EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL Dated the 26th March 2018


KELLEN E. KARIUKI
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
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Concern over declining health


performance in Narok County
Only 33 percent of pregnant mothers that 40 percent of girls in both Most of these
primary and secondary school
visited antenatal clinics at least four had dropped out of school due women are
times before delivery making the to pregnancy in the same pe-
county to be the worst performer in the riod while the county stood at illiterate and
second last in fully immunised Narok Referral Hospital signboard: Health Stakeholders
country children. ignorant. They
have listed long distances to health facilities as one of the
KNA, NAROK
“About 57 percent of chil-
dren underwent full immu-
will choose to use main causes of poor health performance in the county.
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33% nisation last year making us traditional herbs
the second last county from tended to tens of women who to work closely with teachers

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nadequate resources to Mandera County. This trend is instead of visit- develop complications after to guide young learners on sex
implement public health worrying,” said Sananka. delivery but opted to remain matters. This comes at a time
services has been cited has Pregnant mothers The meeting that was held ing the hospital at home due to the long dis- when the county government
the major cause of poor health who visit antenatal at a Narok Hotel and involved tances to the health centres. has declared war on sex per-
performance in Narok County.
clinics at least four
health officials, education and
which sometime “Most of these women are verts following the high rate
times before
This was revealed during a
delivery
county administration offic- do not work illiterate and ignorant. They of teenage pregnancies in the
Health Promotion Advocacy ers was informed that due to will choose to use traditional area.
Committee meeting where it vastness of the county, many - Agnes Nkuyiai herbs instead of visiting the Narok Deputy Governor
was disclosed that in the year mothers chose to deliver at hospital which sometime do Evalyne Aruasa last week said
2016/2017, the county was anka, said only 33 percent home and give their children elling with their children to not work,” said Ms. Nkuyiai. about 17 form one girls from
ranked the worst in antenatal of pregnant mothers visited herbs instead of taking them to health centres, which could She pleaded with the county Suswa Primary school had
clinic attendance and leading antenatal clinics at least four health centres for vaccination. be over 30 kilometres from government to buy more mo- been reported pregnant, and
in teenage pregnancies in the times before delivery mak- “Most women develop com- their homesteads,” said Agnes bile clinic vehicles so as to named casual laborers work-
country. ing the county to be the worst plications while giving birth Nkuyiai, the county coordina- reach more women and chil- ing at the Standard Gauge
The county Health Promo- performer in the country. at home and choose to nurse tor of Beyond Zero Campaign. dren. On teenage pregnan- Railway (SGR) construction
tion Officer Mr. Bernard San- Further, Sananka indicated themselves first before trav- Ms. Nkuyiai said she had at- cies, the committee resolved site as the main culprits.

KENYA RURAL ROADS AUTHORITY


National Bank Building, 11th Floor, Harambee Avenue, P.O BOX 58535-00200, NAIROBI,KENYA.
Telephone No. +254 (020) 3244000, 2213106, 2213107, Fax: +254 (020) 2213105, 3244399, 3244277, e-mail: info@ppra.go.ke;
feedback@ppra.go.ke, website: www.ppra.go.ke
TENDER NOTICE
TENDER NOTICE
ADDENDUM NO.1
PROVISION OF SECURITY GUARDING SERVICES AT PUBLIC PROCUREMENT
PERFORMANCE BASED MAINTENANCE AND PERIODIC REGULATORY AUTHORITY OFFICES IN NAIROBI, MOMBASA & KISUMU –
MAINTENANCE OF VARIOUS ROADS TENDER NO. PPRA/07/2017-2018
Reference is made to the Tender Advert which appeared on MyGov, a circulation newspaper for the Government on Tuesday,
20th March, 2018. The Public Procurement Regulatory Authority invites sealed Tenders from eligible and competent Security Contractors
Interested Bidders are requested to note the following:- for the PROVISION OF SECURITY AND GUARDING SERVICES to the Head Office in Nairobi and Regional Offices
in Mombasa and Kisumu as detailed in the Schedule of requirements and Tender Form.
a. That the Tender for Performance Based Maintenance of Mwingi – Tseikuru in Kitui County and Gede - Watamu in
Kilifi County have been cancelled. Interested Security Service Providers may download the Tender document from the Public Procurement Regulatory
b. That the submission dates for the remaining tenders has been changed from Wednesday 11th April, 2018 to Authority website; www.ppra.go.ke or Treasury portal; www.supplier.treasury.go.ke , free of charge.
Wednesday 18th April, 2018 at 11.00am as shown in the table below.
Prices quoted should be inclusive of all taxes and must be in Kenya shillings and shall remain valid for 150 days from
the tender closing date.
S/N Region Tender Numbers Link Previous New NCA Activity
Name Submission Submission Category The tenderer shall furnish, as part of its tender, a tender security of Kshs. 10,000. The tender security shall be in the form
Date Date of a Guarantee issued by a Bank or Insurance Company accepted by PPRA.
1 Meru KeRRA/011/39/22/17-18 Nkubu - Wednesday Wednesday 5 and Repair and Duly completed tender documents should be submitted in a plain sealed outer envelope enclosing separately
Mitunguu 11th April, 18th April, above Resealing sealed envelopes (in “Original” and “Copy”) clearly marked Tender NO. TENDER NO.PPRA/07/2017 – 2018, For
2018 2018 the Provision of Security and Guarding Services at Public Procurement Offices and shall be addressed to:-
2 Kericho KeRRA/011/39/23/17-18 Kapsoit - Wednesday Wednesday 5 and Repair and The Director General
Sondu 11th April, 18th April, above Resealing Public Procurement Regulatory Authority
2018 2018 P.O. Box 58535 - 00200
3 Machakos KeRRA/011/39/24/17-18 Masii- Tawa Wednesday Wednesday 5 and Repair and Nairobi
11th April, 18th April, above Resealing And be deposited in the Tender Box located on the 10th Floor, Public Procurement Regulatory Authority Head Office,
2018 2018
National Bank Building along Harambee Avenue-Nairobi, so as to be received on or before Tuesday 17th April, 2018
4 Kisii KeRRA/011/39/25/17-18 Kamagambo- Wednesday Wednesday 5 and Performance at 10.00 a.m. Opening of tenders/bids will take place immediately thereafter at the 10th Floor Conference Room,
Mogonga 11th April, 18th April, above Based Main- Public Procurement Regulatory Authority, Head Office in the presence of tenderers/representatives who wish to attend.
2018 2018 tenance The Prices quoted in the tender/bid should be net inclusive of all taxes.
5 Kwale KeRRA/011/39/27/17-18 Ukunda – Wednesday Wednesday 6 and Performance A site visit/pre-tender meeting will be held as follows;
Diani Beach 11th April, 18th April, above Based Main-
Roads 2018 2018 tenance I. Mombasa on Monday 9th April, 2018 at 02:00 p.m. at Mombasa Trade Center Ltd 8th Floor, Nkurumah Road
II. Kisumu on Wednesday 11th April, 2018 at 02:00 p.m. at County Headquarters 6th Floor
6 Kitui KeRRA/011/39/28/17-18 Mwingi - Cancelled Cancelled N/A N/A III. Nairobi on Friday 13th April, 2018 at 02:00 p.m. at the PPRA 10th Floor Conference Room
Tseikuru

