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National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich (2nd Right) and Korean Ambassador to Kenya Mr Kwon Young-dae (2nd left) discuss today, Monday, April 11, 2016  at the Treasury Building when they signed the letter of intent to support the Mobile Development Cooperation Project (Grant). Looking on are Moses Kanagi, Acting Director, External Resources, National Treasury and an official from the Korean Embassy. The project will comprise three mobile programs, the first, medical programs which will provide medical services and on-site clinical; diagnosis by certified nurses in trucks with built-in medical facilities and ambulance. The second, is food program, which aims at providing and ensuring people's nutritional needs are met using trucks with basic built-in food preparation apparatus. And the third, is the culture program, which aims to utilize cultural elements using a truck outfitted with Audi-video equipment to enrich the developed activities of the medical and food programs.


National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich (Right) and Korean Ambassador to Kenya Mr Kwon Young-dae discuss today, Monday, April 11, 2016  at the Treasury Building when they signed the letter of intent to support the Mobile Development Cooperation Project (Grant). The project will comprise three mobile programs, the first, medical programs which will provide medical services and on-site clinical; diagnosis by certified nurses in trucks with built-in medical facilities and ambulance. The second, is food program, which aims at providing and ensuring people's nutritional needs are met using trucks with basic built-in food preparation apparatus. And the third, is the culture program, which aims to utilize cultural elements using a truck outfitted with Audi-video equipment to enrich the developed activities of the medical and food programs.

National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich (Right) and Korean Ambassador to Kenya Mr Kwon Young-dae discuss today, Monday, April 11, 2016  at the Treasury Building when they signed the letter of intent to support the Mobile Development Cooperation Project (Grant). The project will comprise three mobile programs, the first, medical programs which will provide medical services and on-site clinical; diagnosis by certified nurses in trucks with built-in medical facilities and ambulance. The second, is food program, which aims at providing and ensuring people's nutritional needs are met using trucks with basic built-in food preparation apparatus. And the third, is the culture program, which aims to utilize cultural elements using a truck outfitted with Audi-video equipment to enrich the developed activities of the medical and food programs.
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