Chemno’s not Slowing Down on Diversification Bandwagon

Chemno’s not Slowing Down on Diversification Bandwagon

Uasin Gishu Deputy Governor Daniel Chemno has underscored the reasons he shall continue supporting the gospel of diversification until farmers pick up the call to sow alternative high-value crops. The DG speaks on the need to diversify and adopt big money fetching crops as avocado, coffee and macadamia, as well as other high value fast maturing crops. He speaks just...

DG applauds one of UG’s Highest KCPE Scorers

DG applauds one of UG’s Highest KCPE Scorers

Deputy Governor Daniel Chemno received a joyous group of family and friends of Vic Kimutai, one of Uasin Gishu County’s best pupil who scored 438 marks in this year’s Kenya Certificate of Primary Education. The DG received the jubilant group which visited the County headquarters in part of their celebration. Kimutai was a pupil at the PCEA Abundant Hope Academy...

Cleanup Exercise at Hill School Secondary

Cleanup Exercise at Hill School Secondary

On Tuesday, the CEC in charge of Water, Environment, Natural Resources, Tourism and Wildlife Management Mrs. Mary Njogu engaged in a cleanup exercise at Hill School Secondary in a move to create awareness on the importance of keeping the environment clean. Speaking while addressing students sponsored by Equity Bank Wings to Fly Initiative, Njogu noted that keeping the environment clean...

Preparations for the 2019/20 Budget

Preparations for the 2019/20 Budget

Preparations for the 2019/20 budget are on top gear. The Uasin Gishu County Government; Department of Finance and Economic planning on Tuesday began sector hearing meetings which involve engaging stakeholders from different departments. The hearings which will run for five days focuses on five key sectors which include Infrastructure, Health, Agriculture and Rural Development, Education and Public Administration. The Tuesday’s...

County gets 800,000 US Dollars for Maternal Health

County gets 800,000 US Dollars  for Maternal Health

Development partners in the Health Sector have been challenged to share information with relevant departments of the County Government of Uasin Gishu for action and proper planning. This would help the administration with accurate and up to date information with regard to new trends of modern day illness. The Deputy Governor said today. He added that the longtime relationship the...

Cooperatives and their Vital Role Towards Economic Progress

Cooperatives and their Vital Role Towards Economic Progress

The County Government of Uasin Gishu through the Department of Cooperatives and Enterprise Development provides support to rural economic activities in a bid to achieve development and innovation in the County. This is achieved through pooling of experience, knowledge, resources and by helping one another, cooperative societies help members to find solutions to their problems. The farmers need support in...

Uasin Gishu County Committed to Partner with Tax collector

Uasin Gishu County Committed to Partner with Tax collector

Uasin Gishu Governor Jackson Mandago has asked Kenyans to pay taxes so as to enable the Country to be independent. The Governor says there is no way the County will develop without collecting sufficient taxes. “This Country is not going to develop because of loans, we should pay taxes for us to develop our nation,” said Mandago. Speaking when Kenya...

Governors Mandago, Sang Call for More Funds for Sports

Governors Mandago, Sang Call for More Funds for Sports

Governor Jackson Mandago has asked the Ministry of Sports to increase funds allocation for completion of sporting facilities.   The Government had started a program of building new as well as renovating and modernizing stadia across the country.   Speaking as he graced this year’s Kass Marathon, Governor Mandago called on Sports Cabinet Secretary to move and see to it...

The Future of Dairy – Uasin Gishu County

The Future of Dairy – Uasin Gishu County

With the current milk production in the country standing at 5.2 billion litres, and projections expected at 2022 at 7.9 billion litres, a shortfall on self-reliance is highly expected. Hence, the need to find mitigations of solving the expected shortage. The Director Economic Affairs, Office of the Deputy President Mr. Domnic Menjo, consolidated with a team of livestock officers from...

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