7 Kilifi KeRRA/011/39/29/17-18 Gede- Wat- Cancelled Cancelled N/A N/A


Any additional information, addendums or clarifications in respect to this tender will be available in our PPRA website
amu www.ppra.go.ke. All bidders are advised to regularly check the website during the bidding period.

8 Siaya KeRRA/011/39/30/17-18 Bondo – Wednesday Wednesday 6 and Repair and Bidders who choose to download the tender from PPRA website www.ppra.go.ke or IFMIS Portal website
Nyangera 11th April, 18th April, above Resealing www.supplier.treasury.go.ke should forward their company‘s details to info@ppra.go.ke so that any addendum/
2018 2018 clarifications can be sent to their email address.

c. That all other information for this tender remains the same. PPRA reserves the right to accept or reject any tender and may annul the tendering process and reject all tenders at any
Procurement Manager time prior to contract award without thereby incurring any liability to the affected tenderer or tenderers.
FOR: DIRECTOR GENERAL
KENYA RURAL ROADS AUTHORITY DIRECTOR GENERAL
KeRRA is ISO 9001:2008 CERTIFIED PUBLIC PROCUREMENT REGULATORY AUTHORITY
Opening Up Rural Kenya
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Four communities work together under new peace initiative


Special commissioner deployed to The elders committee held four peace
meetings they called for total
Kerio Valley after the interior CS Fred have agreed cease fire.
Matiang’i visited troubled area “The elders have agreed that
that anybody anybody who will be heard
firing a gun will be arrested
KNA, KAPSOWAR Commissioner James Cha- who will be heard and prosecuted,” he added.
cha who was deployed to the The special DCC also said
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Kerio Valley after the interior firing a gun will communities have agreed

F be arrested and
our communities living CS Fred Matiang’i visited the to identify criminals living
along the Kerio Valley troubled area said on Wednes- among them adding that the
have come together in day that he had formed a com- prosecuted notion that the fights were
a peace drive that will ensure mittee that will involve all the between clans was only used
that the communities living communities living along the - Commissioner James Chacha by criminals to cover up their Farmers in Kerio Valley go about their normal activities at Sangach
at the border co-exist in har- valley. covert activities. farms in Endoo Ward after a peace committee comprising members
mony. The committee comprises He said the committee will The committee will also of restive communities was formed to spearhead peace in the area.
The four communities -- of 130 members where 50 come together and agree on be tasked with developing
Pokot, Marakwet, Tugen and members were from Pokot guidelines for lasting peace a guide that will be used to the guidelines it will be used only but look in to other ac-
Ilchamus -- have for the past community another 50 from after which they will sign a so- manage scarce resources along to share resources equitably to tivities such as crop farming
two years experienced inse- Marakwet, 15 from Tugen cial contract that will be bind- the borders such as water and avoid conflict among them. for agribusiness and other
curity occasioned by cattle community and 15 members ing on all the communities for pasture and which are a major The special DCC advised the ventures. One of the residents
rustling and conflict over re- from Ilchamus, he said, add- sustainable peace. source of conflicts between communities to diversify their Chadwick Chalumale said
sources along the valley. ing that these members will The first agreement has been the communities. He said once sources of income, move away normalcy has returned to the
The special Deputy County be leading the peace caravan. put in place he said after the all the communities agree on from depending on livestock once troubled valley.

