There is no doubt that the growing population in the developing countries will impact on the available resources and as such, sustainable development through research and innovations are needed more than ever. A recent Australia-Kenya Investment conference organised by the Kenyan High Commission in partnership with Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and the Base Resources was a great way of bringing the research and the industry together in an effort to look into ways of mitigating the impacts of industrialisation through research for sustainable development.
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There exists numerous investment opportunities in Kenya in various sectors. We are seeking investors in areas of Energy, food production, Infrastructure among others. If you would like to get more information, please contact us.Read more
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