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CAVS Tree Planting Ceremony Chief Guest, Dr. John Omiti, the Executive Director- KIPPRA, watering a Green Heart Tree which he planted during the event at Kanyariri

This morning, CAVS, in conjunction with other stakeholders, successfully conducted a Tree Planting ceremony at Veterinary Farm (Kanyariri) in a bid to conserve the environment and preserve its aesthetic value. The event, whose theme was Greener Cleaner Environment, saw the college plant more than 5000 tree seedlings; making the total count to be approximately above 120,000 since the inception of this noble exercise thanks to CAVS Tree Committee.  

The master of ceremony, Prof. P.K Gathumbi, noted that the event was in concurrence with the core values of the college that emphasize on conservation of the environment as enshrined under Article 69 in Kenya’s constitution. In representing the CAVS Principal, Prof. Gathumbi appreciated the presence of KIPPRA, KEFRI, ILRI, KARI and ICRISAT as collaborating institutions. Similarly, he acknowledged that the noble constitutional activity was a success with the blessing of the University of Nairobi.



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Kanyariri Veterinary Farm, CAVS
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This year's CAVS first tree planting ceremony will be held at Kanyariri Veterinary Farm on Friday, 4th April, 20014 starting from 10.00am.

All are welcome.



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Kanyariri Vet Farm
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University of Nairobi Student Google Ambassadors pausing for a photo outside Taifa Hall

Google Africa team performed their prestigious Africa Connected event at the University of Nairobi’s Taifa Hall this morning. The event is an initiative by Google and partners to promote the value of the web in the lives of the people of Africa by sharing success stories powered by the web.



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Taifa Hall
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Over the weekend the University of Nairobi; College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences (UoN-CAVS) registered two wins as the Universities and Colleges Football League (UCFL) entered the seventh round over the weekend. Cavs capitalised on home ground advantage to beat Nairobi Institute of Business Studies (Nibs Ruiru) 2-0 in their first match of the weekend. Joseph Gacheru opened the score line after 28 minutes of play to give the home team a 1-0 lead by the breather. The newcomers went to the half-time break with the 1-0 lead but luck was on their side when Joseph Thuku scored their second after an hour mark.



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Taifa Hall
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Dr. Jane Ambuko (Principal Investigator/Innovation Champion) Presenting Proof of Concept Award to Prof. A. Mwang'ombe, Principal, CAVS

 

The award was given for a research project titled ‘Innovative Cooling Option for Smallholder Farmers’. The project is funded by the USAID under the Kenya Feed the Future Innovation Engine(KFIE).The project is a collaborative initiative involving various partners in Kenya and USA. The University of Nairobi is the lead institution with team members including Dr. Jane Ambuko (Principal Investigator/Innovation Champion, Prof. Margaret Hutchinson (Team member), Ms. Nancy Kemunto (Field Manager) and Mr. Oscar SalimWanyama (Field Manager). Other partners include Dr. Willis Owino (Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology), Dr. Lusike Wasilwa (Kenya Agricultural Research Institute), Ms Britta Hansen (HortCRSP), Prof. Michael Reid (University of California Davis) and Mr. Ron Khosla (Store-it-cold). The University of Nairobi is the only public institution that was awarded in this wave. The project is funded under the proof of concept (Phase I) stage with potential to be scaled up tothe roll-out phase (Phase II).

The goal of the Coolbot project is to provide poor smallholder horticultural farmers with an alternative low-cost cold storage option. Why cold storage? Horticultural commodities are very highly perishable with a very short shelf life. For smallholder farmers, this means that they have to harvest and sell the commodities immediately. If they do not get markets for their produce, the produce goes to waste.



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Taifa Hall
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SEMIs is pleased to announce the sale of maize beginning 1st April, 2014. The maize will be sold at the Hislop Parking in Main Campus daily from 11:00am to 3:00pm. Each maize cob will go for KShs. 10. For any orders or enquiries kindly contact Rosebenna Cherono on 0724332654. 