Authority to revive river


KONZA
INNOVATION
ECOSYSTEM
Together we shall build a more
coordinated system of investing
in innovation in Kenya
gauging stations over
INITIATIVE Joe Mucheru, EGH
Cabinet Secretary
rising flood menace
Technopolis Knowledge
Economy and
Previous gauging He further urged members of public
to play a role in reducing the volume of
Infrastructure
& Services Innovation stations were destroyed flood waters through harvesting and
by vandals collecting storing rain water from their roofs or
constructing small storage structures
scrap metal within their farms.
C A L L F O R P A R T N E R S H I P Kimari lamented that it had become
KNA, ISIOLO a trend in Isiolo County to move from
The Konza Technopolis Development Authority (KoTDA), the implementing agency
under the Ministry of Information Communications and Technology (MoICT) is seeking MyGovWeekly a serious drought into flood conditions
strategic partners to help in driving Knowledge Economy and Innovation as its key in a matter of days and called on the

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strategic pillar. Konza is developing an innovation ecosystem bringing together the he Water Resources Authority members of the public to desist from
various stakeholders within the industry to support the commercialization of research
(WRA) will revive four regular clearing vegetation and harvesting
and the development of new solutions and enterprises. The partners will be classified in
various categories and will be entitled to specific opportunities gauging stations to give early sand along water courses saying these
warnings over floods that have in the were a recipe for huge surface runoffs.
The partnership components past caused havoc in Isiolo town and its Kimari further called on Water Re-
environs. source Users Association to adhere to
Exploit the benefits of Sub-regional manager Robinson Ki- the provisions of the constitution by
IoT and Big Data: mari said the authority will revive four involving women.
Enterprise ‘BIG 4’ Agenda: stations, three of which are located
• Startup: Fast Food security, in Buuri sub-county of Meru County
tracking startups Health, Housing and to monitor the rainfall and give early
through the business manufacturing. warning to those living downstream
lifecycle • Commercialization over possible floods.
• Creative Economy of research and Kimari said the four stations that are
innovation. situated at Ntugi, Kibirichia dispen-
• Adoption of new sary, Nkando primary school, Ntirimiti
technologies.
secondary school and Acacia, will help “I urge you to ensure that 30 per-
check destruction of property and loss cent of your composition comprises
Virtual Science Innovation Forum: of lives witnessed in the past years. of women who are mostly affected by
and Technology Bringing together The officer regretted that the gauging water challenges,” he said.
Park (STP): It will quadruple helix stations were vandalised by unscrupu- He also cited Ntugi, Mugae, Merile
deliver the entire players; lous individuals who sell them to scrap stream and the airport junction as the
STP ecosystem • Academia metal dealers, noting that future sta- flooding spots, and cautioned residents
online through a • Industry tions would be built of concrete instead of Isiolo against encroaching on the
single collaboration • Government of metal. Merile stream and other water courses.
platform • Community/civil WRA Regional Manager for the
society
Ewaso Nyiro North Catchment area
I urge you to ensure Timothy Mutie said the authority will
not forcefully move people involved
Complete partnership For more Information visit us at
that 30 percent of in illegal water connections upstream,
noting that security organs will be en-
information and benefits
can be obtained by
Westlands, Capital West Business
Centre 5th Floor,
your composition gaged to evict adamant farmers.
downloading the files at
the following web link:
Rhapta Road & Lantana Road or
Call: +254 204343013/4 comprises of women Mutie said there is no way the au-
Email: innovate@konzacity.go.ke
thority will allow unscrupulous
www.konzacity.go.ke who are mostly affect- farmers to continue making illegal
connections and denying the people
ed by water challenges downstream their right to sufficient
and quality drinking water.
- Sub-regional manager Robinson Kimari
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Schooling fronted as If we put up


conserva-

solution to cattle rustling


tion parks we
will reduce the
movement of cat-
Official calls on practice still thrives. A former He added that cattle rustling
tle rustlers in the
Baringo County Assembly should be treated as a capi-
chiefs to enforce legislator Joseph Makilap has tal offence to hand offenders Kerio Valley belt
compulsory therefore called on the gov- heavy judicial penalties.
ernment through the chiefs to The former MCA suggested
schooling in enforce compulsory school- boarding schools in banditry
- Former Baringo County
Assembly legislator Joseph
communities ing in communities practising prone areas to keep learners Makilap
cattle rustling and banditry in school and that police and
practising the vice activities as a way of stopping relevant authorities should establish ranches along the Makilap. Rift Valley Regional and Integration Dr. Mor-
the menace. enforce access to education border of Elgeyo Marakwet to commissioner Mr. Mwongo ris Dzoro blamed the conflict
KNA, KABARNET Speaking during an annual which is a basic right as en- Turkana, Baringo and Sam- Chimwang asaid both national to boundary disputes among
MyGovWeekly symposium on security, peace shrined in the constitution. buru Counties saying it will and county governments were neighbouring communities.
and development held last Makilap observed that edu- reduce the movement of the committed to promote peace- The one-day symposium

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nforcement of com- Tuesday at Kenya School of cation was the only way to cattle rustlers up and down. ful coexistence and encour- was organised by Kenya
pulsory education has Government, Baringo campus, transform people and bring up “If we put up conserva- aged youth to work together School of Government and
been put forward as a Makilap attributed the inse- a society of people with good tion parks we will reduce the in order to stop the vice. targeted stakeholders in the
sure-fire measure to end cat- curity to retrogressive cultural morals and values. He urged movement of cattle rustlers However, a commissioner security sector in the North
tle rustling in areas where the activities and illiteracy. the national government to in the Kerio Valley belt,” said with the National Cohesion Rift region.

An ISO 9001:2015 Certified Hospital

MOI TEACHING AND REFERRAL HOSPITAL


TENDER NOTICE
Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH) invite sealed bids from eligible candidates for the following
tenders.

No. Tender No. Tender Description Eligibility Closing


date
1. MTRH/113/2017-2018 Tender for supply and delivery of Open 17th April,2018
Arthroscopy Implants.

