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Plans were underway for the County Government of Kiambu to boost the national government fund for the aged so as to reach as many aged people as possible in the region. This was said by Madam Ann Gichohi, the Kiambu County Education ICT, Culture & Social Services, who was the chief guest at the International Day for the Aged Persons Celebrations on Thursday 1st October 2015 at the Community Hall Grounds Thika.

She also said that a 'Mashujaa Fund' was also in the pipeline to assist those aged independence heroes in the county who now live in abject poverty. 

On the county's bursary, she said that so far they had been able to allocate sh. 157m to cater for students from poor background. She pointed out that priority was given to orphans since they were the most affected. 

On Kiambu Biashara Fund, youth, Women and persons living with disability have this year been allocated sh. 100m along with last year's balance of sh. 200m. 

She called upon every legible persons to apply for the same. In case anyone had difficulties accessing any of these funds, she notified them to liaise with their Ward Representatives so that they could be assisted accordingly.

She concluded by saying that she had sought the assistance of the Kiambu County Department of Trade to seek markets for the Kianjau/Kiang'ombe & Starehe women handicraft. She promised to ensure that they developed a website for the group so as to enable them access the international market.

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