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The Gee Twenty Holding Limited is a limited liability company based in Nairobi, Kenya which was incorporated on 28th October 2010 

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1st Floor, Vision Plaza, Mombasa Road, Nairobi
P.O. Box 78517, Nairobi, 00100,
Tel: 254 (0) 20 210 7514
Mobile: 254 722 684 023

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As far as there are magnetic card-reader, smart-card reader and RFID reader it is possible to integrate the ECR with other payment systems. The MINI-T51 portable cash register is ideally suited for fixed and mobile points of sale. Built-in Li-Pol battery allows function of cash register during whole day. Thanks to its reliable SEIKO
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Introduction Company History Symetrics was incorporated in 2010 by like-minded directors who have vast experience in the LPG and Petroleum technical industry. Symetrics was founded with the huge potential of LPG and Petroleum market in Eastern and Central Africa in mind. We have provided and continue to provide the LPG and Petroleum Technical industry with innovative and cost effective services. What the company does We undertake Design, Supply, Installation and Commissioning of LPG and Petroleum systems including LPG Reticulated Systems (piped gas). We also do LPG tank revalidation and recertification.
Our clients include: Oil companies (both multinationals and local), government agencies, manufacturing companies, agricultural institutions, and the building services industry. Strategy Vision statement To be a world class provider of Petroleum technical expertise Mission statement To provide LPG &Petroleum expertise in all levels of industry. To be a leader in provision of innovative solutions in the LPG &Petroleum technical areas. To provide LPG & Petroleum technical services in line with KEBS and other related standards (ISO standards and Client specific standards) Values Professionalism Integrity Customer focus Respect Accountability Business goals & objectives Symetrics’ objective is to be the leading provider of LPG & Petroleum engineering services in Eastern Africa.



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a)  Petroleum Bulk Installations and maintenance including: Construction of Oil storage Depots/ Terminals Assembly of LPG & Petroleum plants Installation of above ground and underground tanks Installation, servicing and maintenance of petroleum pumps and meters. Petroleum tank cleaning.
b)  LPG Installations including: Installation of LPG kitchen systems, i.e. tank/cylinder installation, piping and cooker installation. LPG meters installation, calibration, service and maintenance. Installation, Servicing and maintenance of LPG cylinder filling machines (electronic, semi-automatic and manual) Installation, servicing and maintenance LPG cylinder valve sealing machines (thermal and pneumatic) Installation, servicing and maintenance of LPG pumps (stationary and vehicle mounted) Installation, calibration, servicing and maintenance of digital cylinder weighing machines Installation, servicing and maintenance of all types of LPG regulators LPG Reticulation/ Pipework Installation. Service and maintenance of all LPG installations/ equipment and LPG kitchen systems LPG Vessels and Pipework pressure testing. LPG Vessels and Pipework revalidation and recertification including hydrostatic pressure testing. Supply of LPG equipment and accessories.   c) Piped Gas Installation in Apartments Designing, Installation and commissioning of the LPG systems: Installation of LPG Bulk tanks Installation of all necessary pipework Suply and installation of LPG metes and system. The metering system can be:Supply and installation of remote reading and control systems for LPG metering Prepaid Wireless IC card prepaid Keypad wireless Post paid  Mechanical    Arrange / conduct periodical inspection and maintenance After sales, service and support is provided on call 24- Hour Emergency Service Contract of Annual maintenance, billing, collection, and gas supply Providing training to the consumers and maintenance staff Preventive Maintenance Periodical testing, minor repairing works. d) Installation of firefighting Systems e) Electrical Installation. f) Civil works. g)  Project Management Procurement and installation. Supervision of works. h)  Environmental Impact Assessments and Environmental Audits    

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Completed Projects   Installation of LPG storage and filling plant for Hass Petroleum in Juba, South Sudan. Design and installation of LPG storage and filling plant for Hass Petroleum in Kampala, Uganda Installation of LPG storage and filling plant for Green Energy in Mogadishu, Somalia. Installation of LPG storage and filling plant for Hass Petroleum in Mogadishu, Somalia. Installation of LPG storage and filling plant for Hass Petroleum in Mumias Sugar Company. Design and Fabrication of LPG Delivery truck (Bobtail)  for IHUSI GAZ, Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Design and Fabrication of LPG Delivery truck (Bobtail)  for Fuels and Gas Kenya LPG Metering (reticulation) at City Mall Mombasa Galleria Shopping Mall – LPG reticulation (piping) and installation of LPG Meters, Pressure testing, Consultancy on LPG metering and billing. Installation of LPG leak detection and shut off system for Galleria Shopping Mall (Nairobi) Construction of LPG storage and filling facility for Hashi Energy in Eldoret LPG tank calibration and LPG storage and filling plant modifications at Societe Petroliere, Kigali Rwanda Construction of an Engine Coolant Blending plant for Synergy Lubricants in Nairobi. Construction and Installation of LPG Storage/ Filling Facility for Green Energy. Modification of LPG pipework for Hashi Energy – Nairobi Terminal LPG Tank and Pipework Installation for Moi Educational Centre Nairobi LPG Tank and Pipework Installation for Sentrim Hotels Elementaita LPG Tank and Pipework Installation for Strathmore University Nairobi. LPG Tank and Pipework Installation for China for You Restaurants Valley Arcade LPG Tank and Pipework Installation for Kongoni Camp Nanyuki Vertical Tank Cleaning -  Hashi Energy Kenya Utalii College - Installation of new LPG supply pipeline and Supply to kitchens. Utalii Hotel – Installation of new LPG supply pipelines and LPGas meter installations. LPG pipework and meter installation in many hotels/restaurants. LPG Tank Revalidation in many sites Design and installation of LPG vaporization and supply system for Ennsvalley Bakery, Nairobi.   Ongoing projects   Design of LPG reticulation at Le’mac, Nairobi,Kenya Design and installation of LPG storage and filling plant for Mount Meru Petroleum in Arusha, Tanzania. Design of LPG storage and filling plant for MaxGas, Nairobi, Kenya Construction of LPG storage and filling plant for Green Energy – Mombasa, Kenya Construction of LPG storage and filling plant for Depar Limited – Sagana, Kenya Design and Installation of LPG reticulation at Two Rivers, Nairobi, Kenya

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Quality Policy Statement

At Symetrics Limited, we believe that every member of the business shares the responsibility for quality and quality improvement. Therefore: Company managers, engineers and technicians through their own practices and standards will endeavour to lead by example. They will give complete commitment and allocate the necessary resources to the quality policies and programmes initiated. Everyone has the scope to contribute to continuous quality improvement. Those taking initiatives will generate effective conditions for staff to participate creatively in the design, implementation and review of improvement activities. We will compare our performances with those of competitors sharing the benchmark data with all relevant staff within the business. Quality processes and controls will be implemented in a systematic and planned way across the business to allow us to consistently: Exceed our customers’ expectations by ensuring appropriate two-way communications are maintained to enable us to fully understand and fulfil their requirements; Set measurable targets to monitor our achievement toward pre-determined objectives; Evaluate our performance against these targets to identify progress; Provide appropriate resources and a suitable working environment; Monitor, audit and review our systems to identify areas to continually improve performance. To accomplish this objective, Symetrics has established, documented, implemented and maintains an effective Quality Management System within its Integrated Management System (IMS) which is aimed at “getting it right first time” rather than “inspecting poor quality out (when poor quality has already occurred)”. Our aim is delight our customers and develop relationships with all suppliers, internal and external, working in partnership to meet all supply chain requirements to provide significant success within the quality policy. Symetrics does however, recognise that our staff members are the single most important resource in the achievement of this policy and so we encourage a positive and open culture by providing development, training, communication and education ensuring that everyone is empowered to contribute using a wide range of methods and media.

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Kenya is one of the world’s greatest safari destinations, its offers you a diverse and adventurous selection of Tours and traveler and thus made us to form in style Tours & travel to facilitate you enjoy and discover this destination full of extraordinary natural beauty and rich of cultural heritage InStyle tours & Travel was formed 2006. It has beein able to operate due to range of customers all over Kenya and abroad. Kenya is the best region in Africa with diversified topography ranging from mountain, Landscape, to the natural beauty of varied Vegetation, rich wildlife and home to millions of unique Species of birds. Reaches warm waters, home to prolific Marine life which all compiled together with high standard accommodation facilities and improve transport produce at tourism product. That will give you memories for years and years to come” let in style Tours & Travel make you discover this and feel at home away from home.

Core Values

Gee Twenty Holdings Ltd is committed to core values, which are spelt out below. These core values constitute the fundamental bedrocks beliefs that drive the company. These are the beliefs essential to uphold because they make the company be visionary for the defined standards of behavior that makes her culture. These values will help the company in the transformation of her conduct in governance and management practices. We accepted these core values to guide in all our company functions and activities in our relationship with all our stakeholders. The following are the major core values: Integrity-Upholding honesty, openness and integrity without compromising on the truth Innovation-To continuously roll out great products and services that impact our customers positively Positive mental attitude-Encourage ourselves and others by having fun and celebrating incremental successes in our journey to achieve our mission. Team building- Developing and upholding team work in all our operations. We communicate actively and openly, we build trust by honoring our commitments and show respect for each other and value diversity. Excellences in delivery- We strive for excellence in all we do. We have a passion for continuous quality improvement and measure what counts and take action based on facts. Environmental friendliness-We are committed to Protecting and preserving the environment and caring for the world we live in to make it a better place with an opportunity to strengthen our customers competitiveness  

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Environment, Health and Safety Policy

Symetrics Limited recognises that safety is paramount to our customers, ourselves and the society in which we operate. We are committed to achieving high standards in environmental, health and safety(EHS) practices, and providing and maintaining a safe and healthy workplace for all persons working for or on behalf of the company in accordance with the following principles: Compliance: We shall comply with all prescribed standards and applicable legal and other requirements for all our operational processes, products and services. Strict compliance with EHS standards shall be a key consideration in the training, analysis, performance reviews and recognition of all employees and our works. Prevention: We shall employ safe systems of work, procedures and processes specifically designed to prevent activities and/or conditions that pollute the environment and affect the safety and well-being of our employees, customers and society at large. We shall minimize risk to as low as reasonably possible and protect our employees and the communities in which we operate by employing safe work procedures, adopting relevant technologies and being prepared for emergencies. Communication: We shall communicate our EHS policy with our customers, partners, vendors and all persons working for and on behalf of the company and solicit their inputs in meeting our EHS goals. We encourage open and peer reporting, and sharing of information on EHS issues. Continuous Improvement: We shall consistently strive to improve our performance in EHS through learning, sharing, benchmarking, innovation and participation in continuous improvement programs and adoption of new technologies that advance our EHS goals. We shall establish and maintain appropriate controls and conduct periodic reviews of our attainment of set goals.

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We offer turbo timers, cental locking, air conditioning, key cutting, tinting, car identity, fire extiguishers, car accessories and general auto-electricals.

Our Objective

OBJECTIVE Our objective is to operate and maintain a professional tours & travel agency by serving our clients from all works of life. MISSION Our Mission statement, “Discover the world” we are determined to take you to any place for travel, be it Beach, Wildlife Scenic, Cultural adventure, name it and will make you discover. VISION To be the best Tours & Travel in the hospitality sector by observing professional etiquettes and ethic, and to be recognized as the best Tours & Travel agency in the world.

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Professor Nelson Awori Centre,
5th Floor, Suite A1
P.O. Box 25983 – 00100,
Nairobi, kenya
Tel: 254 20 2712000,  Mobile: 254 721 568687, Fax:   254 20 2711990 

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List of Key Clients:
MAGNUM ALLIED SYSTEM LIMITED LIPSTIXS LIMITED STEP PHARMACEUTICALS LIMITED SYMETRICS LIMITED ETRADE COMPANY LIMITED EXPERT SYSTEMS LIMITED DIGITAL HORIZONS LIMITED BAOBAB SOLUTIOINS LIMITED MAWINGO CONSTRUCTION (2010) LIMITED CYCLE LAND LIMITED BIKE AND SPORTS LIMITED PRO-BIKES LIMITED SOSANI ENTERPRISES LIMITED PRACTICAL ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS LIMITED EDEN VILLAGE LIMITED CELL LINK (KENYA) LIMITED CLAIRE MOTOR REWINDING ROBIN INVESTMENTS

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Gee Twenty believes investment in the tourism sector will generate good returns for the investors whilst creating employment and market opportunity for Kenyans. The area chosen in the Amboseli Environs was selected with the objective of developing a diversified tourism facility including a five star hotel and conference centre, an 18 hole and a 9 hole executive course and all related services, a spa and other recreational facilities, this facility is also intended for the development of Villas for sale and plots for investors to build luxury homes. Visit Amboseli Golf Resort Hotel & Spa 

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Tel: 254 (0) 20 2366227 | 254 (0) 724 799755 | 254 (0) 786 799755 Email: inet@eworldint.co.ke |Website: www.eworldint.co.ke LIST OF DISTRIBUTORS - Evolution Century, 20th Century Plaza/ IMAX plaza 1st floor - 0708 591666 / 0787 591666 - Kamindi Selfridges, Kiambu  -  Nairobi Central SDA Church - Mambo Communications Kitui, opposite Bus Park, Kitui - Kitui Technologies Electronics, Mwingi next to Target Supermarket - 0722 428470 / 0722 533100 - Samak Africa Limited, Jubilee Building, 2nd Floor, Suite 36, Moi Avenue Mombasa - 0722 696387 - Tuko Uniforms, Machakos – 0726 727 782 / 0722971989 - City Traders, Moi Avenue, Meru Road / Kwa Shibu Road near Budget Supermarket off Moi Avenue, Mombasa - 0722 886951 / 0734 674728 - Shop Suprime Ent, Nakuru – 0754 238605 / 0728 166605 - Samkam Electronics, Nakuru – 0722 805100 - Mountain Church of Deliverance, Free Area, Nakuru – 0728 166605 - Rat Race Shop, opposite Total Petrol Station, Tala - 0712 748454 - Uchumi Business Centre, 1st floor room E, F, G and H, next to Muigai Commercial Agency - 0722 241 028 / 0787 749 559 - Alberto Communications, opposite Co-orperative Bank ATM, Kianyaga town, Kirinyaga - 0722 361082 - Krossover Inc, Malindi New Market, Mbuzi Wengi Street, Former Malindi Show Grounds - 0733901242/ 0723350076/ 0725690715   - Charity Wachira, Gilgil - 0720429451 - Design Electronics, opposite Western Express Coach, Kisumu - 0721 221230 - Ramogi Electronics, Garissa Lodge, Kisumu - 0720 530276 - Scorpio Electronics, Garrisa Lodge, Kisumu - 0722 768144 - Rockdale UK, Pan-Afric Life House - Standard Street, Nairobi - 0701 641011 - Rockdale UK, Vision Plaza - Suite 11, Mombasa Road, Mlolongo - 0701 641011 - Kichamu Electronics,  (G19) Rware House – Mfangano Street  - 0722909574

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Andrew Griffin aims to provide creative, high quality and competitive solutions to all facets of the construction industry. We boast not only understanding of the traditional construction business in the field of building, construction and civil engineering. This involves the full spectrum of civil engineering from site acquisition, design, construction and regular building maintenance. We are also involved in office renovation works. This includes design/development and installation of a wide range of partition systems. We specialize in innovative office space solutions including sliding doors, aluminium, gypsum and M.D.F partitioning, conference room dividers and storage room enclosures.

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We are blessed with Solar Energy in abundance at no cost. The solar radiation incident on the surface of the earth can be conveniently utilized for the benefit of human society. One of the popular devices that harness the solar energy is solar hot water system (SHWS). At Andrew Griffin we supply and install high quality SHWS engineered to the special needs of Kenya. Our systems can comfortably handle Hard Water (with silica anti corrosion coating) and pressurized water. On a sunny day our systems can achieve up to 80 C. The systems are equipped with an electric booster element to heat the water on cold days. Our systems come in 150 liters, 200 liters and 300 liters capacities and have a 10 year warranty period.

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Are you tired of persistent power interruptions at your home or office? We have a solution for you. Depending on your needs we can supply and install Inverter Power Backup systems. An inverter backup system stores charge in batteries and when needed i.e. during a blackout, the batteries supply power to any equipment connected to the inverter. We specialize in Deep cycle/deep discharge maintenance free batteries that can provide power for 6, 8, 10 or more hours depending on your needs. This system can be scaled up to use only Solar PV cells to charge the batteries
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We strive for excellence in all we do. We have a passion for continuous quality improvement and measure what counts and take action based on facts. We are committed to Protecting and preserving the environment and caring for the world we live in to make it a better place with an opportunity to strengthen our customers competitiveness

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We are a leading one-stop shop for the best quality and innovative communication solutions in the region. In just Four years of operation since inception in 2006, the company has managed to produce quality work that has earned itself a reputation among corporate organizations due to the quality and clear communication products inform of documentaries, infomercials, short films and behind the scene show productions.

In the line of our work, we have acquired vital information relating to the media and how best media relations can be handled. Also, having worked with the media, we know how the media works and what constitutes news.

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Andrew Griffin Ltd
Tel: 254 20 2711127
Fax: 254 20 2711127
P. O. Box 10272
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Nairobi,
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We deliver the sharpest quality picture and sound available, bringing the viewer’s experience to a higher level.

By appealing to your target audience, East African Productions creates the perfect visual showcase of your business. Our unique style will reinforce your brand awareness like never before.

Every client receives the highest value and quality service, created by experts using the latest High Definition Video, Photography & Web Technology. Sony HD Video -1080i WideScreen Picture feat. Dolby Digital Audio Projects are assembled by our Apple Certified Pro Editor Streaming Web Video designed & uploaded to your Home Page Essential Graphics & Titling Custom Music Soundtrack (licensed music additional) Original DVD Master Clients own licensing rights to all video & photography. The nature of work includes: Marketing Videos Training Videos Interview Videos Conference Videos TVCs

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Secure Transport Services Premium provider of 4WD's in Kenya for long-term chauffered rentals only. We provide ONLY chauffered car rental solutions to corporates and tour operators. Our chauffeurs are well vetted, trained on defensive driving and first aid and well experienced. Premium provider of 4WD's in Kenya

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Andrew Griffin Ltd is your first choice for alternative energy solution. We are dedicated to providing our clients with first class products to fulfill their needs in alternative energy. We specialize in solar hot water system (SHWS), solar PV cells and power backup solutions

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To spread out our market throughout Africa, both in market share and reputation, while providing maximum return on investment. Our Focus is providing general electrical solutions for domestic, commercial and industrial consumers and also utility providers. Thorn Power will achieve its goals by carefully understanding and meeting the needs of our overall market and offering the benefits of proven advance technologies that suits the market. We will transform our customers’ efficiency and productivity to sustainable world-class standards.

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Contact us on: 0723 868 884/ 0717 440 450 Email: info@veggieshop.co.ke

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P. O. Box 14510 – 00100.
Nairobi Tel 254 733 776 932,
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Power Quality

Due to increase in more electronic and other sensitive equipments in our industries there is need to have to have clean supply of electrical power to ensure there is minimum production downtimes due to machine breakdowns as a result of poor Quality of Power. Thorn Power helps domestic and industrial setups know their power quality status and help them to improve where required. This done by the help of Power Quality Analyzer which collects analyses and stores various electrical data which is then used by the electrical engineers to provide improvement solutions. Some of the areas monitored are: Transients Surges Harmonics Dips and Swells Interruptions Flicker Unbalance Under / Over Voltages

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Electrical Power is becoming a major cost of production for all domestic and manufacturing industries. This has necessitated the efforts to reduce the amount of energy required to provide products and services. Thorn Power assists companies identify the various areas through which they can save energy. This is done though an energy audit of the entire electrical setup of the premises and then various solutions identified. The areas covered are mainly; Maximum Load demand Lighting systems Motor loads Power factor Correction banks

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Electrical Energy Monitoring Systems

Thorn Power provides energy monitoring systems that help companies regulate their daily energy consumptions. Communication enabled digital meters installed at various production locations can be used to provide actual consumption data to a monitoring centre from which loading decisions can be made as per the production requirements.

About Us

The Mobile Veggieshop is an on-line seller of a select quality of fresh fruits and vegetables. We source for fruits and vegetables directly from farmers and deliver them when they are still fresh.  We envision a country that is well-fed and free of diseases that can easliy be eliminated by living healthy lifestyles hence we offer a variety of both traditional and modern products. Mobile Veggieshop helps you save on time, gives you the convinience of getting your regular periodic Fresh Produce right at your door step, offers more affordable groceries than the ones in your local kiosk or supermarket and also offers a variety of products that may not be available in your local market or kiosk.  

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Position Office Manager Profession Administrative Manager Experience 5 Years Post-Qualification Experience Years with Firm 5 years Nationality Kenyan Academic Qualifications: September 2014 to date Human Resource - Student NIBS June 2002 - March 2003 Trained in Computers - Shavine Computer College May 2003 - February 2005 Full Secretarial Course - Carlile College School of Business Studies Employment Record: May 2005 to date Arch-link International Ltd. – Office Manager

Our Services

Our Services NGO Services We provide custom solutions to Non-Governmental organisations to cater for their work assignments and project goals. From rough terrain environments to simple saloon vehicles and 4WD vehicles, you can trust that you requirement shall be met and exceeded. Be it in Northern Kenya / Southern Sudan / Western Kenya / Baringo / Central Kenya / Mombasa or even Nairobi, our expertise is sure to guarantee that your projects noble objectives are met timely, economically and securely.
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Thorn Power provides solution for complete and reliable protection of structures, industrial and commercial operations and personnel. This is done through the installation of; Lighting Protection Systems Grounding Systems Equipotential bonding Surge protection systems

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Tel: 254 20 2711127
Fax: 254 20 2711127
P. O. Box 10272
K.P Flats, Suite 22, Milimani Road, 00100
Nairobi,
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Fleet and Services

We provide ONLY chauffered car rental solutions to corporates and tour operators. Our chauffeurs are well vetted, trained on defensive driving and first aid and well experienced. No doubt the reason why major international organisations call on our services from time to time. Game drives: We provide game drives to among other locations: Nairobi national park , Lake Nakuru and the Maasai Mara. Secure Transport: We provide secure transport with trained personnel for additional peace of mind on request. Meet and Assist Services: Our friendly uniformed personnel provide meet and assist services from JKIA (Nairobi Airport) and Wilson Airport . Tour Operators: Most international tour operators trust us with their clientele to provide chauffered rentals. Our fleet includes the following : Toyota Saloon Vehicles , Toyota 4WD's , 7 Seater tour vans , Tour buses (25 Seater ) to luxury tour buses

Motor Condition Monitoring

Through the help of Motor Condition Monitor, 3-Phase electric motors and other motor based machinery and equipments used in industrial processes, especially where motor failure can cause critical damage to the process can be monitored and alarm raised for immediate action before the motor faults occur. This is a software based device, operating on unique model-based monitoring technology that has the ability to detect impending mechanical and electrical failures such as an balance, misalignment, bearing and rotor faults, static and dynamic eccentricity, core damage, leakages, valve and vane misadjustments, stator isolation problem on the motor or motor driven process. The Monitor is available for both Low and Medium Voltage applications.

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Thorn Power designs and manufactures Medium and Low voltage electrical cabinets based on Iskra Technology for both domestic and industrial setups. This includes Switchboards Distribution panels Control Panels Power Factor Correction Banks Points of Common Coupling interface

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Soft Starters for all Medium and Low Voltage applications based on Solcon Technology Variable Speed Drives based on Vacon Technology. Low voltage Switchgears based on Iskra Technology including: MCCBs, MCBs, Contactors (Industrial and Domestic), Display meters, Surge arrestor systems, Motor overloads, Motor Protecting Circuit Breakers, Power factor Correction products.

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We undertake Design, Supply, Installation and Commissioning of LPG and Petroleum systems including LPG Reticulated Systems (piped gas). We also do LPG tank revalidation and recertification.
Our clients include: Oil companies (both multinationals and local), government agencies, manufacturing companies, agricultural institutions, and the building services industry.

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P.O. BOX 47410 – 00100, G.P.O, NAIROBI, KENYA.
TEL (INDUSTRIAL AREA): 254 (20) 8076668/9, 2669917
TEL (TOWN OFFICE): 254 (20) 2226067/2242157
FAX (INDUSTRIAL AREA): 254 (20) 2301777
FAX (TOWN OFFICE): 254 (20) 2242157
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Nairobi City Center

Our city centre office is located at the heart of the city of Nairobi. The office is close in proximity to major hotels in the CBD (Hilton Hotel, Stanley Hotel, Intercontinental Hotel, The Norfolk, Nairobi Safari Club & 680 Hotel) all within walking distances.Other hotels are within 10 minutes driving range (Holiday Inn, Serena Hotel and Panari Hotel). Other services available in this location include:
Mobile phone rentals & Game drives / city tour booking office.   Location Address: 1st Floor International House
Business Centre, Suite 22
Mama Ngina Street 
Nairobi. Kenya
Phone - 020 6752062 (International - 254 20 6752062)
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Email - info@aero.co.ke

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Located at the arrivals hall at JKIA Airport, turn right after the arrivals gate after customs. We shall normally arrange for meet and greet services on arrival. Please advice us your flight number with expected arrival times details. Our customer service friendly staff shall be at hand to advice you on your rental and other queries you may have. Location Address:
Arrivals Hall, JKIA Airport
Nairobi.
Phone - 0725 977750 or 0725 9777 57
Email - info@aero.co.ke Services available in this location include:
Mobile phone rentals & Game drives / city tour booking office.

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Arch-link International Limited moved to Mirage westlands.

  Monday 4th, January 2016  Arch-link  International  L.T.D officially opened at the Mirage Westlands building in Mezzanine 1 office No.15. Mirage is accessible from Waiyaki way and is strategically located few minutes from the C.B.D and Westlands centre. Its our hope that moving from our current Lavington offices to Mirage Westlands will bring us closer to our customer and improve our services delivery to our clients. You are welcome to visit our offices for any inquires.

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At the heart of the Kenya's coast, our offices are located at:    Jamlick Plaza 
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Mama Ngina Drive 
Phone - 0725 977750 or 0725 977757
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We maintain a meet and greet service in this location.
Kindly advice us on your flight arrival details and we shall be more than happy to arrange for meet and assist service.
Please let us know in case you reschedule your flight or if your flight is delayed. Phone Numbers: 0725 9777 50 / 0725 977757 Services available: Mobile phone rental / Coastal tours / Transfers

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Dome cameras are commonly used in surveillance system  inside our homes,casinos,restaurants and retail stores .They have amazing features that accompany them: Have a high resolution - 700TVL Colour /720TVL Black and white . Dome Cameras are  also weather proof.  Its 35 IR LEDS that provide effective  zero lights viewing up to 82 fts.  

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Personal Leases

Hiring a car need not turn out to be an expensive undertaking for your and your family. Our pocket friendly options coupled with our options for Cash Backs provide you with a sensible alternative to owning a vehicle and running it for a short or long period of time.  Be it a: Short or long term posting to Kenya Temporary relocation to Kenya 2nd Car option for the family
Rest assured that we are have the ability to provide you with an excellent above average lease experience. Choose from a selection of weekend upgrade offers and a host of other benefits that ensure that you maximise on your lease. All personal leases come with the following options fully inclusive of the package: Rescue Packages Towing and recovery Country Wide AA of Kenya Backup Talk to us today and start experiencing! Some packages are only available within certain towns and within a radius. Enquire from us

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We provide custom solutions to Non-Governmental organisations to cater for their work assignments and project goals. From rough terrain environments to simple saloon vehicles and 4WD vehicles, you can trust that you requirement shall be met and exceeded. Be it in Northern Kenya / Southern Sudan / Western Kenya / Baringo / Central Kenya / Mombasa or even Nairobi, our expertise is sure to guarantee that your projects noble objectives are met timely, economically and securely. * We reserve the right to refuse rental in some locations. Certain locations require prior authorisation and services of our drivers.

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From Nursery Schools, Colleges and Institutions we have your perfect requirement to suit your students. By enquiring from us about our solutions to your institutions, you are guarantee to free up a lot of time spent on managing transport services. Our services are economical and safe. From: 9 Seater Mini-vans, 18 seater mini-vans, 25-29 Seater Mini buses to 51-62 seater buses, our solutions will let you concentrate on your core activity of education. Our safety concern ensures that we employ a certain level of drivers experience and expertise and utilise compliant equipment guaranteeing you peace of mind! Talk to us today (Link to the contact us page) and find out how we can work together for the future! Talk to us today and find out how we can work together for the future!

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Conferences and Transfer Services

Conference transportation poses a logistical nightmare to event organisers and managers. From small to large-scale conferences, Kenya is fast growing as preferred location for regional meetings, Company retreats, governmental and non-governmental conferences and professional bodies conferences.  Our unique event transport solutions will guarantee you and your delegate’s, peace of mind from a company that truly cares. Let us tailor your requirement and discuss options further.   Call us today on: Locally – 020 6752062 or 0725 9777 50 or 0725 9777 57
International - 254 725 9777 50 or 254 725 9777 57
Email –info@aero.co.ke And leave the rest to us!

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We pride ourselves with production of quality work that has earned us a reputation among corporate organizations due to the quality and clear communication products inform of documentaries, infomercials, short films and behind the scene show productions

Game Drives & City Tours

From a quick half day tour of Nairobi to 1 a day trip to Nakuru / Naivasha , we  will arrange for you to see as much as your time can allow in Nairobi and Kenya.             Our packages include: Nairobi City Tours covering a wide selection of landmarks. Game drives to Nairobi Game park *Quick one day trip to Naivasha or Lake Nakuru National Park Tours to other town and Game Parks within Kenya or Tanzania can be arranged. (Maasai Mara, Amboseli, Mount Kenya, Mombasa & Malindi Other packages are available on request but prior booking for this is required. Please click here to provide us with details about your *safari requirements for a quote  

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Mobile Phone Rental

Choose to hire a mobile phone with a local number and stay in-touch locally cheaply. All our mobile phone packages come with low call rates to Europe, North America, Asia, South America and the rest of Africa. * In addition to these we provide you with low cost tariff packages for local calls. Phones come with a pre-paid SIM card and the user it required to buy top-up airtime to use. A standard Nokia phone is provided and no credit will be given for unutilised airtime. International plans are provided using VOIP technology by the mobile phone operator. Phones come preloaded with 5USD of airtime and you can purchase more airtime from us or other outlets within Kenya (This price is added onto you first day’s rental charge). We can advice you of your number before you arrive upon booking for your vehicle. Charges start from 1USD per day. Long-term rentals are provided for at a flat rate of 15USD (2 Wks and above) and are payable upfront before picking the vehicle.

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To spread out our market throughout Africa, both in market share and reputation, while providing maximum return on investment.Our Focus is providing general electrical solutions for domestic, commercial and industrial consumers and also utility providers.Thorn Power will achieve its goals by carefully..

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We provide a wide range of camping gear to suite your requirements. Some items may come as packages with the vehicles choosen for rental.           Camping Gas Tents Sleeping Bags Lanterns Camping chairs and seats Cooking Equipment & Dining Equipment These and other items. Enquire from us about these and let us tailor for you a superb camping tour in Kenya/Tanzania or Uganda. Contact us for your camping experience in East Africa

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Are you a frequent hirer of vehicles for private and commercial usage?
Are you intending to frequently hire vehicles for private and commercial usage?
Are you getting a bargain from your current rental? Look no further! With our unique product offering and special price packages you will be entitled to special discounts and offers regularly. Challenge us to provide you a better rental deal and trust us to meet and beat your expectations * Talk to us today: Locally – 020 6752062 or 0725 9777 50 or 0725 9777 57
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The Mobile Veggieshop is a one-stop seller of fresh fruits, vegetables and cereals. We stock fruits, vigetables and grains that are locally-sourced from the farms that we have supply relations with. We store this produce in the proper conditions ready for sale and delivery to our customers.

