University eyeing infrastructure development

Youth & Careers

THE University of Natural Resources and Environment will focus on infrastructure development because the student intake has increased, says Vice-Chancellor Professor John Warren.
He said new lecture rooms, dormitories and laboratories would be built, sewerage and water problems would be addressed and more renovation work done.
Warren said the need for infrastructure was brought to the attention of the department of national planning at a meeting last week.
He said it was estimated to cost K30.7 million to have this necessary infrastructure built, but the university would begin the work with the K10 million it had received.
Meanwhile, the university is expecting an Australian volunteer this week under the K4K project which will assist with the administrative systems. Financial auditing also began this week with the assistance of a qualified financial auditor.

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