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    KICD Director, Dr Julius Jwan assist a pupil learn through a tablet during the launch of a digital literacy program ((DLP) at St Joseph's Girls Primary School, Busia County, as Computer teacher Mellisa Odunga pays attention.

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    Digital Literacy Program

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    St Joseph's Girls Primary School pupils go through a tablet during the launch of a digital literacy program ((DLP) in Busia County.

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    Vidijah Dalizu (left) and Mariam Omar develop prototypes to be used as learning resources on environmental lessons. KICD has developed teachers' handbooks, guides and pupils handbooks besides training teachers on new curriculum where a learner is taken through activities to ensure they can perform certain tasks.

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    The Cabinet Secretary Ministry of Education flagging off the early years curriculum pilot phase at KICD

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    Our 3 star restaurant offers a fine dining experience

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    State of the Art Conference facilities are available

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    KICD Staff Charles Munene shares learning materials for the proposed curriculum with teachers from Kakamega, Vihiga and Bungoma counties during a training session in Sigalagala National Polytechnic in Kakamega

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    A teacher takes learners through the proposed curriculum in one of the pilot schools in Kakamega county

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    Excited pupils as teachers bring the proposed curriculum that is learner centred into a classroom setup.


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Away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre is Nacece Resource Centre (NRC), a center with accomodation and conferencing facilities located at the art of the Kenya Institute of curriculum Development (KICD). The center offers an ideal and serene environment suitable for meetings and conferences. 

It offers a wide range of services which include a modern Auditorium Hall hosting up to 450 persons, modern conferencing, comfortable accommodation and quality catering services. The Auditorium Hall is fitted with multilingual delegate system with a capacity to translate up to five (5) languages fitted with Wi-Fi internet services.To compliment the conference facility is TAASISI Restaurant which serves both local and international cuisines for up to 350 Pax at one sitting. 

Other facilities include a well equipped gymnasium and a business centre. It has open grounds ideal for exhibitions, weddings, cocktails, organisational banquets, Christmas parties and many more open air functions. Being disability mainstreamed, NRC has lifts with sound applications and alongside every doorstep are ramps. We have a courtesy van available to ferry clients to and from the CBD on request. Below are our full conference package.For accommodation charges click here

Conference Support Services

The centre has support services including flip charts and stand, public address system and overhead projectors. All equipment must be booked at least 24 hours in advanced.

N/B: These services are offered at a fee.

Payments Guidelines

  • Payment should be made in cheque / cash or bank transfers.
  • Full board events enjoy a conference hall at no extra cost.
  • Business centre services available at extra commercial rates.
  • Rates subject to change without prior notice.

Bed and Breakfast (Kshs)

Half-Board (Kshs)

Full-Board (Kshs)

Single Room 





Bed and Breakfast (USD)

Half-Board (USD)

Full-Board (USD)

Single Room 




Buffet Meals












Tea/Coffee and Snacks



High Tea 



Full-day Conference: Kshs 3,000

Half-day Conference: Kshs 2,700

Kindly note :- All rates are inclusive of 16% VAT

For reservations E-MAIL: nrcreservation@kicd.ac.ke or call: Tel: +254 020 3749904-5, +254 729327 331.

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