- Principal Secretaries Ministry of Education Sience and Technology Colleta Suda (2nd left) Dr Belio Kipsang (2nd right) Teachers service Commission Secretary Gabriel Legoibon ( right) and a senior education officer (right) consult ( Center) for Mathematics Science and Technology in Africa institute Nairobi during a Taskforce on Secondary School fees adjustments on 7th July 2014.
- Principal Secretaries Ministry of Education Science and Technology Colleta Suda and Dr Belio Kipsang consults with Director Secondary schools Me Robert Masese during a release of taskfoce on Secondary School fees at Center for Mathematics Science and Technology in Africa Nairobi on 7th July 2014.
- Members of Special board of Adult and Continuing Education taking notes during the launch of the board on15th July at Jogoo House.
- Dr. Martial Ikounga, African union Commissioner for Human Resources, Science and Technology (Left) with Cabinet Secretary Prof Jacob Kaimenyi signs Memorandum of Understanding between Centre for Mathematics, Science and Technology Education in Africa (CEMASTEA) and African Union to implement continental education programme at Education Jogoo House Offices in Nairobi on Tuesday, July 8, 2014.
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