2. MTRH/114/2017-2018 Tender for supply and delivery of Kitchen Open 17th April,2018
Utensils.

3. MTRH/D115/2017-2018 Tender for Disposal of Assorted Items. Open 17th April,2018


(Re-advertisement)

Infrastructure 4. MTRH/116/2017-2018 Tender for supply and delivery of Still/


Video Camera.
Open 17th April,2018

5. MTRH/117/2017-2018 Supply and Delivery of Dispensing Bags. Open 17th April,2018


We have seen immense growth
with completion of various infra- 6. MTRH/118/2017-2018 Tender for supply, delivery and Installation Open 17th April,2018
of E-Notice Board.
structure projects in the country.
The launch of SGR, refurbishment 7. MTRH/119/2017-2018 Tender for supply and delivery of Office Open 17th April,2018
and expansion of the JKIA are Furniture.
steps in the right direction to in- 8. MTRH/120/2017-2018 Tender for supply, Delivery, Installation and Open 17th April,2018
crease the connectivity for passen- Commissioning of Medical Equipment.
gers and goods. 9. MTRH/123/2017-2018 Tender for supply, delivery, Installation Open 17th April,2018
and Commissioning of Laundry Washer
Extractor Machine.

10. MTRH/124/2017-2018 Tender for supply and delivery of Electrical, Open 17th April,2018
Building and Hardware Items.
(Re-advertisement)

11. MTRH/125/2017-2018 Tender for provisioning of Clearing and Open 17th April,2018
Forwarding Services. (Re-advertisement)

12. MTRH/126/2017-2018 Tender for Provision of Group Life Cover. Open 17th April,2018

13. MTRH/127/2017-2018 Tender for supply, Delivery, Installation and Open 17th April,2018
Commissioning of Laboratory Information
System. (Re-advertisement)

14. MTRH/RFP20/2017-2018 Request for Proposals for A Statutory Fire Open 17th April,2018
Safety Audit. (Re-advertisement)

15. MTRH/RFP/21/2017-2018 Request for Proposals for Repair of Open 17th April,2018
Regional Blood Bank Incinerator.
(Re-advertisement)

The eligible bidders shall be required to provide authenticated evidence that they have recently
satisfactorily carried out similar assignment.

Tender documents with detailed specifications and conditions are obtainable from Supply Chain
Department, MTRH, P.O. Box 3-30100, Eldoret from Monday to Friday between 9.00 a.m. to 4.30
p.m. upon payment of non-refundable fee of Kshs. 1,000/- per each bidding document. Tenders can
also be downloaded FREE OF CHARGE from both Hospital’s website www.mtrh.go.ke under tenders
portal or state tender portal:https/supplier.treasury.go.ke

Completed tender documents in plain sealed envelopes should be deposited in tender box number “A”
situated at 2nd floor, left wing of the main building of MTRH (Eldoret) or posted to:

Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital


P.O. Box 3-30100
ELDORET

So as to be received on or before 17th April, 2018 at 10.00 a.m. Opening of the bidding documents will
be conducted publicly immediately thereafter at a venue to be advised by Tender Opening Committee.

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER


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Water CS assures residents


of more water connections
Murang’a may be ensure thousands of home- was accompanied by officers
the first county to steads access clean water. from several water boards.
attain 100 percent
water connections
During a consultative meet-
ing attended by local elected
leaders in Murang’a the CS
3.3b The projects being imple-
mented include; Ithanga water
supply (Sh1.2 billion), Ga-
in all homesteads said the national government
in partnership with develop-
tanga project (Sh300 million,
Murang’a community water
before 2030 ment partners is currently supply project (Sh800 mil-
implementing water projects lion), Gatango water supply water supply to local people. to Nairobi.
worth Sh3.3 billion. (Sh250 million) and Kayawe He reiterated the ministry’s The leaders led by governor
KNA, MURANG’A The water projects, Chelu- project (Sh150 million). support in continuous con- Mwangi Wa Iria, argued de-
MyGovWeekly gui said, are in reference to Other projects include; servation of water catchment spite the government chan-
the construction of North- Ichiche/Kiruri/Makombi pro- areas to ensure steady supply neling more funds to facilitate

M
urang’a may be the ern Water Collector Tunnel ject funded at a tune of Sh280 of water. water projects, majority of
first county to attain which is being constructed in million and Murang’a distri- “We are going to facilitate Murang’a residents cannot
100 percent water the county to increase water bution networks project which rehabilitation of water towers access clean water.
connections in all home- volume at Ndakaini Dam, the Value of water will cost Sh300 million. within the county to ensure “We want the pipes which
steads before 2030, Water and main water source for Nairobi projects the national The CS noted that the min- that water catchment areas were promised by the gov-
Sanitation Cabinet Secretary and its environs. istry in collaboration with the are always protected,” he ernment to be given to
Simon Chelugui has said. “The Ministry is currently
government in county government is devel- added. local water companies to
The county, Chelugui noted, implementing eight water partnership with oping a master plan to iden- Murang’a leaders de- increase water connec-
is endowed with many per- projects in the county to en- development tify and implement long term manded the county tions,” said Wa Iria
manent rivers and other water sure sustainable water sup- partners is currently water investments up to 2042. residents to be noting some pipes
sources saying the govern- ply to local residents. Some of implementing The government, he added, supplied with were supplied a
ment is currently implement- the projects are already com- is in process of constructing a water before the year ago but put
ing several water projects to pleted,” noted the CS, who mega Maragua dam to increase same is supplied in a store.

