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WHAT TO DO IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY

1 Do not panic or make others panic.
2 In case of Fires, use nearest exit.
3 Call the number 1513

*The Tharaka Nithi County Emergency response team will always try to attend to cases in the most prompt manner possible!

DIRECTORATE OF EMERGENCY

Direct Line: 1513
Offices: Chuka (Public Works Offices)
Contact Person: Alex Muthitu
Office Hours: Open 24/7

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Karibu sana Tharaka Nithi County! We believe in Diversity & Abundance.

We transform the livelihood of the people of Tharaka Nithi county on a foundation of integrity through accountable, efficient and effective leadership that invokes participation and pursuit of quality services, for a prosperous county that is a harbor of excellence

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The Department of Agriculture, Livestock, and Veterinary Services dispatched an Intergovernmental Locust Surveillance and Control Team to effectively monitor and control locust infestations, thus protecting our farmers’ livelihoods and strengthening our agricultural resilience. The initiative is also supported by the International Red Locust Control Organization (IRLCO) and the State Department for Agriculture to promote food security and safeguard our crops.#LeavingNoOneBehind ... See MoreSee Less
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The County Climate Change Unit (CCU), led by Chief Officers Peterson Kathenya (Environment, Mining, and Natural Resources) and Loise Mutua (Water and Irrigation), has begun implementing The Financing Locally Climate Action (FLLoCA) County Climate Resilience Investments (CCRI) to enhance the County's resilience to climate change. The CCU team has handed over four approved project sites: Naikara Sand Dam, Kerara Sand Dam, Gatonto Gravity Dam, and Muthambi Gitije Irrigation Project, designed to improve water storage and irrigation facilities. These projects aim to bolster the capacity of local communities to cope with climate hazards, ensuring sustainable water resources and enhancing agricultural productivi#LeavingNoOneBehindehind ... See MoreSee Less
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Proper planning is the cornerstone of progress, laying the foundation for a future where every resident can access quality healthcare and live a healthier, more fulfilling life. The Department of Health Services, Sanitation & ICT, led by CECM Gichuiya Nthuraku held a validation exercise for the County Health Sector Strategic Plan 2024-2028. This plan aims to improve healthcare access, enhance service quality, and ensure better health outcomes for all residents of Tharaka Nithi County.#LeavingNoONeBehind ... See MoreSee Less
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Our culture connects us to the land and is the foundation for our prosperity. Join us from August 28th to 31st for this year's Tharaka Nithi Ura Gate Cultural Festival; a celebration of our rich and diverse culture in Tharaka Nithi County. Don't miss the exciting goat auctioning alongside traditional dances, music, local crafts, and traditional delicacies! See you#LeavingNoOneBehindoOneBehind ... See MoreSee Less
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The Department of Lands, Physical Planning, and Housing, in collaboration with the Department of Medical Services conducted a topographical survey at Mpukoni Health Center, designated for improvement and upgrading. This survey will provide detailed maps of the site which are essential for effective planning and design.This comprehensive understanding supports better decision-making, ensuring the health facility improvements are practical, sustainable, and contribute to a more efficient healthcare environment.#LeavingNoOneBehind ... See MoreSee Less
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