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Tatu City offers University of Nairobi Postgrad candidates practical experience

Department of Real Estate and Construction Management and Tatu City establish partnership

Tatu City, the mixed-use, mixed-income satellite city development on 2,500 acres near Nairobi, is offering practical experience to postgraduate candidates from the University of Nairobi’s Department of Real Estate & Construction Management (RECM).

During their inaugural visit to Tatu City, which will be home to 100,000 residents and receive 30,000 visitors daily, a group of RECM postgraduate candidates were introduced to Tatu City’s implementation strategy and the challenges of project planning and project management of a large-scale urban development.

The group of postgraduate candidates included individuals studying for master’s degrees in valuation and property management and construction management. Among the group were registered and practising architects, quantity surveyors, land valuers, engineers, land surveyors, project managers, property managers and estate agents.

UoN Press New Title: Health, Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction in Africa by David E. Sahn

Health, Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction in Africa by David E. Sahn is the most recent addition to UONP's backlist. It is available from UNES Bookstore as well as other leading bookshops - Text Book Centre, Savanis, Nakumatt, etc.

Health, Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction in Africa: The studies in this volume focus on those differences in health, among other issues, which arise not from chance or from the decision of the individual, but from avoidable differences in social, economic and environmental variables that are largely beyond individual control and can be addressed by public policy.

This volume, which follows in the best of the African Economic Research Consortium’s (AERC) traditions, is an outcome of a collaborative effort, as can be seen from the many different contributors. Its focus is on current and emerging issues on health, economic growth and poverty reduction in sub-Saharan Africa.

David E. Sahn is an International Professor of Economics in the Division of Nutritional Sciences and the Department of Economics at Cornell University, USA. Sahn holds a PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Masters of Public Health from the University of Michigan.

 

 

 

Second Training Course on Mangrove Ecosystems of the Western Indian Ocean Region

Wetlands International is happy to announce that Applications are now open for the SECOND TRAINING COURSE ON MANGROVE ECOSYSTEMS OF THE WESTERN INDIAN OCEAN REGION to be held at the Centre of Marine Sciences, Moana, University of Nairobi Diani, Kenya from 17 – 28th  May 2016.

 

The first course, supported by the Western Indian Ocean Marine Sciences Association (WIOMSA) through its Marine Science for Management (MASMA) programme, was successfully held in Kenya in 2013 and supported 24 participants from the WIO region (http://inweh.unu.edu/mangrove-wio-region/).

This 10 day Second Training Course, again supported by WIOMSA-MASMA, is jointly implemented by the United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health (UNU-INWEH), with Annemalai University (India) and regional  partners: WIO Mangrove Network (WMN), Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute (KMFRI), Wetlands International, The Coastal Oceans Research and Development - Indian Ocean (CORDIO), IUCN ‘Resilient Coast Initiative’, University of Nairobi, Nairobi Convention, and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) “Coastal East Africa Initiative” (CEA-NI).

 

All fourth year 2011 KCSE candidates: Online Room Application for Academic Year 2016/2017

This is to inform you that the room application exercise for the 2016/2017 academic year for the above group of students is to start on the 15th February 2016 and closes on the 15th March 2016 Midnight. You are hereby encouraged to apply to avoid any inconveniences. 
 
Take note that there shall be no extension after the closure on the 15th March 2016. All queries pertaining to online room application process should be addressed to hamis@uonbi.ac.ke or through telephone numbers 0204913433 or 0204913405
Please comply to avoid any inconvenience.