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Quantity surveyors celebrate 25th anniversary

They planted over 3,000 trees at Kereita Forest on May 18

In Summary

• The institute plans to plant 30,000 trees across the country.

Institute of Quantity surveyors of Kenya members
Institute of Quantity surveyors of Kenya members
Image: Ezekiel Aminga

The Institute of Quantity Surveyors of Kenya recently held a celebration to mark 25 years since inception.

They had a series of activities this year, including tree planting. The institute planned to plant 30,000 trees across the country.

On May 18, the institute planted over 3,000 trees at Kereita Forest.

Kenvo Resource Centre conservative officer Anne Wangari
Kenvo Resource Centre conservative officer Anne Wangari
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Kiambu Water executive Kuria David
Kiambu Water executive Kuria David
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IQSK chairman Sylvester Mutharia with Nema Kiambu members Mwangi, Humphrey, Jack, Immaculate and Jecinta
IQSK chairman Sylvester Mutharia with Nema Kiambu members Mwangi, Humphrey, Jack, Immaculate and Jecinta
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IQSK board members plant a tree
IQSK board members plant a tree
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UoN's Albin Siele, Cornel Martin, Jane Maina, Jolly Kajuju, Brenda Njue and Bett Ken
UoN's Albin Siele, Cornel Martin, Jane Maina, Jolly Kajuju, Brenda Njue and Bett Ken
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