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SPECIAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE

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ADDENDUM TWO AND EXTENSION OF CLOSING DATE

ADDENDUM TWO AND EXTENSION OF CLOSING DATE

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KCO/BSGC/01/2023- 2024

TENDER DOCUMENT FOR PROPOSED ERECTION TO COMPLETION OF ONE STOREY DORMITORY AT BELGUT STAREHE GIRLS CENTRE

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KCO/BSGC/01/2023- 2024

ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING FOR THE PROPOSED ONE STOREY BUILDING - BELGUT STAREHE GIRLS

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ICB-09/MOE-VTT/TVET/KfW 2016 65 298/005/2023-2024

Supply, Delivery and Commissioning of Equipment for Technical Training Institutes in Kenya: ICT Hardware, Software, and Internet connectivity

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ICB- 08/MOE-VTT/TVET/KfW 2016 67 211/004/2023-2024

Technical Equipment for Automotive Mechatronics and Body Building 

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ICB-07/MOE-VTT/TVET/KfW 2016 67 211/003/2023-2024

Supply, Delivery and Commissioning of Equipment for Technical Training Institutes in Kenya:
Training and Specialized Equipment for Industrial Mechatronics

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KCO/BSGC/01/2023- 2024

PROPOSED ERECTION TO COMPLETION OF ONE STOREY DORMITORY

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ADDENDUM 2: - RESPONSE TO QUERIES/CLARIFICATIONS GoK PROJECT-DTE

TENDER FOR PROPOSED ERECTION AND COMPLETION OF TWIN WORKSHOP, CLASSROOMS AND OFFICES BLOCK IN FOURTEEN (14) TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL COLLEGES IN FOURTEEN (14) CONSTITUENCIES

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The Cabinet Secretary for Education Ezekiel Machogu launched the National tree planting exercise at Kimothon forest station in Saboti sub-county, TransNzoia County on Monday 13th November 2023. In his remarks, the CS thanked the local community for turning up in large numbers to support the tree planting drive where a total of 34,000 seedlings were planted during the colorful event of which 10,000 planted seedlings were indigenous tree species.

CS MACHOGU PLANTING TREES IN TRANZOIA
Education CS Ezekiel Machogu plants a tree in TransNzoia County during the launch of the tree planting drive on Monday 13th November 2023.

The Cabinet Secretary said the National tree planting initiative will boost the country’s forest cover which currently stands at twelve (12) percent adding that the Government aims to increase the cover to thirty (30) percent by the year 2032. Machogu reminded the locals of the importance of trees in improving soil quality, prevention of soil erosion, rain provision and job creation. He further underscored the importance of trees as a source of food, clean oxygen, medicine, pollution prevention and above all, climate change agents. 

CS WATERING
Education CS Ezekiel Machogu waters a tree after planting at Kimothon forest in TransNzoia County during the launch of the National tree planting drive.

The CS stated that “today’s initiative is part of Kenya’s landscape and ecosystem restoration programme towards growing 15 billion trees, which is being spearheaded by President William Ruto,”. He was accompanied by TransNzoia Governor George Natembeya, County Commissioner Gideon Oyagi, and other government officials.

CS Machogu later handed over tree seedlings to the area locals and urged them to ensure they plant at least 11.9 million trees annually to help the government achieve the target of 15 billion trees by 2032. The national tree planting exercise which was carried out in all counties targets to plant 100 million seedlings across the country.

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Deputy Director Higher Education Dr. David Watene plants a tree at Kimothon forest during the launch of the tree planting campaign

 

The nationwide tree planting exercise is coordinated by county commissioners in their respective counties in collaboration with Kenya forest service county conservators, national environment management authority, county directors, all state and non-state stakeholders. The State Department for Higher Education and Research donated 1,000 tree seedlings in support of the exercise.

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Government officers from the State Department for Higher Education and Research donate tree seedlings during the tree planting exercise in TransNzoia County.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A senior Government officer has lauded the TVET sector saying that it’s on the right trajectory to achieving a robust and strong industrial linkage.

