Access to health services and food security is fundamental for economic growth. In Nakuru County, however, we have informal settlement areas that face challenges of sanitation and access to health care.
Fortunately, this will be addressed through a partnership between the County Government of Nakuru and other partners.
Governor Susan Kihika today hosted Gottfried Herman Grohe, the Vice Chairman of Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS), Dr. Annette Schwander Head of the KAS Kenya Office, her deputy Ms.Miriam Siemes and the team.
Speaking after a meeting with the guests, Kihika revealed that they had discussions that majored in areas of partnership in social welfare programs. This includes access to quality health care, water and sanitation, and food security in informal settlements.
Renewable energy solutions that can be implemented in the county was also an area that was discussed.
“We have had fruitful discussions touching on various areas where we can partner. This is all aimed at improving livelihoods” said Kihika.