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The saturated fats in the coconut oil are not the regular long-chain triglycerides but Medium-Chain Triglycerides. This is primarily what makes coconut a superfood. Promote heart health Promote proper thyroid activity Promote healthy brain function Providing an excellent “fuel” for your body and supporting a strong metabolism that can aid in weight loss Strengthens the immune system Maintains healthy and youthful skin
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Nature, Circumstances and Art have conspired to create a tasteful and lavish city that appeals to senses of the most successful global citizens. It is located on the mainland with a 15 kilometer mangrove and sand coastline facing historic Lamu Island, a 6 kilometer road frontage and a land mass of 17.5sqkm. It stands midway between the proposed international airport and the largest seaport on the eastern Coast of Africa currently under construction. It’s current value of US$ 400 million is to be transformed to a city of US$15 billion dollars through a capital injection of US$8.6 billion over five phases in the next 10 years. 10% of the land mass is decided to infrastructure with an additional 4,000,000m2 dedicated to golf courses and open spaces. The proposed space allocation is as follows: NO FACILITIES AREA COVERAGE IN ACRES 1 Kizuki Creek Homes 2,150 2 Kizuki Creek – Homes, Commercial Plots 100 3 Golf Course Villas 180 4 Golf Courses and club Houses (four) 1,000 5 Golf Hotels and Conference Centre (four) 80 6 Children Theme Park 100 7 Race Track - 8 Marina - 9 Private Creek Chalets 100 10 Country Clubs (Two) 20 11 Shopping Malls (Two) 40 12 Wellness Centre and Hospital 30 13 Industrial Park 100 14 Office Park 50 15 University 80 16 Institute of Technology 40 17 High Schools (Three) 60 18 Primary Schools(Three) 45 19 Salt Works 50 20 Mariculture (Sea Farming) - 21 Private Airstrip and Hangar 100 22 Helipad 10 23 Police Station 2 - 24 Administration - TOTAL ACREAGE 4,340 *Areas allocated to Golf Villas & Club Houses is also included in the golf courses

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  Aero Car and Truck Rental provides comprehensive transport solutions to SME's and Large Corporates. Our corporate services are backed up by major vehicle vendors in Kenya to enable you concentrate on your business and leave the transportations 'headaches' to us.  

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Alphalarm Technologies is a Private Limited Liability Company incorporated in Kenya under the Companies Act Cap. 486 of the laws of Kenya in 2012. The company is staffed with competent personel backed by modern technology in order to provide excellent services to our clients.
 
We employ state of the art technology that makes the difference in the application of CCTV Installation,motor vehicle & motorbike tracking, alarm systems,Key cutting ,Car spacers,Car tinting ,Turbo timers ,Vehicle Identity  & entertainment systems. OUR VISION To become recognized as a market leader in modern vehicle security technology in car tracking, car alarm & hi-tech vehicle entertainment systems. MISSION STATEMENT To provide unparalleled dedication, communication, tracking & recovery means that allows effective security, cost saving & comprehensive advantage in today's volatile, dynamic global business environment to both public & private sector. CORE VALUES Customer Care & Safety Integrity & Delivery of Excellent Standards Consistently Use of Modern Technology & Innovation Ensure Customers Get Value for their Money Social Corporate Responsibility & Environmental Care

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Our GPRS tracking services utilizes the best technology. We have very compact, real-time tracking devices based on GPS/GPRS/GSM technology. We have then incorporated powerful features that makes this product most suitable for vehicle tracking and fleet management. We offer Real Time tracking from our 24/7 365 days operational control room. Tracking and Recovery services are done with our own response vehicles within Kenya & throughout East Africa Region. On client request, we offer Geo Fencing & vehicle immobilization. Our after sales services include FREE Tracking and Recovery within Kenya, GPRS/SIM card costs borne by us for local charges & Post Crime assistance in obtaining abstracts etc from authorities. We offer Real Time tracking from our 24/7 365 days operational control room. Tracking and Recovery services are done with our own response vehicles within Kenya & throughout East Africa Region. On client request, we offer Geo Fencing & vehicle immobilization. Our after sales services include FREE Tracking and Recovery within Kenya, GPRS/SIM card costs borne by us for local charges & Post Crime assistance in obtaining abstracts etc from authorities.

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Car Alarm Systems

We sell and install the best car alarm systems in the market. Our experts install as you wait, complete with the following features Triggered by vibration, door opening and/or intruding Central locking Remote arm/disarm Remote vehicle lock/unlock Car alarm certificate

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Car Music Systems

Turn your car into an entertainment center with quality music and sound systems. We install the best brands in the car music/audio systems, i.e. Sony, Pioneer, Kenwood. We have a wide variety of models in varying price range to suite your budget. We only install genuine entertainment systems (Audio and Visual) in regard to the vehicle make to give our clients the best and newest technology there is in the market. We fit the systems from small cars to big vehicles.

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Thorn Power started as an electrical product sales company in 1991. Thorn Power has evolved to be a complete electrical engineering company with its offices in Industrial area, Nairobi, Kenya.Thorn Power deals in a broad range of electrical products for domestic, commercial and industrial applications.

Security Car Door Locks and Immobilizers

In these unpredictable streets, you need more than electronics to safeguard your car. You need a strong physical anti-theft unit that makes your car-doors unbreakable and your car immovable. At Alphalarmtech, we have just the solutions for this high level security. Choose from our range of German steel Door locks, Gear locks and Immobilizers to keep your car burglar-proof

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Thorn Power deals in various products within the electrical scope that helps companies maximize their output production. This ranges from solutions to products that are aimed at saving energy. These include:Power Quality SolutionsEnergy Saving Solutions

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P.O. BOX 47410 – 00100, G.P.O, NAIROBI, KENYA.
TEL (INDUSTRIAL AREA): 254 (20) 8076668/9, 2669917
TEL (TOWN OFFICE): 254 (20) 2226067/2242157
FAX (INDUSTRIAL AREA): 254 (20) 2301777
FAX (TOWN OFFICE): 254 (20) 2242157
EMAIL: info@thornpower.co.ke

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Annex Building, Limuru Road,
Specks Complex, Woodvale Avenue,Wesltands.Tel: 0727 595155, 0737 327382
P.O. Box 44381 - 00100,
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Thorn Power deals in various products within the electrical scope that helps companies maximize their output production. This ranges from Solutions to products. Some of our products are as below: Power Quality Solutions Energy Saving Solutions Electrical Energy Monitoring Solutions Facility Electrical Protection Motor Condition Monitoring Electrical Cabinets Other Products

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ALPHALARM was started in 2006 with the sole aim of giving vehicle owners peace of mind when it came to their cars also in monitoring peoples movement by use of CCTV  cameras . Not only are we experienced  car alarm installation but we now install car tracking ,CCTV  installation,vehicle identity ,Car tinting ,Gear Locks,Door Locks ,Turbo timer ,Air conditioning ,Car spacers ,Key Cutting equipment and Car entertainment.

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Home-made Peanut Butter

Peanut butter is one of the best sources of healthy fats and other beneficial nutrients. Unfortunately, most of the commercial peanut butter products at your local supermarket are not healthy at all. Most manufacturers will add hydrogenated oil (Preservative and stabilizer) and even sugar. The good news is peanut butter is one of the easiest home recipes and it tastes much better than the commercial one. What’s more, you can make yours even healthier by adding Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Benefits (a few of so many): Peanuts are a great source of mono-unsaturated fatty acids, magnesium, niacin (brain food) and vitamin E Extra Virgin Olive Oil has healthy dose of mono-unsaturated fatty acids that help in maintaining healthy blood cholesterol levels, lowers risks of high blood pressures and is beneficial in preventing blocked arteries. Ingredients: Raw peanuts Extra Virgin Olive oil (Mechanically expressed) Sea salt Method Roast the raw peanuts over a pan at low heat. There is no need to put any oil as the peanuts won’t stick to the pan with the peels on. Dry-roast this for about 10 min. The peanuts should taste cooked but soft. Turn off the heat and leave peanuts covered in the hot pan to allow drying off and hardening The dried and crunchy nut should now be easy to peel off the skin (If the nuts are really clean, you may leave this part out) Once the nuts are all peeled, put in the blender with the grinder blades option and add some sea salt to your taste. Blend the nuts to a coarseness of your liking (either crunchy or smooth peanut butter). Pour the peanut flour into a glass container and add Extra Virgin Olive Oil in small quantities as you mix until you acquire a good consistency that will allow you to spread the peanut butter.

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KPMG Kenya. EA Registrars. Petken Ltd. Cadiff Systems Ltd. Kenya Medical Training College. Kenchic Ngara branch. Beiersdorf East Africa Ltd. Aristocrats Concrete Ltd. Axel Engineering & Manufacturing Ltd. Training & Consulting Associates Ltd.

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There is no better place to begin your Africa experience. Kenya is a land of extreme diversity and a host of God–given and natural tourist attractions –good warm climate through the year; abundance of wildlife; natural scenic landforms ranging from the beaches, plateaus, Mountains, The rift valley and over forty diverse traditional communities famous for their cheer and hospitality. Experience the wildlife adventures at Kenya’s Game reserves renowned as some of the best and most popular in the world for their concentration of game. At most of the parks all the big five can be seen throughout the year. Once a year Maasai Mara, an extension of Serengeti Plains in Tanzania, is striped black by million of wildebeest and zebra migrating north from the Serengeti plains. A hot air balloon safari over the plains of the Mara or Serengeti in Tanzania is a most memorable experience. Some of Kenya’s tribes such as the Maasai and Samburu live on the game reserve fringes and co-share in the revenue form the reserve. With over forty ethnic tribes in Kenya, there is no limit to the cultural experience. Visitors are welcome to study our various peoples, all whom have plenty to offer in history and social culture such as art, drama and dance. Traditional education, rites and rituals pertaining to initiation into adulthood (circumcision), feats, births and naming ceremonies as well as Traditional Africa medicine and leisure activities. All communities have unique cultural interest such as traditional foods, Architecture, land tenures & utility, pastoralism, farming tools and implements as well as dress and attire. Kenya coastline is also a popular attraction. Every year, thousands of tourists come to experience the mixtures of beauty, sand and the Swahili culture, all of which contribute to Mombasa’s distinctive personality evolved from 1,000 years of contact with the East, the Mediterranean and Europe. Mombasa is the capital of North Coast and controls most of the business and commercial leisure activities. It also acts as the gateway to the south coast by road, rail and air. The town of Watamu and Malindi are just north of Mombasa and are popular for deep-sea fishing and water sport. Visit Kenya’s greatest archaeological heritage, the ruined city of Gedi a lost city whose population inexplicable vanished in the 17th century. The outer wall of this lost city encloses an area of about 18 ha. Many of the houses together with the sultan’s palace have been excavated and partly restored.

Further North is Town of Lamu Island, Kenya’s best –kept secret. The island has seen many visitor and influences, including Portuguese explorers Turkish traders and the Omani Arabs. All left their Mark, but Lamu developed its own particular cultures, which has ultimately endured. Lamu’s narrow streets remain unchanged and in the markets and squares around the fort life moves at the same pace as it always has. There are no vehicles on this island, and the donkey and the dhow remain the dominant form of transport. The real attraction here is the islands’ fascinating history, along and exotic tale that draws the visitor back into the world of the 14th Century.

Choose from numerous choices of quality accommodations throughout your adventures – from luxury lodges and tented camps, world class beach hotel to extremely beautiful privates homes.
As the preferred Africa “hub”, Kenya hosts numerous world class commercial airlines and air charter thus offering excellent connections to all of Africa and Europe, which opens to possibilities for so much more adventure. So in addition to the beauty of Kenya, you can sample the best of Tanzania’s Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Mount Kilimanjaro and Zanzibar.

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Amboseli National Park
One and half days

Day 1-Amboseli
Drive across the Athi plains and Massai country to Amboseli ,arriving in time for lunch.
Afternoon game viewing with the snow-capped peak of Mount Kilimanjaro in the background.
Dinner and overnight at a safari lodge.

Day 2-Nairobi
Early morning viewing followed by breakfast at the logde and return to Nairobi.

Afternoon departures on this safari will arrive in Amboseli for a short game drive before an evening check-in at lodge.
Dinner and overnight at lodge.

Day 2-
Early morning game drive followed by breakfast. Another morning game drive lunch at lodge and return to Nairobi this evening.

Kenya

Situated on the Eastern coast of Africa, set astride the Equator and bisected from North to South by the Great Rift Valley, Kenya covers a total area of 580,530 square kilometers, including 13,395 sq. km of inland water. Its Indian Ocean coastline stretches for 480 km.. Nairobi, the capital of the country, is a colourful striking city 500 km inland from Mombasa, the major port on the Indian Ocean. Official languages are Swahili and English.
With an estimated population of more than 30 millions people, this country gained full independence on 12th December 1963 and was admitted to the United Nations four days later. In 1964, the country became a sovereign republic within the Commonwealth, with Mzee Jomo Kenyatta as its first president. He remained in office until his death in 1978 when President Daniel Arap Moi was elected leader of the Nation.
For the traveller Kenya is an enchanting country because few places in the world can better its varied touristic attractions. The overwhelming appeal of the wildlife sanctuaries, glorious beaches, breathtaking scenery in a vast and unspoilt land, an almost perfect climate, sophisticated accommodation and a hospitable happy people.
Kenya contains almost every known land form from true glacial ice to arid desert, mountain massifs to rich savannahs, large lakes and dense forest: Mount Kenya (5,199 m.) with its breathless snow capped peaks stands sentinel above rolling grassland plains and the fascinating semideserts are much further to the North; Lake Victoria, the first lake to be discovered and largest in Africa; Lake Turkana now known as the "Cradle of Mankind"; the Indian Ocean coast, a place of white sandy beaches, turquoise seas and archaeological antiquities...
Above all are the wildlife sanctuaries: the 25 National Parks, devoted to the absolute protection of the indigenous flora and fauna; the 29 National Reserves, where wildlife coexist from time immemorial in perfect harmony with the pastoral nomadic tribes ... These wild and lovely places vary in the abundance and variety of their animals, in scenery, in climate and altitude; from the famous savannah of Masai Mara to the ornithological paradise of Lake Nakuru.
Variations in altitude and terrain create contrasts in the climate: from the hot and humid coast to the fresh, sometimes frosty mornings of the central highlands and the dry burning heat of the northern desert; however, overall, it is seldom harsh, neither too hot nor too cold with long sun filled days.
In almost every part of Kenya there are hotels which hold their own with any in the world. Many, like the famous Treetops, the Norfolk in Nairobi and Mount Kenya Safari Club are internationally know. Some are architectural masterpieces, some are tented camps, true luxury in the bush. All have one common aim, to offer the best in comfort, quality and service in true safari style.
TEMPERATURES (all in C)   Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Nairobi 27 28 27 26 25 24 23 23 26 27 25 25 Mombasa 32 32 33 31 29 29 28 28 29 30 31 32 RAINFALL FIGURES (all in mm)   Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Nairobi 49 36 85 153 126 32 13 18 21 48 132 75 Mombasa 17 10 30 108 149 54 34 47 46 62 66 32 NAIROBI
A pleasant City in the Sun, Nairobi, the Capital City of Kenya and a safari world hub is just south of the Equator at an altitude of 1,675 m. The city, was born in the spirit of adventure in the days of the early pioneers, less than a Century ago. Began as an insignificant jumble of tents and ox wagons beside the Uganda Railhead, which halted here 500 km inland from the coast to gather steam for the way ahead. The good climate and the abundance of water made it grow quickly, becoming one of the most important and vibrant cities of Africa. Nairobi enjoys an almost perfect, healthy climate: warm sunny cloudless days with the temperature seldom rising above 25 C and cooler nights. With amalgamation of races and cultures, it hosts a population of almost 3 million people..
A city of great contrast, strikingly modern with tall imposing buildings, yet reminders of the early days are there. Look for the Law Courts and Parliament Buildings; Railway Station and Museum, with its steam locomotives so emotive of a more romantic age; Jamia Mosque; the City Market with its arrays of tropical fruits and flowers; the famous Norfolk Hotel, linked with Kenya´s history since 1904; Kenyatta Conference Centre built in 1983; the National Museum, founded in 1910, with its unique collections so relevant to Kenya´s early history and the prehistory of mankind; the Karen Blixen Museum, outside the city, a memorial to a woman admired both for her writing and her spirit; the Bomas of Kenya, the nation´s cultural centre where it is possible to watch a vivid display of tribal dancing in a rural lovely setting ...
Throughout the country and specially in Nairobi shopping is an absorbing pastime. Look around first, there is so much on offer: wood carvings and traditional handcrafts; sensuous soapstone from Kisii; colorful sisal mats; "kiondos", the famous Kenya bags; "kangas" and "kikois", traditionally worn by women and these days used as tablecloths or beach wraps; batiks, as the silk ones printed by Heidi Lange or Robin Anderson ... Also two gem stones originate in this part of Africa: the blue Tanzanite and the vivid green Tsavorite.
Visitors to Nairobi will be pleasantly surprised by the quality of the hotels in and around the city. All are well appointed with spacious rooms, most have swimming pools and the service is friendly and attentive. Most of the leading hotels offer gourmet, a la carte dining in sophisticated grill rooms. For visitors who wish to dine out the choice is appealing: the Tamarind, with superb seafood from the Indian Ocean; the Ibis Grill, in the Norfolk Hotel, an exceptional meal for a special occasion; the Carnivore, famous for its exotic game meats ...
THE KENYA COAST
480 km of vast uninterrupted white sand beaches, fringed with palms, casuarinas, oleanders and brilliant bougainvillaea, washed by the incredible sparkling blue waters of an opal Indian Ocean, refreshed by gentle monsoon breezes, makes the Kenya coast one of the most idyllic resort areas anywhere in the world.
The tropical coastline of East Africa has been recognized by historians for a thousand years, from Ptolemy to the Turks, from the Arabs to the Portuguese who took Mombasa in the 16th Century. They stayed for over a century, building Fort Jesus, eventually being starved by the Arabs.
In the North and South coast stand some of Kenya´s finest hotels, nestling in cleared beach front areas, offering a very wide variety of watersports and activities.
The Kisite Marine Park, almost at the Tanzania border, an intriguing underwater world, can be reached from Shimoni or Wasini Island in a lovely dhow trip. In the North, Nyali, Bamburi, Shanzu and Kikambala are a paradise of sand and bright blue sea, with its calm unruffled water.

MOMBASA
Situated on the East Coast, along the Indian Ocean beach and being the second largest City of the country, its the largest and most popular island on the Kenya coast.
This old but vibrant gateway to Kenya is a mystical mixture of ancient and modern, with a cosmopolitan population blending Africa, Arabia and Asia. But not everyone realizes that this picturesque port is an island with two deep water harbors. Evocative of the east, graceful sailing dhows unchanged throughout the centuries, arrive on the monsoon winds, while ocean liners berth just around the headland. Fringing the dhow harbor is the Old Town, dominated by the ancient Portuguese Fort Jesus, a maze of narrows streets overshadowed by high ornamental balconies of quaint shuttered houses and vibrant open bazaars.
MALINDI
A time gem, dating back to the 9th Century with Arab occupation from the 13th Century onwards. Malindi is a rich trading centre with early contacts with near East and Arabic influence for more than 500 years, Malindi is now a popular beach destination.
18kms south of the ancient town, surrounded by the Sokokwe Forest, is situated the lost City of Gedi whose inhabitants inexplicably vanished over 300 years ago.
Two marine national parks with wonderful underwater coral gardens and thousands of tropical fish, secluded curved bays with incredible beaches that defy description.
LAMU
Dreamt of a deserted tropical Island in the sun? that’s Lamu. Its one of the earliest Arab settlements along the Coast. Lamu has preserved her architecture and a tempo reminiscent of the 18th Century. This swahili town, last remaining bastion of the Shirazi, the oldest of the cultures on this coast, is a delightful anachronism carrying on its daily life as it has for centuries.
There are beautiful beaches, a wonderful underwater world along the reefs in the Kiunga Marine National Park and two remote hideaways on Kiwayu and islands.

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The Ark or Treetops
One and a half days

Day1-The ark or Treetops
Drive north through the heart of Kikuyu country to Mweiga for lunch at Aberdare country club or Nyeri for lunch at the Outspan Hotel. After lunch special transport takes you into the forest to spend the night at The Ark or Treetops. From the comfort of your lodge, built on the slopes of Aberdare Mountains you can see a procession of wild animals visiting the waterhole and salt lick.
Dinner and overnight at your Tree Hotel.

Day 2-Nairobi
Return to Nairobi after breakfast at the ark or Outspan Hotel.

Parks In Kenya

MASAI MARA NATIONAL PARK
Referred to as the highlight of the game viewing in East Africa, and needless to point in the world!! Maasai Mara is situated in the heart of the Great Rift Valley, with an area of 1,812 sq. km, limited to the East by the Talek river and Loita plains, Masai Mara, Kenya´s leading Game Reserve, lies on the border between Kenya and Tanzania and is the northern extension to the renowned Serengeti plain.
A reserve of breathless vistas, a panorama of vast rolling plains, hills and woodland groves, well watered by the Mara River, concentrating in its proximities permanent populations of wildlife: this is lion, leopard, cheetah and elephant country, with buffalo lurking in the forest and a superb abundance of plains game: zebras, Thompson and Grant gazelles, topis ... But all this richness is secondary to the Mara main attraction: the annual migration, which takes place between July and September. Over a million wildebeest, more than two hundred thousand zebra with their attendant predators cross the Mara River and spread across the plains in a seemingly endless procession. This annual seasonal migration has attracted a “ritual” fluctuations of visitors to this part of the world to catch this great spectacle. LAKE NAKURU NATIONAL PARK
An ornithological paradise and considered one of the country’s most beautiful National Park, Lake Nakuru National Park boasts a total area of 368 sq. km, its home for more than 450 different kinds of birds, Lake Nakuru is one of the finest ornithological sights in the world, famous haunt of thousand of flamingoes which feed on the algae in the 40 cm deep lake. This beautiful shallow alkaline lake, just south of Nakuru town, is surrounded by acacia woodland and rich savannah.
Superb example of conservation at work in the wild, it is now, with the assistance of the World Wildlife Foundation, providing sanctuary for Rothschild Giraffe, Black and White Rhino and Leopard who live in perfect harmony in this aquatic landscape. The edge of the lake is frequently a crimson ribbon of Greater and Lesser Flamingoes, while pelicans and other water birds swim and fish in majestic flotilla formation. SAMBURU, BUFFALO SPRINGS AND SHABA NATIONAL RESERVES
Located on the semi-arid Northern Kenya, in the pastoral Samburu country, the three remote Reserves: Samburu, and the adjacent Shaba & Buffallo Springs National Reserves are rugged, hosting same faunal structure. These wildlife reserves, with a total area of 428 sq. km, lie just within the fascinating semi-desert Northern Frontier District of Kenya.
The tranquil Uaso Nyiro River, flowing through Shaba and Samburu, attract a wide number of rare wildlife and provides a natural habitat for crocodile. Long necked gerenuk, Grevy´s zebra and reticulated giraffe are species not found in the less arid areas to the south. Elephant seek solace and contentment in the shallow waters of this wide sauntering river, fringed with acacia, down palms and tamarind, which together with Buffalo Springs, support a large variety of african mammals, cheetah and leopard being particularly well represented. Doves and guinea fowl abound and the giant Martial Eagle perched on some high vantage point.
The past volcanic intensity of the area is demonstrated by the formidable lava flow at the southern end of Shaba (its name comes from a cone of volcanic rock).
With a magnificent background of jagged, purple mountains, a safari in these small gems in the wildlife wilderness, will provide some of the best and most colorful game viewing in the country.

MOUNT KENYA NATIONAL PARK
Mount Kenya National Park is home to the highest Mountain in the Country, Mount Kenya, with its snow-capped peaks 5,199 m. high, Its slopes are covered with rich deciduous and bamboo forests and open high altitude moorland just below the glaciers and snowfields. Here, abundant wildlife resident within the thick forest and includes bigger mammals like elephant, buffalo, even lion, with several species of antelope and other smaller animals too. The floral structure of this area is unique and stratified into zones as you ascend to the higher altitude mountain, which has always been a great attraction to botanist. Numerous Mountain Climbing packages are offered from the base Lodges within the foothills of Mount Kenya, making the area a hiking destination. THE ABERDARE NATIONAL PARK
The Aberdares, a beautiful mountain range in the central highlands of Kenya where icy rivers plunge in glorious cascades and waterfalls, is considered the life blood of Kenya being the source of the waters feeding millions of populations down streams. It’s a place of dense forest, misty moorlands and alpine plants.
The park boasts 766 sq. km of the area which got rich wildlife species. The Salient stretching out towards the nearby town of Nyeri, was once an elephant migration corridor, although not in use by these giants of jungle, the animals remain within the park together with buffalo and a wide variety of antelope, giant forest hog, the elusive bongo, rhino, lions and hyenas. Tacazze and Malachite Sunbird, Mountain Buzzard and African Goshawk are found in this area where the birdlife is abundant and varied. AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK
This seasonal swamp of 3,810 sq. km, is one of the finest areas in the country for big game photography, attracting a vast population of wildlife. The landscape, with its parched alkaline pan and strange mirages, is everywhere dominated by the glistening majestic snowcap of Mount Kilimanjaro on the back ground, a extinct volcano of 5,894 m. known as the "roof of Africa".
This is Maasai country, a proud nomadic people, who have lived in harmony with nature for centuries. Game viewing is an adventure in this park, with lion, cheetah and buffalo almost an assured sight and hosts of antelope, zebra and other small creatures of the wild. Bird life is abundant. But the most impressive inhabitants of this arid landscape are the elephants, moving in large columns in their daily peregrination to the water. TSAVO NATIONAL PARK
Forming one of the world´s largest game parks is the combined area of Tsavo East and West National Parks, together with the adjoining private sanctuary of Taita. A model national park in layout, geophysical, animal and plant diversity, situated midway between Nairobi and Mombasa.
This starkly beautiful park suffered considerable deprivation both in physical damage and animal loss in the 1970´s, but this is now well past, and today the park is thriving once more. The many natural wonders in this harsh countryside include the fascinating Mzima Springs a marvelous eruption of underground crystal waters arising in the Chyulu Hills from Mount Kilimanjaro, reaching the surface to form clear pools, a heaven for a rich wildlife pageant.
The wildlife in this park includes herds of elephant and prides of lion. Less common species include fringed-eared oryx, klipspringer, striped hyena and caracal.
South of the park is a private sanctuary with lovely lakes and waterholes, which ensures an exciting variety of animals at all times of the year. Weaver birds and their fascinating nests are found throughout the park, as are Fisher´s starling, hornbills and parrots. LAKE BOGORIA NATIONAL PARK
Probably the most geologically rich National Park in Kenya, Lake Bogoria is like a boiling pot with fuming hot springs and continuous fountains of geysers, jutting from the earth surface. It’s own Lake Bogoria, is a rich bird Santuary with thousands of flamingoes and pelican in addition to other bird species. The park also host animal life mostly grazers population, baboons among others.

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Ark Samburu Mount Kenya
Four days Day 1-The ark
Drive north for lunch at the Aberdare country club. Special transport takes you to the ark for afternoon tea. All night game viewing from special viewing decks.
Dinner and overnight at the ark. Day 2-Samburu
Breakfast at the ark and drive to Samburu game Reserve. Lunch at the lodge and afternoon game viewing in the reserve renowned for its unusual game - The Grevy’s zebra and longed necked Gerenuk.
Dinner and overnight at a safari lodge. Day 3-Mount Kenya safari club
An early breakfast in Samburu followed by another short game drive.
Depart for Nanyuki and the luxurious Mount Kenya safari club, set in the shadow of Mount Kenya. Lunch and afternoon at leisure or free for golfing, etc.
Dinner and overnight at Mount Kenya Safari club. Day 4-Nairobi
Breakfast at Mount Kenya and drive back to Nairobi.

Tanzania

Tanzania is situated below the Equator and is bordered by shimmering lakes and the Indian Ocean, from Mount Kilimanjaro in the North to Mozambique in the South. Best described as a kaleidoscope of landscape, wildlife and people, and East Africa´s best kept secret. It has an area of 939,701 sq. km., Its landscapes varies from the green tropical 800 km of coastline, with silver sand, coral reefs and mangrove swamps, to the beige semidesert of the central plateau, the eternal snow of the northern mountains and the savannah of the largest and best game reserves in the world.
Tanzania has an amazing infinite variety from Wildlife, landscape, culture the green islands of Pemba, Zanzibar and Mafia.
Over a quarter of Tanzania is made up of National Parks, game reserves, and controlled areas. In the North, the remarkable Serengeti plains support over three million animals; further east is Ngorongoro Crater, an inequalable caldera which reveals on its floor a magic world teeming with animals; nearby, Lake Manyara at the foot of the Rift Valley is a bird watchers paradise. Tanzania has 53,000 sq. km. of inland water. Lake Tanganyika is Africa´s deepest and longest fresh water lake. In the north-west, Lake Victoria, the second largest on earth, lies in a huge shallow depression.
But above all, at 5,895 m, there is mighty Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa, which rises majestically out of the dusty bush of the northern Masai Steppe. Its densely forested sides give way to the blue glaciers and unbelievably white snow of its rounded peak. TEMPERATURES (all in C)   Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Arusha 28 28 27 25 24 22 22 23 25 27 27 27 Dar-es-Sa. 31 32 32 31 30 30 29 29 30 30 31 31 RAINFALL FIGURES (all in mm)   Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep

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Lake Nakuru Maasai mara
Four days Day 1-Lake Nakuru
Drive west of Nairobi into the Great Rift Valley, arriving Lake Nakuru National park in time for lunch. An afternoon drive to the lake, home of greater and lesser flamingo and waterbuck.
Dinner and overnight at safari lodge. Day 2-Maasai Mara
An early breakfast and depart for the Maasai mara Game Reserve. lunch at the lodge and afternoon game viewing in the reserve that borders the Serengeti in Tanzania.
Dinner and overnight at safari lodge or tented camp. Day 3-Maasai Mara
Full day of game viewing in the park noted for its black-maned lion, leopard and elephant.
Dinner and overnight at a safari lodge or tented camp. Day 4-Nairobi
Return to Nairobi after breakfast.

Parks In Tanzania

MOUNT KILIMANJARO
Discovered by Johannes Rebmann in 1848, Mount Kilimanjaro is a beautiful great shining mountain of 5,895m always bearing a glittering mantle of snow. The highest mountain in Africa is also a national park which extends from mountain rain forest to scrub and alpine moorland and finally snow and ice fields at the summit. NGORONGORO
Indisputably one of Africa´s true wonders of nature and an extraordinary place of haunting beauty, with its grand majestic mountain ring and lake, Ngorongoro, an active volcano some 8 million years ago, covers an area of 264 sq. km and is the largest intact caldera in the world.
Approaching Ngorongoro Crater is a unique experience. The road winds upwards through a beautiful area of tropical rainforest and meadows carpeted with wild flowers. Its enduring charm stems from its overwhelming physical beauty and the abundance of wildlife permanently resident on the crater floor. LAKE MANYARA
Set around a shallow alkaline lake, surrounded by ancient baobabs, ground water forest of fig and mahogany and open grasslands, this park lies at the foot of a dramatic escarpment, offering a rich diversity of scenery and wildlife.
Considered as one of Tanzania´s most attractive game sanctuaries, it is home for the famous tree climbing lions. Birdlife is prolific, and a very high density of elephant population coexist with buffalo, zebra, wildebeest and other big game. SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK
With 14,500 sq kms., the Serengeti plain is undoubtedly the most famous wildlife sanctuary in the world, unequalled for its natural beauty and the greatest concentration of plains game anywhere. It lies between the shores of Lake Victoria in the east and the Maasai Mara to the north west.
Serengeti is renown for its black-maned lion and other predators including wild dog, spotted hyena, jackal, cheetah and leopard. The wealth of birdlife is of a special interest including colourful rollers, bee-eaters, kingfishers and sunbirds and a large number of birds of prey.
During May and June, Lake Ndutu at the foot of the Ngorongoro highlands, is the starting point for one of the great natural wonders of nature - the famous annual migration. Nearly 2 million wildebeests and a quarter of a million zebra move in winding columns several miles in length towards the Maasai Mara.

