KMTC to Foster Collaboration and Support for Health Training with Nyandarua County Government

KMTC to Foster Collaboration and Support for Health Training with Nyandarua County Government

The Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) Board Chairperson Amb. Zach Muburi-Muita, engaged in fruitful discussions with Nyandarua County Governor Moses Ndirangu Badilisha on Tuesday, 23rd May 2023.

The meeting focused on fostering collaboration around support for healthcare systems strengthening through health training.

Governor Badilisha emphasized the synergy of collaboration with KMTC, stating, “By partnering with KMTC, we are harnessing the power of training in healthcare to enhance service delivery in Nyandarua County. Together, we can build a stronger healthcare system that meets the needs of our people and ensures a healthier future for our county.”

Also on the agenda was innovative funding models to support students’ education.

The College in recent months embarked on an ambitious plan to rally like-minded partners toward establishing a financial kitty for its needy students.

Governor expressed his commitment to supporting education and the county revolving fund for needy students, stating, “We will provide the necessary support for the revolving fund and explore additional avenues to ensure access to quality education for our students.”

In his subsequent visit to the KMTC Nyandarua and Kinangop Campuses, Amb. Muita gained firsthand insights into the current facilities and witnessed the positive impact of KMTC’s presence in the county.

The Board Chairperson later met with the area Member of Parliament, Hon. Zachary Kwenya, who expressed his commitment to supporting KMTC students’ funding through bursaries. He stated, “I am fully dedicated to ensuring that students from KMTC receive the necessary financial support for their education. Through the Kinangop National Constituency Development Fund, we will continue to allocate funds towards bursaries, enabling more students to pursue their healthcare studies and contribute to the development of our community.”