THE PRESIDENCY
MINISTRY OF PUBLIC SERVICE, YOUTH AND GENDER AFFAIRS
State Department For Public Service And Youth MINISTRY OF LANDS AND PHYSICAL PLANNING

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST


(CONSULTING SERVICES – FIRMS SELECTION) REPUBLIC OF KENYA

Country: KENYA
Name of Project: Kenya Youth Employment Opportunities Project (KYEOP)
Loan No./Credit No./ Grant No.: 5812-KE TENDER NOTICE
Assignment Title: Consultancy services for Provision of Life Skills Training
Reference No.: MPYG/KYEOP/FBS/01/2017-2018 1.1 The Ministry of Lands and Physical Planning invites tenders from eligible bidders for the following
The Government of Kenya has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Kenya Youth Employment and
tenders:
Opportunities Project, and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services.
The consulting services (“the Services”) include Life Skills Training whose main objective is to equip youth beneficiaries with S/ TENDER NO IFMIS TENDER ITEM AMOUNT REMARKS
adaptive and positive behaviour that enable them to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of work and everyday NO NO. OF BID
life. The trainings will be provided in a non-residential setting, using experiential learning format in venues convenient to SECURITY
youth in each of the counties targeted.
1 MLPP/1/2017-2018 643014-2017/2018 Supply and delivery of Not Reserved
The Services will cover 17 counties grouped in four lots and staggered over a period of three years. The start date for training Revenue collection Franking applicable for AGPO
is planned for June 2018 till June 2021. As part of the Expression of Interest, Service Providers will be required to indicate Machine
lots that they are interested in which are as tabulated below:
2 MLPP/2/2017-2018 643011-2017/2018 Provision of Security services 150,000 Open
Lot: Counties: Est. trainees:
3 MLPP/3/2017-2018 643013-2017/2018 Provision of Cleaning services Not Reserved
Lot 1 Nakuru, Nyandarua, Machakos, Kitui 14,786 at Ardhi House(Nairobi) applicable for AGPO
Lot 2 Kisumu, Migori, Kisii, Kakamega, Bungoma, Turkana 23,781 4 MLPP/4/2017-2018 643008-2017/2018 Provision of Cleaning services Not Reserved
at Survey of Kenya (Ruaraka) applicable for AGPO
Lot 3 Mombasa, Kwale, Kilifi, Wajir, Mandera 15,118
5 MLPP/5/2017-2018 643004-2017/2018 Provision of Cleaning Not Reserved
Lot 4 Nairobi, Kiambu 16,315
services(Kenya Institute of applicable for AGPO
It is anticipated that there will be a minimum of two cycles in each calendar year. Training in each cycle will last for 10 Surveying and Mapping)
working days.
6 MLPP/6/2017-2018 643007-2017/2018 Provision of Cleaning services Not Reserved
The Ministry of Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs (State Department for Public Service and Youth) now invites eligible
at National Titling Centre. applicable for AGPO
consulting firms (“Consultants”) to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide 7 MLPP/7/2017-2018 642996-2017/2018 Supply and delivery of Survey Not Reserved
information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services.
equipment applicable for AGPO
The shortlisting criteria are:
1. Cover letter for EOI indicating lots applied for; 1.2 Interested eligible candidates may obtain a complete set of tender documents at the Ministry of Lands
2. Minimum of five years’ relevant experiences and technical capacity to provide Life Skills training; and Physical Planning website: www.ardhi.go.ke and also at the IFMIS portal: supplier.treasury.go.ke
3. The firm must have undertaken at least one similar assignment in the last five years; and and search using the unique IFMIS Tender Number provided against the tenders above. Candidates are
4. Demonstrated capacity to carry out similar services in the lots applied for.
advised to download, free of charge, and print the attached documents to enable them access all the
Key Experts will not be evaluated at the shortlisting stage.
pages of the tender documents.
The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank’s Guidelines: Selection and Employ- 1.3 Prices quoted should be net inclusive of all taxes, must be in Kenya shillings and shall remain valid for
ment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers, January 2011 Revised July 90 days from the closing date of the tender.
2014 (“Consultant Guidelines”), setting forth the World Bank’s policy on conflict of interest. In addition, please refer to the 1.4 Completed tender documents shall be submitted through the IFMIS SUPPLIER PORTAL:
following specific information on conflict of interest related to this assignment: 1.9 (d) of Consultant Guidelines. www.supplier.treasury.go.ke as per the requirements contained in the tender so as to be received on
or before 24th April, 2018 at 10.am. East African time
Consultants may submit their REOI as an individual firm or in association in the form of a joint venture or subconsultancy.
All the members of the joint venture shall be jointly and severally liable for the entire assignment. However, the experience NOTE:
of sub-consultant will not be considered while short-listing. • Bidders who may experience challenges in accessing and uploading their tenders in the IFMIS tender
A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Fixed Budget Selection method set out in the Consultant Guidelines.
portal should contact the IFMIS Department in Treasury for assistance.
Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours 0900 to 1700 hours. • MANUAL SUBMISSIONS will not be accepted. All tenders must be submitted online.
Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below (in person, or by mail, or by fax, or by e-mail) 1.5 Interested eligible candidates may obtain further information and inspect the tender documents at the
by Tuesday, 17th April, 2018 at 1100 hours.
Ministry of Lands and Physical Planning, Ardhi House, 1st Ngong Avenue, Ngong Road 10th floor wing B,
Physical address: Tender Box on Teleposta Towers (GPO) 2nd Floor, along Kenyatta Avenue
room 1018.
Attn: Principal Secretary, State Department of Public Service and Youth, P. O. Box 30050 – 00100, Nairobi, Kenya. 1.6 Tenders will be opened immediately thereafter in the presence of the candidates or their representatives
E-mail: kyeop@psyg.go.ke who choose to attend at the Ministry of Lands and Physical Planning, Ardhi House 7th floor,
Head Supply Chain Management Wing C, ICT Training Room
FOR : PRINCIPAL SECRETARY
Principal Secretary
Ministry of Lands and Physical Planning
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MINISTRY OF LANDS
REPUBLIC OF KENYA

PUBLIC NOTICE
VALIDATION OF LAND DETAILS FOR ON-LINE PROCESSING
The Ministry of Lands is entrusted with the responsibility of facilitating
efficient Land Administration and Management in the country.

