On 31 st May 2024, Zetech University reaffirmed its commitment to education and community development by hosting a pivotal stakeholder meeting at the Thika Road Campus. This event focused on crucial issues impacting education in the Kiambu, Ruiru sub-county, encompassing access, quality, relevance, equity, efficiency, effectiveness, and other emerging concerns. Led by the Sub-County Director of Education including high school principals, public and private sector leaders, Members of Parliament, Members of County Assemblies, the Deputy County Commissioner, religious leaders, and other key education stakeholders, this diverse assembly underscored the need for a collaborative effort to address the multifaceted challenges in the education sector.

Mr. John Njoroge, the Ruiru Sub-County Director for Education, emphasized the importance of collaboration among key education stakeholders to ensure access to quality education. He stressed that education is not a one-person effort but requires dedication from all parties to achieve efficiency, effectiveness, and quality. According to Mr. Njoroge, positive changes in education at the national level must begin at the sub-county level.

“The university is dedicated to creating an equitable and inclusive educational environment, ensuring that all students have access to high-quality education regardless of their background, aligning with the social aspect of promoting fairness and community upliftment.” Remarked, Prof. Njenga Munene, Vice Chancellor, Zetech University.

Moreover, the university’s focus on governance was evident in the structured and inclusive dialogue fostered during the meeting. By bringing together a broad spectrum of stakeholders, Zetech University demonstrated transparency and a collective approach to decision-making. This governance model aims to enhance accountability and effectiveness in addressing educational challenges.

The meeting also highlighted the importance of sustainable practices within the education sector. Discussions included strategies to improve resource efficiency, reduce educational inequalities, and ensure that educational content remains relevant in an evolving world. These efforts reflect Zetech University’s broader commitment to sustainable development goals, reinforcing the institution's role as a leader in fostering educational and societal progress.

In conclusion, the Kiambu sub-county stakeholders meeting at Zetech University signifies a robust initiative to strengthen education through collaborative efforts. Central to the discussions was the University's commitment to Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) principles, integrated as part of its Corporate Social Initiative (CSI). This initiative not only addresses immediate educational concerns but also sets the foundation for a sustainable and inclusive educational future.