By Lavender Awuor In a National symposium on disaster prevention held in Kisumu County on 13th of October, Governor Prof. Anyang’ Nyong’o delivered a message of unity and preparedness. He emphasized the critical need for disaster prevention and urged all stakeholders to work together to make Kisumu County more resilient. Disasters have previously taken a
Governor Nyong’o warned the County residents against complacency in adherence to mitigation measures in place toward the fight against Covid – 19 pandemic. Currently, the responsibility of the management of Covid-19 has been shouldered on communities following the opening of the country after 3-months cessation on COVID -19 prone areas. “You cannot defy death when
Mama Ida Odinga Trust is seeking out partnerships with County Governments’ nationally to roll out a three-month campaign to address rising teenage pregnancies and child marriages. Dubbed Linda Kesho, the program aims to halt new cases and stir up a national debate on the prevalence. Kisumu is one of the four counties involved in the
Governor Nyong’o has today officially established the Covid -19 response fund committee to effectively raise, and manage the funds in an impactful and accountable interventions that will mitigate the adverse effects of the Coronavirus and floods, in a bid restore Socio- economic status of county residents. This is the second committee formed after the Kisumu
Kisumu Governor, Professor Nyong’o has this morning been installed as the patron of the Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI) Kisumu branch, led by the Chairman Mr. Israel Agina and the board Members at the Prosperity House. This exercise took place as he flagged off supplies worth Ksh. 150,000 donations courtesy of the
About six hundred households in Nyamware, Ebeneza, Ayueyo Roman Catholic and Alendu primary evacuation centers today received food and non food items from the County Directorate of Special Programs in partnership with Kisumu Rescue Committee – a group of philanthropists from Kisumu Business Community. The donations included: maize floor, sugar, cooking oil, salt, blankets, and jackets.