As we work towards becoming the first Microchip manufacturer in Africa, we recognize the importance of collaborating with institutions that share our values. Our commitment to expanding our horizons and cultivating partnerships that foster growth and knowledge exchange has led us to establish relationships with various organizations, enabling us to bridge the gap in youth unemployment while contributing to the country’s GDP.

Recently, we had the pleasure of hosting Strathmore University and a delegation from Uganda, which was led by Dr. George Njenga, Dr. Julius Butime, and Mr. Paul Ochieng from Strathmore University, along with Dr. Cosmas Mwikirize, Mr. David Gonahasa, and Ms. Melissa Kirabo from Uganda. This courtesy call allowed us to discuss potential collaborations and explore ways to further our mutual goals.

Our commitment to partnering with institutions in Kenya and across Africa is rooted in our belief that working together will lead to greater opportunities for economic and technological advancement. By bridging the gap in youth unemployment, we can help build a skilled workforce capable of driving innovation and growth in the region.