University Advancement

Director Advancement tours Sericulture Project

The Director of University Advancement and Institutional Development Mr. Brian Ouma, took a tour of the on-going sericulture project at Upper Kabete Project. He was taken round to the silk worm housing units, and the mulberry trees plantation.

The project is a joint collaboration between the University of Nairobi and Silk Origin Ltd. The production of silk will help generate revenue for the university.

Launch of the SURE-FOOD Project

The University of Nairobi in partnership with other institutions has received funding from the Germany Government to conduct a 3-year project on solutions to food insecurity and malnutrition. On Tuesday, September 21, 2021, a team from Strengthening Urban REsilience in FOOD and nutrition security in Kenya paid a courtesy call on the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Stephen Kiama, and briefed him on the SURE Food project launch. Also present was the Director of University Advancement and Institutional Development, Mr. Brian Ouma. 

UoN and Center for Parliamentary Studies and Training Renew their Partnership

The University of Nairobi has renewed its collaboration with the Centre for Parliamentary Studies and Training (CPST) for another 5 years to offer its fit for purpose and relevant programmes to   Parliamentarians and Staff of Parliament. The programmes include Parliamentary democracy and governance, diplomacy and conflict management. Through the agreement, Members of Parliament and staff of Parliament will have the opportunity to   acquire diplomas and post graduate qualifications from the University of Nairobi.

UoN Continues to Rank Top Amid COVID-19 Challenges

The University of Nairobi has been ranked best university in the country and in the East and Central Africa Region for more than 5 years in row in the just released Webometrics Ranking. The Ranking Web of Universities (Webometrics) has released the July 2021 edition of the Webometrics report placing the University of Nairobi position 1 in Kenya, 13 in Africa and 1054 in the world.

Modern Mahatma Gandhi Graduate Library Opened

There was a colourful ceremony held at the University of Nairobi’s main campus, when the External Affairs Minister, Republic of India, Dr. S. Jaishankar officially commissioned the Mahatma Gandhi Graduate Library.

The library at the University of Nairobi main campus has been refurbished and commissioned for use through the generous support of the Government of India. A grant of one million US dollars was awarded to the University of Nairobi in 2016 when Prime Minister, Narendra Modi visited Kenya.

Partnering in Afforestation beyond the COVID-19 Pandemic: UoN@50 Annual Tree Planting Exercise

The University of Nairobi in partnership with the Equity Group Foundation and the Kenya Forest Service facilitated a community tree planting exercise at the University of Nairobi’s Upper Kabete Campus on Tuesday May 18th, 2021.

UoN, DaAn Gene and Africa Lion Advisory collaborate in fight against COVID-19

A collaborative agreement among the University of Nairobi, Africa Lion Advisory (ALA) and Guangzhou Da An Gene Co. Ltd was signed on 25th March 2021. The signing ceremony was held virtually and present was the VC, Prof Stephen Kiama, Director University Advancement, Mr. Brian Ouma, ALA’s Mr. Wachira Gichu and Da An Gene executives.

Engineering and Science Complex top on the agenda during meeting with French Ambassador to Kenya

The Vice Chancellor, Prof Stephen Kiama, held a breakfast meeting with the French Ambassador to Kenya, H.E. Mrs. Aline KUSTER-MENAGER, on Thursday morning 18th Feb 2021, at the French Embassy in Kenya. Accompanying the VC was the Director of University Advancement and Institutional Development, Mr. Brian Ouma and Programs Manager Ms. Anne Nkoidila.