A delegation from the country of Kenya visited DSU on July 11 to explore a possible future partnership relationship with Delaware’s only HBCU.
DSU President Harry L. Williams met with representatives of Kenya’s county government of Nyandarua – which included Gov. H.E. Daniel Waithanka Mwangi – to connect DSU’s College of Agriculture and Related Sciences and the College of Business’ Delaware Center for Enterprise Development with a new higher education endeavor in that part of Kenya.
Also taking part in the discussion were representatives of StartUpAfrica, a Wilmington, Del.-based organization comprised of Kenyans living in the U.S. The organization’s mission is to support young Kenyan adults in the building of business skills and in endeavors that foster financial independence, create jobs and grow African economies.
Dr. Williams and the Kenyan delegation agreed that it would be worthwhile to continue the exploration of possible collaborations.
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