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Kenya to partner Pan African Centre for Water and Climate Change Adaptation

Water and Sanitation Cabinet Secretary Alice Wahome and her Egyptian counterpart Prof. Hani Sewilam, met with the Pan African Centre for Water and Climate Change Adaptation (PACWA) officials for a meeting in Cairo.

Their meeting was called to discuss the development of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Kenya Water Institute (KEWI) and PACWA.

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The proposed MoU, according to the Minister of Water, aims to strengthen collaboration in curriculum development, student exchange programs, research initiatives, and the establishment of a constituent college for technical courses at Kenya Water Institute (KEWI).

By formalizing the partnership, the program will become more robust and attract a wider pool of trainees.

Dr. Letangule, CEO of Kenya Water Institute, and the Director PACWA Mr. Tarek El-Sayed were present during the discussions, providing valuable insights.

The Ministry says the meeting held at PACWA headquarters provided an ideal setting for constructive dialogue, setting the stage for a promising collaboration.

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