KMTC Imenti gives back to the community, conducts Open Day

KMTC Imenti gives back to the community, conducts Open Day

The Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) Imenti Campus conducted market cleaning exercises at Kanyakine on 26th April 2023 and Tharene on April 27, 2023 in fulfillment of the College’s aspiration to give back to the communities through various Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives.

On Friday April 28, 2023, the Campus opened its doors to members of the public eager to learn more about the College and how they can take advantage of the training opportunities offered by KMTC during the Annual Open Day. However, the Open Day was not just about showcasing the College; it was also an opportunity for the campus to extend their helping hands to the community.

 Amidst the day’s activities, free medical services were offered to those in need, reminding everyone of KMTC Imenti’s unwavering dedication to improving healthcare accessibility and making a tangible difference in people’s lives.

Speaking at the event, Chief Guest, Imenti South Member of Parliament Hon. Dr. Shadrack Mwiti, who was represented by the area National Government Constituency Development Fund (NG-CDF) Manager Ms. Charity Makena lauded the KMTC Board for establishing the Campus four years ago, leading to the economic transformation of the area. “We will continue to support this Campus, as it empowers our children with the necessary skills to thrive in an increasingly competitive global landscape,” he added.

Principal Mr. Samwel Njagi appreciated the assistance noting Campus has enjoyed a lot of support from the local leadership, community and Meru County at large. “I wish to thank Hon. Mwiti who is currently in the process of completing the construction of the office block we are operating from and for the NG-CDF bursaries some of our students continue to receive,” he added.

The Open Day was attended by Abogeta East ward MCA Hon. Aaron Thuranira, South Imenti Sub-County Deputy Commissioner Madam Mollyne Ockebe, Kanyakini County Hospital Medical Superintendent Dr Evalyne Kawira, among others.