Mon Apr 06
  • 01 Jan

  • 01 Jan

  • 08, Jul 2015

    The Narok County Government had the honor to host the All African Games and Desert wheel race qualifiers for persons with disabilities. The colorful event held at the Maasai Mara University ground was graced by a number of dignitaries led by the speaker of the Narok county assembly Hon.Nicholus Olooltisati Kamwaro who was the Chief guest. The function was also attended by a number of members of county assembly led by Hon. Soila Sikawa who represents PWDs in the county assembly. Other MCAs present were Hon. Anthony Soyiantet, Hon. Henry Siololo, Hon.Benard Torome, Hon. Mercy Keiwua. The deparment of sports and social services staffs led by the C.E.C Hon. John Marindany and the two COs and Directors also attended the function which saw five paralympics drawned from various categories of sporting activities qualify to take part in the 4th edition of Desert Wheel Race to be held in Isiolo county between the 18th-22nd August 2015

  • 08, Jul 2015

    Every aspect of service delivery and urbanisation are tied to infrastructure development, and specifically road networks. Today the Deputy President His Excellency William Ruto, together with the Deputy Governor, and other key leaders joined me to launch the construction of a 38km stretch of tarmac road.

    Narok County marked a milestone in its infrastructure d e v e l o p m e n t with the launch of 38 KMs of tarmac roads in Narok Town. The new roads are in 4 main sections cov...ering the CBD, Lenana Estate, Majengo, Total area, the Maasai Mara University and the prison area. Investing in roads is a priority area to us. Getting Narok County well connected through good roads will improve service delivery, give rise to new market centers and open up closed areas for business and settlement. We are taking necessary steps to open up employment opportunities for youth and women. We are putting in place what has been missing for the passed 5 decades. We are moving forward!

  • 08, Jul 2015

    Farmer’s stakeholder Meeting at Royal valley Hotel led by Governor Samuel Tunai, with the CEC of agriculture Richard Birir, joined by chief officers and the chairman of co-operatives .Among the issues discussed were better farm-gate prices, introduction of cold rooms and other storage facilities.

  • 28, Apr 2015

    Pursuant to the Constitution of Kenya 2010 (Articles 185 (2), 186(1) and 187(2) on distribution of functions between the National Government and the County Governments Act No. 17 of 2012; the Narok County Public Service Board invites applications from suitably qualified persons to fill the following vacant positions.

  • 14, Apr 2015

    Narok County Governor Samuel Tunai toured the Narok referral hospital to check the state of the hospital and its operations. On his visit, he promised to engage the relevant departments in his government to procure more facilities to improve service delivery.
    This is in an effort to fulfill his promise to the wanainchi of world class health care, affordable to all.
    Whilst in the tour that was viewed by many as a success, he went on to give a stern warning to employees of the county in the health department to pull up their socks and serve the citizens.
    He applauded the selfless effort of the medical personnel

  • 14, Apr 2015

    On 8th April 2015, Narok County Governor Samuel Tunai together with the health CS James Macharia signed a memorandum of understanding with the national government on leasing of medical equipment and other related services launched by President Uhuru Kenyatta earlier in the year.

  • 14, Apr 2015

    Narok County Transformation - After Friday 13th reshuffle and new appointments, all County Executives and Chief Officers attended performance management training by Deloitte.On 26th March 2015, Narok county executives signed performance contracts. The performance contract will be measured on a quarterly basis with a reward and a sanction scheme.

  • 14, Apr 2015

    The governor of Narok county Samuel ole Tunai speaking at Mulot area during the burial of Jessica Cherono Langat who was killed during a terrorist attack on Garissa University College. She was a 2nd year student persuing a bachelor of business management administration. She left behind 5 siblings. The county government has offered full sponsorship to two of her siblings. Governor Tunai said he will settle all hospital bills incurred by students from Narok county who were injured in the attack and are admitted in various hospitals in Nairobi. The county government will also pay their fees in the various universities where they will be readmitted. Governor Tunai condemned attack and said the national government should involve the devolved government in matters concerning security.

  • 14, Jan 2015

    Samuel,the disabled table tennis champion,from Narok County has represented the county and the country in extension in several international tournaments.

    The county has been very supportive and in December 2014,he was fully sponsored to visit Germany where he acted as an ambassador of good will.

    He managed to collect a lot of materials and equipment used by the disabled.

    He has also attended a couple of international tournaments and now stands as one of the best table tennis players in his category.

    Ole Lemurt intends to empower all the disabled through his organization, Osiligi Active Disabled Network,which is fully registered  by the department of social services.

    Through well wishers,he has been able to empower fellow people who are physically challenged by donating crutches,wheel chairs and walking sticks to them.

    More of this assistive devices are on being shipped through his organization. 

    He is determined to elevate the status of his fellow physically challenged so that they can fend for themselves and provide for their families

    He is a champion of human rights,through motivational talks in universities and other institutions.

     

     

  • 17, Dec 2014

    Application is now open at www.digitalent.go.ke   and    www.icta.go.ke

    INTERNSHIP PROGRAM:

    PRESIDENTIAL DIGITAL TALENT PROGRAM

     

    Where Talents Meets The Public Service

    The Presidential Digital Talent Programme is a transformative initiative which aims at building within Government capacity in ICT technical and ICT management skills which would enable the Government meet its service delivery objectives for all Kenyans.


    Through this initiative the Government through the Ministry of Information, Communication and Technology (MoIC) is looking for young talented Kenyans with passion for ICT and public service to participate in this 12 month programme as management trainees.

    Application is now open at: www.digitalent.go.ke and www.icta.go.ke

    § 
    @digitalentke Applications are now open on www.digitalent.go.ke ,http://www.digitalent.go.ke. www.icta.go.ke

    §   #Digitalent254:2. It is an honor  to be part of the PDTP PROGRAM

    § 
     @Digitalentke is looking for 100 interns to be part of the  inaugural

    §   Presidential Digital Talent Programme, apply on:  wwww.digitalent.go.ke  ,www.icta.go.ke

     

    §   we are happy to support young talent through the Presidential  Digital Talent Programme #digitalent254

Subscribe to News

feed-image Subscribe to RSS

Narok county online payments