The Dean Faculty of Agriculture (FoA), Prof. Moses Nyangito and the Chairman department of LARMAT Prof. Richard Onwonga on 2nd February,2022 awarded, Ms Manirakiza Isidonie and Mr Felix Nimbona certificates of participation after successful completion of fellowship training at the FoA, University of Nairobi. Mr. Felix and Ms. Isidonie are from Burundi, the Ministry of Environment, Agriculture and Livestock and National Veterinary Laboratory.
Ms. Manirakiza Isidonie and Mr.Nimbona Felix, from Burundi, the Ministry of Environment, Agriculture and Livestock and National Veterinary Laboratory are undergoing a one month experiential training at the Department of animal production, in the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Nairobi. The fellows have been working with experienced laboratory technologist; Mr. Benjamin Kyalo Mbondo, Ms Ann Kimende, Mr. Samuel Githiwa.
Today, 27th September, 2021 about 20 students from the Faculty of Agriculture drawn from 3 teaching departments (LARMAT, FSNT,& Agric Economics), & Dept of Environmental Biosystems engineering have started off an intensive “Agro-ecology and Agro-biodiversity Training Course (AATC)” which will last for 3 and ½ weeks.
To all staff on module II Programme wish to be funded by the employer for research and tuition, the scholarships are now open. To qualify for this opportunity, your area of study must be relevant to your profession under which you are mandated to execute at the University of Nairobi. The application forms are accessible via University intranet. Email your admission and appointment letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by 30th October 2020.
To UoN Staff with journal papers and wish to develop Policy brief issue, here is opportunity for you. Register for staff-training programme on Policy Brief Development The training will be conducted virtually on October 1st and 2nd 2020. Only 30 slots available. You application should reach the relevant office by 30th September, 2020
The Training will include:
Are you a final year undergraduate students who are on a path to graduation by December 2020 in any African University, this is an opportunity for you. The University of Nairobi has been selected, among a few African universities, to participate in a Youth Employment and Skills Development Pilot Project.