Finance Notices

The University of Nairobi through C4DLab and strategic industry partners is running a year-long prestigious Innovation Fellowship. The competitive fellowship will give 15 select fellows an opportunity to solve real-life local problems while applying the 21st century 4Cs skills and explore human-centered design thinking methodologies.

C4DLab therefore invites final year and masters students to apply for this fellowship at https://c4dlab.ac.ke/innovation-fellowship/.  Application is open till 20th September 2019.

Dear all,
 
The University has placed an external job advertisement - see Page 8 of today's Daily Nation (September 10, 2019).  All are invited to apply.
 
Please note that the deadline is September 24, 2019.
 
MS. JANE GATUNE
AG. DEPUTY REGISTRAR
RECRUITMENT AND TRAINING
 
 

This is to confirm to you that EPMIS has been fully activated. You can now visit the Supplier Portal and register online

A: THE UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI SUPPLIER PORTAL

(I) To access the Portal just type:  supplier.uonbi.ac.ke and proceed as prompted by the system

(2) To make inquiries or lodge complaints send an email to us through:  supplier@uonbi.ac.ke

B: REQUIREMENTS

(1) National Treasury IFMIS Number

(2) Statutory Certificates (soft copies) in PDF Format for uploading as and when prompted by the system

 (i) Certificate of Registration or Incorporation

(ii) CR12 - Certificate of Shareholding

(iii) Latest KRA Tax Compliance Certificate complete with PIN

(iv) VAT Number, if any

(v) Single Business Permit

(vi) National Treasury AGPO Certificate, if any

(vii) Bank Details: Name, Branch, Code, A/C Name & A/C Number

(viii) Any other documents deemed appropriate

NB: THE ABOVE WILL MAKE YOUR COMPANY PROFILE

After review of your profile, you will be notified via email.

Thanking You In Advance

 

UoN Procurement Office

 

Who Are We?

The mission of Humanitarian Affairs is to empower young people and inspire youth who are passionate about positive social change. We aim to equip young emerging leaders with the right skills and tools to spark a generation of dynamic individuals paving the way for social change.

Humanitarian Affairs is affiliated to United Nations Global Compact, World Association of Non-Governmental Organization, International Association for Voluntary Efforts and the World Alliance for Citizens Participation. 

The 2020 Peace Summit

Humanitarian Affairs Asia is organising the 2nd Peace Summit of Emerging Leaders. The summit aims to gather young leaders from different parts of the world to give them a new perspective and a broader understanding on peace building.

The summit features keynote speakers, networking sessions and interactive workshops to prepare and empower young leaders to be a champion of peace.

The summit aims to:

  • Encourage delegates to creatively think about practical ways to affect positive change within their communities through social projects.
  • Promote peace and non-violence as a form of effective diplomacy among emerging global leaders.
  • Encourage delegates to think about social issues that the global community faces today, and to apply critical thinking skills on solutions to these challenges.
  • Provide access to unique educational opportunities in which delegates can learn knowledge in peacebuilding.

Have a look at the 2018 Peace Summit Video:

Benefits for students:

  • Opportunity to initiate peace building efforts as a Humanitarian Affairs Peace Ambassador for a period of up to 1-year.
  • Network with like-minded individuals who are passionate about Peace.
  • Add to their social impact experiences and enhanced their global citizenship education.

For more information about the summit, speakers and registration, please refer to the attached brochure and click here for the post event report of the previous summit. 

Pre-requisites for delegates:

  • Applicants should be between the ages of 17-35 years old.
  • They should be passionate about social change, global issues and current affairs.
  • A self-initiated 1-year opportunity to promote peace as a Humanitarian Affairs Peace Ambassador.

Interested students could write in to us for ideas on self-funding to support their participation at the summit. The 2020 Peace Summit of Emerging Leaders is at the United Nations Conference Centre in Bangkok, Thailand from February 5 to 7, 2020.

Preeteashwari Jeyaseelan

Global Partnership Associate

Humanitarian Affairs Asia

Bangkok. Thailand.

Tel: +6692-929-3345

Web: www.humanitarianaffairs.org

Inspiring Individuals. Transforming Communities.

The University of Nairobi through C4DLab and strategic industry partners is running a year-long prestigious Innovation Fellowship. The competitive fellowship will give 15 select fellows an opportunity to solve real-life local problems while applying the 21st century 4Cs skills and explore human-centered design thinking methodologies.

C4DLab therefore invites final year and masters students to apply for this fellowship at https://c4dlab.ac.ke/innovation-fellowship/.  Application is open till 20th September 2019.

Find out more

This is to invite you to the Institute for Development Studies Research Seminar
 
Date : Thursday, 3rd  October  2019
 
Time : 2.00pm- 4.00pm
 
Venue : MLT 401, University of Nairobi Tower
 
Presenter : Dr. Tobias Nyumba
 
Topic : Communities Experiences and Perceptions of the Impacts of Transportation Infrastructure Development on Natural Capital: A Rapid Evidence Assessment of the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) in Kenya
 
 
Dr. Nyumba is a Post-doctoral Research Fellow at the University of Nairobi's Institute for Climate Chane and Adaptation (ICCA) and the African Conservation Centre (ACC) for the Development Corridors Partnership (DCP) Project: A global research project that aims to generate decision -relevant evidence related to challenges facing development corridor processes in East Africa and feed it into key decision making processes to improve the sustainable development outcomes of investments in development corridors.
 
Dr. Nyumba is interested in conservation and development interventions, human well-being and poverty alleviation, particularly in sub- Saharan Africa. He is keen to promote science and applied research with practical relevance to biodiversity conservation and development policy within a multi-disciplinary framework.
 
Dr. Radha Upadhyaya
Institute for Development Studies
University of Nairobi