Madam Susan Ng'ong'a sharing information with aclient at the trade fair
The 6th Annual Devolution Conference was held on 4th- 8th March at Kirinyaga University, Kirinyaga County bringing together over 6,000 delegates drawn from key players and stakeholders to reflect on the devolutions journey and milestones achieved over the last five years and chart a way forward on how to make devolution successful.
The theme of this year’s Conference was ‘Deliver. Transform. Measure’ with the clarion call of “Remaining Accountable”. The Conference is anchored on the Big Four Agenda on sectors including; Trade; Agriculture; Health; Affordable Housing and infrastructure.
The Conference was a build up from the last years meet and allow the Government and its key stakeholders to discuss what they have been able to deliver, the transformation over the last one year and to measure the progress made in the Big Four Sectors. E-Plus, having established critical partnerships with several counties on provision of emergency medical and ambulance services, the 6th Devolution Conference provided a platform to create more awareness of ambulance services as well as share success stories of public-private partnership in the devolved systems.
E-Plus was the main emergency medical services partner ensuring that participants’ safety was taken care. In line with the Big Four agenda, Kenya Red Cross Society is a key implementation partner with the national government and county governments in Food Security, Universal Health Coverage and Affordable Housing.
The event saw the participation of the: Representatives from National Government, County Governments and their officials, Independent offices, Constitutional commissions, Media, Religious institutions, Development partners, Academia, Private sector practitioners and Sub-national government associations from the region and civil society organizations.
Susan Ng’ong’a, Deputy Secretary General Corporate Services, Supply Chain & Managing Director, E-Plus, Kenya Red Cross Society led the team in participating in this years’ conference in Kirinyaga. The conference was an opportunity for E-Plus and Kenya Red Cross Society to showcase their programmes and services to the participants with a view of creating awareness and establishing strengthened partnership with the county governments and other stakeholders.