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Shaba lake Naivasha Maasai mara
Six days Day 1-Shaba
Early morning departure from Nairobi and drive north to Shaba National reserve. Lunch at Sarova Shaba, a luxurious lodge set in the “Born free” country. A late afternoon game drive.
Dinner and overnight at Sarova Shaba lodge. Day2-Shaba
Early breakfast and de part for Samburu game reserve for a full day of game viewing with a picnic lunch at buffalo springs game reserve.
Dinner and overnight at Sarova Shaba lodge. Day 3-Lake Nakuru
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Dinner and overnight at Sarova Mara camp. Day 5-Maasai Mara
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Dinner and overnight at Sarova Mara camp. Day 6-Nairobi
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These are loans provided for financing short term cash flow constraints. The loans are on a secured basis only. The acceptable securities include shares of companies quoted at the Nairobi Stock Exchange and motor vehicle log books for vehicles not more than 12 years old.   Features The facility is available to registered businesses. Minimum loan amount is shs 10,000. Loan period is 3 months. For loans secured by shares, the amount advanced should not exceed 60% of the prevailing market price of the shares offered as security. (The market prices refer to the prices in the Nairobi Stock Exchange as reported in the Daily Media as at the date of application.) For motor vehicle secured loans, maximum amount advanced shall not exceed 50% of the forced sale value. Repayments will be by way of post-dated cheques. Where the applicants have no current accounts, repayment will be by way of standing orders to our bank account. interest on loan is a flat rate   Requirements Original logbook. Client has to sign 2 transfer forms for the vehicle and he/she must pay for the transfer of ownership. A duly completed loan application form as per specimen. A copy of National Identification card or passport. The copies must be certified against originals by an officer of the company. Copies of business registration/incorporation certificates, current business license and copies of bank statements for the last four months. Irrevocable letter of undertaking signed by the holder(s) of the shares Motor Vehicle Log Book Certificate of comprehensive motor vehicle insurance CATEGORIES 1. TRH JIINUE Loan ranging from 51,000 and up based on credit approval. 2. TRH BIASHARA BORA (SME) This loan can be used to boast your business adventures. It starts from 51,000 and up based on the approvals 3. TRH MUKOMBOZI This loan is from 100,000 and up based on credit approval. It is for registered companies. Security: Chattels; Log book; Guarantor; Bank statement for 6 months & PD cheques

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Samburu Treetops Nairobi Maasai Mara
Seven days Day 1-Samburu
Morning departure for Samburu game reserve. Lunch and afternoon game viewing drive in the reserve noted for the rare and unusual reticulated giraffe and Grevy’s zebra.
Dinner and overnight at Samburu lodge. Day 2-Samburu
Full day in Samburu game reserve with morning and afternoon game viewing.
Meals and overnight at Samburu Lodge. Day 3-Samburu
Breakfast and drive to Nyeri for lunch at the Outspan Hotel, after which special transport takes you to Treetops Hotel for all night game viewing.
Meals and overnight at Treetops. Day 4-Naivasha
Descend into the Great Rift Valley for a visit to Lake Nakuru National Park, the world famous flamingo sanctuary. Lunch and continue to nearby Lake Naivasha.
Meals and overnight at Lake Naivasha Hotel. Day 5-Maasai Mara
Proceed to the Maasai Mara Game Reserve. Afternoon game viewing in the Maasai Mara Game Reserve, which borders the Serengeti Park in Tanzania.
Meals and overnight at Keekorok Lodge. Day 6-Maasai Mara
Spend all day tracking game in the Maasai Mara, home to large herds of wildebeest, zebra, giraffe, elephant and buffalo. Stalking lion, leopard and cheetah are close by.
Meals and overnight at keekorok Lodge. Day 7-Nairobi
Morning return to Nairobi.

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Dr. F. Kinuthia Muriu

Dr. Kinuthia Muriu is a Reproductive Health Expert praticing privately as a Consultant Obstetrician Gynaecologist over the last 16 years after 5 years experience as a Reproductive Health Research Officer with KEMRI. Now admitting Consultant in the Nairobi Hospital, the Aga Khan University Hospital, the Mater Hospital and Nairobi Womens Hospital. Holder of Masters of Medicine in Obstetrics and Gynaecology(1991), and Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery(1984), of the University of Nairobi. Managing Director, Primecare health services (Nairobi City and Ongata Rongai) Director, Flame Pharmacy (1992) Ltd. Member, Kenya Obsterics & Gynaecological Society. Member, Kenya Society for Endoscopic Specialties. Member, Kenya Medical Association. Member, Karen Country Club. Member, Kiambu Golf Club. Chairman, Board of Governors, St. Annes Girls High School, Lioki. Married with 3 Children.

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Maasai Mara
Two days Day 1-Maasai Mara
A 45 minute scheduled service by light aircraft to Maasai Mara Game Reserve. Game drive on arrival with lunch at a safari lodge. Another game viewing drive in the afternoon in the reserve that borders the Serengeti Park in Tanzania.
Dinner and overnight at a safari lodge. Day 2- Nairobi
Early morning game viewing followed by breakfast at the lodge and return to Nairobi, arriving before lunch. Afternoon departure from Nairobi will have a late afternoon game drive on arrival with morning and afternoon game drives on day 2. Return to Nairobi in the early evening.

Entry Points

KENYA: Nairobi
Jomo Kenyatta international Airport is the main international entry point  into Kenya via International flights.  It’s approximately half-an-hour’s drive from Nairobi city centre. There are numerous flights into Nairobi from all over the world by major international Airlines Such as: British Airways, KLM, Swiss Air, Sabena, South African Airways, Kenya Airways, Ethiopian Airline, Emirate, Gula Air amongst others. Please check up with your local travel Agent for the most convenient connection and favourable fares to Nairobi. Mombasa
The Moi International Airport on the Kenya coast is approximately 10 minutes from the city centre, although most of the tourist hotels are situated to the north and south coastal regions. Allow an extra half-an-hour to your journey to the south coast because of the Likoni ferry crossing. It’s also used by most International flights and private charters. There are convenient connections from Nairobi provided by local/regional carriers for clients arriving in Nairobi and wish to visit Mombasa after a wildlife safari on Kenyan  mainland Parks or just for a beach holiday. TANZANIA: arusha:
Kilimanjaro International Airport in Arusha, located approximately 45 minutes drive from Arusha is the main entry point for visitors specially visiting the Touristic Northern Tanzania. There are limited International flights into Kilimanjaro Airport. Presently, KLM is offering daily connection from Europe. It’s important to note that travelers visiting Northern Tanzania Parks can conveniently arrive via Nairobi and either take a road transfer via Namanga border point to Arusha or take a local scheduled flight from Nairobi to Arusha, This connection to Arusha is more effectively done if clients arrive Nairobi by an early morning flight! dar es salaam:
The Dar es Salaam International Airport, located in Tanzania Coastal town of Dar es Salaam is another major entry point into Tanzania. Unlike Kilimanjaro, there are several international Airlines arriving & departing from Dar Airport such as KLM, British Airways, South African Airways, Kenya Airways amongst others. Please check up with your local travel Agent for the most convenient connection and favourable fares to Dar es salaam. zanzibar:
Zanzíbar Airport located in Zanzíbar, off the Dar es Salaam Coast is conveniently  served and connected with mainlands of Tanzania and Kenya. Travellers are able to connect to the Island for a Beach stay after safari from Nairobi, Arusha & Dar es salaam with numerours options of local and regional flights available.

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SAFARI 1

Nbo/lewa downs/ol malo/rekero or olseki/nbo
11 days/10nights Day 1
Arrive JKIA
Met and transferred to Ngong house or giraffe manor
Ngong house or giraffe manor Day 2-4
Transfer by Ngong house or giraffe manor to Wilson airport
Schedule flight to Lewa downs
Arrive at the airstrip, met and transferred
Lewa wilderness
Conservancy fee Day 5-7
Tropic schedule flight to Ol Malo
Ol Malo
Conservancy fee Day 8-10
Transfer to the airstrip
Tropic air schedule flight to Masai Mara
Arrive at the airstrip, met and transferred
Rekero or Olseki
Mara park fee Day 11
Transfer to the airstrip
Schedule flight to Wilson airport
Arrive at the airport, met and transferred
By Ngong house or giraffe manor
Dayroom at Ngong house or giraffe manor
Evening transfer to JKIA

Essentials

CLIMATE
If there is a perfect climate in the world, surely it is in East Africa. Although it can be hot and sticky by the sea, inland the air is dry and even at midday, the temperatures are equitable. Due to the proximity to the equator, sunrise occurs daily between 06.00hrs and 06.30hrs while sunset takes place 12 hours later. It can get quite chilly in the early morning and evening hence visitors should pack a sweater. Each time of year has its special attractions. There are two main rainy seasons - usually mid-April to the end of May and November to mid-December. Even during the rains, the weather can be pleasant with rain occurring in the early morning and late in the afternoon or evening. VISA AND HEALTH REGULATIONS
Visitors must be in possession of valid visa and health documentation on arrival. The regulations vary dependent on nationality and country of origin and should be checked with the nearest tourist office or diplomatic mission. Inoculation centres in the country of origin will provide updated information and advice on health regulations and recommendations (Yellow fever certificate are not mandatory for Travel into Tanzania or Kenya unless a visitor is coming from an area where this is endemic. Anti-malaria medication is however recommended for a visit to either country. Please consult your doctor for this. CUSTOMS AND EXIT REGULATIONS
Personal effects, film and cameras may be imported temporarily free of duty. However professional video equipment, tape recorders, radios, musical instruments and souvenirs from other countries may require a customs bond to ensure re-exportation. Firearms need a special permit which must be obtained in advance. Baggage is normally inspected by customs officials on arrival and departure.
Please strictly adhere to baggage limitations as advised by the airline as excess baggage charges can be quite expensive. AIRPORT DEPARTURE TAX
International Airport departure tax equivalent to US$. 30 per person is payable on departure from Tanzania whilst the one for Kenya (US$ 20) which is normally included on the ticket. Zanzibar departure tax is US$ 25 per person, payable direct. A local airport service charge is also payable on departure for domestic. As this varies from country to country, please check with us on the prevailing amounts payable prior to your flight departure. CURRENCY
There is no restriction to the amount of foreign currency a visitor may import provided that it is exchanged through authorized dealers only. Well known credit cards are widely accepted in Kenya, but to a lesser extent in Tanzania. U.S. dollars and travellers cheques are the most widely accepted form of payment. It is a legal offence to deface local currency.
Banking hours
Banks in Nairobi and other large towns open from 9am-3pm Monday to Friday and 9am-11am on the first and last Saturday of each month.
24 hours access to your account can be facilitated by the 70 ATMs countrywide. Barclays Bank has over 40 `Barclaycash` ATMs located within the cities of Nairobi and Mombasa; and other major towns.
Banks in Mombasa and the coastal areas open and close half an hour earlier. Some banks at the international airports open round the clock every day as do the new foreign exchage bureaux. SECURITY
Normal precautions as in any other destination worldwide should be taken. Keep a close watch on handbags, wallets and cameras when walking in crowded places and avoid walking at night (take a taxi). Place all valuables in safety deposit boxes at hotels and lodges and only carry small amounts of cash. Wear as little jewelry as possible, if any, and never leave valuables on show in an unattended car or tour bus. Taking photographs at airports, near military installations, of policemen, the President, the national flag, the State House, state lodges, soldiers, prisons and prisoners etc., is prohibited. Before photographing local people, permission should be obtained and a fixed price agreed. Seek the assistance of your driver/guide in this matter. HOTEL CHECK-IN/CHECK-OUT
The standard check-out time is 10.00hrs hence rooms may not normally be ready for occupancy until 12.00hrs. Should an early arrival be anticipated, please reserve rooms from the preceding night. Day rooms up to 18.00hrs are usually available.
Hotel extras bill payment
Most hotels expect visitors to pay in convertible foreign currency, such as US dollars. However, in some establishments, visitors may have the option to pay in Kenya shillings in Kenya & Tanzania Shilling in Tanzania or credit card if this method is preferred. DRIVING
Driving is on the left for all countries. CLOTHING
Safari clothing should be casual and comfortable. Cotton slacks and shirts, with skirts and culottes for ladies and a light sweater or jacket, during the day. Evening wear in game lodges and safari camps can be very casual. In the more sophisticated clubs and hotels gentlemen will be required to wear a jacket and possibly a tie, while ladies should dress rather more formally. At high altitudes, where early mornings and evenings can be very chilly, warm sweaters, socks and comfortable shoes are recommended. Pack suntan lotion, swimwear (to be reserved for the beach and pool only), a small first aid kit, a flashlight and an alarm clock. Local customs and modesty should be respected. LAUNDRY
Most hotels, game lodges and safari camps offer a 24-hour inexpensive laundry service. TELEPHONE SERVICES
Telkom Kenya provides advanced telecommunication services that include voice data, internet, and multimedia, whilst cellular mobile services are provided by safaricom and kencell communications.
Faxes, telexes and emails can be sent from your hotel via the operator. international calls can sometimes be dialed direct or operator assisted by dialing 0195 or 0916. Telkom Kenya also run a few international public assisted call offices in selected areas in major towns.
Public payphones are fully automated. Simply pick up the handset and follow the digitalized prompts on the screen to make your call. Card and coin phones are available. Phone cards of different denominations may be bought from post offices or international call offices in major towns. You can also make use of hotel phones but the charges are usually 100% more. Local dialed calls cost a minimum of ksh 4, so have plenty of charge.
PUBLIC HOLIDAYS   Jan 1 New year’s Day May 1 Labour Day June 1 Madaraka {self rule} Day Oct 10 Moi Day Oct 20 Kenyetta Day December 12 Uhuru/Jamuhuri Day
{Independence/Republic} December 25 Christmas Day December 26 Boxing Day     For public holidays falling on a Sunday ,the following Monday is observed as the official holiday   Moveable dates:
Good Friday, Easter Monday, Idd-ul- Ftr   ELECTRICITY
Voltage in East Africa is 240volts/50 cycles AC, British standard generally through three-pin square plugs. Some lodges and camps have power only in the early mornings and evenings and, in some, video charging facilities are centralized. LUGGAGE
We strongly recommend that luggage is limited to one piece per person. A small overnight bag is essential. All city hotels provide secure storage for left luggage. On all itineraries where journeys by light aircraft are involved, the baggage allowance is 15kgs per person. At Treetops and The Ark only one small overnight bag per person is permitted, secure storage is provided at the Outspan Hotel and Aberdare Country Club. The company accepts no liability for loss of or damage to luggage whilst on safari and clients are strongly recommended to effect personal luggage insurance before leaving home. PHOTOGRAPHY
There is no shortage of the more usual film throughout Kenya, however it is expensive and visitors are advised to bring plentiful of supplies, especially where specialist film is concerned. As a general guide, double the amount of film normally needed in other areas. In Tanzania films may not be available. For wildlife photography a 35mm single reflex camera, with telephoto lens of 200mm to 300mm is recommended. Larger lenses which require a tripod, or double reflex cameras are generally impractical. An ultra violet filter, waterproof dust cover and spare batteries are essential. A pair of good quality binoculars for each person will be a great asset. EAST AFRICAN WILDLIFE SOCIETY
For a small sum, we can enroll your clients as members of this society. They will receive an annual subscription of Swara, the Society's monthly magazine together with an attractive pin and membership certificate. The Society can also arrange a film show on wildlife conservation at most Nairobi Hotels.   QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE     KENYA TANZANIA Bank Hours 9.00-15.00hrs, Mon - Fri 8.30-15.00hrs, Mon - Fri Currency Kenya Shillings(Shs) Tanzania Shillings(Shs) Major Credit Cards Amex, Mastercard, Visa Cash or Travellers Cheque Travellers Cheques Most denominations accepted U.S. dollars and pound sterling accepted Tipping 10% at restaurants, $.5 to $1 for porters 10% at restaurants Time Difference GMT 3hrs GMT 3hrs Shopping 9.00-17.30hrs Mon to Sat 8.30-17.00hrs Mon to Sat What to Buy Tea, coffee, Sarongs, carvings Carvings, local goods, spices Population Kenya 30million Nairobi 2.5 million Tanzania 24million Dar es Salaam 1.4 million

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SAFARI 2

Nbo/Odw or Ol Kanjau/Borana/Nbo
8 days/7nights Day 1
Arrive Jkia
Met and transferred to House of Waine
House of Waine Day 2-4
Transfer to Wilson airport
Schedule flight to either Chyulus or Amboseli (rtn)
Arrive at the airstrip, met and transferred
Odw or Ol Kanjau
Conservancy fee Day 5-7
Transfer to the airstrip
Schedule flight to Wilson airport
Arrive at the airport, connect
Onwards schedule flight to Lewa downs (rtn)
Arrive at the airstrip, met and transferred
Borana
Conservancy fee
(a daytrip to Lewa wildlife conservancy) Day 8
Transfer to lewa downs airstrip
Schedule flight to Wilson airport
Arrive at the airport, driver/vehicle at disposal for half day
Dayroom at House of Waine with lunch/dinner
Evening transfer to JKIA

Medical

The Flying Doctors' Society Of Africa
We would strongly recommend that clients take out a temporary tourist membership of this Society, if not covered already by their international insurance. In case of serious illness or injury, the Flying Doctors' Society will provide emergency treatment and air transportation to the nearest hospital. Please note that enrollment does not include the cost of medical expenses incurred. Medical Advice
As Kenya and Tanzania enjoy a healthy, invigorating climate, visitors need feel no concern for their general health during their stay. However, malaria is endemic in certain areas and anti-malaria medication should be taken according to prescription recommendations. Visitors requiring special medication should pack sufficient supplies in their hand luggage. Chemist shops are well stocked, but the same generic medication may not be readily available. Tap water should be avoided for quenching thirst generally – bottled mineral/treated water is available in bottles for purchase throughout. On safari, rooms are provided with flasks of filtered and purified water.

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Few people head into the wilds of Africa without the assistance of an experienced tour operator, given Kenya's magnificent coast, endlessly fascinating interior and vast array of tour operations, the problem is sorting out which package to take. Aside from the questions of how much time and money one will spend, its also important to consider personal style. Do you like roughing it, or can’t you get along without a hot shower? Is your idea of a base camp a cluster of pup tents in a clearing, or a four poster bed under tastefully draped mosquito netting?
There are three basic types of Safaris: Lodge Safaris, in which you are based in a resort-like lodge and venture out daily for game viewing. Tented Safaris in which you sleep under canvas in a secluded campsite. Private ranches, farms, beach houses, each offer you another unique adventure, there are no schedules, no crowds, and no hurry. The choices are always yours.
You share the wonders, the wild life, and the restlessness that is Africa, stories told around fires set under ink black starry skies remind you that the Africa described by E. Hemingway, Karen Blixen, and Beryl Markhaw, still exists. Nature link will offer you a safari enriched with old time hospitality for those who have chosen the Wildness areas of Kenya for their home. Truly Africa – Stunning Landscapes, Fascinating Cultures & Abundant wildlife.

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All prices are to be in US$ unless where otherwise advised Local & regional flights between Parks and cities are provided on small aircrafts in both Kenya and Tanzania with a maximum baggage allowance of 15Kg per person (preferably in soft bags not hard cases). Excess baggage is charged at the prevailing freight rate and its strictly subject to space availability. On some sectors with multiple airstrips in one Park/Reserve or along the same route, same aircraft is utilised to drop clients to other Lodges/Camps en-route. Similarly, on return leg the aircraft does pick clients from the other Lodges/Camps en-route. Although the standard schedule timing is strictly observed, the flight can be re-routed to start dropping at other airstrips dependant on where most clients on that flight are destined. This is however at the discretion of the carrier airline and clients are briefed prior to take off. Transportation: transfers in the cities and for road safaris is provided for in a custom built 07-seater safari minibuses (07 window seats). The vehicles have pop-up roof hatches for enhanced game viewing and photography. In all the programmes where the game drives & air strip transfers are provided for by a Lodge/Camp, this service is undertaken on a non-exclusive (per seat-in-car) basis, usually in a 4x4 vehicle with services of an English speaking driver/guide. Hotels, Lodges and Tented Camps only guarantee use of rooms after 12.00 hours (pm) on the day of arrival. Prior to this time, room occupancy is subject to availability. Use of room is limited up to 10.00 hrs (am) in all Hotels, Lodges and Tented Camps, unless prior arrangements are made with the reception for a day room or for an extension of check-out timings. At the Treetops Lodge, the bathroom and toilet facilities are communal, for use by guests accommodated in the standard rooms. The standard rooms in the lodge do not have double beds. The Treetops Lodge has 02 suites (one of which has a double bed) with en suite bathrooms and toilets. A professional Multi-lingual tour escort can be provided on request for safaris. However, this will be at a supplement cost of US$ 100 per day, in addition to cost of his/her accommodation in a single room and scheduled flights where applicable as per the clients program. The following services are not usually included on the safari prices: visas fees, airport taxes for international departures, gratuities and tips, laundry, drinks-unless those and where advised per itinerary (apart from treated drinking water available in some rooms) and any other item not specified in the itinerary. The standard child policy in properties in East Africa is that: children aged 02 to 12 years pays 50% of adult rates in accommodation & park entrance fees when sharing a room with 02 full paying adults (i.e in 3rd bed). Should the child under 12 years share own room or with 01 adult, full adult rate will apply for accommodation, nevertheless, the under 12 years still get a child discount on park entrance fees. When an itinerary includes a night in Nairobi, this can be taken either on the first day or on the last day, whichever is more fitted to the clients’ flight schedules. Over the Festive seasons (Easter, Christmas/New year), Hotels/Lodges do charge supplements. The actual dates & supplement however do vary per property. Usually Christmas & New Year Supplements are applicable from Dec 16th to January 8th . of the preceding year. Easter Supplements are also applicable over the Easter weekend (April 14th to 17th), these supplements are to be advised upon quotation / booking request. The timings for game viewing drives in the various National Parks, Reserves & Ranches are dependant on the hours of light, and are designed to be as enjoyable as possible. The number of game drives in a night stop is specified as per the itinerary. The standard times for game drives are as follows: Dawn game drive: between 0630 hrs – 0830 hrs. Morning game drive: Between 0730 hrs – 0930 hrs and a late afternoon game viewing drive: between 1600 hrs to 1800 hrs. Some Lodges/camps may provide a mid-morning game drive: between 1000 hrs to 1200 hrs or an alternative of applicable local activities, these are indicated on the itineraries where applicable. Provisions for “short game drive en-route” are offered when there is no sufficient time to do a full game viewing drive as defined above. This can be either due to a early departure requirement or late arrival owing to a long drive to the next night stop or from last night stop respectively. In Aberdares & Mount Kenya National Parks, game viewing is normally done from the Tree Lodges precincts, where animals are seen at the adjacent water holes. Salient game drives can be arranged in Aberdares on clients request and at an additional cost. Standard Terms and Conditions of services as per our (Top Notch Luxury Travel Ltd) contract shall apply and are available in a separate page on this site or on request.

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Nature Link was created to provide clients with a true African experience rather than the typical manufactured tourist attraction. With over 20 years of experience in the tourism and travel industry, Nature Link’s staff can provide you with access to the best places and share with you some of the last remaining territories of natural beauty on the continent. Nature Link’s foremost guide and consultant is Paul Mundati, a certified bush guide who has spent the last 20 years living and working in the African bush. Paul was part of the pioneering program which worked to establish private homes and ranches as destination sites and places of accommodation for tourists. This unique experience allows visitors true insight into what it’s like to live in and among the nature and wildlife of East Africa. Paul is an expert in providing one-of-a-kind tours and tailor-made safaris for VIPs, celebrities, and anyone else looking for an authentic African experience. Having spent his entire life on the continent, Paul knows nearly every detail of where to go, what to do, and what to see, and he will work with you to create your ultimate dream trip. On your Nature Link safari, you will view flora and fauna, wildlife, birdlife and the African plains either on foot, on horseback, by camel or in four-wheel drive open-air vehicles. You can also enjoy hikes, mountain climbs or nature walks with experienced guides. As a native Kenyan, Paul has spent several years living and working with native tribes. His experience and knowledge will take you to places where you can see life as it has been for thousands of years as you visit with local tribes who still maintain their traditional lifestyles. If you are looking for authenticity and true African culture, let Paul and Nature Link be your guide In addition to guided safaris, Nature Link also offers the following services: Meet, greet and assist at the airport VIP personalized services, including scheduling of chartered flights Airport transfers Golf safaris Road transfers to private ranches, private bush camps, national parks and lodges Accommodation, sightseeing and excursions in Nairobi Daytrips to surrounding areas Wedding ceremonies in the bush, including participation of local tribes The staff at Nature Link is experienced in designing safaris to meet a client’s dreams and desires. We are experts in providing an authentic African experience for the novice and the veteran traveler. Take a look at our Destinations Guide and contact us so that we can begin to create your true African experience.

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A PLUS FOR OUR CLIENTS: All clients traveling with us accumulate safari points which are redeemable by discounting on your next travel invoice with us. Travel Trade Practitioners (Travel Agents) also do redeem the accumulated safari points which are off set against a future booking invoice. The safari points are calculated in an easy and transparent system, tracked by our internal finance department, through invoice reference serials. Each US$ 1,000 worth of our inbound ground safari services is equivalent to 01 safari point. A Safari Point is in turn worth US$ 10* * Denotes, the already redeemed safari points are not cumulative again or valid into your new safari or clients (for Travel Agents). Safari points can only be redeemed either by a direct client or a Travel Agent but not by both simultaneously (direct traveler & Travel Agent)

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Nuts are great tasting and loaded with proteins, vitamins (vitamins E, B2, B3), minerals (magnesium, manganese, selenium, copper) and healthy oils. In addition, we’ll add sweeteners from dates (or raisins) and raw honey. Sugar is sugar (we know) but it’s much better off in its raw form than highly processed. These bars are packed with energy and are good for after a workout or a physically demanding activity. This is a simplified recipe adapted from against all grains Ingredients: 1 teaspoon vanilla extract (not the artificial kind) 4 tablespoons raw honey 1/2 cup natural unsweetened peanut butter (or almond butter) 2 tablespoons coconut oil 2 cups of assorted nuts (hazelnut, almond, walnut, brazilnut, cashewnut, macadamia) – just go nuts! 5 dates (or 10 raisins) 1 cup shredded coconut, unsweetened 2 – 3 table spoons cocoa Procedure Put all the assorted nuts into a food processor and pulse until you have a coarse texture, much like sand. From here, just mix everything up in a large bowl until all ingredients are well incorporated. You should have a gummy mixture. Pack it into a ball shape and place it on a grease-proof paper. Pat it down and shape it into a rectangular block about ½ an inch high. Some good pressure is needed. Fold the grease proof paper neatly over the block to cover it like you would a gift wrapping. Keep in the freezer for about 3 hours. Remove the grease-proof paper and slice into long rectangular shapes Store in the fridge in a zip-lock bag and eat after your workout or during a hike.

The Company

Electro Serve Limited is a private limited liability company which was incorporated in the year 2006. The registration of the company was motivated by the rapid advances in the electrical sector in the country and Africa at large. Electro Serve is therefore with the understanding committed to support organizations and individuals improve their safety, efficiency and promote growth in all their endeavors. The mission of the company is to offer quality leadership and innovative solutions in electrical engineering services and general supply of electrical equipment. The main office of the company is located at Daisy House, Murang'a Road in Nairobi while its Workshop is at Athi House, Athi River.

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The MSH Kenya strengthening Public Laboratory systems (SPHLS) project is working with the Kenya Ministries of Health to build capacity of the medical laboratory systems in the country. The purpose of the activity is to support the MOH to obtain information on laboratory services for use in laboratory system wide planning and decision making by policy making institutions & departments.The data was collected for MSH through support from US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to provide support to the MOH’s Laboratory sub- sector.The GPS technology was used to map medical laboratories in Kajiado and Nairobi counties and anchor the information in a user friendly data base or for integration into the MOH e-health list web site

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Our work is to take you through an intense tour of the varied safari attractions in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, including a relaxing visit at their historical Coastal towns of Mombasa, Dar es Salaam & Zanzibar, located along the coast of the blue green Indian Ocean with white sandy beaches and bustling songs of the birds

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Electro Serve Limited
P.O. Box 372 - 00204
Athi River, Kenya.
Mobile: 0720 313 505 , 0737 135 396
Email: info@electroserve.co.ke
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Our Mission Our mission is to provide optimum client satisfaction through a thorough client liaison strategy. We boasts of a wide range of projects initiated and completed successfully in Kenya and our participation in the international competitions as well. The firm operates within the provision of the various statutory regulations and in accordance with the provisions of the Law of Kenya and International Standards. Our Vision Our biggest dream lies in being outstanding environment sensitive architects capable of creating an all-round sustainable built environment through integration of the natural environment into the built environment to produce energy efficient and environment sensitive designs. We also aim at working with reputable local or international clients that will allow us to express our noble ideas and prosper in the field as well as giving room for sustainable architectural inventions and innovations through research for the mutual economic and social development. Our Core Values Our commitment to continous professional development At Arch-link we are acquainted of the need for continuous professional development. Our directors and staff have attended in-house training courses organized by professional associations so as to equip our self with the most recent softwares and skills which will make us deliver our services professionally. Staff Well-being Our responsibility to staff goes beyond remuneration. We have established a staff co-operative and Pension Scheme. Partnership with Universities We offer internship opportunities for university students who are in second or third year of the school period. This helps to bridge the gap between theory and practice and to enable the students to gain experience which help them to finish up the final years of the study.

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Electro Serve Limited delivers to hundreds of customers countrywide, every day. We are committed to supply every one of them with products, systems and services that meet the highest quality standards. Electro Serve Limited therefore markets a wide range of references, from "general" to specialized products. Electro Serve Limited has broadened its activities by entering new markets, extending its range of high added-value products and improving its customers service department.

Our Services

Arch-Link International wealth of expertise and experience in architecture services to give you solutions that combine creativity, functionality and cost. Outsourcing important architectural design services like building and structural design, exterior and interior 3d rendering, plans, elevations & sections, cost estimation and so on crafts good business intelligence.

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Vision and Mission

Vision To be a leader in provision of high quality and affordable products and services in electrical engineering in Kenya, Africa and beyond. Mission Our aim is to offer quality leadership and innovative solutions in electrical engineering services and general supply of electrical equipment.

The Villas

State of the art, 4 bed master en suite villa on ¼ acre Detached Servants quarter. Landscaped garden with mature trees Club house The eco-friendly villas in a gated community offer the best in aesthetics and functionality, providing a rich atmosphere with lots of amenities available. The Villas boast of exquisitely designed step down lounges, foyer, modern open plan kitchen and spacious bedrooms with beautiful views of Ngong hills and game reserve. The property has full grown acacia trees that lend a spectacular blend of serenity that makes it an ideal getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city.

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Technology

Technology is a tool that assists PEOPLE to complete their PROCESSES more efficiently. Whether it be computer systems, electrical appliances, tracking devices, etc., Electro Serve Limited is prepared to work with this component to finalize the total solution. The bottom-line is...PEOPLE need to understand and accept the organization’s PROCESS, while knowing how to use the TECHNOLOGY available. When there is a balance between people, process and technology, it is easier for organizations to obtain their business goals. Electro Serve Limited continually refines its process to ensure our clients’ supplies success through complete and engaging solutions.

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Digital Set Top Box

What is a Set-top Box? It’s a receiver that decodes or converts the digital signal to analogue to enable the channels to be displayed on your analogue TV set. This set-top box is connected to your TV set. The DTT set-top box (also referred to as a decoder or converter box) is however not the same as the existing satellite or terrestrial-based pay TV service decoders. Analogue television sets cannot display digital transmissions on their screens without being connected to such a set-top box converter. What does a Set-top Box do? A set top box, when connected to an analogue television set, converts digital signals thereby giving viewers ability to watch these programmes on their ordinary TV sets. Some set top boxes may also provide viewers with datacasting services and video, audio and data enhancements. Set top boxes capable of receiving and displaying a HDTV signal may not be available initially. Set top boxes can provide a picture output to either analogue or digital screen displays.

