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The Administration department of the University of Nairobi on Friday June 2, 2017 took her members of staff to Lake Elementaita in Gilgil for team building bonding activities.   As part of the University performance contracting requirements each unit is mandated to take its staff for team building at least once a year out of the normal working station.



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Lake Elementaita country lodge
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ADMINISTRATION TEAM BUILDING DAY 2017



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Lake Elementaita country lodge
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Among the several ways that locals use to destroy forests include logging and burning of trees. Once the forest is burnt, the land is hence used for agricultural purposes. The locals grow potatoes, maize among other crops.

According to Dr. Shah, the desertification of Mau Forest by the locals and the burning of the indigenous trees will accelerate the effects of climate change and the area will soon experience floods.  The area is bound to experience biological weathering. Biological weathering is weakening and subsequent disintegration of rock by plants, animals and microbes. Once the land is weak, the landslides over like it happened recently in the Embu region.



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C4DLab is offering a 3-4 month paid internship for up to 20 students. If you are computer literate, good in communication, interested and available visit C4DLab in Chiromo before 5pm on Wednesday May 30th and talk to Charles Katua (0720650592) to give you an application form.



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University of Nairobi Management Board organized a farewell luncheon for outgoing Principal, CHS, Prof. Isaac Kibwage on Wednesday, May, 31, 2017.

During the luncheon, Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Peter Mbithi, described Prof. Kibwage as a ‘good stock that the University of Nairobi will be taking to Egerton University. He is experienced and has commitment to serve.’ The Vice-Chancellor as well urged the Acting Principal, Prof. Fredrick Were to maintain the good record that has been set by the outgoing Principal.

Speaker after speaker described Prof. Kibwage as “capable manger, efficient and effective leader who has served the University community well over the last 10 years as College Principal.” Prof. Isaac Mbeche, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Student Affairs and Acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Administration and Finance, noted that Prof. Kibwage will be remembered fondly for his exemplary service.



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