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Kenya to incorporate Climate Change into its education curriculum with assistance of UNESCO

09, Dec 2015

Kenya is to incorporate Climate Change into its education curriculum with the assistance of the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization, UNESCO. Kenya’s ambassador to UNESCO Professor George Godia says Kenya has also been nominated to host an international training institute in water management apart from benefiting from a five-year contract to carry out the underwater study in Turkana. The envoy made the revelation in a one on one interview with our special correspondent Alex Chamwada at his office in Paris.

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