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Processes

Processes are two-fold: organizationwide and project-based. Electro Serve Limited will analyze the current procedures to ensure appropriate processes are established. These processes will enable the PEOPLE to effectively use the available technology.

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Signal Migration

Why all countries in the world must Migrate to DTT and when is the deadline?   The Regional Radio communication Conference (RRC) meeting of 2006, in a treaty, set 17th June 2015 as the deadline for all countries to migrate to digital terrestrial television (DTT) broadcasting. It is, therefore, a mandatory for countries. Digital broadcasting will result in more efficient use of the spectrum hence more valuable spectrum can be released and used for other services. The rest of the world is migrating to digital broadcasting and analogue broadcasting will not be protected from interference after 2015.   What is Digital Transition?   Digital transition is the migration from analogue broadcasting to digital broadcasting. Digital broadcasting is transmitted on radio frequencies through terrestrial space in the same way as standard analog television, with the primary difference being the use of multiplex transmitters to allow reception of multiple channels on a single frequency range (such as a UHF or VHF channel) known as sub channels. Analogue television therefore requires a large amount of bandwidth to transmit sound and picture. Digital signals on the other hand require much less bandwidth and can therefore carry more content and provide better quality pictures and sound.

People

Employees are organizations number one asset. By assessing current employees' competencies and/or their work environment, Electro Serve Limited will endeavor to have highly qualified professionals and technical assistants to propel the company to greater heights of success.

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Digital TV Advantages

Digital television is a far more efficient and flexible transmission system than the current analogue system. It allows broadcasters to offer viewers a range of new and different services. Digital television features can include:  - Better quality picture and sound information  - Much improved reception capability, including the elimination of ghosting and other transmission errors.  - Flexibility to simultaneously accommodate high definition and standard definition channels, mobile TV and digital audio.  - Improved security to prevent unauthorized persons from receiving services  - Electronic Program Guides (EPGs). A basic EPG can be used by viewers to navigate between channels, identify the currently screening programme and the next programmme ('now and next') on each channel. More sophisticated EPGs can be used to set reminders for program viewing, provide a short synopsis of the content of programs, identify programming in advance for several days, search for programs by genre, and provide access to some enhancements.  - Program enhancements on separate channels to the primary program, e.g., additional camera angles on a sports match, statistics about a player, or additional information about a segment in a lifestyle or magazine program.  - Broadcasters will be allowed to broadcast more than one channel when certain events, such as sporting matches, extend beyond time due to circumstances beyond the broadcasters' control, and overlap a regularly scheduled news program. This will allow viewers the option of continuing to watch the end of the event or the news bulletin.  - Interactive television services and data casting services, including selected Internet services, home shopping, computer games, etc will be provided by broadcasters and data casters.

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Management Team

Josphat Kimani - Manager Bsc. (App stats), Dip Electrical and Electronics, Dip networking,CCNA,licensed electrician class (C) Joseph N.Kimani -Technical Director Registered electrician class (B) with over 30 years experience in the electrical field. Eliud Maina -Director marketing BA(Marketing),Dip Marketing (MSK) 7 years experience in sales and marketing

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Power Generation

Eworld Technologies Ltd dabbles in the Renewable Energy sector. We aim to increase Africa's uptake of renewable energy and to ensure that all her people have access to inexpensive energy. Our mission is to see the potential of green energy harnessed throughout all of Africa and to drastically reduce our continent's carbon footprint. All the while enhancing our consumers’ contribution to the socio-economic development of the continent. Renewable energy technologies that we deal in include: * Solar water heating units * Home and Commercial Solar lighting systems * Solar and Windpower turnkey projects * Renewable Energy project financing

Core Values

Our Corporate Values provide the foundation for Electro Serve Limited Business Principles. Our values and principles also support us on our journey to corporate growth. At Electro Serve Limited, we're committed to achieving our mission. This requires great people who are bright, creative and energetic, and who share the following core values: Integrity: First and foremost, we are committed to integrity in all that we do, always, everywhere. Respect: We respect every individual – our employees, our consultants, and our clients. Professionalism: It is our duty to perform to the highest standards of professionalism in electrical engineering and electrical supplies. We are determined to deliver outstanding quality so that we unite with our clients and have long lasting relationships. Teamwork: It is the essence of our ability to succeed as a trusted vendor of training solutions to our clients. We continue to learn from our employees, consultants and strategic partners – sharing skills, resources, and experiences to help benefit our clients as well as ourselves. Commitment: We are committed to the success of our core business which is electrical engineering and electrical supplies. We draw strength from performance evaluations – striving to excel and improve in all aspect of business. Dedication: We are dedicated and have the willingness to take on big challenges and see them through.

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Products and Services

Electro Serve Limited is engaged in the distribution of electrical parts and installation equipments throughout the country. With a fully fitted workshop and fully qualified staff, the company provides a professional electrical engineering services to businesses. The services are designed to be cost effective, enabling clients to achieve their goals. The company also provides equipment, service, and technical support to various companies and organizations. The company offers bespoke services to all clients. The company provides its customers with the latest in a diversified range of products. Its Core products are electrical engineering and electrical supplies. The company provides products of numerous specifications & usage at very cost effective prices. OUR PRODUCTS AND SERVICES Electrical Installations Power Quality Measurement and Improvement Structured Cabling Installations Security and Surveillance Systems Telecommunication Systems Electronic Communications and Conference Systems Industrial Automation Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Supply of Equipment

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Company name:Arch-Link International Ltd.Address:Mirage, Westlands, Waiyaki Way.
P.O.Box 54515-00200,
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Architectural Drafting & Architectural Detailing Services

Your building plans are: Non-fading Archived Searchable Accessible to multiple users for constant changes and revisions during the building process We can work from paper (hand-drawn documents) or any file format such as .tif files or any other image files. We convert them to .dwg files using AutoCAD. We also handle raster to vector conversions and provide dimensioning services. Architectural Drafting and Detailing (CAD) Services We Concrete Reinforcement Detailing, Rebar Quantity Estimating and Detailed Placement Drawings. We use state of the art tools and technologies to provide our clients with best of class service. We offer drafting services in AutoCAD, ArchiCAD, Revit Architecture, Microstation, Chief Architect and Architectural Desktop. 1. Estimating and Detailing Services Quick & Accurate Estimation for Bid AutoCAD Drawings (rebar detailing and general arrangement drawings) PLT, PDF Files, Bar Lists (Bar Bending Schedules)
2. CAD Drafting and Conversion Services Architectural layout & landscaping CAD drawings Architectural floor plan CAD drawings Space plan CAD drawings Furniture CAD drawings Reflected ceiling plans/ CAD drawings Interior designing & planning / CAD drawings Sanitation & Piping plan/ CAD drawings Architectural Elevations and Sections CAD drawings Detailed Architectural working CAD drawings HVAC CAD drawings Structural CAD drawings Electrical CAD drawings Sewerage & drainage plans/ CAD drawings CAD Drafting Services We can create CAD drawings from any format, even paper. If you don't have your design on paper yet, all you need to do is give us your design specifications and measurements, and we will create the CAD drawings for you. Here's what we can do for you You give us the details and we will draft them into accurate working drawings We can draft different CAD renderings or views of your building We will follow the drafting standards of your particular location/state We will edit your drawings for you, all you need to do is send us the edited sketch information & we will make changes to the CAD drawing to match your sketch We work with any input/output format CAD Conversion Services: In addition to CAD drafting services, we have experience in CAD conversion services as well. Here's what we can do for you- Raster to vector Conversions in CAD and other vectorization services Dimensioning services Conversion of prints to CAD vector formats by scanning Architectural Drafting and Design Expertise Our knowledge and experience is vast; with numerous years of detailing experience. We have successfully helped many clients worldwide with the following: Commercial & Industrial Projects Educational Institutions (University Buildings) Cinema Theaters Parking Garages High-Rise & Low Rise Buildings What you get with our CAD Drafting and CAD Conversion Services Qualified architects perform CAD drafting and conversion, not just draftsmen. 98% accuracy Work with any format AI layering standards We can give u a dedicated/flexible team based on your requirements We will train our architects on the drafting standards of your particular location/state, according to your specifications and guidance. How does the process work? You inquire with us. We clarify the scope of work and send reference input and output files   through an FTP site We understand your requirements. We send you samples of similar work executed so you can be sure of our quality standards We evaluate your requirements and send you a time and cost work order You sign the work order. If your project is complex and requires a trial program, we will start working on it. We finalize the delivery model and start your project.

Civil Works

Andrew Griffin aims to provide creative, high quality and competitive solutions to all facets of the construction industry.We boast not only understanding of the traditional construction business in the field of building, construction and civil engineering. This involves the full spectrum of civil engineering from site acquisition, design, construction and regular building maintenance.We are also involved in office renovation works. This includes design/development and installation of a wide range of partition systems. We specialize in innovative office space solutions including sliding doors, aluminium, gypsum and M.D.F partitioning, conference room dividers and storage room enclosures.

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Alternative Energy

We also dabble in the Alternative Energy market majoring in Solar Hot Water systems and Inverter backup systems.SOLAR HOT WATERAt Andrew Griffin we supply and install high quality SHWS engineered to the special needs of Kenya. Our systems can comfortably handle Hard Water (with silica anti corrosion coating) and pressurized water.INVERTER BACKUP SYSTEMSDepending on your needs we can supply and install Inverter Power Backup systems. We specialize in Deep cycle/deep discharge maintenance free batteries that can provide power for 6, 8, 10 or more hours depending on your needs.

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Retail Space Planning & Design

Space Planning & Retail Space Design Outsourcing Arch-Link International is one of the world's leading providers of retail space planning and retail space design. We have a team of experienced store space planning designers who can provide you with a store space plan for your existing building or we can devise a retail space design for your new store according to your requirements. Throughout the course of the project, we will work closely with your team to understand your business requirements and your way of working. Choose Arch-Link International as your retail space interior design partner and we can assure you that you will not regret your decision. Outsource commercial retail space planning today! Arch-Link International's retail space planning and design services Store space planning services: We can provide you with macro space planning to help you improve your layout for optimum sales performance. Retail space design services: From the concept to wall colors to furniture to fascias, we can provide you with everything when it comes to retail space interior design. Commodity planning: We use supplied area scales to provide you with the best commodity planning services Consultancy services: Since we have been in the retail expansion planning field for a long time, we can give you advice on the best practices for retail design and retail space planning. Entire project management services: We have the ability to handle your entire retail space planning and design project as we can even source fixtures and shop fittings. Planograms: We can use micro space planning software applications to create planograms and link them to a CAD environment. Feasibility studies: If you are not sure whether your store requires a retail space plan or design, we can review your existing store and provide you with options for re-organization or extension. Retail space design and planning surveys: Our services also include surveys of fixtures, categories, fittings, commodities or buildings. Why outsource retail space design & retail space planning to Arch-Link International? Flexible services to suit your business requirements Experience, knowledge and skill in retail space planning and design Expertise in using the latest store space planning software Outsourcing can help you make huge savings on both time and cost Get in touch with us Simply fill in our contact us form with your details and we will call you within 24 hours. Based on a good understanding of your business objectives, we can provide you with a commercial retail space planning design that will meet all your requirements.

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3D Architectural Animation Services

3D Architectural Animation Services - 3D walkthroughs, walkarounds, flythroughs, flyovers Complex engineering concepts come alive in irresistible color, light and movement with Arch-Link's architectural animations created with advanced 3D software technology like AutoCAD, ArchiCAD, Maya, Maxon and 3DMax. The resulting walkthroughs or flythroughs take prospective customers and buyers on a virtual tour of the building complex that is being presented. These interactive multi-media presentations allow viewers to literally see the building taking shape, the exteriors down to intricate details such as building material, the environment, the landscaping, trees, roads and neighborhood; the interiors including lights and furniture. The building can be viewed from all perspectives, giving it a photo-realistic dimension. Product-specific information can be included in a walkthrough to make it an important communication and selling tool. Arch-Link's 3D Walkthroughs and Virtual Room Design Aspects of 3D Walkthroughs and Virtual Room Design include: 1. Building Interiors: 3D Rendering can portray color hues, light intensity, light reflection and the play of shadows, which reflect interior or exterior lighting. Exterior lighting takes natural lighting into account with variables such as window direction, seasons, diurnal variations and global latitude playing a role. Interior lighting includes light from each fixture, the self-illumination of objects in the room and reflection of light within the room. 2. Building Exteriors: 3D Walkthroughs usually start with depiction of the external fa ade of the building where the structure, architecture and building materials can be shown. 3. External Environment: 3D Architectural animation especially in the case of 3D Flythroughs will include exterior features such as landscaping, trees, hedges, fences, and vehicles, roads and the neighborhood in general. Applications of 3D walkthroughs: 1. Residential Buildings: Applications of 3D architectural animation in Residential Buildings are: Individual Houses Apartment Complexes Farm Houses / villas Development Projects 2. Commercial Applications: The scopes of 3D walkthroughs / flythrough include: Offices Company Buildings Institutions-Educational / Governmental / Private Hospitals / Medical Complexes Shopping Centers Hotels, Restaurants and Pubs With 3D architectural walkthroughs selective viewings of different aspects of the establishment are possible and lifts, escalators, and moving objects can be incorporated and shown in operational condition. An added feature of 3D architectural animation in the area of Commercial Applications is the incorporation of product specific information into the animation. Thus the 3D walkthrough is transformed into an impressive integrated multimedia presentation representing the Commercial Establishment. 3. Industrial Walkthroughs: Animated 3D Flythroughs enable comprehensive viewing of entire Industrial factories, plants and complexes. The incorporation of function specific processes that the plant handles can be integrated into the 3D presentation thus allowing focus to be on vital aspects of the industrial process. 4. 3D Virtual Art Galleries: Virtual art gallery walkthroughs could be a much more effective presentation than just a simple 2D catalogue. Relevant information such as artist's details can be incorporated into the 3D virtual room design. Customized showings for different markets and even different pricing provide flexibility and an enhanced consumer base that may be viewing the show from remote locations. 5. Other Major Industries: 3D walkthroughs can be used to depict the design and function of various large-scale industries such as: Bridges Dams Aircraft Ships Here the 3D animation would be the final process after extensive scientific structural analysis and design methodology. The 3D walkthrough and flythrough would provide a fitting visual presentation and accurately portray complex engineering concepts. Arch-Link International has Advanced 3D Software Technology: Our designers and engineers offer a full range of designs in 3D format, using the most current releases of AutoCAD, ArchiCAD, Maya, Maxon and 3DMax Software. However, if you want us to utilize your custom software package instead, we would be happy to do so if it would better benefit your project. We have Skill sets to support and facilitate your 3D architectural animation needs: Members of the team are graduate engineers with a vast amount of experience in the field of 3D animation and are extremely versatile in designing 3D Architectural Walkthroughs, 3D Flythroughs, Virtual Room Designs etc. Graphical artists, technical analysts and data entry operators support the engineers and have the skills to provide customized end-to-end software application solutions in the field of 3D animation. The overall cohesiveness and high talent level of our team make them work as a unit, allowing effective communication with your design team. We have the infrastructure to support and facilitate your needs: We are a company who understands the dynamics of outsourcing and have vast amount of expertise garnered over the last six years. We work in partnership with our customers to shorten the product lifecycle and build in quality and improved performance into your product right from the concept stage We are equipped with state of the art infrastructure and cutting edge technology including sufficient bandwidth, which is compatible with the requirements of outsourcing. Outsource your 3D Architectural Animation Offshore Services to Arch-Link International.

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Landscape Design & Drafting Services

Outsource Landscape Design & Drafting Services to Arch-Link International Arch-Link International can help you create powerful marketing and sales tools that show your project in its context, with landscape and interior design. The services we offer are: master planning, site planning and design, site analysis and evaluation, project management, cost estimation. Your concept takes off into the real world with our 2D Drafting of your design. We also convert 2D CAD landscape and interior designs into 3D models and 3D renderings, 3D sectional views and 3D photo-hybrid-fusion of the 3D model with a photograph of the site, from different points of view, to create a virtual panorama. We present it to you in QTVR file format (QuickTime Virtual Reality) to provide an interactive experience. Arch-Link International converts landscape and interior designs to digital formats such as DWG, DXF, DGN or other CAD formats. Our service methodology includes: 1. Preliminary Design Concepts from Arch-Link International: We have a collaborative approach to our work, working with you in an interactive process of communication and decision making that result in designs that suit your landscape and interior requirements. All this at competitive rates, while ensuring the highest levels of quality and competence. Some of the services that we specifically provide are: Master planning Site planning and design Site analysis and evaluation Project management Cost estimation 2. 2D Drafting and Detailing of Interior and Landscape Designs: Arch-Link International provides CAD services for 2D Drafting from preliminary design data and sketches, Pdf or tiff files of Design - Plan, elevations, sections and printed drawings. Inputs: Provided by submitting Interior and Landscape designs in the form of Design Concepts, Hand Sketches, Reference Samples, Scope of Work Instructions, CAD Standards. Outputs: Interior and Landscape designs are then converted to digital formats such as DWG, DXF, DGN or any other CAD formats. 3. 3D Modeling services: 3d modeling of Landscape, Building Exterior and Interior designs is the only way to view spaces virtually even before they are constructed. Perspective drawings are essential presentation material for providing concepts of development application. Realistic Models of Interior and Landscape designs transform abstract blue prints to life and depict color, depth and reality. Also forms, colors and designs can be varied resulting in a flexible approach to 3D visualization and rendering of design concepts. Interiors Design concepts can be measurement specific with regards to room dimensions and furniture size and location. Our 3D modeling services with respect to Interior and Landscape drafting include: Conversion of legacy 2D drawings to 3D solid modeling 3D Drafting from 2D CAD Formats 3D Design Modeling 3D Sectional Views 3D Photo-Hybrid- Fusion of 3D Model with Photograph of Site 4. 3D Rendering Rendering can be added to solid 3D Models of Interior and Landscape designs to show the effects of varied lighting conditions. This adds realism and provides a dynamic impact to the 3D model and shows the impact of sunlight / artificial light / shadows on the model. 5. QTVR Formats (Interactive Files) A Virtual panorama can be derived by fusing Interior and Landscape 3D Models of views from different points of view. This will create a seamless view that can be visualized interactively from a number of different perspectives. 6. 3D Walkthrough Animation Sequences Find out more about our Architectural Drafting Services. Arch-Link International has Advanced Software Technology: Our designers and engineers offer a full range of Interior and Landscape product designs in 2D format utilizing AutoCAD, ArchiCAD, ADT, Microstation and STAAD. For 3D formats, in addition to the above, we use SolidWorks, SolidEdge, Pro/E and other CAD software formats. Photoshop and similar software packages provide shade, textures and rendering to 3D Interior and Landscape design models. Our Expert Team: Our team of graphic artists and Interior and landscape designers has expertise in state-of-the-art software to deliver 3D models, animations and renderings that will provide the necessary dimensions and impact to your Landscape and Interior designs. Members of the team are graduate engineers with a vast amount of experience in the interior and exterior design and drafting processes. Graphical artists, technical analysts and data entry operators support the engineers and have the skills to provide accurate and realistic visual impact to the design process. The interior and exterior or landscape design output can be modified at any point in the process to suit your requirements. By outsourcing interior design drafting services to Arch-Link International, you can benefit from our technical expertise. Outsource your Interior Design Drafting Services now! We have the infrastructure to support and facilitate your needs: We are a company who understands the dynamics of outsourcing and have vast amount of expertise garnered over the last six years. We work in partnership with our customers to shorten the product lifecycle and build in quality and improved performance into your product right from the concept stage. Our CAD/CAE skills enable us to optimize design performance by efficient modeling and study of various Landscape and Interior designs. We are equipped with state of the art infrastructure and cutting edge technology including sufficient bandwidth. All these enable us to provide the best in landscape drafting services and interior design services. By outsourcing landscape drafting services and interior design drafting services to Arch-Link International, you can benefit from high-quality services at a cost-effective price. Outsource your Landscape Drafting Services and Interior Design Drafting Services to Arch-Link International. Just fill up our inquiry form and Arch-Link International's Client Engagement Team will get in touch with you in 24 hours.

Refurbishment & Maintenance

Andrew Griffin has also carved a niche in the facilities refurbishment and maintenance market. We are able to provide our customers with our maintenance services that remove the hassles of keeping a big in-house maintenance team. Refurbishment: Our expertise includes complete office refurbishment and renovations. We cover the whole spectrum of tiling, carpeting, aluminium partitioning, workstation building, electrical and AC installations etc. Our team is equipped to handle both simple and complex jobs. Maintenance: We are currently maintaining the facilities for Kenya Shell. The job involves routine maintenance of their Nairobi Head Office building.

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Outsource Building Information Modeling (BIM) Services to Arch-Link International Arch-Link International helps your firm improve intelligent production capabilities in order to reduce project cost, increase profitability, save time, and limit the potential for conflict between the disciplines. The Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a new tool used by the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry. BIM modeling allows you to create sophisticated, intelligent models that expand communication to all members of the project. Because a BIM operates on a digital database, a change made in one view is reflected throughout the entire drawing automatically. BIM's provide up-to-date and reliable information of the project design scope, cost information, and schedules. BIM covers geometry, spatial relationships, geographic information, quantities and properties of building components (for example manufacturers' details). BIM can be used to demonstrate the entire building lifecycle including the processes of construction and facility operation. Quantities and shared properties of materials can easily be extracted. Scopes of work can be isolated and defined. Systems, assemblies, and sequences are able to be shown in a relative scale with the entire facility or group of facilities. The interoperability requirements of construction documents include the drawings, procurement details, environmental conditions, submittal processes and other specifications for building quality. It is anticipated by proponents that BIM can be utilized to bridge the information loss associated with handing a project from design team, to construction team and to building owner/operator, by allowing each group to add to and reference back to all information they acquire during their period of contribution the BIM model. Arch-Link International can help you with our initiatives by utilizing BIM software such as ArchiCAD from GraphiSoft. Outsource Building Information Model services to Arch-Link International.

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B.ARCH (HONS) JKUAT (MAAK) (A), M. ARCH, MILAN TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY Position: Managing Director Profession: Design, Research and project Management Experience: 12 Years Post-Qualification Experience Years with Firm: 12 years Nationality: Kenyan Membership to Professional Bodies: Member of Architectural Association of Kenya (MAAK) (A)
Registered Architect with The Board of Registration of Architects and Quantity Surveyors - BORAQS Academic Qualifications: 2003 – 2004: M. Arch - International Development – Politecnico di Milano - Italy 1994 – 2003: Bachelor of Architecture - Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology Employment Record: Jan 2005 to date: Arch-Link International Ltd Sept 2003 to 2005: Inhouse Architects - Assistant Architect Mar 2003 to date: Lecturer - JKUAT 2001 – 2003: Mruttu Salman - Assistant Architect & Ass Architects

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Arch. Antony Kiplimo Mutai

B. ARCH (HONS) (MAAK) (A), M.ARCH. Phd. P.M Bowlin Green University - U.S.A. Position Partner Profession Design Experience 12 Years Post-Qualification Experience Years with Firm 12 years Nationality Kenyan Membership to Professional Bodies: 2002 Member of architectural Association of Kenya (MAAK) (A) 2003 Registered Architect with the Board of Registration of Architects and Quantity Surveyors - BORAQS Academic Qualifications: 2005 - 2010 Phd - Project Management - Bowlin Green University - Ohio -U.S.A. 2002 - 2004 M. Arch - Bowlin Green University- Ohio - U.S.A. 1994 - 1999 Bachelor of Architecture - Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology. Employment Record: Sept. 2002 to date Arch-Link International Ltd –Partner August 2003 to 2005 Lecturer – JKUAT

Welcome to Kisiwa Guesthouse Lodge

Kisiwa Guesthouse Lodge is a Samnel BVM holdings Investment located inside Ganjoni Estate Mombasa. A non-alcholic, non-smoking family bed & breakfast Guest House in a serene & quiet environment. If you are looking for a private guesthouse in Mombasa, we are your answer. As a guest of the Kisiwa Guesthouse Lodge, Mombasa, you'll have a great location from which to explore one of the most beautiful and ancient cities in the world! It's just a short walk from World Famous Tusks, Railway Station, Fort Jesus and Kilindini Harbour.Our Logo symbolizes the coastal people way of life. Majority were fishermen and far sea trackers who used dhows that depended on stars at night for navigation. Once you visit Mombasa city, the sea life expedition will form part of the spoils you will enjoy as a package and leisure.Kisiwa Guesthouse Lodge is dedicated to making your vacation in Mombasa City as comfortable, relaxing and pleasant as possible. Reserve your favorite room today for a memorable stay in "The Gateway to East Africa" 

Arch. David Nyaga

B.ARCH (HONS) UON, (MAAK) (A) Position: Operations Director Profession: Architecture and project Management Experience: 8 Years Post-Qualification Experience Years with Firm: 8 Years Nationality: Kenyan Membership to Professional Bodies: Member of Architectural Association of Kenya (MAAK) (A)
Registered Architect with The Board of Registration of Architects and Quantity Surveyors - BORAQS Academic Qualifications April 2000 – April 2006: Bachelor of Architecture - University of Nairobi Employment Record August 2010 to date: Arch-Link International Ltd. – Operations Director August 2008 to August 2010 Arch-Link International Ltd. – Architect July 2006 to July 2008 Arch-Link International Ltd. – Assistant Architect

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Ganjoni, Mombasa, Off Moi Avenue, Near CMC Motors, Mombasa
Tel: 020 – 263 1997, 0714, 949373
Email: info@kisiwaguesthouse.co.ke 500 meters from Mombasa City Tusks, 500 meters from Railway Station, 500 meters from the Port of Kilidini HEAD OFFICE Kimathi House, 2nd floor, Kimathi street,
opposite New Stanley Hotel Mobile: 0720 115524, 0728929635,
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L. Arch. Emmanuel M. Mochama

B.L.ARCH (HONS) (MAAK)(L.A) Position: Project Manager Profession: Design and Project Management Experience: 5 Year Post-Qualification Experience Years with Firm: 5 years Nationality: Kenyan Membership to Professional Bodies: Graduate Member,Architectural Association of Kenya Academic Qualifications 2005 to 2010: Bachelor in Landscape Architecture - JKUAT Employment Record June 2009 to date: Arch-Link International Ltd – Landscape Architect Sept 2008 to Dec 2008: Arch-link Consultants - Landscape Architect June 2007 to August 2007: City Park Commercial Plant Nursery May 2006 to July 2006: Karura Forest

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Electro Serve Limited is a private limited liability company which was incorporated in the year 2006. The registration of the company was motivated by the rapid advances in the electrical sector in the country and Africa at large. Electro Serve is therefore with the understanding..

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There is no better place to begin your Africa experience. Kenya is a land of extreme diversity and a host of God–given and natural tourist attractions –good warm climate through the year; abundance of wildlife; natural scenic landforms ranging from the beaches, plateaus, Mountains

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Welcome and enjoy Breakfast in Mombasa best served at B&B Kisiwa Lodge service Services price included: Delicious breakfasts with vegetarian options available. Comfortable lounge area. Beverages of every kind available 24 hours Mineral Water available 24 hours CCTV protection and a secure parking area DSTV in every room to ensure you don’t miss your favourite program Mini-bar fridges in every room that are stocked on request   Extra Services not included in the tariff: Launderette service (garments washing and drying with delivery within the day), Fax and e-mail service. Arrangements can be for special and excellent swahili cuisines. Shuttle bus/Taxi services Inside the B&B all areas are 100% non-smoking !
 

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Standard Room Low season (Jan-March) Single pax Single ( 1 pax) 2 pax Double bed only bed & breakfast 2 pax premier bed only Premier bed & breakfast premier bed only premier bed               Ksh.2,200 Ksh.2,500 Ksh.3,340 Ksh.2,900 Ksh.3,400 Ksh.3,540 ksh.4,900                 Mid season (April June August)         Ksh.2,800 Ksh.3,100 Ksh.4,300 ksh.3,500 ksh.4,000 ksh.5,200 ksh.5,800                 High season (Nov -1st Jan)         Ksh.3,600 Ksh.2,400 Ksh.3,900 Ksh.5,100 Ksh.5,700 Ksh.6,300 Ksh.6,900               Note: Long term up to 90 days rates are negotiable. Entry into any room by any guest is prohibited provided that the guest has fully paid the room's rate. Customers are not allowed to house an extra guest in their rooms. All Guests should meet friends at the Lounge.

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Mombasa is the second largest City in Kenya. Lying next to the Indian Ocean with a major Port and an International Airport. Its name derives from Manbasa, the Arabic name of a former Sultanate of Mvita, which had its capital here. The City also serves as the center of the coastal tourism industry. In modern times the City is the headquarters of Coast Province.  It has beautiful white sand beaches and has one of the biggest ports in Africa. Other famous attractions include 15th century Fort Jesus, Kipepeo butterfuly sanctuary, Marine park, Arabu sokoke tropical forest, Mamba village crodille farm, and is also within the driving range of Watamu Bay turtle sanctuary.

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Technology is a tool that assists PEOPLE to complete their PROCESSES more efficiently. Whether it be computer systems, electrical appliances, tracking devices, etc., Electro Serve Limited is prepared to work with this component to finalize the total solution. The bottom-line is...PEOPLE need to understand and accept the organization’s PROCESS, while knowing how to use the TECHNOLOGY available. When there is a balance between people, process and technology, it is easier for organizations to obtain their business goals. Electro Serve Limited continually refines its process to ensure our clients’ supplies success through complete and engaging solutions.

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In the past we have delivered 162 titles to our clients. We buy land in areas that have a lot of future potential. Our policy is BUY LAND FOR WHAT IT CAN BE AND NOT FOR WHAT IT IS. e current piece of land is near the East African City and Villagio, the upcoming state of the art residential township. We have a team of experts that does a lot of due diligence before we commit to any piece of land. We deliver titles of 30days. sale service to prospective investors who may want to dispose in future. Our prices are reasonable and we accept installments. Financing is available through selected and reliable banks

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Client name Particulars/details Kenya Commercial Bank Electrical facilities management and maintenance Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government (Nyayo House) Installation of Power Factor Bank Kengen Design and installation of a wireless (radio telemetry) water automation system at seven forks hydropower stations sub contracted by gear control and equipment. Knight Frank Electrical facilities maintenance Karura Community Chapel Electrical ,fire detection system ,structured cabling and intruder alarm installation in the new office and classroom block in Runda Zhuo Heng Building Electrical installations for 39 mansionettes at Sabaki, Athi River Kitongi Investments Ltd Electrical installations of 22 high end housing units at 102 south park estate in Athi river East African Portland Cement Co Ltd Testing and improvement of the entire factory earthing system at Athi river Noonkopir Secondary Multipurpose hall electrical installation
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Service contract for electrical maintenance of pump stations and Ministry of Lands Installation of Power Factor Bank Machakos County Government Electrical installation at Machakos Peoples Park Machakos County Government Electrical installation at the Ampitheater & Machawood Council of Legal Education Structured cabling installations

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Kenya Safaris, Tanzania Safaris Everything grows here!! it is said that if you lean your walking stick against an outside wall at night, it will be a tree in the morning!! That's East Africa, our safari domain. Consisting of the 03 countries: We operate custom made: Safaris in Kenya, Safaris in Tanzania & Safaris in Uganda. Located along the Equatorial climatic zone, the region enjoys an invigorating safari friendly climate all year round.

