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Kitui Governor H.E. Dr. Julius Malombe interacts with traders in Mwingi town
Through the cooperatives, our people are capable of enhancing collective investment culture, bulk production and joint marketing of products such as honey, cereals and fruits. Photos: Honey factory at Kiusyani, Kitui Rural Sub-county.
Former Vice President Dr. Kalonzo Musyoka (Centre) share a light moment with Kitui Governor Dr. Julius Malombe and Professor Kivutha Kibwana yesterday after the speech by H.E Kalonzo Musyoka.
"Counties have put in place considerable measures to ensure that our people embrace better health services in our hospitals. A lot is impending and will be achieved with support from different stakeholders" - Kitui Governor Dr. Julius Malombe addressing the Devolution Conference.
Kitui Governor Dr. Julius Malombe was among the panelists at the 4th Devolution Conference at the Kenya Wildlife Training Institute, Naivasha.
Kitui County Governor H.E Julius Malombe addressing a past event in Kitui East
To be a prosperous county with vibrant rural and urban economies whose people enjoy a high quality of life
To provide effective county services and an enabling environment for inclusive and sustainable socio-economic development and improved livelihoods for all
Overview of Kitui County
Kitui County is located 170Km to the South East of Nairobi City. It covers an area of about 30,496 km2. It borders Machakos and Makueni Counties to the West, Tana River County to the East, Taita-Taveta County to the South, and Embu and Tharaka- Nithi Counties to the North. it is about two and half hours’ drive from Nairobi and 30 minutes flight by a chopper.
Growth Rate: 2.1%
The Kitui Vision for Economic and Social Transformation
Following its mandate as a County, The County Government of Kitui developed this long-term development blue print, “Kitui Vision for economic and social transformation” aimed at guiding its economic and social development for the next ten years up to the year 2025. The envisaged County long-term development blue print covers the economic and investment zones which were endorsed by stakeholders in November 2013. These economic and investment zones include:
i) Kyuso-Mumoni-Tseikuru Economic and Investment Zone (EIZ)
ii) Mui Basin Economic and Investment Zone (EIZ)
iii) Mwingi Town and Environs Economic and Investment Zone (EIZ)
iv) Kitui County Headquarters and Environs Economic and Investment Zone (EIZ)
v) Kanyangi-Kwa Vonza-Kanyonyoo Economic and Investment Zone (EIZ)
vi) Mutomo-Ikutha-Kanziko Economic and Investment Zone (EIZ)