New Policies Required to Curb TB Menace

New Policies Required to Curb TB Menace
Recent statistics released by the World Health Organisation ranked tuberculosis(TB) as the deadliest communicable disease globally, ahead of HIV/AIDS and Malaria. The statistics revealed that TB claims approximately 1.6 million lives annually compared to HIV/AIDS and Malaria which stands at ... Continue reading →

JKUAT to Establish Non Communicable Diseases Institute

JKUAT to Establish Non Communicable Diseases Institute
A dedicated Institute to help the country and the region manage the burden of chronic diseases is to be established at JKUAT. When operational, the Non Communicable Diseases Institute will immensely contribute to Kenya’s efforts to stem the high human cost of chronic diseases. Data from the ... Continue reading →

Towards Enhancing Social and Economic Development

Towards Enhancing Social and Economic Development
The Ndarugu Metropolis has partnered with Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology in establishing a state of the art development project that will comprise of a 70 acre fresh produce wholesale market; a 345 acre Special Economic Zone for value addition of agricultural and ... Continue reading →

JKUAT Students Among Best in Africa

JKUAT Students Among Best in Africa
A Kenyan team of six comprising of three students from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT), emerged second in the recently concluded Huawei’s Sub-Saharan Africa ICT competition, trumping competitors from a host of top-notch universities spread across 11 African ... Continue reading →