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Kenya keep making the news for the right reasons and have just been ranked amongst the most generous nations in the world Tag a proud Kenyan

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DAPHNE SHELDRICK Today we feature the Daphne Sheldrick Elephant🐘 Orphanage, a definite must see if you’re in Nairobi. This is globetrotter​ @labengale hanging out with the baby elephants! #MagicalKenya #TembeaKenya

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The launch of the Kenya National Electrification Strategy is a blueprint to achieve Kenya’s development goals through improving electricity access to power the Big4 agenda and other Government programs. With the help of the technological advances, the strategy has identified least-cost options for bringing electricity to households and businesses throughout the country with a vision of ensuring universal access for all Kenyans by 2022. Improved access to electricity will not only contribute towards economic development as an enabler for the Big 4 agenda, but will also improve livelihoods as it spurs growth of small scale industries. Provision of adequate, affordable, and reliable electricity supply will be important supplement to the investments in health and education guided by Kenya’s Vision 2030 to help Kenya move up the index. The launch was presided over by Energy Cabinet Secretary Hon. Charles Keter , Energy Principal Secretary Dr. Eng Joseph Njoroge joined by Mr. Lucio Monari, Director, Energy Global Practice, World Bank and Mr. Adnan Amin, Director General, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) #Electricity4AllKE

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