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Departures Daily Day 01:     NAIROBI –LAKE NAKURU –LAKE NAIVASHA: (Nairobi – Nakuru 170 km, 3 hrs, Nakuru – Naivasha 75km, 01hr) Arrival Nairobi at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, met by our Customer service officer and transfer to the City Centre. After safari briefing, At 09:00 hrs, commence safari to Lake Nakuru National Park in the great Rift valley, driving through the scenic escarpment with brief stop over at designated view points to marvel at the panoramic view of the great Rift Valley.  Arrive in Lake Nakuru National park in time for lunch at the Lodge.  Lake Nakuru National park is the home of millions of flamingoes, that dot the shores of the lake pinck. Its also the home to white rhino, the black rhino together with the Rothschild giraffe are some of the rare animal species that are quite common in this park, amongs other species, including Lions and leopards.  Afternoon game viewing and bird watching drive.
After which drive to the Lake Naivasha area.
Dinner and overnight LAKE NAIVASHA SOPA LODGE. Day 02: LAKE NAIVASHA  – MAASAI MARA: (Naivasha – Maasai Mara  245km, 04hrs) After breakfast at the Lodge, ane depart for the world famous Maasai Mara Nacional Reserve, considered as one of the World’s wonders The Maasai Mara extends all the way to the neighboring Serengeti reserve in Tanzania. Its famous for the Big five and the wildebeests migration which is an extra-ordinary phenomenon taking place yearly at around the same time. Lunch at the Lodge. Late afternoon game viewing drives.
Dinner and over night  MARA SOPA LODGE. Day 03: MAASAI MARA: Full day in the Maasai Mara National Reserve with a morning and late afternoon game viewing drives to explore the fluorishing  wildlife species that abound in this reserve. Optional full day game viewing drive with your picnic lunches.
Dinner and overnight MARA SOPA LODGE. Day 04: MAASAI MARA – NAIROBI & DEPARTURE: (Maasai Mara – Nairobi: 265 km, 05 hr) Breakfast at the Lodge / Camp, this morning embark on a return drive to Nairobi. On arrival, drop off at the City Hotel. Later  transfer to the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (03 hours prior to departure flight time).for your scheduled international departure flight .

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(ECONOMY IS WITHOUT VISITING LAKE NAKURU NATIONAL PARK)      
Departure days: Daily Day 01: NAIROBI: Arrival in Nairobi at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, met by our Customer service officer and transfer to a Nairobi hotel. Use of room is not guaranteed before noon.  Balance of the day at leisure for relaxation.
Evening transfer to the Carnivore Restaurant for dinner.
Overnight at the SOUTHERN SUN MAYFAIR HOTEL / SAROVA PANAFRIC HOTEL Day 02: NAIROBI – ABERDARES: (Nairobi– Aberdares 165 km, 02 hrs, 30 minutes) Breakfast at the Hotel. At 09:00 hrs, commence safari driving across the agricultural rich Central highlands, with pineaple, coffee and tea plantations to the Aberdares Country Club to arrive in time for lunch at the Club. Afternoon transfer to the Ark Lodge in the clubs shuttle bus. The Ark lodge is located in the heart of Aberdares National Park.  Afternoon and night game viewing from the Lodges precints as well as from the comfort of your lodge.
Dinner and overnight THE ARK LODGE. Day 03:  ABERDARES  - LAKE NAIVASHA: (Aberdares – Naivasha 230 km, 04 hrs) Breakfast at the Lodge, afterwhich, you will be transferred to the aberdares Country Club to rejoin your safari driver and proceed to the Lake Naivasha, with a brief stop over at the Nyahururu to catch a glimpse of the thompson falls, the highest water fall in Kenya. Arrive in Lake Naivasha Sopa Lodge in time for lunch at the Lodge.
Afternoon at leisure at the Lodge for relaxation or optional activities such as nature walks, boat ride  – cost of activities not included.
Dinner and overnight LAKE NAIVASHA SOPA LODGE. Day 04: LAKE NAIVASHA  – MAASAI MARA: (Nivasha – Maasai Mara 245 km, 04 hrs) After breakfast at the Lodge, ane depart for the world famous Maasai Mara Nacional Reserve, considered as one of the World’s wonders The Maasai Mara extends all the way to the neighboring Serengeti reserve in Tanzania. Its famous for the Big five and the wildebeests migration which is an extra-ordinary phenomenon taking place yearly at around the same time. Lunch at the Lodge. Late afternoon game viewing drives.
Dinner and over night  MARA SOPA LODGE. Day 05: MAASAI MARA: Full day in the Maasai Mara National Reserve with a morning and late afternoon game viewing drives to explore the fluorishing  wildlife species that abound in this reserve. Optional full day game viewing drive with your picnic lunches.
Dinner and overnight MARA SOPA LODGE. Day 06: MAASAI MARA – NAIROBI & DEPARTURE: (Maasai Mara – Nairobi:  265 km, 05 hrs) Breakfast at the Lodge / Camp, this morning embark on a return drive to Nairobi. On arrival, drop off at the City Hotel. Later  transfer to the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (03 hours prior to departure flight time).for your scheduled international departure flight .

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We buy land in areas that have a lot of future potential. Our policy is BUY LAND FOR WHAT IT CAN BE AND NOT FOR WHAT IT IS. e current piece of land is near the East African City and Villagio, the upcoming state of the art residential township. We have a team of experts that does a lot of due diligence before we commit to any piece of land. We deliver titles of 30days. sale service to prospective investors who may want to dispose in future. Our prices are reasonable and we accept installments. Financing is available through selected and reliable banks. In the past we have delivered 162 titles to our clients. HOW WE FINANCE YOUR LAND PURCHASE Place a 50% deposit and the balance once you get a title in your name. Our experience in the last few years is that, buy the plots now and if not ready to do anything right away leave it there with an aim of developing it or selling it. With land you will never go wrong. To realize huge capital gains experts say, buy a plot because of what it can be and not because of what it is.

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Departure days: Daily Day 01: NAIROBI: Arrival in Nairobi at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, met by our Customer service officer and transfer to a Nairobi hotel. Use of room is not guaranteed before noon.  Balance of the day at leisure for relaxation.
Evening transfer to the Carnivore Restaurant for dinner.
Overnight at the SOUTHERN SUN MAYFAIR HOTEL / SAROVA PANAFRIC HOTEL Day 02: NAIROBI – ABERDARES: (Nairobi– Aberdares 165 km, 02 hrs, 30 minutes) Breakfast at the Hotel. At 09:00 hrs, commence safari driving across the agricultural rich Central highlands, with pineaple, coffee and tea plantations to the Aberdares Country Club to arrive in time for lunch at the Club. Afternoon transfer to the Ark Lodge in the clubs shuttle bus. The Ark lodge is located in the heart of Aberdares National Park.  Afternoon and night game viewing from the Lodges precints as well as from the comfort of your lodge.
Dinner and overnight THE ARK LODGE.  Day 03: ABERDARES-LAKE NAKURU - LAKE NAIVASHA: (Aberdares–Nakuru:260 km, 03 hrs: Nak – Naiv 75 km, 01 hr) Breakfast at the Lodge, afterwhich, you will be transferred to the aberdares Country Club to rejoin your safari driver and proceed to the Lake Nakuru National Park in the great Rift valley, with a brief stop over at the Nyahururu to catch a glimpse of the thompson falls, the highest water fall in Kenya. Arrive in Lake Nakuru National park in time for lunch at the Lodge.  Lake Nakuru National park is the home of millions of flamingoes, that dot the shores of the lake pinck. Its also the home to white rhino, the black rhino together with the Rothschild giraffe are some of the rare animal species that are quite common in this park, amongs other species, including Lions and leopards.  Late afternoon game viewing and bird watching drive. After which drive to the Lake Naivasha area.
Dinner and overnight LAKE NAIVASHA SOPA LODGE. Day 04: LAKE NAIVASHA  – MAASAI MARA: (Naivasha– Maasai Mara 245 km, 04 hrs) After breakfast at the Lodge, ane depart for the world famous Maasai Mara Nacional Reserve, considered as one of the World’s wonders The Maasai Mara extends all the way to the neighboring Serengeti reserve in Tanzania. Its famous for the Big five and the wildebeests migration which is an extra-ordinary phenomenon taking place yearly at around the same time. Lunch at the Lodge. Late afternoon game viewing drives.
Dinner and over night  MARA SOPA LODGE. Day 05: MAASAI MARA: Full day in the Maasai Mara National Reserve with a morning and late afternoon game viewing drives to explore the fluorishing  wildlife species that abound in this reserve. Optional full day game viewing drive with your picnic lunches.
Dinner and overnight MARA SOPA LODGE. Day 06: MAASAI MARA – NAIROBI & DEPARTURE: (Maasai Mara – Nairobi: 265 km, 05 hrs) Breakfast at the Lodge / Camp, this morning embark on a return drive to Nairobi. On arrival, drop off at the City Hotel. Later  transfer to the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (03 hours prior to departure flight time).for your scheduled international departure flight .

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A) YOU ARE IN A CHAMA You dont need to put your money in a bank account where the return on investments is way below 5% p.a. Your savings will lose future purchasing power due to impact of inflation and fluctuations in exchange late. Buy such a plot which you expect to give you a return on investments of even 200% giventhat the East African City is 90% complete on the Tanzanian side and 50% on the Kenyan side. B) YOU ARE THINKING OF GETTING AN EDUCATION POLICY FOR YOUR CHILD If you get one where you have committed your money to the tune of shs 5,000 per month, you are better o if you take an unsecured loan and buy such a plot and commit the same amount to repaying the loan. At the end of ve years if you dispose the plot you will be having two times what the education policy will be giving you. In case of death the unsecured loan is also insured. C) YOU WANT TO PUT UP A HOME Buy two plots, wait for three to ve years for the plots to appreciate, then dispose one and put up your home with the proceeds. D) YOU GOT A BONUS May be last year you got a bonus and you cant gure out how you spent it, use this years bonus to buy a plot and you will forever remember how you spent your bonus, because it may turn up to be one of the best investments in your life. E) YOU HAVE MADE LOSSES IN THE STOCK MARKET May be you are tired of watching business news in the hope that the shares you bought will appreciate. It is time to take a hard decision, dispose them and invest in Land; you will pat our backs when we meet with you three years down the line. F) YOU JUST GOT AN UNSECURED LOAN AND ARE THINKING OF BUYING A CAR If you take a loan and buy a car you are spending 2morrows money today, but if you take a loan and buy land you are investing tomorrow's money today.

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In addition to Inverter Backup, the system can be upgraded to a Solar Lighting system with the addition of Solar Photo Voltaic (PV) Cells and A charge controller. The PV cells charge the batteries with energy produced by the sun thus no utility company bills (e.g. KPLC) will be charged on any item connected to the Solar Power Systems.
We also provide an option of intelligent charge controllers i.e. Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) controller which optimize the charging of the batteries even in less than ideal conditions.
On our clients request we can carry out a survey on the best configuration for a solar installation that will balance both the clients solar needs and the financial implications of the project.
We also install solar garden lights and street lights

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Daily Departure: Day 01: NAIROBI: Arrival in Nairobi at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, met by our Customer service officer and transfer to a Nairobi hotel. Use of room is not guaranteed before noon.  Balance of the day at leisure for relaxation.
Evening transfer to the Carnivore Restaurant for dinner.
Overnight at the SOUTHERN SUN MAYFAIR HOTEL / SAROVA PANAFRIC HOTEL Day 02: NAIROBI - SAMBURU: (Nairobi– Samburu 340 km, 05 hrs) Early breakfast at the Hotel, At 07:30 hrs, commence safari driving across the agricultural rich Central highlands, with pineaple, coffee and tea plantations to the semi-arid National Reserve of Samburu.  Lunch at the Lodge.  Late afternoon game viewing drive in this beautiful Reserves, and home to some very rare species of antílopes and other animals which are only resident in these Reserves.
Dinner and overnight at  SAMBURU SOPA LODGE. Day 03:    SAMBURU  – ABERDARES: (Samburu– Aberdares 185 km, 03 hrs) Early breakfast at the Lodge, brief morning game viewing drive en-route as you drive to the Aberdares Country Club to arrive in time for lunch at the Club. Afternoon transfer to the Ark Lodge in the clubs shuttle bus. The Ark lodge is located in the heart of Aberdares National Park.  Afternoon and night game viewing from the Lodges precints as well as from the comfort of your lodge.
Dinner and overnight THE ARK LODGE. Day 04: ABERDARES - LAKE NAKURU / LAKE NAIVASHA: ( Aberdares–Nakuru:260km, 3 hrs: Nak -Naiv 75 km, 01 hr) Breakfast at the Lodge, afterwhich, you will be transferred to the aberdares Country Club to rejoin your safari driver and proceed to the Lake Nakuru National Park in the great Rift valley, with a brief stop over at the Nyahururu to catch a glimpse of the thompson falls, the highest water fall in Kenya.
Arrive in Lake Nakuru National park in time for lunch at the Lodge.  Lake Nakuru National park is the home of millions of flamingoes, that dot the shores of the lake pinck. Its also the home to white rhino, the black rhino together with the Rothschild giraffe are some of the rare animal species that are quite common in this park, amongs other species, including Lions and leopards.  Late afternoon game viewing and bird watching drive.
After which drive to the Lake Naivasha area.
Dinner and overnight LAKE NAIVASHA SOPA LODGE. Day 05: LAKE NAIVASHA  – MAASAI MARA: (Naivasha– Maasai Mara 240 km, 04 hrs) After breakfast at the Lodge, ane depart for the world famous Maasai Mara Nacional Reserve, considered as one of the World’s wonders The Maasai Mara extends all the way to the neighboring Serengeti reserve in Tanzania. Its famous for the Big five and the wildebeests migration which is an extra-ordinary phenomenon taking place yearly at around the same time. Lunch at the Lodge. Late afternoon game viewing drives.
Dinner and over night  MARA SOPA LODGE. Day 06: MAASAI MARA: Full day in the Maasai Mara National Reserve with a morning and late afternoon game viewing drives to explore the fluorishing  wildlife species that abound in this reserve. Optional full day game viewing drive with your picnic lunches.
Dinner and overnight MARA SOPA LODGE. Day 07: MAASAI MARA – NAIROBI & DEPARTURE: (Maasai Mara – Nairobi: 265 km, 05  hrs) Breakfast at the Lodge / Camp, this morning embark on a return drive to Nairobi. On arrival, drop off at the City Hotel. Later  transfer to the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (03 hours prior to departure flight time).for your scheduled international departure flight .

Namanga City

With the upcoming East African city, Namanga will become one of the most economically viable cities in East and Central Africa. The upcoming American village, Villagio residential township located in the area will be one of the most modern residential areas in the country. Please visit the website for a tour of the village; http://www.villagio.co.ke It is one of the fastest growing towns in kenya and one of the seven administrative divisions of Kajiado county, part of the Rift Valley province in the southern part of Kenya. It has a private airfield called Orly Airpark, often mistakenly thought to be named after Orly Airport in Paris. The name Orly is actually short form of name of area where the airfield is based, Olooloitikosh. Some pilots and aviation schools prefer the airfield over Wilson Airport in Nairobi, due to lower costs. The mineral Gypsum is mined in this county. It has water supplied from Mt. Kilimanjaro, and from clean private boreholes. The road network within the area is well done and all
weather.

Madoadoa Safari

Daily Departure: Day 01: NAIROBI: Arrival in Nairobi at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, met by our Customer service officer and transfer to a Nairobi hotel. Use of room is not guaranteed before noon.  Balance of the day at leisure for relaxation.
Evening transfer to the Carnivore Restaurant for dinner.
Overnight at the SOUTHERN SUN MAYFAIR HOTEL / SAROVA PANAFRIC HOTEL Day 02: NAIROBI - SAMBURU: (Nairobi– Samburu 330 km, 05 hrs) Early breakfast at the Hotel, At 07:30 hrs, commence safari driving across the agricultural rich Central highlands, with pineaple, coffee and tea plantations to the semi-arid National Reserve of Samburu.  Lunch at the Lodge.  Late afternoon game viewing drive in this beautiful Reserves, and home to some very rare species of antílopes and other animals which are only resident in these Reserves.
Dinner and overnight at  SAMBURU SOPA LODGE. Day 03: SAMBURU: Full day in Samburu National Reserve with a morning and late afternoon game viewing drives in this reserve.
All meals  and overnight at  SAMBURU SOPA LODGE. Day 04:    SAMBURU  – ABERDARES: (Samburu- Aberdares 185 km, 03 hrs) Early breakfast at the Lodge, brief morning game viewing drive en-route as you drive to the Aberdares Country Club to arrive in time for lunch at the Club. Afternoon transfer to the Ark Lodge in the clubs shuttle bus. The Ark lodge is located in the heart of Aberdares National Park.  Afternoon and night game viewing from the Lodges precints as well as from the comfort of your lodge.
Dinner and overnight THE ARK LODGE. Day 05: ABERDARES - LAKE NAKURU / LAKE NAIVASHA:( Aberdares–Nakuru:260km, 3 hrs: Nak - Naiv 75 km, 01 hr) Breakfast at the Lodge, afterwhich, you will be transferred to the aberdares Country Club to rejoin your safari driver and proceed to the Lake Nakuru National Park in the great Rift valley, with a brief stop over at the Nyahururu to catch a glimpse of the thompson falls, the highest water fall in Kenya.
Arrive in Lake Nakuru National park in time for lunch at the Lodge.  Lake Nakuru National park is the home of millions of flamingoes, that dot the shores of the lake pinck. Its also the home to white rhino, the black rhino together with the Rothschild giraffe are some of the rare animal species that are quite common in this park, amongs other species, including Lions and leopards.  Late afternoon game viewing and bird watching drive.
After which drive to the Lake Naivasha area.
Dinner and overnight LAKE NAIVASHA SOPA LODGE. Day 06: LAKE NAIVASHA  – MAASAI MARA: ( Naivasha – Maasai Mara  245km, 04 hrs) After breakfast at the Lodge, ane depart for the world famous Maasai Mara Nacional Reserve, considered as one of the World’s wonders The Maasai Mara extends all the way to the neighboring Serengeti reserve in Tanzania. Its famous for the Big five and the wildebeests migration which is an extra-ordinary phenomenon taking place yearly at around the same time. Lunch at the Lodge. Late afternoon game viewing drives.
Dinner and over night  MARA SOPA LODGE. Day 07: MAASAI MARA: Full day in the Maasai Mara National Reserve with a morning and late afternoon game viewing drives to explore the fluorishing  wildlife species that abound in this reserve. Optional full day game viewing drive with your picnic lunches.
Dinner and overnight MARA SOPA LODGE. Day 08: MAASAI MARA – NAIROBI & DEPARTURE: : ( Maasai Mara - Nairobi: 265km, 05 hrs) Breakfast at the Lodge / Camp, this morning embark on a return drive to Nairobi. On arrival, drop off at the City Hotel. Later  transfer to the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (03 hours prior to departure flight time).for your scheduled international departure flight .

Safari Kilimanjaro

Deaparture days: Daily: Day 01:     NAIROBI: Arrival Nairobi at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, met by our Customer service officer and transfer to a Nairobi hotel. Use of room is not guaranteed before noon.  Balance of the day at leisure for relaxation.
19:00 hrs Transfer to the Carnivore Restaurant for a welcome Kenya dinner
Overnight at the SOUTHERN SUN MAYFAIR HOTEL / SAROVA PANAFRIC HOTEL Day 02: NAIROBI – AMBOSELI: ( Nairobi – Amboseli: 250km, 04 hrs) Breakfast  at the Hotel, at /by 08:00 hrs commence safari driving through the open plains past Namanga to the Amboseli National Park, the foot hills of  Mount. Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest Mountain at height of 5199 m above sea level.  Lunch at the Lodge. Afternoon game viewing drive.
Dinner and overnight at the  AMBOSELI SOPA LODGE. Day 03: AMBOSELI: Early breakfast at the Lodge. Morning and afternoon game viewing drives in the Amboseli National Park with majestic grandeur of snow capped Mount Kilimanjaro on the back ground, if a clear day.
Dinner and overnight at the AMBOSELI SOPA LODGE Day 04: AMBOSELI – NAIROBI – ABERDARES:(Amboseli –Nairobi: 250km, 4 hrs: Nairobi-Aberdares165km,2 hrs, 30 min) Breakfast at the Lodge, after which drive to Nairobi. Lunch at the Safari Park Hotel, café Kigwa Restaurant. This afternoon proceed to Mweiga on arrival transfer in Clubs vehicle to the the Ark Lodge in the heart of Aberdares National Park area. Night game viewing from the Lodges precints as well as from the comfort of your lodge.
Dinner and overnight THE ARK LODGE. Day 05: ABERDARES  - LAKE NAKURU / LAKE NAIVASHA:(Aberdares –Nakuru:260km,3 hrs:Nak - Naiv 75 km, 01 hr) Breakfast at the Lodge, afterwhich, you will be transferred to the aberdares Country Club to rejoin your safari driver and proceed to the Lake Nakuru National Park in the great Rift valley, with a brief stop over at the Nyahururu to catch a glimpse of the thompson falls, the highest water fall in Kenya. Arrive in Lake Nakuru National park in time for lunch at the Lodge.  Lake Nakuru National park is the home of millions of flamingoes, that dot the shores of the lake pinck. Its also the home to white rhino, the black rhino together with the Rothschild giraffe are some of the rare animal species that are quite common in this park, amongs other species, including Lions and leopards.  Late afternoon game viewing and bird watching drive. After which drive to the Lake Naivasha area.
Dinner and overnight LAKE NAIVASHA SOPA LODGE. Day 06: LAKE NAIVASHA  – MAASAI MARA: ( Naivasha – Maasai Mara: 245 km, 04 hrs) After breakfast at the Lodge, ane depart for the world famous Maasai Mara Nacional Reserve, considered as one of the World’s wonders The Maasai Mara extends all the way to the neighboring Serengeti reserve in Tanzania. Its famous for the Big five and the wildebeests migration which is an extra-ordinary phenomenon taking place yearly at around the same time. Lunch at the Lodge. Late afternoon game viewing drives.
Dinner and over night  MARA SOPA LODGE. Day 07: MAASAI MARA: Full day in the Maasai Mara National Reserve with a morning and late afternoon game viewing drives to explore the fluorishing  wildlife species that abound in this reserve. Optional full day game viewing drive with your picnic lunches.
Dinner and overnight MARA SOPA LODGE. Day 08: MAASAI MARA – NAIROBI & DEPARTURE: (Maasai Mara – Nairobi: 265km, 05 hrs) Breakfast at the Lodge / Camp, this morning embark on a return drive to Nairobi. On arrival, drop off at the City Hotel. Later  transfer to the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (03 hours prior to departure flight time).for your scheduled international departure flight .

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All references to "Client" shall mean the person, firm or company to be provided with Services by the Company and which are contracted for with the Company by the Organiser and shall include any person in any party accompanied or paid for by such person, firm or company and the personal representative of all such persons. 1. Reservations and Payments: A deposit of 50% of the total tour price is required at the time of firm booking of a tour. The remainder of the total quoted tour price is due 35 days before the commencement of the services. For Reservations made 35 days to commencement of the services, full payment is due upon confirmation of the services.  Payment is by swift telegraphic wire transfer into our bank account, details to be advised upon a firm booking. 2. Cancellation Reservations that are cancelled or reduced in length of stay, or numbers are subject to cancellation charges as set out hereunder: Cancellations received between 60 and 46 days prior to commencement of services shall be charged at 25% of the total cost of services. Cancellations received between 45 and 26 days prior to commencement of services shall be charged at 35% of the total cost of services. Cancellations received between 25 and 14 days prior to commencement of services shall be charged at 50 % of the total cost of services. Cancellations received between 13 and 7 days prior to commencement of services shall be charged at 75% of the total cost of services. Cancellations received within 6 days or after commencement of services shall be charged at the full cost of services.
In some accommodation properties, non-refundable booking fee is required to hold the rooms either all year round or during the peak season when there is extra ordinary demand for accommodation. These will be advised upon a booking confirmation.

No refunds are given for: lost travel time or substitution of facilities and/or accommodations; itineraries amended after departure; not appearing for any accommodation, tour, game viewing or other booked activities; and/or cutting short the booked itinerary for any reason. 3. Non-payment by the date for commencement of services In the event that the Company has not received payment in full by the Date for Commencement of Services then the Company reserves the right in its absolute discretion to withhold all or any of the Services and the Company shall be entitled to collect the outstanding payment from the Client direct and to recover from the Organiser all cancellation fees which they are entitled to charge as per para 2 above. The Company shall not be required to notify the Organiser, the Retailer or the Client prior to the date for commencement of Services that the Services or any part of the Services will be withheld. 4. Price Variation The Company reserves the right to increase all or any of the prices without prior reference to the Organiser in any of the following events:

Official devaluation or revaluation of the local destination currency against the United States Dollar, the EURO, the Sterling Pound or the currency of the country in which the booking is made (if different); Any statutory increase in taxes or other dues imposed by the local Governments or any officer or agent thereof; Any local increase in the price of aviation fuel or motor vehicle fuel or any other increase in the cost of transport which forms part of the Services; Any increase in the cost of accommodation or meals forming part of the Services; Any increase in entrance fees to national parks, national reserves and sanctuaries and any other entrance fees forming part of the Service; Any other increase in the Company operating costs or cost of providing the Services which are beyond the Company control and which the Company has every reasonable effort to prevent.
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Highlights of Tanzania-Shortened! (Wildlife Lodges)

**NB: 01 NIGHT LESS IN NGORONGORO AREA!!!**  (Arriving Via Nairobi,  departing from Arusha) Day 01: NAIROBI: Arrival in Nairobi at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, met by our Customer service officer and transfer to a Nairobi hotel. Use of room is not guaranteed before noon.  Balance of the day at leisure for relaxation.
At 19:30 hrs transfer to the Carnivore Restaurant for dinner.
Overnight at SAROVA PANAFRIC HOTEL/SOUTHERN SUN MAYFAIR - std room (B&B): Day 02: NAIROBI – NAMANGA - ARUSHA – LAKE MANYARA: (Nairobi – Nam: 170 km, 2hrs, 30 minutes:  Nam- Aru: 115km, 01 hr, 30 minutes: Aru- Many 130 km, 02 hrs, 30 minutes) Breakfast the Lodge. 08:00 hrs transfer via Namanga border town. After customs and immigration formalities, change of vehicle and proceed to Arusha Town. Lunch at the SG Resort Restaurant in Arusha. Afternoon proceed to Lake Manyara National Park Area.  
Dinner and overnight LAKE MANYARA WILDLIFE LODGE. Day 03: LAKE MANYARA  - SERENGETI:  (Manyara - Serengeti: 205 km, 04hrs) Early breakfast at the Lodge and depart for a morning game viewing drive in Lake Manyara National Park.  Lunch at the Lake Manyara Wildlife Lodge. Afternoon drive to the Great Serengeti National Park with a late afternoon game viewing drive en-route.
Dinner and overnight at the SERONERA WILDIFE LODGE Day 04: SERENGETI: Full day in Serengeti with a morning and afternoon game viewing drives in the great Serengeti National Park to explore the fluorishing game species that abound in this park
All meals and overnight at SERONERA WILDIFE LODGE Day 05: SERENGETI – NGORONGORO CRATER:  (Serengeti – Ngorongoro: 145 km, 03 hrs) Early breakfast at the Lodge. Morning depart for the Ngorongoro crater conservation area, visiting the pre-historic Olduvai Gorge enroute.
Arrival in Ngorongoro cráter rim by 11:00 hrs. On arrival descent to the cráter floor for a half day cráter tour, with picnic lunches. 16:30 hrs ascend to the cráter rim and drive to your Lodge.
Dinner and overnight at NGORONGORO WILDIFE LODGE Day 06: NGORONGORO CRATER – ARUSHA & DEPARTURE:  (Ngo – Arusha  190 km, 4hrs) Breakfast at the Lodge, this morning embark on a return drive to Arusha.  To arrive in time for lunch at the  SG RESORT Restaurant. Later transfer to Kilmanjaro International Airport for your scheduled international departure flight (03 hours prior to departure flight time) or connect onto a Zanzibar/Mombasa Beach Extension)

Highlights Of Tanzania-Shortened Tanganyika Wilderness Camps (Twc)

**Nb: 01 Night Less In Ngorongoro Area!!!**
(Arriving Via Nairobi,  departing from Arusha) Day 01: NAIROBI: Arrival in Nairobi at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, met by our Customer service officer and transfer to a Nairobi hotel. Use of room is not guaranteed before noon.  Balance of the day at leisure for relaxation.
At 19:30 hrs transfer to the Carnivore Restaurant for dinner.
Overnight at SAROVA PANAFRIC HOTEL/SOUTHERN SUN MAYFAIR - std room (B&B): Day 02: NAIROBI – NAMANGA - ARUSHA – LAKE MANYARA: (Nairobi – Nam: 170 km, 2hrs, 30 minutes:  Nam- Aru: 115km, 01 hr, 30 minutes: Aru- Many 130 km, 02 hrs, 30 minutes) Breakfast the Lodge. 08:00 hrs transfer via Namanga border town. After customs and immigration formalities, change of vehicle and proceed to Arusha Town. Lunch at the SG Resort Restaurant in Arusha. Afternoon proceed to Lake Manyara National Park Area.  
Dinner and overnight KIRURUMU TENTED CAMP. Day 03: LAKE MANYARA  - SERENGETI:  (Lake Manyara – Serengeti: 205 km, 04 hrs) Early breakfast at the Lodge and depart for a morning game viewing drive in Lake Manyara National Park.  Lunch at the Lake Manyara Wildlife Lodge. Afternoon drive to the Great Serengeti National Park with a late afternoon game viewing drive en-route.
Dinner and overnight at the MBALANGETI SERENGETI CAMP – Tented chalet Day 04: SERENGETI: Full day in Serengeti with a morning and afternoon game viewing drives in the great Serengeti National Park to explore the fluorishing game species that abound in this park
All meals and overnight at MBALANGETI SERENGETI CAMP – Tented chalet Day 05: SERENGETI – NGORONGORO CRATER:  (Serengeti – Ngorongoro  145  km, 03hrs) Early breakfast at the Lodge and depart for the Ngorongoro crater conservation area, visiting the pre-historic Olduvai Gorge enroute.
By 11:30 hrs arrival at the Ngorongoro Crater rims and descend to teh cráter floor for a half day cráter tour. 16:30 hrs ascend to the cráter rim and drive to your Lodge.
Dinner and overnight at NGORONGORO FARM HOUSE Day 06:  NGORONGORO CRATER – ARUSHA & DEPARTURE:  (Ngorongoro – Aru: 190 km, 4hrs) Breakfast at the Lodge, this morning embark on a return drive to Arusha.  To arrive in time for lunch at the  SG RESORT Restaurant. Later transfer to Kilmanjaro International Airport for your scheduled international departure flight (03 hours prior to departure flight time) or connect onto a Zanzibar/Mombasa Beach Extension)

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Kenya Seeds of Change

Why does Cookswell Jikos give out free packets of tree seeds?    The current degraded state of Kenya’s national and private forests (and therefore, the overall environmental health of the country) borders on the point of no return. Unless large scale forestry efforts are undertaken by both the public and private sector in the next few years, the damage that has been done to the Nation's forests will become irreversible. Due to the slow pace of natural regeneration of forests (as compared to their exploitation), a boost is sorely needed to meet current and future demands by Kenya’s ever growing population for sustainably grown wood by-products, especially the charcoal and firewood that is used daily by 80% of the country’s population.

The Kenya Seeds Of Change initiative aims to contribute towards national afforestaion by private landowners through the countrywide distribution of inexpensive packets of multi-use indigenous tree seeds and the promotion of direct seeding woodlot establishment. Seeds are by far the most cost effective method of promoting wide scale tree planting in Kenya. These are some of the benefits from the direct planting of tree seeds compared to planting seedlings;

•Seeds are Cheaper! (At roughly 0.25cents per tree compared to 20 shillings per seedling)
•The tree’s hardiness and survivability increases.
•Thousands of seeds can be transported and stored much more easily then thousands of seedlings can until the planting time comes.
•Seeds can be massively disseminated through existing retail outlets/consumer products such as our cookstoves with minimal price increments from producer to consumer. Tree seedlings face problems of availability at the right time, dissemination logistics etc.
•Partially domesticated indigenous tree species are best grown from seed. They are already adapted to Kenya’s climate, soils and pests and the trees are currently widely used and understood by the population.
•Seeds simplify the enhancement of the genetic diversity of planted woodlots.
•The above/below ground biomass ratio is more conducive to healthy growth when a tree is planted from seed.