The Ministry has since completion of the re-engineering of business


processes through the Lands Information Management System
(LIMS) closed both Nairobi and Central Registries including
Records Registry and the Banking Hall for two weeks to ensure the
records are scanned and that the data is clean in readiness for online
processing from 3rd April 2018.

The following Services will ONLY be available online through the


Government Service Portal www.ecitizen.go.ke by logging into the
portal and navigating to Ministry of Land and Physical Planning.
i. Transfer of Ownership (Transfer of Lease and Transfer of Land)
ii. Issuance of Consent to Transfer, Charge, Lease, etc will be created
automatically upon application
iii. Valuation requests will be created automatically upon application
for Transfer
iv. Payment and Issuance of Land Rent Clearance Certificate.
v. All payments (Payment of Stamp Duty, Registration Fees,
Consent Fees)
vi. Application and withdrawal of Caution/Caveats/Restrictions
vii. Registration of Land Documents
viii. Searches (Nairobi and Central Registries – Nairobi Properties)

All Property Owners within Nairobi with Titles under the Registered Land Act (Repealed) and Registration of Titles Act
(Repealed) who wish to make transactions on their Land are required to access their Land details online and initiate the
transaction. First, confirm that your Land is listed in your profile under the ‘Manage Property’ menu by logging into LIMS
via the eCitizen portal, if it is not then you will need to validate it by;

Click on Make Application, Verify your Title and then Authenticate your Title by uploading a copy of it and the Transfer
document. Once your Land details are approved at the Registry, a link to your Land will be done and you will be able to
access it under ‘Manage Property’ and make an application against it.

Note:
1. Any party holding documents ready for registration and was locked out by the closure of the registries should present
them by Friday, the 13th April 2018
2. Citizens are highly encouraged to process their transactions online as it ensures genuine transactions, efficiency,
accountability and reduces fraud.

Dr. Nicholas Muraguri


Principal Secretary
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Naturalist’s abiding love


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for orphaned elephants


Pioneers & Transformers
Journeys of top achieving women in Kenya
BY THE KENYA YEARBOOK EDITORIAL BOARD

An elephant hurled her on to rocks, dowed Sheldrick with a rock-solid foundation


of knowledge — more than one could attain in
crushing her bones; not only did she any classroom or laboratory.
The couple derived much joy from the me-

live to tell the tale but she has dedi- nagerie such that each animal’s death shred-
ded Sheldrick’s heart. The elephants under
two years old died because cow milk is lethal
cated her life to rescuing, rehabilitat- to them. The husband-wife team never gave up
their trial-and-error quest for the right home-
ing and reintegrating elephants and made formula. The missing component was co-
conut, biologically closest to elephant milk fat.
rhinos Tragically, when Sheldrick finally created the
correct formula after 28 years, her husband was
not there to share her joy. He died unexpectedly
of a heart attack in 1976 at 56, leaving her and
daughters Jill and Angela devastated. She knew

A
fourth generation Kenya-born Briton, Dr she probably would have a long time on her
Dame Daphne Sheldrick adopted her first own. “But it was worth it,” she declares.
orphaned animal, a bushbuck, when she Widowed and with no means to support
was only three years old. “My parents always herself, the government allowed her to build
told me that wild animals never belong. They a small tin house in the Nairobi National Park,
are on loan, and if you love them, you will set where she would work as a volunteer conser-
them free. When the bushbuck felt the call of vationist. However, “reticent and laid-back”,
the wild, it broke my heart.” Sheldrick, as she describes herself, had no idea
This background set the stage for her lifelong she would be required to raise more elephants, a
love for animals. Sheldrick founded the David calling that has involved years of foster-moth-
Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (DSWT) in 1977 in erhood of elephants and rhinos.
memory of her husband, a fellow conservation- The new phase began when the Kenya Wild-
ist. Through the Trust she started a pioneering life Service (KWS) asked her to nurture an
orphans’ project which has successfully become infant elephant at the orphanage. She had to
world renowned in the rescue, rehabilitation drive through the national park day and night
and reintegration of elephants and rhinos. for three hours to bottle-feed the orphan. When
After finishing high school, Sheldrick moved other babies arrived, she asked KWS to take
to Tsavo National Park where met her husband, them to her house.
a senior warden at the park. He had built the Meanwhile, her husband’s friends convinced
park, the size of Wales or Michigan, but faced her to create a trust in his memory, which she
challenges from bureaucracy in a changing would chair. They managed to raise some money
regime, crooked scientists, poachers, ivory by showing films and giving talks in clubs and
cartels, and logistical obstacles of living in the DSWT was born. “We sent a hat around for a few
remote bush. bob here and there,” she recalls.
Sheldrick describes her husband and co-con- Today, the Trust has around 200 staff — a
servationist in colourful terms: “He was good level of growth Sheldrick had never imagined.
at everything. A wonderful shot, the youngest She prefers to have zero orphaned wildlife and
major in the Second World War King’s African yet the Trust’s growth is the sad testament of
Rifles...a man of impeccable integrity.” human greed and cruelty, which has assumed
Sheldrick was a capable and devoted partner holocaust proportions for elephants and rhinos.
to her husband, having learned valuable sur- Sheldrick describes elephants as “very
vival skills from her mother. He wrote of her: human”. She explains: “They mirror our de-
“She was very artistic; she sewed all our clothes velopment at every stage. Up to three years, the
and knitted our jerseys. She was an excellent babies need 24-hour tender loving care for their
cook. And she always loved flowers and gar- physical, emotional and social growth. When
dens...” She turned the solitary outpost into a teething, they develop severe diarrhoea that
warm and cosy home. claims many of them.”
Together, they reared orphans of misfor- The octogenarian wakes up at 5:30am. “I
tune...elephants, black rhinos, buffalo, zebras, like housework, so I dust and clean my house.”
elands, kudus, impalas, duikers, reedbuck, By eight, she starts work, going through each
dik-diks, warthogs, civets, mongooses and orphan’s book to check the morning entry —
birds. This hands-on experience, coupled with whether it slept well or had nightmares, the
her husband’s quarter-century tutelage, en- colour of its stool and the like. Baby elephants
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WORDS OF WISDOM
“Human memory is short, so it’s
important to write your story. Leave
history for your children and your
grandchildren.”

