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The Partnership for Health Research Training in Kenya (P-HERT) is a grant
awarded to the University of Nairobi to develop and implement a two-year
Research Capacity Building Program targeting Junior Faculty at the
University of Nairobi, Kenyatta and Maseno Universities. The aim of this
training is to foster the next generation of research scientists by
developing their in-depth research skills and expertise in the fields of
HIV/AIDS, Mental Health and Maternal Newborn & Child Health.


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The University of Nairobi has embarked on the development of the 2018-2023 strategic plan.



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As part of our membership in the World Universities Network, the
University of Nairobi is made aware of research opportunities among our
partners.

The University of York is involved with DARA, a big data project that is
funded by the UK's Newton Fund. DARA is currently advertising four
full-funded 3-year PhD students and two full-funded 1-year MSc
studentships. The bursary includes all tuition fees, bench fees and
maintenance allowance, and for PhD students it also includes an annual


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All,

STAKEHOLDERS ASSEMBLY ON THE COMMISSION FOR UNIVERSITY EDUCATION SELF
ASSESSMENT REPORT FOR INSTITUTIONAL QUALITY AUDIT, TUESDAY NOVEMBER 14,
2017

The Vice-Chancellor invites all University of Nairobi staff to attend the
above meeting on November 14, 2017 at 9.00 a.m. in Taifa Hall.

Kindly be seated by 8.30 a.m.

JOHN A.O. ORINDI
DIRECTOR OF CORPORATE AFFAIRS

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Leaders from both sides of the political divide in Kenya, promised to lead the call for peace and national reconciliation after months of hightened political activities in the country.



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