Limited Access to Good Seed

•From large commercial plantations to small scale rural and urban farmers, the access to purchase certified tree seeds according to their growing zones and uses is extremely limited to anyone who would like to plant trees.
•Currently the only place to buy graded, certified tree seeds is at KEFRI (The Kenya Forestry Research Institute), located in Muguga, on the outskirts of Nairobi or in KEFRI Voi/Kibewzi Station. 
The Kenya Seeds of Change initiative has been started to help provide woodfuel users a free opportunity to invest in growing a future source of free energy! 

The Species of Trees

The initial focus will be on energy producing trees (solid bio-fuels in the form of charcoal and firewood). The trees from the acacia family are currently the most widely used in Kenya for this purpose (and are in turn some the most over exploited). They comprise primarily these three species;
•Acacia xanthopholea
•Acacia polyacantha
•Acacia nilotica
These trees can not only provide a core energy crop but will also provide the wide positive ecological trickledown effect that tree planting is associated with, i.e. erosion control, bio-diversity, water retention and catchment, bee forage, shade, windbreaks, carbon capture and wildlife/bird habitat etc.
Encouraging the extensive planting of such a useful species of tree is essential in order to lay the foundations for sustainable charcoal/firewood farming, on a national scale. Widespread affordable acacia seeds will be the beginnings of recovery for Kenya’s forests and the transfiguration of the woodfuel supply/demand chain into long term economic and environmental viability.

Successful domestication and widescale cultivation of these acacia species will eventually constitute the final line of defense for the remaining indigenous forest ecosystems in Kenya.

This project will benefit all sectors;

•It will enable our Kenyan customers countrywide to start re-planting, at a negligible cost, trees that can recover damaged land and provide future income security.
•It will stimulate KEFRI to increase seed production which will correlate with increased rural employment and further research into domesticating high yielding multi-use Acacia trees.
•It provides an excellent public relations opening for corporate social investment from major national cookstove manufactures and other industries reliant on increased forest cover; being an integral part of the greening Kenya whilst at the same time doing business as usual.
•It would provide access to seed for developmental organizations, both public and private.
From our research with the Woodlands 2000 Trust, a typical acacia tree growing in arid areas in Kenya, (Narok and Kajiado specifically) can, after about 9 years of growing in the wild, produce 1 pickup load of firewood (2500/=) or after about 11 years produce 3-4 bags of charcoal (at 300/= each).   Each packet of seeds contains an average of 160 seeds and costs about (1$) or 100Ksh each. The investment gained is monetarily huge but pales in comparison to the ecological gains made from tree planting. This is a cheap easy way to recover and enhance what is a vital part of the ecosystem. If all the trees that are being cut down for fuel right now started from seed but were not planted by the hand of man, then just imagine how many trees will grow when carefully nurtured and protected from the goats and the wildlife, the fires and the droughts which compromise the fast and healthy growth of wild trees.

Highlights of Tanzania - Shortened (Sopa Lodges)

**Nb: 01 Night Less In Ngorongoro Area!!!**
(Arriving Via Nairobi,  departing from Arusha) Day 01: NAIROBI: Arrival in Nairobi at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, met by our Customer service officer and transfer to a Nairobi hotel. Use of room is not guaranteed before noon.  Balance of the day at leisure for relaxation.
At 19:30 hrs transfer to the Carnivore Restaurant for dinner.
Overnight at SAROVA PANAFRIC HOTEL/SOUTHERN SUN MAYFAIR - std room (B&B): Day 02: NAIROBI – NAMANGA - ARUSHA – TARANGIRE: (Nairobi – Nam: 170 km, 2hrs, 30 minutes:  Nam- Aru: 115km, 01 hr, 30 minutes: Aru- Tar 120 km, 02 hrs)

Breakfast the Lodge. 08:00 hrs transfer via Namanga border town. After customs and immigration formalities, change of vehicle and proceed to Arusha Town. Lunch at the SG Resort Restaurant in Arusha. Afternoon proceed to Tarangire National Park Area.
Late afternoon game viewing drive.
Dinner and overnight TARANGIRE SOPA  LODGE. Day 03: TARANGIRE  - SERENGETI:  (Tarangire – Serengeti: 300 km, 05 hrs, 30 minutes) Early breakfast at the Lodge and depart for a brief morning game drive in Tarangire as you drive out of the park for great Serengeti with your picnic lunches.
Late game viewing drive en-route.
Dinner and overnight at the SERENGETI SOPA LODGE Day 04: SERENGETI: Full day in Serengeti with a morning and afternoon game viewing drives in the great Serengeti National Park to explore the fluorishing game species that abound in this park
All meals and overnight at SERENGETI SOPA LODGE Day 05: SERENGETI – NGORONGORO CRATER:  (Serengeti  - Ngorongoro:  145 km, 3 hrs) Eraly breakfast at the Lodge and depart for the Ngorongoro crater conservation area, visiting the pre-historic Olduvai Gorge enroute.
11:00 hrs arrival at the Crater rims. On arrival descnd  to the cráter floor for a half aday cráter tour. 16:30 hrs ascend to the cráter rim and drive to your Lodge.  
Dinner and overnight at NGORONGORO SOPA LODGE Day 06:  NGORONGORO CRATER – ARUSHA & DEPARTURE:  (Ngorongoro - Aru: 190 km, 4hrs) Breakfast at the Lodge, this morning embark on a return drive to Arusha.  To arrive in time for lunch at the  SG RESORT Restaurant. Later transfer to Kilmanjaro International Airport for your scheduled international departure flight (03 hours prior to departure flight time) or connect onto a Zanzibar/Mombasa Beach Extension)

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Highlights Of Tanzania (Serena Lodges) - Shortened

**NB: 01 NIGHT LESS IN NGORONGORO AREA!!!**
(Arriving Via Nairobi,  departing from Arusha) Day 01: NAIROBI: Arrival in Nairobi at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, met by our Customer service officer and transfer to a Nairobi hotel. Use of room is not guaranteed before noon.  Balance of the day at leisure for relaxation.
At 19:30 hrs transfer to the Carnivore Restaurant for dinner.
Overnight at SAROVA PANAFRIC HOTEL/SOUTHERN SUN MAYFAIR -std rooms (B&B): Day 02: NAIROBI – NAMANGA - ARUSHA – LAKE MANYARA: (Nairobi – Nam: 170 km, 2hrs, 30 minutes:  Nam- Aru: 115km, 01 hr, 30 minutes: Aru- Many 130 km, 03 hrs) Breakfast the Lodge. 08:00 hrs transfer via Namanga border town. After customs and immigration formalities, change of vehicle and proceed to Arusha Town. Lunch at the SG Resort Restaurant in Arusha. Afternoon proceed to Lake Manyara National Park Area.  
Dinner and overnight LAKE MANYARA SERENA LODGE. Day 03: LAKE MANYARA  - SERENGETI:  (Manyara – Serengeti:  205 km, 04 hrs) Early breakfast at the Lodge and depart for a morning game viewing drive in Lake Manyara National Park.  Lunch at the Lake Manyara Wildlife Lodge. Afternoon drive to the Great Serengeti National Park with a late afternoon game viewing drive en-route. Dinner and overnight at the SERENGETI SERENA LODGE Day 04: SERENGETI: Full day in Serengeti with a morning and afternoon game viewing drives in the great Serengeti National Park to explore the fluorishing game species that abound in this park
All meals and overnight at SERENGETI SERENA LODGE Day 05: SERENGETI – NGORONGORO CRATER:  (Serengeti –Ngorongoro: 145 km, 03hrs) Eraly breakfast at the Lodge and depart for the  Ngorongoro crater conservation area, visiting the pre-historic Olduvai Gorge enroute.
11:00 hrs arrival in Ngorongoro Crater rims. On arrival descend to teh cráter floof for a half day cráter tour. 16:30 hrs ascend to cráter rims and drive to your Lodge.
Dinner and overnight at NGORONGORO SERENA LODGE Day 06:  NGORONGORO CRATER – ARUSHA & DEPARTURE:  (Ngo – Aru: 190km, 04 hrs) Breakfast at the Lodge, this morning embark on a return drive to Arusha.  To arrive in time for lunch at the  SG RESORT Restaurant. Later transfer to Kilmanjaro International Airport for your scheduled international departure flight (03 hours prior to departure flight time) or connect onto a Zanzibar/Mombasa Beach Extension)

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QUOTATION INCLUDES: Arrival and departure Airport transfers and any other transfers as per the itinerary. Full board accommodation in Lodges/ camps while on safari. Transport in a 08-Seater safari microbús (07-window seats) with a roof hatch for enhanced game viewing / photography and services of a proffessional English speaking driver/guide. Game viewing drives as indicated on itinerary above Park entrance fees Bottled mineral water in vehicle on safari. NOT INCLUDED Nairobi accommodation and meals. International and local flights Airport departure taxes Visa fees – payable direct  ( at US$ 50 PP) for single entry visa. Drinks. Travel and medical insurances Porterage, tips and gratuities to local waiting staff and driver guides. Excursions not detailed in above program. All Items of personal nature e.g. laundry, phone charges etc.

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COST INCLUDES: Airport transfers in Nairobi departure Airport transfer ex Arusha in a 08-seater safari microbus (07 window seats) Transfers Nairobi – Arusha in a 08-seater safari microbus. 01 night accommodation in Nairobi on bed and breakfast basis. A dinner at Carnivore Restaurant in Nairobi. 02 lunches in Arusha. Full board accommodation in Lodges whilst on safari Safari transportation (from Arusha –day 02 to back to Arusha on day 07) in a 4x4 safari land cruiser (07 window seats) on exclusive (private) basis with services of a professional English speaking driver / guide with thorough knowledge of East Africa flora and fauna Game viewing drives as per itinerary. Half day crater tour  A visit to the pre-historic olduvai gorge. Park entrance / conservation fees Safari briefing in Nairobi and Arusha. Bottled mineral water in vehicles on safari. Welcome pack in Nairobi, with complimentary safari hat, operating itinerary, safari information.

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Zuberi Real Estate aims to provide the best real estate services, based on the highest standard of ethics, values and client care. Excellent customer service is the platform on which we have built our business and every client has an assurance that his or her dealings with us will be treated as a priority.

Majestic Tanzania - With Wildlife Lodges

Day 01: ARUSHA – LAKE MANYARA:   (Arusha – Lake Manyara: 130 km, 02 hrs, 30 minutes) 14:00 hrs depart from Arusha to Lake Manyara National Park Area.  
Dinner and overnight LAKE MANYARA WILDLIFE LODGE. Day 02: LAKE MANYARA  - NGORONGORO CRATER: (Manyara- Ngorongoro: 60 km, 01 hrs) Early breakfast at the Lodge and depart for a morning game viewing drive in Lake Manyara National Park.  Lunch at the Lake Manyara Wildlife Lodge. Afternoon drive to  Ngorongoro crater conservation area.
Dinner and overnight at NGORONGORO WILDIFE LODGE Day 03: NGORONGORO CRATER: Breakfast at the Lodge. At 08:00 hrs pick up your picnic lunches and descend to the crater floor for a half day crater tour. Afternoon at about ascend to the crater rims to your lodge. Balance of the afternoon at leisure for relaxation to enjoy the beautiful crater views from your Lodge..
Dinner and overnight at NGORONGORO WILDIFE LODGE Day 04:  NGORONGORO CRATER – ARUSHA: (Ngorongoro - Arusha: 190 km, 04 hrs) Breakfast at the Lodge, this morning embark on a return drive to Arusha.  On arrival in Arusha Town,  drop off at the Arusha Town Hotel.

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iMAP International  provides government, non-profit and commercial business partners with custom-fit Geographic Information System (GIS) solutions. By matching the demand for innovative GIS solutions with an agile business model and visionary leadership, we continue our rapid growth by competing for and winning high-profile business. We enhance customer value through comprehensive, accurate and current digital maps and GIS solutions, while it continues to expand into data aggregation/verification, data conversion and consulting services. Our Mission To offer solutions that address unique, complex and demanding requirements for geospatial data and service needs across multiple industry sectors while leveraging cutting-edge technologies. Our Vision At iMAP International we envision being a market leader in provision of geospatial related services that cut across the niche of every client. Our Goal We solve our clients’ challenges by providing on-time and on-budget GIS services and technical support.  Our goal is to ensure that every client is completely satisfied with the products and services that we provide.

Majestic Tanzania - Tanganyika Wilderness Camps (Twc)

Day 01:  ARUSHA – LAKE MANYARA: (Arusha – Lake Manyara: 130 km, 02 hrs, 30 minutes) 14:00 hrs commence safari from Arusha town to the Lake Manyara National Park Area.  
Dinner and overnight KIRURUMU TENTED CAMP. Day 02: LAKE MANYARA  - NGORONGORO CRATER: (Manyara - Ngorongoro: 60 km, 01 hrs) Early breakfast at the Lodge and depart for a morning game viewing drive in Lake Manyara National Park.  Lunch at the Lake Manyara Wildlife Lodge. Afternoon drive to
Ngorongoro crater conservation area. Day 03: NGORONGORO CRATER: Breakfast at the Lodge. At 08:00 hrs pick up your picnic lunches and descend to the crater floor for a half day crater tour. Afternoon at about 15:30 hrs, ascend to the crater rims and drive to  your lodge. Balance of the afternoon at leisure for relaxation.
Dinner and overnight at NGORONGORO FARM HOUSE Day 04:  NGORONGORO CRATER – ARUSHA: (Ngorongoro - Arusha : 190 km, 04 hrs) Breakfast at the Lodge, this morning embark on a return drive to Arusha.  On arrival in Arusha Town,  drop off at the Arusha Town Hotel.

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Majestic Tanzania - Sopa Lodges

Day 01:  ARUSHA – TARANGIRE: (Arusha – Tarangire: 120 km, 02 hrs) 14:00 hrs commence safari from Arusha town to the Tarangire National Park Area.
Late afternoon game viewing drive.
Dinner and overnight TARANGIRE SOPA  LODGE. Day 02: TARANGIRE  - NGORONGORO CRATER: (Tarangire – Ngorongoro: 155 km, 03 hrs) Early breakfast at the Lodge.  morning game drive in Tarangire. Lunch at the Lodge. Afternoon drive to the Ngorongoro crater conservation area
Dinner and overnight at NGORONGORO SOPA LODGE Day 03: NGORONGORO CRATER: Breakfast at the Lodge. At 08:00 hrs pick up your picnic lunches and descend to the crater floor for a half day crater tour. Afternoon at about ascend to the crater rims to your lodge. Balance of the afternoon at leisure for relaxation to enjoy the beautiful crater views from your Lodge..
Dinner and overnight at NGORONGORO SOPA LODGE Day 04:  NGORONGORO CRATER – ARUSHA : (Ngorongoro - Arusha: 190 km, 04 hrs)

Breakfast at the Lodge, this morning embark on a return drive to Arusha.  On arrival in Arusha Town,  drop off at the Arusha Town Hotel.

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Day 01: ARUSHA – LAKE MANYARA: (Arusha – Lake Manyara: 130 km, 02 hrs, 30 minutes) 14: 00 hrs, commence safari from Arusha to the Lake Manyara National Park Area.  
Dinner and overnight LAKE MANYARA SERENA LODGE. Day 02: LAKE MANYARA  - NGORONGORO CRATER: (Manyara - Ngorongoro: 60 km, 01 hrs) Early breakfast at the Lodge and depart for a morning game viewing drive in Lake Manyara National Park.  Lunch at the Lake Manyara Wildlife Lodge. Afternoon drive to the Ngorongoro crater conservation area.
Dinner and overnight at NGORONGORO SERENA LODGE Day 03: NGORONGORO CRATER: Breakfast at the Lodge. At 08:00 hrs pick up your picnic lunches and descend to the crater floor for a half day crater tour. Afternoon at about ascend to the crater rims to your lodge. Balance of the afternoon at leisure for relaxation to enjoy the beautiful crater views from your Lodge..
Dinner and overnight at NGORONGORO SERENA LODGE Day 04:  NGORONGORO CRATER – ARUSHA: (Ngorongoro - Arusha  190 km, 04 hrs) Breakfast at the Lodge, this morning embark on a return drive to Arusha.  On arrival in Arusha Town,  drop off at the Arusha Town Hotel.

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Costs Include: Full board accommodation in Lodges whilst on safari Safari transportation in a 4x4 safari land cruiser (07 window seats) on exclusive basis with services of a professional English speaking driver / guide with thorough knowledge of East Africa flora and fauna Game viewing drives as per itinerary. Half day crater tour Park entrance / conservation fees Safari briefing in Arusha. Bottled mineral water in vehicles on safari

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We offer LPG bulk tanks that have the following features: material : carbon steel welding process : full penetration is provided in weld seams. the grooves comply with en iso 9692-2 & the filling material with en iso 14171& the flux with en 760. welding is carried out as submerged arc welding by welders who have welders’ qualification certificate.  radiographic control : acc. to code
inspection : all tanks are produced with ce marking and after the completion 
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manual are given to customer. tanks are produced as per 97/23/ec conditions.
cleaning & painting : before painting, the tank is sand blasted with sa 2,5 quality. 
undercoat & polyurethane based white topcoat applied providing
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connection nozzles : are standard with the below mentioned fittings.   NO DESCRIPTION TRADE MARK QTY 1 MULTISERVICE VALVE REGO OR OMECA 1 2 REGULATOR FOR MULTISERVICE VALVE REGO OR OMECA 1 3 MANOMETER FOR MULTISERVICE VALVE REGO OR OMECA 1 4 SAFETY RELIEF VALVE REGO OR OMECA 1 5 CHECK DEVICE FOR SAFETY RELIEF VALVE REGO OR OMECA 1 6 MAGNETIC LEVEL GAUGE REGO OR ROCHESTER 1 7 FILLING VALVE REGO OR OMECA 1 8 CHECK LOCK FOR DRAINAGE  REGO OR OMECA 1 9 CHECK LOCK FOR LIQUID WITHDRAWAL REGO OR OMECA 1

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Symetrics has immense experience in the petroleum technical industry. It has very competent and qualified staff of Engineers, Project Managers and Technicians who have contributed greatly in the industry. Symetrics is also represented in the Kenya Bureau of Standards Technical Committee on LPG Installations (TC 118) for drafting of LPG Standards KS 1938 parts 1,2,3,4,5 and 6. Symetrics offers the following services: Construction of Oil storage Depots/ Terminals Assembly of LPG & Petroleum plants Installation of above ground and underground tanks Installation, servicing and maintenance of petroleum pumps and meters. Petroleum tank cleaning.

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Highlights Of Tanzania - With Wildlife Lodges

(Arriving Via Nairobi,  departing from Arusha) Day 01: NAIROBI: Arrival in Nairobi at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, met by our Customer service officer and transfer to a Nairobi hotel. Use of room is not guaranteed before noon.  Balance of the day at leisure for relaxation.
At 19:30 hrs transfer to the Carnivore Restaurant for dinner.
Overnight at SAROVA PANAFRIC HOTEL/SOUTHERN SUN MAYFAIR - std room (B&B): Day 02: NAIROBI – NAMANGA - ARUSHA – LAKE MANYARA: (Nairobi – Nam: 170 km, 2hrs, 30 minutes:  Nam- Aru: 115km, 01 hr, 30 minutes: Aru- Many 130 km, 02 hrs, 30 minutes) Breakfast the Lodge. 08:00 hrs transfer via Namanga border town. After customs and immigration formalities, change of vehicle and proceed to Arusha Town. Lunch at the SG Resort Restaurant in Arusha. Afternoon proceed to Lake Manyara National Park Area.  
Dinner and overnight LAKE MANYARA WILDLIFE LODGE. Day 03: LAKE MANYARA  - SERENGETI:  (Manyara - Serengeti: 205 km, 04hrs) Early breakfast at the Lodge and depart for a morning game viewing drive in Lake Manyara National Park.  Lunch at the Lake Manyara Wildlife Lodge. Afternoon drive to the Great Serengeti National Park with a late afternoon game viewing drive en-route.
Dinner and overnight at the SERONERA WILDIFE LODGE Day 04: SERENGETI: Full day in Serengeti with a morning and afternoon game viewing drives in the great Serengeti National Park to explore the fluorishing game species that abound in this park
All meals and overnight at SERONERA WILDIFE LODGE Day 05: SERENGETI – NGORONGORO CRATER:  (Serengeti – Ngorongoro: 145 km, 03 hrs) Breakfast at the Lodge. Morning game viewing drive in Serengeti. Lunch at the Seronera Wildlife Lodge afterwhich drive to Ngorongoro crater conservation area, visiting the pre-historic Olduvai Gorge enroute.
Dinner and overnight at NGORONGORO WILDIFE LODGE Day 06: NGORONGORO CRATER: Breakfast at the Lodge. At 08:00 hrs pick up your picnic lunches and descend to the crater floor for a half day crater tour. Afternoon at about ascend to the crater rims to your lodge. Balance of the afternoon at leisure for relaxation to enjoy the beautiful crater views from your Lodge..
Dinner and overnight at NGORONGORO WILDIFE LODGE Day 07: NGORONGORO CRATER – ARUSHA & DEPARTURE:  (Ngo – Arusha  190 km, 4hrs) Breakfast at the Lodge, this morning embark on a return drive to Arusha.  To arrive in time for lunch at the  SG RESORT Restaurant. Later transfer to Kilmanjaro International Airport for your scheduled international departure flight (03 hours prior to departure flight time) or connect onto a Zanzibar/Mombasa Beach Extension)

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Highlights of Tanzania - Tanganyika Wilderness Camps (Twc)

(Arriving Via Nairobi,  departing from Arusha) Day 01: NAIROBI: Arrival in Nairobi at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, met by our Customer service officer and transfer to a Nairobi hotel. Use of room is not guaranteed before noon.  Balance of the day at leisure for relaxation.
At 19:30 hrs transfer to the Carnivore Restaurant for dinner.
Overnight at SAROVA PANAFRIC HOTEL/SOUTHERN SUN MAYFAIR - std room (B&B): Day 02: NAIROBI – NAMANGA - ARUSHA – LAKE MANYARA:  (Nairobi – Nam: 170 km, 2hrs, 30 minutes:  Nam- Aru: 115km, 01 hr, 30 minutes: Aru- Many 130 km, 02 hrs, 30 minutes) Breakfast the Lodge. 08:00 hrs transfer via Namanga border town. After customs and immigration formalities, change of vehicle and proceed to Arusha Town. Lunch at the SG Resort Restaurant in Arusha. Afternoon proceed to Lake Manyara National Park Area.  
Dinner and overnight KIRURUMU TENTED CAMP. Day 03: LAKE MANYARA  - SERENGETI:  (Lake Manyara – Serengeti: 205 km, 04 hrs) Early breakfast at the Lodge and depart for a morning game viewing drive in Lake Manyara National Park.  Lunch at the Lake Manyara Wildlife Lodge. Afternoon drive to the Great Serengeti National Park with a late afternoon game viewing drive en-route.
Dinner and overnight at the MBALANGETI SERENGETI CAMP – Tented chalet Day 04: SERENGETI: Full day in Serengeti with a morning and afternoon game viewing drives in the great Serengeti National Park to explore the fluorishing game species that abound in this park
All meals and overnight at MBALANGETI SERENGETI CAMP – Tented chalet Day 05: SERENGETI – NGORONGORO CRATER:  (Serengeti – Ngorongoro  145  km, 03hrs) Breakfast at the Lodge. Morning game viewing drive in Serengeti. Lunch at the Camp,  afterwhich drive to Ngorongoro crater conservation area, visiting the pre-historic Olduvai Gorge enroute.
Dinner and overnight at NGORONGORO FARM HOUSE Day 06: NGORONGORO CRATER: Breakfast at the Lodge. At 08:00 hrs pick up your picnic lunches and descend to the crater floor for a half day crater tour. Afternoon at about 15:30 hrs, ascend to the crater rims and drive to  your lodge. Balance of the afternoon at leisure for relaxation.
Dinner and overnight at NGORONGORO FARM HOUSE Day 07:  NGORONGORO CRATER – ARUSHA & DEPARTURE:  (Ngorongoro – Aru: 190 km, 4hrs) Breakfast at the Lodge, this morning embark on a return drive to Arusha.  To arrive in time for lunch at the  SG RESORT Restaurant. Later transfer to Kilmanjaro International Airport for your scheduled international departure flight (03 hours prior to departure flight time) or connect onto a Zanzibar/Mombasa Beach Extension)

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Symetrics Limited is a Leading company offering LPG installation services.  Symetrics limited is part of the Kenya Bureau of Standards Technical Committee on LPG Standards (TC 118) which is involved in creating LPG Standards in Kenya (KS 1938) We offer the following services: Installation of LPG kitchen systems, i.e. tank/cylinder installation, piping and cooker installation. LPG meters installation, calibration, service and maintenance. Installation, Servicing and maintenance of LPG cylinder filling machines (electronic, semi-automatic and manual) Installation, servicing and maintenance LPG cylinder valve sealing machines (thermal and pneumatic) Installation, servicing and maintenance of LPG pumps (stationary and vehicle mounted) Installation, calibration, servicing and maintenance of digital cylinder weighing machines Installation, servicing and maintenance of all types of LPG regulators LPG Reticulation/ Pipework Installation. Service and maintenance of all LPG installations/ equipment and LPG kitchen systems LPG Vessels and Pipework pressure testing. LPG Vessels and Pipework revalidation and recertification including hydrostatic pressure testing. Supply of LPG equipment and accessories.

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Highlights of Tanzania - Sopa Lodges

(Arriving Via Nairobi,  departing from Arusha) Day 01: NAIROBI: Arrival in Nairobi at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, met by our Customer service officer and transfer to a Nairobi hotel. Use of room is not guaranteed before noon.  Balance of the day at leisure for relaxation.
At 19:30 hrs transfer to the Carnivore Restaurant for dinner.
Overnight at SAROVA PANAFRIC HOTEL/SOUTHERN SUN MAYFAIR - std room (B&B): Day 02: NAIROBI – NAMANGA - ARUSHA – TARANGIRE: (Nairobi – Nam: 170 km, 2hrs, 30 minutes:  Nam- Aru: 115km, 01 hr, 30 minutes: Aru- Tar 120 km, 02 hrs) Breakfast the Lodge. 08:00 hrs transfer via Namanga border town. After customs and immigration formalities, change of vehicle and proceed to Arusha Town. Lunch at the SG Resort Restaurant in Arusha. Afternoon proceed to Tarangire National Park Area.
Late afternoon game viewing drive.
Dinner and overnight TARANGIRE SOPA  LODGE. Day 03: TARANGIRE  - SERENGETI:  (Tarangire – Serengeti: 300 km, 05 hrs, 30 minutes) Early breakfast at the Lodge and depart for a brief morning game drive in Tarangire as you drive out of the park for great Serengeti with your picnic lunches.
Late game viewing drive en-route. Day 04: SERENGETI: Full day in Serengeti with a morning and afternoon game viewing drives in the great Serengeti National Park to explore the fluorishing game species that abound in this park
All meals and overnight at SERENGETI SOPA LODGE Day 05: SERENGETI – NGORONGORO CRATER:  (Serengeti  - Ngorongoro:  145 km, 3 hrs) Breakfast at the Lodge. Morning game viewing drive in Serengeti. Lunch at the Seronera Wildlife Lodge afterwhich drive to Ngorongoro crater conservation area, visiting the pre-historic Olduvai Gorge enroute.
Dinner and overnight at NGORONGORO SOPA LODGE Day 06: NGORONGORO CRATER: Breakfast at the Lodge. At 08:00 hrs pick up your picnic lunches and descend to the crater floor for a half day crater tour. Afternoon ascend to the crater rims to your lodge. Balance of the afternoon at leisure to enjoy the beautiful crater views from your Lodge.
Dinner and overnight at NGORONGORO SOPA LODGE Day 07:  NGORONGORO CRATER – ARUSHA & DEPARTURE:  (Ngorongoro - Aru: 190 km, 4hrs) Breakfast at the Lodge, this morning embark on a return drive to Arusha.  To arrive in time for lunch at the  SG RESORT Restaurant. Later transfer to Kilmanjaro International Airport for your scheduled international departure flight (03 hours prior to departure flight time) or connect onto a Zanzibar/Mombasa Beach Extension)

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Highlights of Tanzania - Serena Lodges

(Arriving Via Nairobi,  departing from Arusha) Day 01: NAIROBI: Arrival in Nairobi at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, met by our Customer service officer and transfer to a Nairobi hotel. Use of room is not guaranteed before noon.  Balance of the day at leisure for relaxation.
At 19:30 hrs transfer to the Carnivore Restaurant for dinner.
Overnight at SAROVA PANAFRIC HOTEL/SOUTHERN SUN MAYFAIR -std rooms (B&B): Day 02: NAIROBI – NAMANGA - ARUSHA – LAKE MANYARA: (Nairobi – Nam: 170 km, 2hrs, 30 minutes:  Nam- Aru: 115km, 01 hr, 30 minutes: Aru- Many 130 km, 03 hrs) Breakfast the Lodge. 08:00 hrs transfer via Naman Day 03: LAKE MANYARA  - SERENGETI:  (Manyara – Serengeti:  205 km, 04 hrs) Early breakfast at the Lodge and depart for a morning game viewing drive in Lake Manyara National Park.  Lunch at the Lake Manyara Wildlife Lodge. Afternoon drive to the Great Serengeti National Park with a late afternoon game viewing drive en-route.
Dinner and overnight at the SERENGETI SERENA LODGE Day 04: SERENGETI: Full day in Serengeti with a morning and afternoon game viewing drives in the great Serengeti National Park to explore the fluorishing game species that abound in this park
All meals and overnight at SERENGETI SERENA LODGE Day 05: SERENGETI – NGORONGORO CRATER:  (Serengeti –Ngorongoro: 145 km, 03hrs) Breakfast at the Lodge. Morning game viewing drive in Serengeti. Lunch at the Lodge afterwhich drive to Ngorongoro crater conservation area, visiting the pre-historic Olduvai Gorge enroute.
Dinner and overnight at NGORONGORO SERENA LODGE Day 06: NGORONGORO CRATER: Breakfast at the Lodge. At 08:00 hrs pick up your picnic lunches and descend to the crater floor for a half day crater tour. Afternoon ascend to the crater rims to your lodge. Balance of the afternoon at leisure to enjoy the beautiful crater views from your Lodge..
Dinner and overnight at NGORONGORO SERENA LODGE Day 07:  NGORONGORO CRATER – ARUSHA & DEPARTURE:  (Ngo – Aru: 190km, 04 hrs) Breakfast at the Lodge, this morning embark on a return drive to Arusha.  To arrive in time for lunch at the  SG RESORT Restaurant. Later transfer to Kilmanjaro International Airport for your scheduled international departure flight (03 hours prior to departure flight time) or connect onto a Zanzibar/Mombasa Beach Extension)

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Jim Comptech Systems was formed with the aim of providing professional, fast and reliable technical assistance to business owners and residential customers. A one-call solution for all of their computer needs. VISION, MISSION, VALUES Vision - To be the preferred ICT vendor, consulting and training provider to SME and micro enterprises in Kenya and East Africa by the year 2015. Mission - To continuously deliver superior value to our customers, by sourcing/designing quality solutions and maintaining beneficial business relationships, for the overall benefit of our customers and all other stakeholders. Strategic objectives To consistently deliver value proposition to all our customers To consistently deliver above industry return to the shareholders To be the employer of choice for all professions that we will need for our business. To be an integral part of the community through focused social responsibility programmes. Values Quality at all times Economic value to all partners Integrity in all our operations Responsibility to the community Environment friendly

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Cost Includes: Airport transfers in Nairobi departure Airport transfer ex Arusha in a 08-seater safari microbus (07 window seats) Transfers Nairobi – Arusha in a 08-seater safari microbus. 01 night accommodation in Nairobi on bed and breakfast basis. A dinner at Carnivore Restaurant in Nairobi. 02 lunches in Arusha. Full board accommodation in Lodges whilst on safari Safari transportation (from Arusha –day 02 to back to Arusha on day 07) in a 4x4 safari land cruiser (07 window seats) on exclusive basis with services of a professional English speaking driver / guide with thorough knowledge of East Africa flora and fauna Game viewing drives as per itinerary. Half day crater tour A visit to the pre-historic olduvai gorge. Park entrance / conservation fees Safari briefing in Nairobi and Arusha. Bottled mineral water in vehicles on safari

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Our basic business idea is to gather our potential customers ICT hardware, software and support needs, source and deliver suitable solutions at the most industry competitive standards and value. The key cornerstone of our business will be a thorough understanding of our customer needs. This is in contrast with how most of our competitors approach their business; sourcing (usually at the lowest cost and hence, very often, low quality) and obtaining the available products and services and then pushing them to an undefined market. We will, as accurately and as practically possible, define our customer. We will profile our customer through geographical location, product/service preferences and their key characteristics. Thus we have identified several classes of customers: Home consumers Finance and banking institutions Educational institutions Hospitals Government, private and NGOs Manufacturing industries Information technology Media industry Others

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HBOX HW 7610 DVB T2 SET TOP BOX FREE-TO-AIR set top box Eworld International Ltd, Woodlands Office Park, 2nd Floor, Woodlands Road off State House Road,
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Client:                                                                           Mr & Mrs Kivolonzi   Location:                                                                        Athi river - machakos   Project Value:                                                                 KShs. 34 Million   Project Status:                                                                Ongoing

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Position Assistant Architect Profession Architecture Experience 7 Years Post-Qualification Experience Years with Firm 4 years Nationality Kenyan Academic Qualifications: May 2010 - November 2012 Diploma in Architecture - NIT(JKUAT) Membership to Professional Bodies:   Employment Record: 2013 to Date Arch-link International Ltd. - Ass. Architect 2010 to 2011 Ass. Architect/Intern – Ministry of Public works - Upperhill Nairobi. 2009 to 2010 Dreams Hardware Nairobi. – Supervise the Store keeper's activities. Keeping records of the outgoing purchases.