“It’s bad to give up. Do the best you can,


however humble, then you’ll have a clear
conscience. You will sleep well at night
and that’s the secret to health.”

“I’ve no intention of ever retiring; people


who retire die much younger.”

“Being 80 doesn’t feel any different


except when I look in the mirror and
nature takes care of that. You want
to go to bed earlier. You don’t want
to go to parties so much. It’s a natural
adjustment.”

“Rearing animals, like elephants,


requires digging deep from inner
reserves to find ‘staying power’; it’s a
long-term assignment parallel to raising
a human child.”

can be fine one day and dead the next. Sheldrick dures. The keepers, she asserts, probably know ally release the orphans into the Tsavo. Previ- emonies and speaking engagements.
therefore endeavours to quickly diagnose and more about elephants than any scientist. This is ously, she entrusted repatriated orphans to her Sheldrick would rather be in the bush. The
remedy situations. She tests blood samples of because “the elephants consider them family, old friend, Eleanor — a Samburu matriarch, naturalist is never lonely among birds and other
sick orphans before administering drugs, very so they behave totally naturally around them. whom she raised in the 1960s. Eleanor and wildlife. “The one animal I’m not that comfort-
much like one does with human children. They love them and come back after living in the Sheldrick maintained contact for over 30 years able with is lots of humans,” she says. “As for
The conservationist has delegated much of wild. They bring their babies along to show the until they lost touch, but Eleanor was sighted in the accolades, I find them a bit of a pain, hon-
the running of the Trust to her daughter, An- keepers.” 2006. estly, I don’t like travelling overseas.”
gela, but remains an active adviser. Compiling Once weaned, Sheldrick and her team gradu- Once during a visit to Tsavo, Sheldrick mis- However, she cherishes the Moran of the
and publishing elephant diaries from rangers took another elephant for Eleanor. The cow Burning Spear presidential award, which meant
countrywide enables Sheldrick to virtually keep walked towards her, appearing friendly, Shel- a lot to her because it came from Kenyan peo-
her finger on the pulse of each pachyderm in her I draw emotional stam- drick reached out to touch her ear. Startled, the ple. The British-passport-holder has always
care.
She explains that elephants are highly intel-
ina from elephants, elephant flicked her with her trunk and sent
Daphne flying into a pile of rocks, instantly
regarded Kenya as her home and with the new
Constitution in place, she is contemplating dual
ligent, and death in their family deeply trau- who suffer tragedy and shattering her legs. She realised too late that this citizenship.
matises them. They mourn just like humans and was not Eleanor. Months of treatment enabled The matriarch has taught her daughters and
return periodically to the site of a loved one’s heartbreak almost daily, her to regain use of her limbs. four grandchildren that; “you reap what you
death to pay their respects. Yet they carry on, a Despite the excruciating encounter, Sheldrick sow; if you treat people and animals kindly, it
philosophy that has comforted Sheldrick in her but find the courage to is happy to be alive. Ironically, the animal she comes back to you. People recognise what you
darkest moments. “I draw emotional stamina now fears the most is her beloved elephant, al- do and help you do more.”
from elephants, who suffer tragedy and heart-
turn the page and focus on though her love and understanding of elephants Sheldrick has successfully reared over 150
break almost daily, but find the courage to turn life after grieving, just as surpasses any fear. She believes she has a duty elephants, excluding 100, which arrived too-
the page and focus on life after grieving, just as to share her life-long knowledge from studying far-gone to survive. The Trust’s mobile veteri-
acutely as us humans, and perhaps even more acutely as us humans, and elephants and their habitats, hence the mem- nary units have helped save 800 elephants. With
so.” oirs, articles and videos she has published. She worldwide public support, the DSWT has saved
Sheldrick has trained 50 elephant keepers, perhaps even more so. is known for her devotion and toil, for which almost 1,000 elephants, which would most cer-
who care for the orphans using complex proce- she receives regular invitations to award cer- tainly have died.
- Dr Dame Daphne Sheldrick
April 3, 2017