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Hislop Parking - Main Campus
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The Principal, Prof. A. Mwang'ombe Presenting certificates of participation to the team members after the martch

 

This year's Prof. Mwang'ombe's Bull Match was played on Friday, 28/3/2014 at the College's football field. The annual event pits two football teams drawn from the college's two faculties; Faculty of Agriculture and Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. The Friday's match ended up in a draw, however, a winner of the bull was to be determined under all circumstances. This called for the winner to be determined through penalties that saw the Faculty of Agriculture team emerge the winner.

While addressing the players and other students after the match, the Principal, Prof. A. Mwang'ombe thanked the students for the team spirit and calmness they exhibited throughout the match. She encouraged the students to have the same spirit in their stay in the University of Nairobi and put more effort in their studies. She thereafter presented a tropy to the winning team and certificates of participation to all participants. On their part, the students thanked the Principal for the support she has tireless offered to the team and they promised to work hard both in sports and academics.

Present during the match were the College's acting Registrar, Mrs. E. Ngunga, the college sports & games officer in charge, Mrs. R. Marete, College ICT Officer in Charge, Mr. P. Mulwa, among other members of staff.

Click here to view the match images.



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CAVS SPORTS GROUND
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Departments of Animal Production and Vet Farm
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Mrs. Margret Adura in her office.

When walking into the ICT Center, you will certainly bump into young individuals actively learning and using modern-day technological devices in research activities. Every so often, it becomes challenging for guests to distinguish students from young staff members and it is this kind of atmosphere makes it easy to notice Mrs. Margret Adura Nyagoha; the ICT Center’s exceptional grandmother figure.



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Departments of Animal Production and Vet Farm
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CAVS Men Football Team, 2014

The Universities and Colleges Football league 2014 started on the weekend of 15th February 2014 and CAVS hosted the opening league matches. The league started on a high note and our college football team made history by topping the league table for the first time.

In our subsequent matches the team has worn various highly rated teams including the defending champions. This has really excited our college and colleague fans who have joined the team in celebrating the sweet victory.



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Departments of Animal Production and Vet Farm
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CAVS today hosted delegates from  Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Malawi, The delegation had an opportunity to meet the college management led by the acting Principal, Prof. Michael Okoth, the two faculty deans, chairmen of departments, college registrar among others. Issues of collaboration between UoN and LUANAR were discussed. View visit image gallery.



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College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences
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The Department of Field Station is currently selling Tilapia Fish at Ksh.350 per Kilogram. Kindly book through the Secretary, Department of Field Station on dept-field@uonbi.ac.ke or 020 -2022371



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Field Station, Upper Kabete Campus, CAVS
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ICTC members of staff during their meeting in the boardroom.

ICT staff members from all campuses held a special meeting at the ICT centre in Chiromo campus.



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MAIN CAMPUS
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On 24th February, 2014 at around 1130hours, the College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences carried out the above exercise and response was very good. A mock fire was lit behind 8.4.4 building and an alarm was raised to test the alertness of both students and staff. Both staff and students evacuated very fast and in good time. They were later addressed by officials of Nairobi County Fire Brigade who pointed out to them areas of weaknesses in the response and what is expected of them in case of such an exercise or when there is real fire anywhere.

Click to view the event photographs in video form.



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CAVS, Upper Kabete
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CAVS managers had a ISO sensitisation workshop on Thursday, 20th February, 2014. The managers were sensitized on Quality Management System (QMS) activities towards ISO 9001 Recertification. The workshop was attended by the College Principal, Prof. Agnes W. Mwang'ombe, Deans of Faculties, Director (WMI), Chairmen of Departments, College Registrar, Assistant Registrars of faculties, Chief technologists and Administrative Assistants of various departments. The training was conducted by Mr. Ibrahim Otieno (Director, ICT Centre), Mr. Christopher Moturi (Deputy Director, SCI) and Mr. Paul Kariuki (Deputy Director - MIS, ICT Centre). Inattendance was Mr. Lawrence Mulota, Senior Assistant Registrar, Central Administration.



