KENSAP Taps More Than Ksh. 8 Billion In Financial Aid For Top Students

  Once KenSAP students are admitted to university, KenSAP continues to support its students. KenSAP places students into pre-university internships in Kenya and conducts an extensive college readiness and college orientation program for its students. Once the students are in the United States, the program conducts an orientation for new arrivals, organizes reunions that combine career-oriented seminars with social networking, and offers academic counseling and alumni mentorship programs.   With long-term impact in mind, KenSAP has become very active in career development and has helped place dozens of alumni in…

TMLB Hosts Inaugural Golf Tournament In A Bid To Enhance Women Economic Empowerment

Women’s economic empowerment is one of the world’s most promising areas of investment to be tapped into as it generates immense dividends for the society. A recently launched study on the Top Most Loved Brands (TMLB) by women showed that Safaricom PLC is the most preferred brand among women in Kenya followed by Mpesa and Airtel in second and third position respectively. The study addresses women’s economic empowerment from the purchasing ability point of view and the need for organizations to engage and provide opportunities in the development of products…

Superior Homes Kenya, Gulf African Bank Ink Shariah Compliant Mortgage Financing Deal

Real estate developer Superior Homes (Kenya) and Islamic lender Gulf African Bank, have signed a partnership that will enable home buyers access flexible mortgage financing at 11.75 per cent, the lowest home finance rate offered by a Shari’ah Compliant Bank in Kenya. The partnership will see investors seeking to buy housing units developed by Superior Homes Kenya including Greenpark in Athi River and Pazuri at Vipingo in Kilifi County access mortgage financing within 48 hours and enjoy up to 90 per cent financing from Gulf African Bank, with a flexible…

13% of Deaths are Brought About by Cardiovascular Diseases- WHF

The Ministry of Health, Kenya Cardiac Society, World Heart Federation and AstraZeneca’s Healthy Heart Africa (HHA) programme among other stakeholders called for more collaborative action to address gaps in building sustainable and equitable access to care for people living with cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) like stroke on 28h October, ahead of World Stroke Day. According to the World Heart Federation (WHF), in 2019, more than 1 million deaths were due to cardiovascular diseases in sub-Saharan Africa, which constituted 5.4 percent of all global CVD-related deaths and 13 percent of all deaths…