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TREE PLANTING EXERCISE

The Principal CAVS, Prof. R. Nyikal, Director WMI, Prof. D. Mungai, Dean of Students/Director Career Services, Mr. Johnson Kinyua, Mr. John M. Mwangi, CEO, Workmate Green Solutions and Mr. Simon Nderitu, Sequence Entertainment, University of Nairobi. The team met at the Wangari Maathai Institute to plan for the tree planting exercise to be held on 20th  November, 2020 at the Wangari Mathai Institute and at the Vet Farm in Kanyariri. The exercise will involve staff and students from the University of Nairobi and Loresho Primary School.

REFUGEE STUDENTS TO BENEFIT FROM UON, UNHCR AND WIK PARTNERSHIP

University of Nairobi refugee students are set to benefit from the DAFI Scholarship Program as a result of the partnership between the institution, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and Windle International Kenya (WIK).

FRESHERS REPORT FOR ON-CAMPUS LEARNING

First year students 2020/21/22 Academic Year have finally reported to campus for face to face learning.

The students who have practical lessons were admitted to the Colleges of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences, Architecture and Engineering, Biological and Physical Sciences, Health Sciences and all students pursuing sciences in the College of Education and External Studies.

UON RECEIVES THE 2020 EXCELLENT GLOBAL TALENT ECOSYSTEM PARTNERS AWARD

The University of Nairobi has received the 2020 Excellent Global Talent Ecosystem Partner Award by Huawei Technologies Company.

Out of the numerous universities globally, UoN has been recognized for the outstanding performance and active collaboration with Huawei to develop ICT Talent.

PPE’S DONATION TO UON’S COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCE

Equity Group Foundation and the Kenya COVID-19 Fund Board have commenced the distribution of the second consignment of locally manufactured personal protective equipment (PPE) to public hospitals across all 47 counties in Kenya including all final year medical and dental students from 11 universities with medical and dental schools, as part of its sustained efforts to protect medics from the COVID-19 virus.