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Staff of Administration department enjoying a cup of tea on arrival at the Lake Elementaita Country lodge on Friday June 2, 2017 for team building excercise.



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Lake Elementaita Country lodge Gilgil
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Members of staff in Administration department exercising at Lake Elementaita Country lodge on Friday June 2, 2017 as part of the University of Nairobi performance contracting requirement.



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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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8-4-4 BUILDING
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