Ledama Alleges What The Developers Are Using That is Causing Collapse of Buildings
In recent times, a number of buildings have collapsed in Nairobi and other regions of the country. The cases increase during the rainy season. The stakeholders involved in the approval of the construction of these projects are blamed for allowing low-standard buildings to be raised. However, Narok Senator Ledama Ole Kina has come up with a theory that may be the cause of this problem.
Kenya's development Status
According to the World Bank, Kenya is classified as a lower middle-income economy. This is because its per capita income is between US$1,036 and US$4,045. Kenya’s development status is thus determined by its gross national income (GNI) per capita.
Marketable skills you will not regret learning today.
Our world today is taking a different path when it comes to employment. In our country Kenya, many people are now depending on their skills to survive in this hard economy. Indeed, many people are educated and have papers, but how many are employed? We have heard youths complaining because of unemployment multiple times.
How to Make Money Programming in Kenya in 2022
Do you want to start making money programming in Kenya? In this guide, I'll not only reveal proven strategies that Kenyan coders use to increase their monthly income, but I'll go the extra mile to show you the steps needed to get started. Coding in Kenya is becoming more and more popular thanks to the thousands of success stories we hear every day of successful coding projects that have made programmers rich overnight.
Technology : Here Are The Countries With The Most Number Of Software Developers According Google
What thus a software developer do? Software developers create the computer applications that allow users to do specific tasks and the underlying systems that run the devices or control networks. Software quality assurance analysts and testers design and execute software tests to identify problems and learn how the software works.
Coding: The High-Level Curriculum Set To Be Practiced In Primary And Secondary Schools In Kenya
Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) has approved a high-level curriculum to be practiced in Primary and Secondary schools. The government of Kenya has partnered with Kodris Africa to help Kenya become the only country in Africa to approve such a curriculum and join other 48 countries in the world empowering their children through their program.