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LARMAT STUDENTS TO BE RECOGNIZED IN THE UON 2021 PRIZE PRESENTATION CEREMONY

You are invited to celebrate UON academic excellence tomorrow on 7th May 2021 from 9.00am.  These are outstanding students from 2017- 2019.

Several students from the faculty of Agriculture scooped various Awards inclusive of Students in Dept. of LARMAT who won "Overall student in the college in the year 2018/ 2019" and "Best final students in the faculties" Categories

Congratulations to all for the your exemplary performance

e-LEARNING DISCOUNTED SAFARICOM 10GB DATA BUNDLE FOR ONLY KES 500

KENET in partnership with mobile network provider Safaricom PLC, has negotiated for an eLearning Discounted Bundles package for use in remote teaching and learning during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The University of Nairobi students and staff are therefore encouraged to apply to supplement the University sponsored SOMA-NA-TELKOM data bundles.

HOW OFTEN SHOULD A FARMER TEST SOILS? KNOW YOUR FERTILIZER

It is onset of March April May (MAM) 2021 season and every farmers is ready to sow seeds in their farms. As a farmer you should frequently test, you soil every 2-3 years to enhance crop productivity.  This is according to Titus Gitau CEO to Fertiplant E.A a subsidiary of  MEA Fertilizers  E.A which collaborates with MIRCEN, lab at the Department of  LARMAT - University of Nairobi, for  fertilizer quality Control.

CALL FOR ABSTRACT-2ND INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON CLIMATE-RESILIENT AGRI-ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS

SCRAES 2022 – The 2nd International Symposium on Climate-Resilient Agri-Environmental Systems

Conference is scheduled on Tuesday 7th to Friday 10th June, 2022  

The main theme “Implementing the New Green Deal: The Path Towards Sustainable Agriculture“, To access  symposium website visit https://www.iscraes.org  or send email  to info@iscraes.org 

Location

Dublin, IRELAND

GENDER ROLES AND CLIMATE CHANGE AMONG THE PASTORALISTS

Pastoral leaders, elders and representatives of Samburu and Boran communities(Deedha) from Isiolo county between Monday  12th- Tuesday 13th April , 2021 were trained on Leadership and governance which entailed Gender role in pastoral communities, inclusiveness in Decision making and their participatory in implementation of climate change projects/ programmes  in their grassroots .

INVITATION FOR RESEARCH ARTICLES AND POLICY BRIEFS FOR PUBLICATION

The Corporate office, University of Nairobi requests all staff and postgraduate students to send their policy briefs, research and feature articles for publishing on the corporate website. We have sections on research and news where we have of late published a number of articles and stories that have received impressive hits.

The platform is bound to give contributors publicity and visibility in terms of citations. Your regular contributions will no doubt add value to our website.

STAFF PARTICIPATES IN KNOWLEDGE MAPPING IN ISIOLO COUNTY

Under Socially inclusive adaptation knowledge integration for resilience livelihoods in Northern Kenya (SOAK) project, knowledge mapping was carried out in four wards in Isiolo County namely; Merti, Garbatula, Kinna and Oldo Ngíro in 24th - 27th March 2021