Zetech University inks partnership with Partners for Care
To foster and facilitate community programmes and outreach, the University has signed a memorandum of Understanding with NGO Partners for Care to boost community-based initiatives in the country.
Led by the Vice Chancellor Prof. Njenga Munene, Partners for Care Founder Ms Connie Cheren and President and Executive Director Samuel Wanjau, the University is set to offer joint research activities, educational exchange programmes with varsities in the US and entrepreneurship opportunities to benefit students.
While commenting on the engagement plans, the VC noted the impactful initiatives done in collaboration with the firm, such as donations of 30 mobility wheelchairs to the disabled in Kiambu County; additionally, provision of IT training facilities in prisons in the country. He said, “I look forward to more collaborative engagement as sign this agreement and work together to boost the M-Health Care initiative.
On her part, Ms Cheren assured the team of the Organisation’s support in the establishment of linkages and exchange programmes between the United States of America Universities and Zetech while developing a joint programmes and research activities. In her statement, “We shall promote student immersion within our institution as we rely on Zetech for innovative ideas that will contribute to transformative solutions to various global challenges.”
With the growth in student numbers and programme expansion, the University is optimistic about securing additional collaboration geared towards preparing students to excel in the world while impacting society.
By Felix Ochwal