Speaking during the opening of a three days national TVET conference 2023 at KICC Nairobi, the education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu who was accompanied by TVET Principal Secretary Dr. Esther Thaara Muoria, said that the implementation of a robust and strong industrial linkages in the TVET sector is in line with the recommendations made by the Presidential Working Party on Education Reforms (PWPER)

The CS said that dual training and robust industrial linkages are initiatives aimed at ensuring that learners are equipped with hands-on skills that will enable them fit in the modern job market.

The Cabinet Secretary underscored the need to ensure that there is an elaborate and frequent communication between industries and TVET institutions on matters curriculum development.

“Industries and TVET institutions ought to establish an elaborate communication and robust linkage so that they can be able to scan and discern future market needs and develop curriculum together,” said CS Machogu.,p> The CS at the same time noted that the Government is banking on the TVET sub-sector in order to spur industrialization in Kenya adding that the Government is ready to give full support to this sector so that its agenda is achieved. “Failure in the TVET sub-sector is not an option because it’s the main thing that the Government is banking on to spur industrialization in Kenya,” noted the CS.

He called on the TVET principals and TVET institutions industry liaison officers to be proactive and ensure that they identify industries within their areas of existence and come up with strong collaborations. He further noted that the most important resource at the moment that Kenya has are the youths and implored the TVET principals to make it upon themselves and ensure that Kenyan youths are fully skilled.

“Let’s ensure that we have skilled labor in Kenya that we can be able to export,” said the CS. The State Department For TVET Principal Secretary Dr. Esther Thaara Muoria, enchoed the CS by urging TVET principals to establish formidable and robust industrial linkages with industries.

“Industry and TVET institutions should be one to appoint that no one can tell or notice any difference between the two,” said PS Dr. Muoria.

The PS pointed out that TVET institutions across the country have embraced and implemented the Competency Based Education and Training (CBET), a curriculum that focusses on 50 per cent theory and 50 per cent industrial practice.

Dr. Muoria noted that for effective delivery of the CBET curriculum, the Kenya School of TVET has succeful retooled trainers from the old 11 national polytechnics and that recently on November 13, Kenya School of TVET and the State Department For TVET rolled out the retooling of trainers drawn from the 13 newly elevated national polytechnics.

Government Lauds the TVET Sector saying that it’s on the Right Trajectory

A senior Government officer has lauded the TVET sector saying that it’s on the right trajectory to achieving a robust and strong industrial linkage.

Speaking during the opening of a three days national TVET conference 2023 at KICC Nairobi, the education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu who was accompanied by TVET Principal Secretary Dr. Esther Thaara Muoria, said that the implementation of a robust and strong industrial linkages in the TVET sector is in line with the recommendations made by the Presidential Working Party on Education Reforms (PWPER)

The CS said that dual training and robust industrial linkages are initiatives aimed at ensuring that learners are equipped with hands-on skills that will enable them fit in the modern job market.

The Cabinet Secretary underscored the need to ensure that there is an elaborate and frequent communication between industries and TVET institutions on matters curriculum development.

“Industries and TVET institutions ought to establish an elaborate communication and robust linkage so that they can be able to scan and discern future market needs and develop curriculum together,” said CS Machogu.

The CS at the same time noted that the Government is banking on the TVET sub-sector in order to spur industrialization in Kenya adding that the Government is ready to give full support to this sector so that its agenda is achieved.

“Failure in the TVET sub-sector is not an option because it’s the main thing that the Government is banking on to spur industrialization in Kenya,” noted the CS.

He called on the TVET principals and TVET institutions industry liaison officers to be proactive and ensure that they identify industries within their areas of existence and come up with strong collaborations.

He further noted that the most important resource at the moment that Kenya has are the youths and implored the TVET principals to make it upon themselves and ensure that Kenyan youths are fully skilled.

“Let’s ensure that we have skilled labor in Kenya that we can be able to export,” said the CS.

