We aim to share our plans with local communities and broader stakeholders as we progress, so everyone can understand how the project will be delivered and what it means for them.
We know from our experience in Kenya that transparency and inclusiveness are key to the success of the project. Consequently, we want to make sure that we regularly engage with local communities and foster a constructive dialogue with all stakeholders, so people can voice their opinions and receive accurate information about the project.
In this spirit of openness and inclusivity, we will be starting a series of meetings with the local community over the next few weeks to provide updates on the status of the project, listen to community views and answer questions. We are looking forward to the opportunity to bring people together and create a closer working relationship for the benefit of all.