Ten Somalis Trained on Road Maintenance Using Do-nou

Ten Somalis Trained on Road Maintenance Using Do-nou
Ten Somali nationals have completed three-week hands-on training on road maintenance using Do-nou technology at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology. The participants were inducted on the use of local resources including labour and materials to improve accessibility especially ... Continue reading →

Reelected Deans to Roll out New Initiatives

Reelected Deans to Roll out New Initiatives
Dr. Drusilla Makworo has been elected for another two-year term as Dean, School of Nursing. The don who clinched the position unopposed; has vowed to use the new term to improve academic and research environment at the school. Key among Dr. Makworo’s priorities is to set up a research grant ... Continue reading →

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 stand 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 →