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The East African Association of Engineers (EAAE), which was the precursor to the Institution of Engineers of the Kenya (IEK), was formed in 1945 as a professional and learned body, independent of control by governments
The Institution of Engineers of Kenya works in conjunction with other institutions and organizations that seek topromote and develop the engineering proffession and best practices in the world.
President, Institution of Engineers of Kenya
I want to take this opportunity to thank our predecessors for the work they have done to bring IEK to where it is at the moment. They have done their part and I wish them success in all their endeavors as we continue to work together for the success of the engineering fraternity in Kenya. In the same breath, I want to congratulate the new Council Members and assure them my support as we embark on the heavy task ahead. The expectations of the entire engineering community is so high that we may have to double or even triple the effort we initially intended or anticipated to put into IEK during our campaigns
As I outlined in my Five Point Agenda during campaigns, Engineering is central to the growth of any country and contributes significantly in enhancing economic growth and quality of life and this is why engineering as a discipline should get the attention it deserves."