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Common Areas of Collaboration and Synergy.

The three institutions The Open University of Kenya,  and KeAIST that have settled in Konza Technopolis met to discuss common areas of collaboration and synergy.

(L-R) Prof. Elijah Omwenga - Vice Chancellor  OUK, Prof. Jennifer Khamasi -  Ag. Principal Kenya-AIST and Mr John Okwiri - CEO ,KonzaTech
(L-R) Prof. Ezra Maritim - Chair of Council ,OUK, Prof. Raphael Munavu - Chair of Board, KonzaTech and Prof. Emmanuel Mutisya -  Chair of Council Kenya-AIST

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The Open University of Kenya (OUK) is a virtual learning institution deeply committed to advancing education and driving socio-economic growth within Kenya and beyond. Access to higher education has remained a major challenge in Kenya and this has disadvantaged citizens who seek to improve their knowledge, upscale skills and for posterity. Experts have noted that increasing the number of educational institutions so as to match the rate of population growth is an extremely difficult if not impossible solution especially when financial and other resource constraints are considered. Open and Distance Learning approaches, coupled with innovative ICT solutions, have proofed viable alternatives to providing excellent education to millions of people located wherever and whenever by different life circumstances.