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Mukau Farmers Project

Melia is a genus of flowering trees in the mahogany family, Meliaceae.The generic name is derived from μηλια, the Greek word Theophrastus (c. 371 – c. 287 BC) used for Fraxinus ornus, which has similar leaves. In Kibwezi the following farmers have planted.
  From (address): To: Agness NdeviDamaris MuiaHelen NyamburaFransisca MutisoJohn Musyoka MuswiliJonathan KitukuLaban NdetiRose Gathoni MusyokiMuliluni Pri SchoolGrace MutavutaJoseph MuluMachinery CentreLydia MutukuAngela MutuaAvelyne MutungaShadrack WambuaSusan KalingoGeoffrey MbuviJulius KawiaStephen MusyokaAphelina MutungaKilunga King'olaAlex KimanthiJames MukitiKasanga MuangeJohnson MulingeBoniface KivatiDaniel KiokoPeter KiokoNicholas MuloziPhoebe SamuelShadrack MuemaFransisca Mutiso MwongeliRock catchment muliluniElizabeth MatanoMargaret WanzaJonathan KitukuJackson NyamaiPius ManthiKibwezi Field StationJulius MasiaJane Vaati MorrisBoniface WambuaAbednego NyamasyoJonathan Kaindi   // 0) { clearInterval(tstIntPhocaMap); getPhocaMap(); tstPhocaMap.setAttribute("refreshMap", 1); } } } } } // Call this function when the page has been loaded function getPhocaMap(){ if (tstPhocaMap.offsetWidth > 0) { mapPhocaMap = new GMap2(document.getElementById('phoca_map'));dirPhocaMap = new GDirections(mapPhocaMap, document.getElementById("phoca_dir")); GEvent.addListener(dirPhocaMap, "error", handleErrors); mapPhocaMap.setCenter(new GLatLng(-2.5, 38.124287), 9);mapPhocaMap.enableContinuousZoom(); mapPhocaMap.enableDoubleClickZoom(); mapPhocaMap.enableScrollWheelZoom(); mapPhocaMap.addControl(new GLargeMapControl3D()); mapPhocaMap.addControl(new GScaleControl()); mapPhocaMap.addControl(new GMapTypeControl()); mapPhocaMap.addControl(new GOverviewMapControl()); mapPhocaMap.addControl(new GNavLabelControl()); mapPhocaMap.enableGoogleBar(); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point1 = new GPoint( 38.124287, -2.473805); var markerPhocaMarker1 = new GMarker(point1, {title:"Agness Ndevi", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker1); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker1, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker1.openInfoWindowHtml('Agness NdeviNumber of Trees=160

Acreage= 8
GPS: 2� 28' 25.698"S38� 7' 27.433"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point2 = new GPoint( 38.223461, -2.495712); var markerPhocaMarker2 = new GMarker(point2, {title:"Damaris Muia", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker2); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker2, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker2.openInfoWindowHtml('Damaris MuiaNumber of Trees=10

Acreage= 1GPS: 2� 29' 44.563"S38� 13' 24.46"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point3 = new GPoint( 38.112995, -2.470286); var markerPhocaMarker3 = new GMarker(point3, {title:"Helen Nyambura", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker3); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker3, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker3.openInfoWindowHtml('Helen NyamburaNumber of Trees-70

Acreage-9 GPS: 2� 28' 13.03"S38� 6' 46.782"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point4 = new GPoint( 38.222298, -2.483948); var markerPhocaMarker4 = new GMarker(point4, {title:"Fransisca Mutiso", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker4); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker4, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker4.openInfoWindowHtml('Fransisca MutisoNumber of Trees=300

Acreage= 3GPS: 2� 29' 2.213"S38� 13' 20.273"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point5 = new GPoint( 38.091347, -2.513162); var markerPhocaMarker5 = new GMarker(point5, {title:"John Musyoka Muswili", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker5); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker5, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker5.openInfoWindowHtml('John Musyoka MuswiliNumber of Trees-150

Acreage-6GPS: 2� 30' 47.383"S38� 5' 28.849"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point6 = new GPoint( 2.276323, 38.014137); var markerPhocaMarker6 = new GMarker(point6, {title:"Jonathan Kituku", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker6); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker6, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker6.openInfoWindowHtml('Jonathan KitukuNumber of Trees=1300

Acreage= 30 GPS: 38� 0' 50.893"N2� 16' 34.763"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point7 = new GPoint( 38.116263, -2.506728); var markerPhocaMarker7 = new GMarker(point7, {title:"Laban Ndeti", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker7); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker7, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker7.openInfoWindowHtml('Laban NdetiTress 1200Acreage: 33GPS: 2� 30' 24.221"S38� 6' 58.547"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point8 = new GPoint( 37.993580, -2.369848); var markerPhocaMarker8 = new GMarker(point8, {title:"Rose Gathoni Musyoki", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker8); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker8, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker8.openInfoWindowHtml('Rose Gathoni MusyokiNumbers of Trees: 150Acreages: 1GPS: 2� 22' 11.453"S37� 59' 36.888"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point9 = new GPoint( 38.122353, -2.490846); var markerPhocaMarker9 = new GMarker(point9, {title:"Muliluni Pri School", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker9); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker9, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker9.openInfoWindowHtml('Muliluni Pri SchoolGPS: 2� 29' 27.046"S38� 7' 20.471"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point10 = new GPoint( 37.857277, -2.397074); var markerPhocaMarker10 = new GMarker(point10, {title:"Grace Mutavuta", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker10); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker10, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker10.openInfoWindowHtml('Grace MutavutaNumber of trees = 8Accreage = 4GPS: 2� 23' 49.466"S37� 51' 26.197"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point11 = new GPoint( 38.125282, -2.497995); var markerPhocaMarker11 = new GMarker(point11, {title:"Joseph Mulu", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker11); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker11, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker11.openInfoWindowHtml('Joseph Mulu Number of trees=410Acreage=14 GPS: 2� 29' 52.782"S38� 7' 31.015"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point12 = new GPoint( 38.030254, -2.523627); var markerPhocaMarker12 = new GMarker(point12, {title:"Machinery Centre", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker12); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker12, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker12.openInfoWindowHtml('Machinery CentreNumber of trees = 0Number of Acreage = 0GPS: 2� 31' 25.057"S38� 1' 48.914"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point13 = new GPoint( 38.131672, -2.485187); var markerPhocaMarker13 = new GMarker(point13, {title:"Lydia Mutuku", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker13); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker13, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker13.openInfoWindowHtml('Lydia Mutuku Number of trees=180Acreage=1GPS: 2� 29' 6.673"S38� 7' 54.019"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); 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}); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point15 = new GPoint( 38.148350, -2.477745); var markerPhocaMarker15 = new GMarker(point15, {title:"Avelyne Mutunga", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker15); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker15, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker15.openInfoWindowHtml('Avelyne Mutunga Number of tress=180Acreage=13GPS: 2� 28' 39.882"S38� 8' 54.06"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); 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}); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point17 = new GPoint( 38.167683, -2.473565); var markerPhocaMarker17 = new GMarker(point17, {title:"Susan Kalingo", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker17); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker17, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker17.openInfoWindowHtml('Susan KalingoNumber of trees=4Acreage=1GPS: 2� 28' 24.834"S38� 10' 3.659"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); 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}); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point20 = new GPoint( 38.161339, -2.532608); var markerPhocaMarker20 = new GMarker(point20, {title:"Julius Kawia", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker20); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker20, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker20.openInfoWindowHtml('Julius KawiaNumber of Trees=600Acreage=3GPS: 2� 31' 57.389"S38� 9' 40.82"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point19 = new GPoint( 38.166191, -2.532420); var markerPhocaMarker19 = new GMarker(point19, {title:"Stephen Musyoka", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker19); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker19, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker19.openInfoWindowHtml('Stephen MusyokaNumber of Trees=24Acreage=1.75GPS: 2� 31' 56.712"S38� 9' 58.288"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point21 = new GPoint( 38.129723, -2.512576); var markerPhocaMarker21 = new GMarker(point21, {title:"Aphelina Mutunga", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker21); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker21, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker21.openInfoWindowHtml('Aphelina MutungaNumber of trees = 21Acreage = 20 GPS: 2� 30' 45.274"S38� 7' 47.003"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point22 = new GPoint( 38.209339, -2.471648); var markerPhocaMarker22 = new GMarker(point22, {title:"Kilunga King'ola", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker22); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker22, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker22.openInfoWindowHtml('Kilunga King'olaNumber of Trees = 300Acreage= 2
GPS: 2� 28' 17.933"S38� 12' 33.62"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point23 = new GPoint( 38.161068, -2.526635); var markerPhocaMarker23 = new GMarker(point23, {title:"Alex Kimanthi", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker23); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker23, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker23.openInfoWindowHtml('Alex KimanthiNumber of Trees=337Acreage=4GPS: 2� 31' 35.886"S38� 9' 39.845"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point24 = new GPoint( 38.159340, -2.543028); var markerPhocaMarker24 = new GMarker(point24, {title:"James Mukiti", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker24); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker24, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker24.openInfoWindowHtml('James MukitiNumber of Trees=60Acreage=1GPS: 2� 32' 34.901"S38� 9' 33.624"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point25 = new GPoint( 38.153996, -2.536732); var markerPhocaMarker25 = new GMarker(point25, {title:"Kasanga Muange", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker25); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker25, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker25.openInfoWindowHtml('Kasanga MuangeNumber of Trees=10Acreage=1GPS: 2� 32' 12.235"S38� 9' 14.386"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point26 = new GPoint( 38.119316, -2.497800); var markerPhocaMarker26 = new GMarker(point26, {title:"Johnson Mulinge", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker26); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker26, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker26.openInfoWindowHtml('Johnson MulingeNumber of trees = 1300Acreage = 5GPS: 2� 29' 52.08"S38� 7' 9.538"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point27 = new GPoint( 38.148376, -2.532173); var markerPhocaMarker27 = new GMarker(point27, {title:"Boniface Kivati", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker27); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker27, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker27.openInfoWindowHtml('Boniface KivatiNumber of Trees=780Acreage=3GPS: 2� 31' 55.823"S38� 8' 54.154"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point28 = new GPoint( 38.173336, -2.455300); var markerPhocaMarker28 = new GMarker(point28, {title:"Daniel Kioko", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker28); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker28, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker28.openInfoWindowHtml('Daniel KiokoNumber of trees = 50Acreage = 1GPS: 2� 27' 19.08"S38� 10' 24.01"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point29 = new GPoint( 38.147636, -2.526143); var markerPhocaMarker29 = new GMarker(point29, {title:"Peter Kioko", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker29); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker29, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker29.openInfoWindowHtml('Peter KiokoNumber of Trees=950Acreage=4GPS: 2� 31' 34.115"S38� 8' 51.49"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point30 = new GPoint( 38.173328, -2.454779); var markerPhocaMarker30 = new GMarker(point30, {title:"Nicholas Mulozi", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker30); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker30, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker30.openInfoWindowHtml('Nicholas MuloziNumber of trees =100Acreage = 0GPS: 2� 27' 17.204"S38� 10' 23.981"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point31 = new GPoint( 38.146545, -2.525196); var markerPhocaMarker31 = new GMarker(point31, {title:"Phoebe Samuel", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker31); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker31, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker31.openInfoWindowHtml('Phoebe SamuelNumber of Trees=90Acreage=1GPS: 2� 31' 30.706"S38� 8' 47.562"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); 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}); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point33 = new GPoint( 38.222298, -2.483948); var markerPhocaMarker33 = new GMarker(point33, {title:"Fransisca Mutiso Mwongeli", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker33); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker33, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker33.openInfoWindowHtml('Fransisca Mutiso MwongeliNumber of trees = 300
Acreage = 3GPS: 2� 29' 2.213"S38� 13' 20.273"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point34 = new GPoint( 38.124390, -2.483314); var markerPhocaMarker34 = new GMarker(point34, {title:"Rock catchment muliluni", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker34); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker34, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker34.openInfoWindowHtml('Rock catchment muliluniNumber of Trees=361Acreage=1GPS: 2� 28' 59.93"S38� 7' 27.804"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); 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}); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point36 = new GPoint( 38.031227, -2.278666); var markerPhocaMarker36 = new GMarker(point36, {title:"Margaret Wanza", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker36); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker36, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker36.openInfoWindowHtml('Margaret WanzaNumber of Trees=600Acreage=5GPS: 2� 16' 43.198"S38� 1' 52.417"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); 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}); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point38 = new GPoint( 38.204216, -2.495009); var markerPhocaMarker38 = new GMarker(point38, {title:"Jackson Nyamai", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker38); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker38, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker38.openInfoWindowHtml('Jackson NyamaiNumber of trees = 550Acreage = 0GPS: 2� 29' 42.032"S38� 12' 15.178"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); 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}); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point40 = new GPoint( 38.026360, -2.308973); var markerPhocaMarker40 = new GMarker(point40, {title:"Kibwezi Field Station", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker40); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker40, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker40.openInfoWindowHtml('Kibwezi Field StationNumber of trees = 4000Acreage = 10GPS: 2� 18' 32.303"S38� 1' 34.896"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); 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}); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; 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}); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point44 = new GPoint( 38.037022, -2.289941); var markerPhocaMarker44 = new GMarker(point44, {title:"Abednego Nyamasyo", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker44); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker44, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker44.openInfoWindowHtml('Abednego NyamasyoNumber of trees = 980Acreage = 0GPS: 2� 17' 23.788"S38� 2' 13.279"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); var phocaIcon = new GIcon(); phocaIcon.image = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/image.png'; phocaIcon.shadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/shadow.png'; phocaIcon.iconSize = new GSize(26,30); phocaIcon.shadowSize = new GSize(41,30); phocaIcon.iconAnchor = new GPoint(0,30); phocaIcon.infoWindowAnchor = new GPoint(13,0); phocaIcon.imageMap = [18,1,19,2,21,3,23,4,24,5,24,6,24,7,24,8,23,9,23,10,22,11,22,12,21,13,20,14,20,15,19,16,19,17,18,18,17,19,18,20,20,21,22,22,22,23,22,24,22,25,18,26,15,27,12,28,8,29,4,29,4,28,3,27,3,26,3,25,3,24,3,23,2,22,2,21,2,20,2,19,2,18,1,17,1,16,1,15,1,14,1,13,1,12,1,11,9,10,10,9,10,8,11,7,11,6,12,5,12,4,13,3,14,2,14,1];phocaIcon.printImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printImage.gif'; phocaIcon.mozPrintImage = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/mozPrintImage.gif'; phocaIcon.printShadow = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/printShadow.gif'; phocaIcon.transparent = '/components/com_phocamaps/assets/images/giconyellow/transparent.png'; var point45 = new GPoint( 38.020710, -2.267107); var markerPhocaMarker45 = new GMarker(point45, {title:"Jonathan Kaindi", icon:phocaIcon}); mapPhocaMap.addOverlay(markerPhocaMarker45); GEvent.addListener(markerPhocaMarker45, 'click', function() { markerPhocaMarker45.openInfoWindowHtml('Jonathan KaindiNumber of Trees=800Acreage=5GPS: 2� 16' 1.585"S38� 1' 14.556"E'); }); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'DOMMouseScroll', CancelEventPhocaMap); GEvent.addDomListener(tstPhocaMap, 'mousewheel', CancelEventPhocaMap); } } function setDirections(fromPMAddress, toPMAddress, locale) { dirPhocaMap.load("from: " fromPMAddress " to: " toPMAddress, {"language" : "en"}); } function handleErrors(){ if (dirPhocaMap.getStatus().code == G_GEO_UNKNOWN_ADDRESS) { alert("No corresponding geographic location could be found for one of the specified addresses. This may be due to the fact that the address is relatively new, or it may be incorrect."); } else if (dirPhocaMap.getStatus().code == G_GEO_SERVER_ERROR) { alert("Request could not be successfully processed."); } else if (dirPhocaMap.getStatus().code == G_GEO_MISSING_QUERY) { alert("No query was specified in the input."); } else if (dirPhocaMap.getStatus().code == G_UNAVAILABLE_ADDRESS) { alert("Route cannot be returned due to legal or contractual reasons"); } else if (dirPhocaMap.getStatus().code == G_GEO_BAD_KEY) { alert("The given key is either invalid or does not match the domain for which it was given."); } else if (dirPhocaMap.getStatus().code == G_GEO_BAD_REQUEST) { alert("Request could not be successfully parsed."); } else if (dirPhocaMap.getStatus().code == G_GEO_UNKNOWN_DIRECTIONS) { alert("There is no route available between the two points, or there is no data for routing in that region."); } else if (dirPhocaMap.getStatus().code == G_GEO_TOO_MANY_QUERIES) { alert("The given key has gone over the requests limit or has submitted too many requests in too short a period of time."); } else { alert("An unknown error occurred"); } } function initialize() { if (GBrowserIsCompatible()) { tstPhocaMap.setAttribute("oldValue",0); tstPhocaMap.setAttribute("refreshMap",0); tstIntPhocaMap=setInterval("CheckPhocaMap()",500); } } google.setOnLoadCallback(initialize); // ]]>

Managed Server Solution

Provides the client with an opportunity to have their server set up and managed along industry best standards; the Advanced Server solution implements the Active Directory platform for centralized management of users and security policies customized with clients requirements.

Larry Ndika Kefa

Position Graphic Designer Profession Graphic Designer Experience 5 Years Years with Firm 4 year Nationality Kenyan Membership to Professional Bodies: Academic Qualifications: February 2012 - May 2012 Diploma in Computer Software Application Packages (CAPS) - Graffins College Employment Record: Sep 2013 to date Arch-link International Ltd – Graphic Designer Sept. 2012 to April 2013 Smart Printers Ltd. – Graphic Designer/Intern

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Map Kibera

Kibera in Nairobi, Kenya, was a blank spot on the map until November 2009, when young Kiberans created the first free and open digital map of their own community. Map Kibera has now grown into a complete interactive community information project.

How to Become a Distributor

Do you want to become one of our local agents for the HBOX set-top box brand? We are currently involved in distribution of a set-top box with a brand name HBOX which is used to migrate analogue TV signals to digital signals. Our set-top box is approved by Communication Commission of Kenya after it went through thorough testing by them and Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (Kenya's national broadcasting company) for over a year. We have the sole contract with the equipment manufacturer to supply HBOX set boxes in Africa.For further details please contact us using the "Contact Us" form.

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Diaspora Loans

These are the loans that can be issued to someone in the Diaspora so as to cover for family emergency or any need in Kenya. Applicants will need to fill out the Diaspora application form and forward the form to the office. The requirements are similar to other loan products.

Josephat Ngige

Position Support Staff Profession Driver and Electrician Experience 5 years Years with Firm 4 years Nationality Kenyan Membership to Professional Bodies: 2002 Auto mobile Association Kenya (AAK) Academic Qualifications: 2009 - 2010 Auto Mobile Association of Kenya Employment Record: January 2010 to Date Arch-link International Ltd. - Support Staff September 2004 to 2010 Driving – Driver

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Cookswell Jikos is a small but growing family owned Kenyan hybrid-business. We provide our customers with the best quality charcoal and wood fueled stoves, portable convection ovens, BBQ's, smokers, space heaters and improved charcoal making kilns. Our products are designed and handcrafted in Kenya by professional Kenyan artisans personally trained by the late great jiko inventor, Dr. Maxwell Kinyanjui.   Cookswell Jikos advocates for the sustainable production, management and utilization of wood fuels as one of the many renewable energy resources for East Africa’s cooking needs.   We proudly include a free packet of KEFRI certified acacia tree seeds with every product purchased to further the goal of helping people make charcoal a sustainable energy source. To add to our renewable biomass energy forestry programs we have established The Woodlands 2000 Trust (https://www.facebook.com/Woodlands2000Trust) with support from the Tamarind Kenya Group https://www.tamarind.co.ke/ to promote dryland commercial agroforestry tree growing around Kenya and East Africa for greater woodfuel security. We also make innovative and simple to use portable, mobile kilns to make your own free charcoal at home from tree branches and twigs or maize cobs, coconut husks and other woody biomass to reduce the demand on traditional charcoal sources.     
Please order your new stove or oven and have it delivered to any major town in Kenya. We also have a network of local transport providers for delivery around East Africa and beyond.    We are very happy to announce that we now have our first international export and distribution partner based in The Hague, Nederlands and online at http://www.cookswell.eu  which provides low cost international shipping to any corner of the world!    Save money, Save energy and Eat Well with Cookswell!   

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Somali Atlas Project

iMAP Africa, Embassy of Italy (Nairobi), UN-OCHA and Somalia Water and Land Information Management (FAO- SWALIM) together participated in the production of Atlas for Somalia (Second Edition).

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Sustainable and profitable animal and horticultural products

Advanced Server Support

Expands the Managed Server Support solution and provides an end to end support service for enterprises server infrastructure covering basic hardware support, operating system support, periodic preventive maintenance, installation and management of active directory support all for an affordable monthly fee.

Strawberry

Straw Berries Kshs. 150 for a pack of 200 gms.

Anncate Ndwiga

Position Accountant Profession Accounting and Finance Experience 7 years Post-Qualification Experience Years with Firm 3 years Nationality Kenyan Membership to Professional Bodies: 2002 ICPAK Academic Qualifications: 2013 May to date Bachelor of Ccommerce (Accounts) - Egerton University Employment Record: Jan 2014 to date Arch-link International Ltd. – Accountant Jan. 2009 to March 2013 Accountant

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We provide materials that are Useful in the Media Sector of Kenya

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Managed Desktop Support

A service which standardizes and supports the entire desktop platform of our clients, upgrading the operating system to windows XP, installing standard applications and centralizing antivirus solutions

Kenya National Library Service

Client: Kenya National Library Service - Kenya Location: Buruburu - Nairobi Project Value: KSh 220 Million Project Status: Complete Project Summary:  

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Welcome to Migwi Farm

Migwi Farm is dedicated to unique, sustainable and profitable animal and horticultural products. We engage in organic farming methods as we aim to produce good quality, specialty vegetables and fruits to supply local consumers, hotels, hospitals as well as the export market.

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Ridgeways, kiambu road,
P.o.Box,101712-00101,
Nairobi Email: info@imap.co.ke
Tel: 254-723-679082,020-1592409

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What We Do

Horticultural Farming Rabbit Farming Quail Farming Livestock Farming Greenhouse Farming Seed Propagation Fish Farming Fruit Farming

Computer Support, Repair and Maintenance

Computer Cleaning and Dusting Program installation and upgrading User Support and Training

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Renovations & Extensions of Marshall House

Client: Central Bank of Kenya Pensions Fund - Kenya Location: CBD - Nairobi Project Value: KSh 45 Million Project Status: Complete Project Summary:  

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Re-defining Safari Experience

Horticultural Farming

We grow various horticultural produce organically Some of the crops we grow include:- Red Onions White Onions Chives Leeks Chinese Cabbage Spinach Kales Saget (traditional vegetables) Managu Terere Cow Peas (Kunde) Green, Yellow and Red Capsicum Brinjals Parsley Brocolli Cauliflower Nduma Sweet Potatoes Purple Cabbage Cabbage Tomatoes Radish Sparkler Okra Basil Mint Rosemary Baby Spinach

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Safari Il Moran

Day 01: NAIROBI: Arrival in Nairobi at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, met by our Customer Service Officer and assisted through customs and immigration formalities and onto your waiting vehicle.
Transfer to a Nairobi hotel. Balance of the day at leisure for relaxation.
Dinner and overnight at the GIRAFFE MANOR – (Full board) Day 02: NAIROBI – FLY SHABA: Early breakfast at the Hotel, Morning  transfer to Wilson Airport for a scheduled flight Wilson/Shaba(Shaffa airstrip) 08:00/09:05 hrs.  On arrival in Shaba, met on Camps 4x4 vehicle (non-exclusive use, maximum 06 persons per vehicle) and transfer to the Camp with a morning game viewing drive enroute. Lunch at the Camp. Afternoon game viewing drive / activities.
Dinner and overnight at the JOY’S CAMP. Day 03: SHABA: Full day in Shaba National Reserve with mornings and afternoon game viewing drives /activities.
(See list of included activities on included items).
All meals and overnight at the JOY’S CAMP. Day 04: SAMBURU   -  FLY MAASAI MARA: Breakfast at the Camp, this morning transfer to the Shaffa airstrip for a scheduled flight Shaffa/Maasai Mara 0910/1115 hrs. On arrival in Maasai Mara airstrip, met on Camps 4x4 vehicle (non-exclusive use, maximum 06 persons per vehicle) and transfer to the Camp. Lunch at the Camp.
Afternoon game viewing drive / activities.
Dinner and overnight at the  MARA EXPLORER. Day 05 & 06: MAASAI MARA: Full two more day in Maasai Mara National Reserve with morning, mid morning  and afternoon game viewing drives to explore the diverse wildlife species that abound in this Reserve.
All meals and overnights at the  MARA EXPLORER. Day 07: MAASAI MARA –  NAIROBI & DEPARTURE: Dawn game viewing drive. Breakfast at the Camp. Thereafter transfer to the airstrip for a scheduled flight Maasai Mara/Nairobi 11:00/12:15 hrs. On arrival, in Nairobi’s Wilson Airpot,  met and transferred to Carnivore Restaurant for lunch. Late afternoon Transfer to the Jomo Kenyatta International  Airport for scheduled international  departure flight - 03 hours prior to international flight departure time.
Or Optional extension to Mombasa  or Zanzibar – available upon request.

REQUEST FOR THE PRICING: Notes: - Children under 12 years not allowed in at Mara Explorer. QUOTATION INCLUDES: Arrival and departure Airport transfers in Nairobi, and all other transfers in the Nairobi City in a 4x4 Toyota Landcruiser (07 window seats) on exclusive basis. Full board accommodation in Nairobi. Lunch at the carnivore Restaurant. Full board accommodation whilst on safari Park entrance fees to all parks/reserves/conservation areas Airstrip transfers and game viewing drives in Shaba and Maasai Mara National Reserves in Camp’s 4x4 vehicle (non-exclusive) seat-in-car basis, maximum 06 persons per vehicle with an English speaking driver/Guide. Scheduled flight Nairobi-Shaba, Shaba-Maasai Mara, Maasai Mara-Nairobi and the applicable local departure taxes/flight insurance. ALSO INCLUDED AT JOY CAMP, SHABA: Day game drives on Lodge-based 4x4 vehicle on seat-in – car basis (non exclusive use of vehicle) Guided walks Laundry Bush breakfast/lunch Soft drinks, Beers, house wines, non-luxury spirits, (NOT included are luxury spirits, champagne and select wines) ALSO INCLUDED AT MARA EXPLORER CAMP IN MAASAI MARA: 03 game viewing drives per day, bush breakfast, bush dinner, bird walks personal butler, laundry, soft drinks, local beers and wine.

About Us

Afyadeli is a family run home-based businessowned by Pamela Kendi. Our products represent the health & fitness values on which we practice on ourselves and our children. Healthy food options are not easy to come by especially for baked products. Our gluten-free/sugar-free banana muffins are our first step in offering healthier options for you and your family.

Fruit Farming

We currently have Strawberry and Watermelons. We shall be introducing other fruits such as Avocado soon !

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Jim Comptech Systems was formed with the aim of providing professional, fast and reliable technical assistance to business owners and residential customers. A one-call solution for all of their computer needs.VISION, MISSION, VALUESVision - To be the preferred ICT vendor, consulting and training provider to SME and micro enterprises in Kenya and East Africa by the year 2015.Mission - To continuously deliver superior value to our customers, by sourcing/designing quality solutions and maintaining beneficial business relationships, for the overall benefit of our customers and all other stakeholders.

Banking Hall and Headquarter Offices

Client: Kirinyaga District Farmers Ltd. - Kenya Location: Kerugoya Town Project Value: KSh 42 Million Project Status: Start Date: June 2001
Completion Date: April 2003 Project Summary:

Safari Chyulu

Day 01: NAIROBI: Arrival in Nairobi at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, met by our Customer Service Officer and assisted through customs and immigration formalities and onto your waiting vehicle.
Transfer to a Nairobi hotel. Balance of the day at leisure for relaxation.
Dinner and overnight at the GIRAFFE MANOR – (Full board) Day 02: NAIROBI – FLY CHYULU HILLS: Early breakfast at the Hotel, transfer to Wilson Airport for a scheduled flight Wilson/Chyulu 07:30/08:20 hrs.  On arrival in Chyulu, met on Lodge’s 4x4 vehicle (non-exclusive use, maximum 06 persons per vehicle) and transfer to the Lodge with a morning game viewing drive enroute. Lunch at the Camp.
Afternoon game viewing drive / activities.
Dinner and overnight at the  OL DONYO WUAS LODGE – standard cottage Day 03 & 04: CHYULU HILLS (OL DOINYO WUAS) Full day in Loisaba Ranch with morning and afternoon game viewing drives /activities.
(See list of included activities on included items).
All meals and overnight at the OLDONYO WUAS LODGE. – standard cottage Day 05: CHYULU HILLS  -  FLY NAIROBI - NAIVASHA: Breakfast at the Camp and transfer to the airstrip for a scheduled flight Chyulu/Wilson. 08:30/09:50 hrs.
On arrival, in Nairobi, Wilson Airport, met and drive to Lake Naivasha area to the Chui Lodge, in Oserian Sanctuary. Lunch at the Lodge. Afternoon game viewing drive / activities.
Dinner and overnight at the CHUI LODGE  – standard room. Day 06:  NAIVASHA): Full day in Naivasha at the Oserian Sanctuary with activities.
(See list of included activities on included items).
All meals and overnight at the CHUI LODGE. – standard room Day 07: NAIVASHA   -  MAASAI MARA: Breakfast at the Lodge. Morning game viewing drive/activities. Lunch at the Lodge. Transfer to the Loldi aairstrip for a scheduled light aircraft flight Naivasha/Maasai Mara 1510/1550 hrs. On arrival in Maasai Mara airstrip, met on Camps 4x4 vehicle (non-exclusive use, maximum 06 persons per vehicle) and transfer to the Camp with late afternoon game viewing drive enroute.
Dinner and overnight at the COTTARS 1920’S CAMP. Day 08 & 09: MAASAI MARA: Full day in Maasai Mara with morning and afternoon game viewing drives/activities.
(See list of included activities on included items).
All meals and overnight at the COTTARS 1920’S CAMP. Day 10: MAASAI MARA –  NAIROBI & DEPARTURE: Dawn game viewing drive. Breakfast at the Camp. Thereafter transfer to the airstrip for a scheduled flight Maasai Mara/Nairobi 1100/1215 hrs. On arrival, in Nairobi’s Wilson Airpot,  met and transferred to a Nairobi Hotel (use of room & meals excluded). At a later hour trasferred to Jomo Kenyatta International  Airport for scheduled international  departure flight - 03 hours prior to international flight departure time.

