Kenyans have joined Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) chairman, Prof. Phillip Kaloki and CEO Michael Kiptoo in passing appreciation to Mama Margret Kenyatta for assisting vulnerable and marginalized communities through Beyond Zero initiative.KMTC has collaborated with this initiative to sponsor deserving students for course in ECHN(Enrolled Community Health Nursing), certificate level.
The youngest Member of Parliament led a delegation of KMTC National board last month to various attraction sites after they concluded their formal visit to the proposed KMTC- Maua Campus. For two hours of their evening, the MP took the team Led by Prof. Phillip Kaloki on an exploration tour to various sites across the constituency. Notably, the team visited a certain waterfall in Kanuni ward known by its local name ‘Kimerianjogu’. The name is derived from a story, may be mythical or true, that once a large
Kenya and most countries in the world will have very different festive season celebrations. Following the Covid-19 outbreak, which hit the country at the beginning of the year, Kenyans will be expected to observe the Ministry of Health directives to curb the spread of the virus. Normally, during the festive season, people travel a lot and especially upcountry, where they mingle and celebrate Christmas and New Year with their folks upcountry. Kenya Medical Training Colleges Board Chairman Professor Phillip Kaloki