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Varsity commences 2018-2023 strategic planning process

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

“The current University of Nairobi Strategic Plan for 2013-2018 is set to expire in June 2018,” said the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Peter Mbithi. “The strategic plan has served the University well, and we are now primed to develop another 5 year strategic plan. A team to develop the new strategic plan has been constituted and has already started working.”

The strategic plan team is being coordinated by Prof. Timothy Waema, of the School of Computing and Informatics, with representation from all colleges. It is expected that the plan will be ready for launch in April 2018.

On his part, acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Administration and Finance, Prof. Isaac Mbeche, said that the University has had a strategic plan since 2005.

“The 2005-2010 Strategic Plan aimed at transforming UoN to a world class university with the running theme of ‘world class excellence.’ This was later reviewed in 2007, and the 2008-2013 Strategic Plan steered the University towards responding to emerging challenges and opportunities,” he said. “With the running theme ‘sustaining progress towards world class status,’ the 2013- 2018 Strategic Plan was embodied on the Kenyan Vision 2030, ISO 9001:2013, UoN Charter 2012, among others.”

As part of its activities, the strategic plan team, or its representatives, will visit the colleges and other units for data collection from Tuesday, November 14, 2017.

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