Uasin Gishu Governor Jonathan Bii Chelilim has made significant strides in transforming the County through a comprehensive array of developmental initiatives encapsulated in his Ten Pillars Agenda.
These initiatives cover a wide spectrum of sectors, illustrating a strong commitment to holistic progress and growth.
Under the pillars of this transformative agenda:
The first pillar addresses healthcare, focusing on enhancing the quality and accessibility of healthcare services.
The second pillar emphasizes infrastructure development, specifically the improvement and construction of roads, including the surfacing of roads and other public works projects.
The third pillar concentrates on the education sector, ensuring the permanent confirmation of Early Childhood Development Education (ECDE) teachers and providing for their pension benefits.
The fourth pillar reflects the Governor’s commitment to sports, with a special emphasis on the timely completion of the Kipchoge Keino Stadium.
The agriculture sector is highlighted in the fifth and sixth pillars, addressing the renovation of cattle dips, and the distribution of Dorper sheep, respectively.
The seventh pillar centers around infrastructure development in urban areas, focusing on the construction of water and sewage systems.
Healthcare is revisited in the eighth pillar, aiming to facilitate the availability of pharmaceuticals in all health facilities through a dedicated fund.
The ninth pillar underscores the need for infrastructure development by addressing the renovation of the county headquarters.
The tenth pillar focuses on land ownership, aiming to streamline and expedite the issuance of land titles.
The eleventh pillar concerns business development, focusing on the construction of a versatile and multi-purpose market.
The twelfth pillar emphasizes the establishment of an Agri-business Economic Zone, reflecting the County’s commitment to economic diversification and growth.
Finally, the thirteenth pillar focuses on trade and industrialization by providing affordable loans to Savings and Credit Cooperatives (Saccos) and youth groups, stimulating economic activities and entrepreneurship in the region.