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 University of Nairobi in Collaboration with the African Development Bank and Education for Sustainable Development in Africa (ESDA) is pleased to invite you to the African symposium on higher education, whose theme is: Strengthening the Role of Universities to Produce Home grown Solutions to Africa’s Development Challenges.
Dr. Loice Ombajo, a senior lecturer at the University of Nairobi (UoN) was awarded State commendation by President Uhuru Kenyatta during this year’s Jamhuri Day celebrations in Nairobi.
Dr. Ombajo was awarded Moran of the Order of the Burning Spear (MBS) for her dedicated public service and sacrifice in the fight against COVID-19 in Kenya.
On 18th August 2020, the Dept. of Vet.Pathology, Microbiology and Parasitology had a video recording session for the learning facilities. The recorded video and images will be used in the orientation of the first years 2020/2021 intake that will take place on 31st August 2020.
The video recording took place in the large animal postmortem room, Embedding room histopathology teaching laboratory, students lectures theatres and Parasitology laboratory.