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8.4.4 Building Boardroom
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The University of Nairobi on the 18th of February, 2014, participated in the National soil testing results launch and fertilizer flag off. The occasion was graced by his Excellency the president, Uhuru Kenyatta and the deputy president, Hon. William Ruto. The occasion, held at Egerton University, Njoro, was specifically meant to launch soil testing results conducted in 147 sub-counties across the country to establish soil health status to avoid blanket fertilizer recommendations and enhance use of specific recommendations. The launch, was also used to flag off the supply of government subsidized fertilizers for the upcoming planting season. 



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Egerton University
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Field Station, Upper Kabete, CAVS
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The University of Nairobi has developed a programme to sensitize staff on service provision to persons with hearing disabilities.  The sensitization for the College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences was held on Monday February 17, 2014 from 10.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. in Room 206 Agriculture Building.

 

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CAVS, Room 206 Agriculture Building
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Field Station, Upper Kabete
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The University of Nairobi has beat stiff competition to emerge as the best university in East and Central Africa.



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Field Station, Upper Kabete
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CAVS is currently selling prime and tender beef in the Field Staion, Upper Kabete @350/= per Kg.

To avoid disappointment place your order with the Manager, Field Station on 020-2022371



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Field Station, Upper Kabete
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CAVS is currently selling eggs @ Ksh. 280/= per tray in the Department of Animal Production.

For more information contact the Chairman, Department of Animal Production on 020-2181370 or 0722245489.



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Department of Animal Production
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CAVS is currently selling broilers as follows at the Department of Animal Production, Upper Kabete and at the Kanyariri Vet Farm:

  • Live weight @ 220/= per Kg
  • Dressed @ 330/= per Kg

For more information contact:

  • Chairman Department of Animal Production - 020-2181370 or 0722245489
  • Kanyariri Vet Farm Manager - 0724454306

All are welcome.



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Department of Animal Production, Upper Kabete and Kanyariri Vet Farm
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The purpose was to train the student leaders on transformational leadership, interrogate their understanding of leadership and establish whether after they have win in the leadership campaigns, they remain in campaign mode or focus on service delivery. The training further interrogated how the student leaders should work with the college administration to improve on service delivery. The training took place between 24th and 26th 2014 at the Kibwezi field station.



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Kibwezi Field Station
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The office of the Principal, CAVS organised a professional guidance and mentorship session for the 2013/2014 first year students who reported to the College on 13/1/2014 to pursue various degrees offered in the College's two Faculties of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine.

The session provided a great experience and opportunity to the first year students to share and streamline their lifelong carrier dreams. The speakers in the session were The Principal, Deans, Director (WMI) and chairpersons of departments.



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8.4.4 Building, CAVS, Upper Kabete
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The College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences on 13th/01/2014 received first year studentS (K.C.S.E 2012) who have been admited through the Joint Admission Board (JAB) to pursue various degrees in the college.

 

Registration exercise went on successfully on Tuesday, 14/1/2014 at the 8.4.4. Lecture Threatre. Orientation programme started on Wednesday, 15/1/2014. Download the oreintation programme.



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CAVS, Upper Kabete
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This is a three-day training which focusses on competences and skills required to function in academia in an effective and pleasant way, setting the scene for a future career development. Via hands-on workshops, where active learning is the mode, participants will be given insight and tools how to tackle issues they may be confronted with as academics.

Click to download STAFF training programme.

A similar training for PhD candidates will run over the same period. The focus of the PhD candidates training will be on competences and skills required to function in academia in an effective and pleasant way as a PhD candidate, setting the scene for a future career in academia. Via hands-on workshops, where active learning is the mode, participants will be given insight and tools on how to tackle issues they may be confronted with as PhD candidate/young academic.

Click to download STUDENT training programme.



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LARMAT - CAVS (Upper Kabete)
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The Principal CAVS, Prof. A. W. Mwang'ombe with College Students during the College fun day which was successfully held on 7th December 2013. The event created an opportunity for staff and students to play various sports, socialize and have fun. 