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Historic Mwatate water dam


dries up as dilapidation sets in
rendered the once magnificent so drastically that the facil-
In the 1950s, the dam was brick-and-concrete structure ity only harvests rain water in
so vital to the region that its a bare shell. rainy season for use by domes-
water was used to serve Voi Mr. Fred Mwazina, former tic animals.
chief of Rong’e location where County Executive Commit-
Town from a 71km long pipe the dam is located, terms the tee Member for Water Gasper
death of the dam as the great- Kabaka said the county was
est tragedy to befall the region. seeking a donor to fund the
KNA, VOI Mr. Mwazina, whose grand- rehabilitation of the dam. He
MyGovWeekly father donated the 5-acre land added that the total estimates
for the project, said that apart needed for the works at Sh28

T
ucked beneath the sce- from providing water for the million which was unavail-
nic towering Rong’e Juu
Mountains in Mwatate
sub-county in Taita-Taveta
steam engine, the dam was
also giving local residents’
water for irrigation and do-
30m able, noting that the county
was working closely with na-
tional government to find a
County is Kighombo Dam, mestic consumption. donor for the project.
one of the oldest and most “All the good things the dam He also revealed that the
iconic dams in Kenya. was known for are no more. proposed Mzima 2 water pro-
Constructed in 1912, the We are looking at the end of ject would serve the dam.
dam is set on a 5-acre piece Kighombo as we all knew it,” Cubic litres of water “We will get a pipe to supply
of land donated to East Africa said the ex-chief. Kighombo dam in Taita the dam with water but after
Railway Corporation (EARC) Thousands of residents of Taveta County has a the rehabilitation exercise is
by a local wealthy farmer. Kulele, Ikanga, Mkwachunyi capacity of holding over,” he said.
Local accounts say the dam and Kighombo villages have Former Being a fresh-water dam, the when full After its restoration, the
was built by EARC to primar- been using the dam since Rong’e facility was designed in such dam is expected to serve over
ily provide water for steam en- 1970s. The dam has a capac- location a way that no surface run-off a thousand homesteads in six
gines used by the trains plying ity of holding over 30 million would get into it. villages surrounding it. There
across the region. cubic litres of water when full. chief Fred Mr. Mwazina said the engi- are also efforts to rehabilitate
But the glamour is no more. In the 1950s, the dam was Mwazina neers had decided to use the Mbololo and Mwambirwa
The once massive dam is so vital to the region that its narrates the dam as a reservoir for water forest as part of county and
drying up. Decades of neglect, water was used to serve Voi chequered that was treated at a nearby Kenya Forest Services (KFS)
climate change and devasta- Town with other pipes serving history of plant at Mwamsha intake in initiative to restore forest cover
tion of water sources have Bachuma area and Mackinon Rong’e. The dam was perma- and protect the streams.
shopping centre from a 71km Kighombo nently being fed by cast-iron blockages from rock falls and Mr. Linet Mombo, a farmer
long pipe. dam in pipes that got water from overgrown vegetation posed in Ikanga, said water shortage
All the good things the EARC would later transfer Mwatate fresh-water streams in Mbo- a real threat to the continued had been a constant challenge
the ownership and manage- sub-county lolo and Mwambirwa forests. existence of Kighombo Dam. since Kighombo dam dried up.
dam was known for are ment of Kighombo Dam to In a report by East Africa Mr. Mwazina said recom- She noted that with the pro-
National Water Corporation Wildlife Society in the year mendations in the report were posed rehabilitation will save
no more. We are look- in 1992. By then, the dam had 2000, it was noted that there never implemented. Over residents the pains of going for
ing at the end of Kighombo started showing signs of tear
and wear with the major pipes
was urgent need to restore
the dam in its original state.
time, the dam descended into
a state of dilapidation as all
water kilometres away.
“We are waiting for this
as we all knew it feeding it with water were The report noted that massive pipes were vandalised. The project and hope it will be a
getting constantly clogged siltation, cracks, reduction in once pristine fence also fell success. It will solve all our
Former chief Fred Mwazina
by mud from the mountains. water from the sources, pipe apart and water levels reduced water problems,” she said.

Wananchi urged to support police in fighting crime


Likoni Catholic KNA, MOMBASA on Good Friday at Our Lady security is the responsibility of
Bishop says MyGovWeekly of Mercy Catholic church in everybody.
Mtongwe where the faithful Another clergyman, Jeff

C
there is need for hurch leaders in the commemorated the crucifix- Mbatia, urged residents to
residents to stay crime-ridden Likoni ion and death of Jesus Christ. embrace community policing
sub-county of Mom- The man of God warned initiatives stressing that se-
alert and interact basa have asked residents to against politicising the fight curity was not the preserve of
with the police in support the police in the fight against crime noting that res- the police.
the fight against against crime.
Likoni Catholic Bishop
idents have the responsibility
to inform the police illegal ac-
Father Mbatia said Kenyans
should come together in the
runaway crime Henry Ndune says there is tivities or suspicious looking fight against insecurity, cor-
need for residents to stay alert people in their localities. ruption and poverty. “In 2017, we had a general Ndune.
and interact with the police “If residents and the po- The clergymen in their election marked by bitter- Security agencies have ar-
in the fight against runaway lice work together, then the Easter message called on Ken- ness and divisions but it is rested 120 people in Likoni in a
crime. cases of crime will be greatly yans to reconcile and live in now time to seek reconcilia- major crackdown on criminal
Bishop Ndune was speaking reduced,” he said adding that peace and harmony. tion with others,” said Bishop gangs terrorizing residents.