On Friday 9th July 2021, KTTC Diploma students together with their three Lecturers visited the faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Faculty of Agriculture on an academic tour for practical training in various techniques. The students were welcomed by Prof. Mande, the Executive Dean faculty of Veterinary Medicine and CSD Senior Lecturer Dr Kitaa.
The students were taken through practical training in the following Depts within the two faculties i.e.
The University of Nairobi in partnership with the Equity Group Foundation, Kenya Forest Service, Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Interior & Coordination of National government today are planting more than 5,000 trees on 18th May 2021 in various parts of the University.
The 5,000 tree seedlings have been donated by the Equity Foundation Group to promote environmental conservation and to stress the importance of fresh air( oxygen) during this period of Covid-19.
The University Health Services has now been registered as a COVID-19 Vaccination Centre by the Ministry of Health and the Nairobi County Government, through the Nairobi Metropolitan Services.
The Vaccination will commence on Thursday April 8, 2021 at 8.30AM outside of the Main Students Clinic. It should be noted that the University Vaccination Centre will be required to observe Government prioritization guidelines and to comply with COVID-19 health protocols. In this regard, the following categories of the priority target groups will be eligible:
The inaugural women’s economic forum took place on 24th and 25th February 2021 and sought to advance the empowerment of women through panel discussions, networking and keynote addresses from high-ranking government officials, development partners and industry leaders. This year’s forum tackled six thematic areas including Agribusiness, Manufacturing and Value Addition, Financial Access, Technology and Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Tax and Policy Regimens.
The Office of the Dean of Students and Career Services in partnership with the Chief Medical Officer (CMO)'s UHS-ICEC Section would like us to train 300 Covid-19 Champions from six colleges (50 from each college x 6 colleges) on Thursday 25 February 2021 from 10.00am. A virtual link will be sent to you upon registration.