REQUEST FOR THE PRICING: Notes: -Children under 06 years not recommended at Chui Lodge. -Oldonyo Wuas Lodge based on a standard cottage without a pool. Optional supplement for the Cottage with pool over the standard cottage: per person per night sharing a double tent US$ 180 QUOTATION INCLUDES: Arrival and departure Airport transfers in Nairobi, and all other transfers in the City in a 4x4 Toyota land Cruiser (07 window seats) on exclusive basis. Transfer Nairobi – Naivasha in a 4x4 Toyota Landcruiser Full board accommodation in Nairobi. Full board accommodation whilst on safari Park entrance fees to all parks/reserves/conservation areas Airstrip transfers and game viewing drives in Chyulu, Naivasha, Maasai Mara on Camp’s 4x4 vehicle (non-exclusive) seat-in-car basis, maximum 06 persons per vehicle with an English speaking driver/Guide. Scheduled flight Nairobi-Chyulu-Mairobi, Naivasha-Maasai Mara - Nairobi and the applicable local departure taxes/flight insurance. ALSO INCLUDED AT OLDONYO LODGE: Guided walks mountain bike rides, soft drinks, beer, house wine (EXCEPT champagne & luxury spirits and select wines) and laundry ALSO INCLUDED AT CHUI LODGE: Day and night game drives in Oserian sanctuary on Lodge-based 4x4 vehicle on seat-in – car basis (non exclusive use of vehicle) Boat trips and fishing on Lake Naivasha Day game drives in Hell’s Gate National Park (Entrance fees NOT included aand payable direct) Guided walks Laundry Bush breakfast and sundowners. Soft drinks, Beers, house wines, mineral water, (NOT included are spirits, champagne and special wines) ALSO INCLUDED AT COTTARS 1920’S CAMP: Day and night game drives on Lodge-based 4x4 vehicle on seat-in – car basis (non exclusive use of vehicle) Guided walks Laundry Massage Bush breakfast/lunch/Dinner Soft drinks, Beers, house wines, non-luxury spirits, (NOT included are luxury spirits, champagne and select wines)

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Seed Propagation

We also use Seed Trays in a greenhouse to maximise on seed propagation. Using planting media and seed trays, we can germinate your seeds and save you space, hassle and time. We shall deliver fully germinated seedlings ready for planting.

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Runyenjes Office Block

Client: Ansai Ltd Location: Runyenjes Project Value: KSh 17.4 Million Project Status: Tender Stage Project Summary:

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Day 01: NAIROBI: Arrival in Nairobi at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, met by our Customer Service Officer and assisted through customs and immigration formalities and onto your waiting vehicle.
Transfer to a Nairobi hotel. Balance of the day at leisure for relaxation.
Dinner and overnight at the GIRAFFE MANOR – (Full board) Day 02: NAIROBI – FLY AMBOSELI: Breakfast at the Hotel, thereafter transfer to Wilson Airport for a scheduled flight Wilson/Amboseli. 07:30/09:00 hrs. On arrival in Amboseli airstrip, met on Camps 4x4 vehicle (non-exclusive use, maximum 06 persons per vehicle). Morning game viewing drive in Amboseli National park.
Lunch at the camp. Late afternoon game viewing drive enroute.
Dinner and overnight at the TORTILIS TENTED CAMP. Day 03: AMBOSELI: Full day in Amboseli  with morning and afternoon game viewing drives/activities. With views of majestic snow capped mount Kilimanjaro on the back ground – if a clear day.
All meals and overnight at the TORTILIS TENTED CAMP. Day 04: AMBOSELI – FLY NAIROBI – FLY MAASAI MARA: Breakfast at the Camp and transfer to the airstrip for a scheduled flight Amboseli/Wilson  09:05/09:50 hrs. on arrival connect onto onwards scheduled flight Wilson/Maasai Mara 10:00/10:45 hrs. On arrival in Maasai Mara airstrip, met on Camps 4x4 vehicle (non-exclusive use, maximum 06 persons per vehicle) and transfer to the Camp. Lunch at the Camp. Afternoon game viewing drive / activities.
Dinner and overnight at the  MARA EXPLORER. Day 05 & 06: MAASAI MARA: Full two more day in Maasai Mara National Reserve with morning, mid morning  and afternoon game viewing drives to explore the diverse wildlife species that abound in this Reserve.
All meals and overnights at the  MARA EXPLORER. Day 07: MAASAI MARA –  NAIROBI & DEPARTURE: Dawn game viewing drive. Breakfast at the Camp. Thereafter transfer to the airstrip for a scheduled flight Maasai Mara/Nairobi 11:00/12:15 hrs. On arrival, in Nairobi’s Wilson Airpot,  met and transferred to Carnivore Restaurant for lunch. Late afternoon Transfer to the Jomo Kenyatta International  Airport for scheduled international  departure flight - 03 hours prior to international flight departure time.
Or Optional extension to Mombasa  or Zanzibar – available upon request.
 

REQUEST FOR THE PRICING: Notes: -Children under 12 years not allowed in at Mara Explorer. QUOTATION INCLUDES: Arrival and departure Airport transfers in Nairobi, and all other transfers in the City in a 4x4 Toyota landcruiser (07 window seats) on exclusive basis. Full board accommodation in Nairobi. Full board accommodation whilst on safari Park entrance fees to all parks/reserves/conservation areas Airstrip transfers and game viewing drives in Maasai Mara and Amboseli in Camp’s 4x4 vehicle (non-exclusive) seat-in-car basis, maximum 06 persons per vehicle with an English speaking driver/Guide. Scheduled flight Nairobi – Amboseli – Nairobi, Nairobi-Maasai Mara – Nairobi and the applicable local departure taxes/flight insurance. ALSO INCLUDED AT TORTILIS TENTED CAMP: Full board, soft drinks, beer & house wine Non-luxury spirits Game drives, guided bush walks Transfers to cultural visits Bush breakfasts & Sundowners Limited laundry ALSO INCLUDED AT MARA EXPLORER CAMP IN MAASAI MARA: 03 game viewing drives per day, bush breakfast, bush dinner, bird walks personal butler, laundry, soft drinks, local beers and wine.

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Fish Farming

Migwi Farm alos engages in the fish farming business. Our fish bonds produce tilapia and other varieties of fish that we sell on the local market.

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Moi Avenue / Haile Salassie Avenue. Pioneers House, 5th Floor.
Po Box 15726 (00100)
Nairobi.

Tel 254 020 2641015, 254 722979527
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Superior Nutritional Value: These banana-muffins are packed full of dietary fiber, healthy carbohydrates, protein vitamins and minerals. Enjoy your favorite muffin without having to worry about your waist-line, excessive sugar, gluten allergies, and the bad fats (Trans-fats). It makes a great snack in the office or at home. The nut-free variety is a perfect to-school snack for your kids. Ingredients: Brown rice flour, Sorghum flour, Cassava flour, eggs, bananas, dates, skim milk powder, apple cider vinegar, coconut oil and natural spices

Rabbit Farming

Rabbit farming is one of the most lucrative farming ventures in Kenya. Migwi Farm engage in the breeding and sale of rabbits.

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Proposed Office Block

Client: Kibicho & Co. Advocates - Kenya Location: Kabarnet Road, Nairobi Project Value: KSh 240 Million Project Status: Tender Stage Project Summary:  

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Livestock Farming

We are also into livestock farming. We keep cattle and poultry and are open to do business with any customer who would like to buy our livestock products.

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Thika Greens Golf Course Estate

Client: Thika greens Limited - Kenya Location: Thika Municipality Project Value: Golf Course = 330 Million
Club Houses = 106 Million
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Hotel = 240 Million Project Status: Proposal Stage Project Summary:  

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About Us

Konce Limited is a firm that has been in service for over 15 years specializing in plumbing and consultancy services. Our firm was established with a focus in efficiency, quality and timely delivery. By upholding these principles of efficient quality on time delivery, this has seen us keep a consistent growth upwards and forward serving the various levels of clientel. Our well trained and experienced staff perform well under the most stringent  and complicated conditions. We value our customer's homes & business and realize that quality and reliability are the essence of success and longevity in this industry. Our Vision To be the industrial leaders in plumbing and plumbing technology. Our Core Values Efficiency, Quality & Excellence

Quail Farming

Quail eggs are widely known for their high nutritional value. We have not been left behind when it comes to the breeding of these special birds. We are one of Central Province's breeders of quails.

Amazon Shopping Complex

Client: Mr. Francis Waweru Location: Roysambu - Nairobi Project Value: KSh 540 Million Project Status: Concept Design Project Summary:  

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Plumbing New construction Renovation Commercial applications Septic and Sewer Lines Drain Cleaning Backflow Testing Water Softening Systems Garburators Hot Water Heating and Tanks Boilers Unit Heaters Remodeling

Greenhouse Farming

Greenhouse farming is ideal for space conservation as well as for sensitive crops such as coloured capsicum, tomatoes and some vegetables. In our greenhouse we have coloured Capsicum (Pilipili hoho)

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Client: Kirinyaga Farmers Sacco Location: Kirinyaga Project Value: KSh 25 Million Project Status: Complete Project Summary:  

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Everything grows here!! it is said that if you lean your walking stick against an outside wall at night, it will be a tree in the morning!! That’s East Africa, our safari domain. Consisting of the 04 countries:(Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda). We operate custom made: Safaris in Kenya, Safaris in Tanzania & Safaris in Uganda and Rwanda. Located along the Equatorial climatic zone, the region enjoys an invigorating safari friendly climate all year round. We cut a niche in the safari circles by principally taking care of the private family safaris, Individual travelers Safaris and up-market  safari needs. Through innovative planning of your safari by keen professionals, our objective is to provide you, a discerning traveler with an enriching safari experience of a life time and still promote a less impacting, community supportive and eco-friendly tourism, with use of the exclusive Luxury Tented safari Camps / safari Lodges in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda. We nevertheless have a selection of medium budget safaris and standard budget safaris, which would be-fit any safari seeker and whose accommodations are based on standard safari Lodges, very competitively priced and classified as 03 to 05 stars by the local Tourism Authorities. Our safari Guides are picked from seasoned safari professionals with numerous years of field guiding experience, excellent customer care skills and wealth of knowledge on East Africa wildlife and fauna. We take pleasure in hosting you through our intense tours of the East African varied safari attractions and relaxing visits to the historical Coastal towns of Mombasa, Lamu, Malindi, Dar es Salaam & Zanzibar, located along the coast of the blue green Indian Ocean with white sandy beaches and bustling songs of the birds!. Africa awaits for you!!!!   Top Notch Luxury Safaris Team.

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Migwi Farm also provides value added services. Kitchen Garden We offer compact kitchen garden solutions to allow those that do not have adequate farm space or just want to grow a few things for their daily consumption. Living space in Nairobi is getting smaller and the cost of food going up. Migwi farm now offers you the chance to grow and harvest food items at home. Everyday produce like Coriander (Dhania), Leafy Vegetables (spinach, sukuma), Basil, Rosemary and Mint can be delivered to your house in a pre-planted kit. Now imagine picking Dhania from your balcony or your back yard. Home and Office Delivery Migwi Farm now offers home and office delivery of fresh assorted vegetables and herbs. You can choose weekly or monthly delivery. We can even chop your vegetables! Agronomist Visits If you would like for an agronomist to visit your farm and perform a health check or even provide advisory services to your farm workers we are able to arrange these services for you.

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Proposed Kengen Office Complex - Masinga

Client: Kengen Location: Masinga
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Proposed Haile Selassie Avenue - Business Complex

Client: Kenya Railways Retirement Benefits Scheme. Location: Muthurwa - CBD - Nairobi Project Value: KSh 5.4 Billion Project Status: Feasibility Stage Project Summary:

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Proposed Madaraka Apartments

Client: Kenya Railways Retirement Benefits Scheme Location: Nairobi West Project Value: KSh 350 Million Project Status: Feasibility Stage Project Summary:

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Occidental Plaza, 4th flr. Muthithi Rd.,Westlands
P.O. BOX 101658-00101, 
Nairobi, Kenya.
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Proposed Spiritual Center - Nanyuki

Client: Benedictine Monastery - Nanyuki Location: Nanyuki Project Value: KSh 33.4 Million Project Status: On going Project Summary:  

About iMAP International

iMap International envisions growth ensured by customer satisfaction, cost-effective in-time delivery by qualified & experienced personnel with varied project experience coupled with state-of-the-art infrastructure. Consistently achieved customer delight by focusing on value adding activities throughout our value chain effective and responsive systems and processes that will underpin our business decisions to manage risks. Become an exciting organization which attracts and retains best talent worldwide for global competitiveness.

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Proposed Pastoral Center - Nairobi

Client: Camillian Fathers Location: Dennis Pritt Road - Kilimani Project Value: KSh 120 Million Project Status: On going Project Summary:  

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Client: FEP Holding Limited Location: Athi river Project Value: KShs. 1 billion Project Status: Ongoing Project Summary:  

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Where it All Began Paddycom Ltd is a subsidiary of Paddy Group of companies, specializing in providing cutting-edge ICT and telematics solutions including real time vehicle tracking, fleet management, motor cycle & asset management solutions. Padddycom was firstly founded in 2007 under Paddy Micro Investments Ltd to support tracking services for clients financed to purchase vehicles and motor cycles. However, over the last four years, Paddycom has witnessed tremendous growth in its portfolio of customers seeking asset finance loans hence diversification and commercialization of tracking business to optimize on heavy investment in the state-of-the art vehicle tracking system and control room We offer highly competitive and customized telematics solutions, currently tracking over 1,000 vehicles including our own fleet of 200 vehicles. Our tracking business is managed by a team of highly qualified and experienced personnel, providing exceptional 24/7 customer care and technical support. Our Vision We aspire to be the market leader of choice in ICT and end-to-end telematics solutions in the East and Central African region. Our Mission Our mission is to provide customers with the best and most affordable tracking systems for their applications using cutting edge technology as we strive to exceed our customers' expectations. Our Values The values that Paddycom Ltd believes are invaluable to the industry’s long-term success include: Accountability – This involves including visibility into the full vehicle, driver and service history, in addition to having transparent and on-demand reporting for decision support. Safety – A very crucial aspect, which is catered for by providing programs for driver-behaviour training and greater operational support for fleet professionals. Sustainability – This is achieved through continuous improvement programs that monitor and report on fuel consumption, carbon emissions and other “green” key performance indicators (KPIs) Innovation – Taking pride in delivering on and anticipating customers’ needs with new fleet products and services Commercial Leadership – An ever-present goal that is attained by employing new and innovative technologies that are used to identify opportunities for achieving efficiency and for creating new market opportunities. Our Clients Paddycom prides in providing superior vehicle tracking and fleet management solutions to a spectrum of various clients including; Local distributors Taxi and car hire companies General cargo transporters Individuals Motor cycle owners Corporates and mid-sized SMEs  

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Tel: 254-20-2503637
Mobile: 254735195969, 254716852202
P.O Box 73639
City Square 00200,
Nairobi - Kenya.
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Proposed Mt. Kenya View Cottages

Client: Tinto Enterprises Location: Nanyuki - Kenya Project Value: KSh 93 Million Project Status: Concept Design Project Summary:  

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Paddycom Ltd is a leading provider of location-based tracking for various applications including vehicles, people and assets, and is the resource management system of choice for leading local and international corporations. With a range of tailored solutions designed with the consumer and business user in mind, Paddycom Ltd will help you track, protect and manage your vehicles and people while they are out on the road.  We offer: RETRIEVE TRACKER SYSTEM - This is designed for personal vehicles. Depending on the device that you have fitted, an alert is generated if your vehicle is moved illegally or without your knowledge.Read More FLEET TRACKER SYSTEM - Our fleet tracker system provides real time and historical information for your commercial fleet movements. It is tailored for any company that requires tracking with a fleet of 2 vehicles or more, who are interested in increased productivity, fleet management, improved fleet utilization, customer service, employee satisfaction, reducing fuel bills and cutting communications costs.Read More TRAILER TRACKER SYSTEM - This is the ultimate solution for owners of heavy commercial vehicles. It offers world-class driver and vehicle management functionality including tracking, reporting and basic fuel measurement reporting. This system’s features are to: Read More Personal Tracker System The Personal Remote Position device transmits the longitude and latitude co-ordinates to an authorized cell phone. You can use these features for protecting and tracking children and the elderly. Furthermore, you can use it for other security purposes such as asset protection and on other belongings which need remote positioning such as animals. Parents can rest assured of their children’s safety when they are away by using a GPS device to track them, which has a panic button that will send alerts to the parents via phone when pressed. Motorcycle Tracker System This is designed for motorcycle users. Its features include: An in-built motion-sensor which notifies the user instantly in case the bike is in jeopardy Enabling the user to receive useful reports such as speed, trips or zone crossings The SMS feature in this system enables the user to:  Track the motorcycle which can also be done via GPRS Get street addresses Get Google links for current locations  These solutions provide accurate text reports of travel & stop times, locations, speed and map displays showing routes travelled, thereby allowing customers to track and manage their assets and vehicles very conveniently using their mobile phones and be immediately notified of any unexpected events on the road. Easy-to-read reports and maps provide managers and dispatchers the opportunity to monitor driver/vehicle efficiency and productivity 24 hours a day, 7 days a week using real-time or historical data.  

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Konce Building & Services Ltd,
P. O. Box 64147 - 0620,
Nairiobi Tel: 254 722 590450
Email: info@konce.co.ke

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Client: Mr & Mrs Ngugi Location: Karen - Nairobi Project Value: KSh. 13 Million Project Status: On-going Project Summary:   Client: Ms Becky Ngondo Location: Runda - Nairobi Project Value: KSh 11 Million Project Status: On-going Project Summary:  

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Our platform processes thousands of data-points and our skills are in making this data quick and simple to use – delivering the right information to you whenever you need it. For example, for a single vehicle, trailer or mobile asset we take a positional feed every 20 seconds via a small box installed in the vehicle that calculates positional information from the network of GPS satellites and transmit this information over the GPRS network. You are able to receive your asset/vehicle information either through the web, email or as a text message on your mobile phone. Key Features The Paddycom website comprises four key elements, all of which feature familiar PC tools and icons to ensure that users become rapidly conversant with the system.   Status Display The tracking solution’s Status Display provides an overview as to the location and activity of each individual vehicle.  Double-clicking a particular vehicle identifies it on the map and provides access to more in-depth detail as to its current operational status.   Mapping Using either our own mapping system or Google’s Satellite Maps, the tracking solution maps provide vehicle-position information with pinpoint accuracy.  The system allows routes (both current and historical) to be traced on screen and distances calculated with ease. The basic report method is by SMS, while the other method is by GPRS, where data reports are sent at different time intervals to the server.    Timeline The tracking solution Timeline provides a visual record of 'events' for each vehicle in the fleet. These events are pre-programmed to meet the user's requirements and can relate to any aspect of operation.  The ignition being switched on or off, doors being opened or closed, or a vehicle entering a 'geo-fenced' area are all examples of events.  Double-clicking an individual timeline expands it to full screen width, revealing detailed information on the particular vehicle to which it relates.   Reports The tracking solution historical data can be used to monitor and identify trends which can be then be translated into efficiency-enhancing actions that provide real business benefit.  The tracking solution is backed by a comprehensive suite of reports telling you all you need to know.

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Runda Conference Centre

Client: Catholic diocese of Muranga Location: Ridgeways Nairobi Project Value: KSh 300 million Project Status: Ongoing Project Summary:  

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By providing real-time information in an easy-to-use and visually appealing format, our tracking solution tells you precisely where your vehicles are, where they have been and how best to route them when a new job comes along.  a)   By using our vehicle tracking solution, customers will be able to eliminate unnecessary costs, thus increasing company’s profitability by : Keeping tabs on  workforce whilst out of the office Reducing Operating Costs - By monitoring activities like speeding or excessive idling ,thus saving and reducing damage to the engine, brakes and tires.  Reducing miles travelled Defending spurious accident claims Ensuring vehicles are not used outside authorized hours or areas. b)    We’ll also help improve customer service by ensuring:  Speedy arrival at site Providing customers with accurate information about expected time of arrival Check the time your staff spent on site. c)   Vehicle tracking also gives the tools to keep drivers safe and secure as you: Know where your staff are working See if your vehicles are being driven at excessive speed d)   We will help in addressing crisis scenarios whereby: In case of natural calamities, accidents, theft of vehicles and other crisis scenarios, fleet management our company headquarters can appraise situations, inform police cruisers and make the relevant decisions or calls on the movement or stalling of vehicles.  e)   Vehicle Alerts Automated alerts sent to you via email or text message allow you to monitor fleet activity while away from your computer. f)    We shall provide 24/7 technical support and surveillance g)   We will help finance customers purchase and install tracking devices through our sister company Paddy Micro Investments Ltd at very competitive terms h)   We shall encourage our micro-finance clients to open transactional accounts at the bank i)    We shall assist in recovery of stolen vehicles by involving police and security agents

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Sagana Hotel

Client: Kisima Real Estate Ltd. Location: Sagana Kenya Project Value: KSh 800 million Project Status: Ongoing Project Summary:  

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Vocational Training Center

Client: FEP holding limited Location: Sagana Kirinyaga county Project Value: KSh 100 Million Project Status: Ongoing Project Summary:  

Our Unrivalled Expertise

At Paddycom Ltd, we pride ourselves on our understanding and attention to detail, not only after the sale but also in every single process involved before providing any of our services and considering a sale successful. In so doing, we actively ensure that our expertise in the Vehicle Tracking Systems is unrivalled, especially when the following aspects of the company are considered: Currently, our board and staff members have between 3 to10 years of experience. All this combined experience empowers our staff and places them in the enviable position of providing practical expert advice, helping customers make the right investment decision and satisfying their individual business needs. Our client base spans from service engineers to haulage, construction to sales reps and distributors. At  Paddycom, we pride ourselves on our understanding of how different industry sectors utilize Vehicle Tracking Systems within their organization, thus we are able comfortably customize our products and services to suit our individual clients’ needs. Our employee training program is rigorous and intensive, ensuring that our customer care teams have, at minimum, a basic understanding of our client's industry sectors, along with a full understanding of system architecture. We believe in working in a spirit of partnership with our clients, enabling our account management and sales teams to report back with valuable feedback. This feedback ensures that our clients’ requirements are fully understood, and that our software is constantly enhanced to ensure that it meets as many customer requirements as possible. Accomplishing this without rendering our software demanding or counterproductive is of paramount importance. As a privately owned company, we are able to react quickly, both to individual customer requirements and market changes. Our friendly, accommodative and professionally methodical approach to business has been rewarded with true customer loyalty and an enviable array of product features that remain unrivalled within the industry.

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Embu Mini Inn - Hotel Renovations

Client: Royal Mini-inn Hotel Location: Embu Project Value: KSh 50 Million Project Status: On going Project Summary:  

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Courtyard Estate

Client: Capital Homes Solutions Ltd Location: Juja Project Value: KSh 400 Million Project Status: On going Project Summary:

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Krishna Chemists Ltd. was started in september 2005 initially as a retail pharmacy by Dr.Mukesh Kerai. Mr. Naran Halai joined in November 2006 and started the wholesale and distribution of pharmaceutical supplies. With the unprecendented growth in business, the company was then split into two divisions in October 2009 with Krishna Pharmacy handling the retail end of the business and Krishna Chemists Ltd handling the wholesale side. Since then we have grown through leaps and bounds and we aim to start our first pharmaceuticals manufacturing plant in 3 years time. Krishna Chemists Ltd. is the leading wholesale pharmaceutical and medical equipment supplier in Kenya ranking among the top pharmaceutical distributors in the country. Our main area of focus is in the distribution of medical supplies to pharmacists and medical institutions within the region. Our supply chain is backed by our large inventory that is stored at our Industrial Area warehouses. We distribute the products of some of the major pharmaceutical companies in the world such as Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Sun Pharma, Lloyd Laboratories, Sarah Remedies and Schering Plough. The main products that we distribute are: Pharmaceuticals Surgicals Chemicals Laboratory and Hospital Equipment and Nutraceuticals   With our unmatched customer service, well-stocked warehouses and a professional medical team behind the operation, you can rest assured that Krishna Chemists Ltd. will offer you the right supplies for any of your medical supplies needs. Our medical team also offers consultations to all medical practitioners and pharmacists who partner with us. We are the Kenyan representatives of Lloyd Laboratories, Madras Pharmaceuticals and Sarah Remedies. Vision To become East Africa's leading business-to-business supplier of pharmaceuticals, medical equipment and nutraceuticals. Mission To supply pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals and hospital equipment of high quality to the region's pharmacists and medical institutions at affordable prices. To bolster the region's medical supplies chain by importing and distributing high quality pharmaceutical and medical supplies backed by world-class customer-service professionals and a professional medical team. Core Values Customer-centric services, professionalism, flexibility, integrity, team work.

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Krishna Chemists Ltd. is the Kenyan representative of Lloyd Laboratories, Madras Pharmaceuticals and Sarah Remedies. We also import and source medical equipment and pharmaceutical supplies from  some of the world's major pharmaceutical companies such as Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Intas, Cosmos, Schering Plough and Sun Pharma. The main products that we distribute to pharmacists and medical institutions within the region include:       Pharmaceutical supplies, Surgicals such as surgical equipment sets and sutures, Chemicals such as Lab consumables and reagents, Laboratory Equipment, Hosptal Furniture such as hospital beds, Basic medical equipment, Nutraceuticals. Make Enquiry

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We are the Kenyan representatives of: Lloyd Laboratories Madras Pharmaceuticals and, Sarah Remedies. Sub-distributors We also source some of our products from some of the major pharmaceutical companies in the world. These include: AstraZeneca Pfizer Sun Pharmaceuticals Intas Cosmos Schering Plough/Merck Dawa Limited Microlabs Cipla Janssen Cilag Sanofi-Aventis GSK Eli Lily Biodeal Laboratories Comed Laboratories Bayer (East Africa) Vitabiotics Mentholtum Reckitt Biocon Laboratories Wyeth Torrent Pharrmaceuticals Limited Win Medicare Universal Corporation Lab & Allied Ochoa Laboratories Abbot Laboratories Roche Adcock Ingram Glenmark Alkem Allembic Aspen Pharmacare Aventis-Pasteur Indoco Laboratories Alcol Laboratories Mephar Ipca Sevenseas Limited

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Migwi Farm also provides value added services.These services include kitchen gardens where we offer compact kitchen garden solutions to allow those that do not have adequate farm space or just want to grow a few things for their daily consumption, home and office delivery offers home of fresh assorted vegetables and herbs and agronomist visits.

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Telephone:  0707 541298 / 0734 540 231 / 020 2649162 / 020 477 237 P.O. Box 100960-00100 Nairobi Kenya
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Website: www.paddycom.co.ke Branches: – Nakuru Branch , Highway Towers, North Wing , Suite 803, Tel No 0701-720120/1

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About Us

Pillar Office Technologies Ltd is a company registered in the Republic of Kenya under the Companies Act. The company provides quality, unique and exquisite products and services to companies looking to improve their business processes and been compliant by identifying their needs, both present and future and implement suitable solutions. We have brought together a team of professionals who are committed to achieving the company goals by giving our clients the best service possible. We have taken every precaution to ensure that our people are of high caliber backed with sound technical support and customer service. Vision: Our vision is to become the leading providers of integrated Fiscal solutions for small, medium and larger traders in East African region. Mission: To provide distinctive and effective business solutions that exceeds customers expectation.

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Products & Services

Fleet management and telematics solutions Real Time vehicle, motor cycle and personal tracking solutions Asset tracking management solutions Provide round the clock monitoring technical support  Develop software solutions for microfinance 

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Contact Details

P O Box 44018
Nairobi 00100
Phone: 254 703490238 / 245 736861408

About Paddycom

Paddycom Ltd is a leading provider of location-based tracking for various applications including vehicles, people and assets, and is the resource management system of choice for leading local and international corporations. With a range of tailored solutions designed with the consumer and business user in mind, Paddycom Ltd will help you track, protect and manage your vehicles and people while they are out on the road. 

EUROPE 705 ESD

The all new EUROPE 705 PLUS is the successor to the EUROPE series of ESDs. Proven technology with thousands of successful installations in the most important Kenyan enterprises is our legacy. The new EUROPE 705 PLUS boasts of  equal quality, superior technical characteristics, pdf based Windows 7 drivers and large paper capacity for worry free continuous operations. EUROPE 705ESD new generation successor New improved speed and capacity New large paper roll for fiscal printer function New Windows 7 drivers New Totals function

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Email & Social Links

Email: sales@migwifarm.com
info@migwifarm.com
Twitter / Facebook / Skype

Why Choose Us?

By providing real-time information in an easy-to-use and visually appealing format, our tracking solution tells you precisely where your vehicles are, where they have been and how best to route them when a new job comes along

ESET Endpoint Antivirus

Using its advanced ThreatSense® smart-scanning technology, ESET proactively protects you from
new attacks. It detects and eliminates both known and unknown viruses, trojans, worms, adware,
spyware, rootkits, and other Internet threats, so you can feel safe on the Internet.

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Unrivalled Expertise

We pride ourselves on our understanding and attention to detail, not only after the sale but also in every single process involved before providing any of our services and considering a sale successful. In so doing, we actively ensure that our expertise in the Vehicle Tracking Systems is unrivalled

Our Products

We have different products that serve different needs to our clients. Below is an outline of these Products.

Contact Us

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Our Location

PILLAR OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES LTD.
Purshottam Place, Chiromo Road
Tel: 254 20 360 1623
Fax: 254 20 360 1100

Our Location

Krishna Chemists Ltd. Industrial Area, Lusaka Road,
3rd Floor above Metrix Hardware.
P.O Box 3328-00506 Nairobi. Tel: 020 65 336161/ 020 65 336162/ 020 65 336162/ 020 65 336163/ 020 65 336164/ 020 65 336165 Cell: 0722 366988/ 0714 714178/ 0715 946380 Email: krishnachemistsltd@gmail.com

Sugar-free, Grain-free Nut Cake

High-Protein, Low-Carb Cake This high-protein, low-carb, paleo-friendly cake is packed with Vitamin K (eggs, butter, butter milk, cashew nuts), Vitamin E (eggs, butter, butter milk, almonds), Vitamin B2 [Riboflavin] (Almonds), Vitamin A & D (Eggs, butter, butter milk), Magnesium and Manganese (cashew nuts, almonds), Phosphorus and Copper (Cashew nuts) and a host of other nutrients and dietary fiber from the bananas and apples.     This grain-free cake is ideal for: Anyone seeking a healthy alternative Anyone with gluten/wheat allergies Low-carb dieters Diabetics*. We have used cultured butter and butter milk for easy digestion even for those with lactose intolerance. Ingredients: Cashew nut flour, Almond flour, eggs, cultured butter, cultured butter milk, banana or apple, salt, baking powder, baking soda, apple cider vinegar, vanilla extract. Approx. weight: 650g For those seeking higher a carbohydrate load, cassava flour added to the above ingredients works perfect. *If you are a diabetic, consult your doctor about the cake first.

Management Team

Joyce Wachira - Director & Shareholder Joyce is an unrivalled entrepreneur and a university graduate from USIU-A with Bsc in International Business Administration, majoring in Finance and Information Systems. She has over 10 years in entrepreneurship, successfully establishing and building strong brands. Joyce is the co-founder and a majority shareho