Elizabeth Kironua Sakuda is currently on an internship program at Ewaso Ngiro South Development Authority (ENSDA) a government pastoral working in Narok, Kajiado and Nakuru counties. ENSDA has specialized in the rural parts of this regions. It initiates, plans, and implement programs and projects through research, consultancy within the above regions. ENSDA as a Regional Development Authority provides a linkage between the national strategy and its implementation at the county level.
Hellen Naipanoi Kipaili is also done with her class work and is also in the process of volunteering in a Compassion International office in her village as she waits to graduate in December. This office linkage provides a mechanism for stepping down the national development goals and objectives as envisioned in the International office.
Ledaiki Ann Nailantei is still hard at work as a ranger in Nairobi National Park. She’s looking to add a class that will compliment her work.
Sabina Tumeki Siankoi is doing well with her studies and reported back for the new semester after a one week break same as Joy Kakenya Barta, who has added a French course. Joy was also recently awarded for being one of the best students among those pursuing public relations at her school. A Forum was held, which was sponsored by the Public Relations Society of Kenya, Telkom Kenya, and New KCC Kenya.