The State Department For TVET Principal Secretary Dr. Esther Thaara Muoria, enchoed the CS by urging TVET principals to establish formidable and robust industrial linkages with industries.

“Industry and TVET institutions should be one to appoint that no one can tell or notice any difference between the two,” said PS Dr. Muoria.

The PS pointed out that TVET institutions across the country have embraced and implemented the Competency Based Education and Training (CBET), a curriculum that focusses on 50 per cent theory and 50 per cent industrial practice.

Dr. Muoria noted that for effective delivery of the CBET curriculum, the Kenya School of TVET has succeful retooled trainers from the old 11 national polytechnics and that recently on November 13, Kenya School of TVET and the State Department For TVET rolled out the retooling of trainers drawn from the 13 newly elevated national polytechnics.

 

 

 

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 CLARIFICATIONS -SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF ASSISTIVE DEVICES FOR LEARNERS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

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ADDENDUM 1: - RESPONSE TO QUERIES/CLARIFICATIONS GoK PROJECT-DTE

ADDENDUM TENDER FOR PROPOSED ERECTION AND COMPLETION OF TWIN WORKSHOP, CLASSROOMS AND OFFICES BLOCK IN FOURTEEN (14) TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL COLLEGES IN FOURTEEN (14) CONSTITUENCIES

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MOE/SDVTT/DTE/9/2023 -2024

TENDER FOR THE PROPOSED ERECTION AND COMPLETION OF TWIN WORKSHOP, CLASSROOMS AND OFFICES BLOCK (2-STOREY) AT WAJIR WEST TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL COLLEGE – WAJIR
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MOE/SDVTT/DTE/10/2023 -2024

TENDER FOR THE PROPOSED ERECTION AND COMPLETION OF TWIN WORKSHOP, CLASSROOMS AND OFFICES BLOCK (2-STOREY) AT SUBUKIA TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL COLLEGE – NAKURU
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MOE/SDVTT/DTE/3/2023 -2024

TENDER FOR THE PROPOSED ERECTION AND COMPLETION OF TWIN WORKSHOP, CLASSROOMS AND OFFICES BLOCK (2-STOREY) AT SIGOWET/SOIN TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL COLLEGE – KERICHO
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MOE/SDVTT/DTE/6/2023 -2024

TENDER FOR THE PROPOSED ERECTION AND COMPLETION OF TWIN WORKSHOP, CLASSROOMS AND OFFICES BLOCK (2-STOREY) AT NYALI TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL COLLEGE – MOMBASA
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MOE/SDVTT/DTE/11/2023 -2024

TENDER FOR THE PROPOSED ERECTION AND COMPLETION OF TWIN WORKSHOP, CLASSROOMS AND OFFICES BLOCK (2-STOREY) AT NAROK NORTH TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL COLLEGE – NAROK
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MOE/SDVTT/DTE/4/2023 -2024

TENDER FOR THE PROPOSED ERECTION AND COMPLETION OF TWIN WORKSHOP, CLASSROOMS AND OFFICES BLOCK (2-STOREY) AT MWINGI WEST TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL COLLEGE – KITUI
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MOE/SDVTT/DTE/7/2023 -2024

TENDER FOR THE PROPOSED ERECTION AND COMPLETION OF TWIN WORKSHOP, CLASSROOMS AND OFFICES BLOCK (2-STOREY) AT MUHORONI TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL COLLEGE – KISUMU
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MOE/SDVTT/DTE/1/2023 -2024

TENDER FOR THE PROPOSED ERECTION AND COMPLETION OF TWIN WORKSHOP, CLASSROOMS AND OFFICES BLOCK (2-STOREY) AT MATUNGU TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL COLLEGE – KAKAMEGA
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MOE/SDVTT/DTE/5/2023 -2024

TENDER FOR THE PROPOSED ERECTION AND COMPLETION OF TWIN WORKSHOP, CLASSROOMS AND OFFICES BLOCK (2-STOREY) AT KILIFI SOUTH TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL COLLEGE – KILIFI
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