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  • Senior Librarian I at Garissa University College

    Garissa University College
     SCALE – GU 13An officer at this level will be responsible for Management of Information Communication and Technologies (ICTs) at the college level within the University Community. Duties and responsibilities will involve formulation of ICTs policies, plannin[...]
    Date Posted: 21 Apr 2017
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Jobs in Kerugoya

Kerugoya is a town in Kenya. It is the capital of Kirinyaga County. It is associated as economic hub of the region courtesy of the farms held by local farmers: The region is the most suitable for farming, so they grow tea, coffee, macadamia and others food stuff. There are several agro-vet business and offices from the ministry of Agriculture and banks available to support agricultural and dairy farming. Milk production in Kirinyaga county is on the rise with many farmers favoring dairy farming for its handsome rewards. Kirima Slopes Co-operative Society buys milk from farmers and then sells it to Brookside Dairy. In the year 2014, the cooperative society which is a community-based initiative received Ksh.89million as payment for milk sold to Brookside company. Employment opportunities usually open up frequently here.

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