It was started in 2005 to enable the University to actively participate and contribute to the achievement of sustainable development in the developing countries through joint partnerships with international, regional and national institutions, as well as local government departments,
private entrepreneurs, NGOs, and other academic institutions.
It aims to provide the much-needed impetus for research, knowledge, awareness and solutions to sustainable development in Eastern African communities
i just hope they are planning to go large scale because this inflation thing has never stopped to me.
we also need meat and milk to survive every saturday.
Not just cleaning up and collecting trash but building a recycling plant.