It is particularly pleasing to present the Annual Report and Accounts of the University of Nairobi for the financial year ended 30th June, 2000.
During the period under review the University incurred a deficit of Kshs.245,521, 102 increasing the
accumulated deficit to Kshs.1 ,361,494,825 as at 30th June, 2000.
This adverse Financial position was mainly due to hard economic conditions, as well as under funding by
the government. As in the previous years, the University continued with its tight financial controls in the
management of the available resources. The University also intensified income generating activities
especially through its subsidiary company, the University of Nairobi Enterprises and Services Limited
Despite the adverse financial position, the University continued with its mission of teaching and Research.
The student population was 18,985 out of which 2928 were postgraduates. Included in the total figure
of 18,985 students, 6275 students had been admitted under the Module 11 degree programme.
On 271h November, 2000 H.E. The President and Chancellor presided over the University's 28th
graduation ceremony at which 2944 graduands including 425 postgraduates were conferred with degrees
and diplomas
I wish to record our gratitude to the local and International donors for their continued support of our
scholarships and research programs during the year.
On behalf of the University, 1 wish to thank the government and our donors for the support received
during the year I would also like to express my thanks to the University community who worked
tirelessly for the smooth running of our institution.

View Financial report For the year ended june 30, 2000