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Centre for Mathematics Science and Technology Education in Africa visits KWS

Date Published: 13 Feb, 2012
Centre for Mathematics Science and Technology Education in Africa visits KWS

KWS Assets Manager, Mr John Mugendi (right) shows the CEMASTEA team a KWS car that operates on bar-code technology. CEMASTEA visited KWS to look into ways of developing their own assets register and overseeing its implementation.

The Centre for Mathematics Science and Technology in Africa (CEMASTEA) paid visit to Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) to look into ways of developing their own assets register and overseeing its implementation.
The KWS Assets Manager, Mr John Mugendi, took the CEMASTEA team through the KWS automated assets register that operates on bar-code technology already put in place by the office. KWS has already put into place policies compliant with government regulations and international accounting standards. The policies include purchases, movement, donations, and capital expenditure which have made its staff responsible for their assets.

CEMASTEA is an institution under the Ministry of Education mandated to offer in-services education. It visions to be the premier teacher in-servicing centre, a regional resource centre and a forum of ideas in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education. It seeks to build strategic partnerships and collaborations with a number organisations and institutions, key of them being KWS.

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