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College Of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences Fun Day
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The Field Station has the following indigenous vegetables for sale:
 
1. Managu 
2. Sagett
3. Terere
 
 
Price: Ksh 20 per batch
 


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College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences - Field Station
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The staff and students at CAVS attended a mentorship program scheduled on Wednesday 27th November, 2013 from 12.45p.m. up to 2.30p.m.  The Chief Guest speaker was Dr. Peter Okaalet, the Executive Director, Okaalet and Associates. 

 

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8.4.4 Lecture Theater, CAVS
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The College continues to focus on clean, green environment and providing specific places one can enjoy a cool breeze. It is this committment that made staff and students to participate in a tree planting event on Saturday 23rd November 2013 at Ngong Field Station.



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NGONG FIELD STATION
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The Kanyariri Tree Planting event took place on Wednesday, 20th November 2013 as planned.  During tree planting, 5,000 indigenous tree seedlings were planted along the river banks to protect the riverine which is the end of the vet farm.



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KANYARIRI FARM
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The University will commemorate the World AIDS Day on November 30, 2013 at the College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences (CAVS) at the Upper Kabete Campus. The theme this year is "Getting to Zero: Zero New HIV Infections, Zero Discrimination, Zero AIDS Related Deaths." Read more about World AIDS Day.



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Upper Kabete, CAVS
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Tree planting at College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences (CAVS) will take place at three Sites.The University of Nairobi Ngong field station, Kibwezi Dryland station and Kanyariri Vet farm. The total of seedlings to be planted will be 7500.

Kibwezi Dyland field station

1000 seedlings will be planted on 15th, November, 2013 along the Kibwezi river as means of conserving the Kibwezi river. Students to participate in the activity.

 

CAVS Vet Farm, Kanyariri

Along the river as boundary,students and staff will participate in the activity. 5000 seedlings will be planted on 20th, November, 2013

Ngong Forest Station

CAVS students, staff and Ngong local community will participate in the activity of planting 1000 seedlings on 23rd, November, 2013. As part of community outreach, 500 medicinal seedlings will be given to the local community.



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Kanyariri Vet Farm, Kibwezi Field Station and Ngong Forest Field Station
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Unlike raising of layers and broilers, Intensive systems of producing indigenous chickens commercially are uncommon. But due to the heavy demand for indigenous chickens in many urban and rural areas, many people are now considering venturing into this practice. However, most lack the production skills. It is in this regard and following a successful training in the month of October, that College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences, University of Nairobi is pleased to announce a short course in Indigenous Chicken Production, to be held at the Field Station, Upper Kabete campus from 3 to 5 December 2013. The course seeks to impart the required knowledge and develop the competencies required to ensure sustainable commercial indigenous chicken production. It targets farmers, NGOs, Youth and Youth Groups, Extension Personnel, Agro-chemical companies and any group or persons interested in commercial indigenous chicken production. 

 

All are welcome to apply.


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Field Station, Upper Kabete
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The African Agricultural Technology Foundation (AATF) today donated books and publications to the College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences library. The AATF which is cerebrating its 10th Anniversary, as aprt of the cerebration, it will be donating relevant books to selected University libraries across 10 countries where in currently has projects in Africa. This initiative is geared towards enriching young minds in advancement in Science and Technology, Agriculture and Biotechnology. View the Lists of donated books.



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Principal's Board Room, CAVS
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The Bioversity International Director General, M. Ann Tutwiler paid a courtesy call to the College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences (CAVS), Principal, Prof. Agnes W. Mwang'ombe on 8/11/2013. She was accompanied by the Bioversity International's Sub-Saharan Africa Regional Director, Jojo Baidu-Forson.



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Principal's Board Room, CAVS
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Following a successful short course training in Greenhouse Crop Production in the month of October, 2013, the College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences (CAVS), University of Nairobi is yet again pleased to announce another short course in Greenhouse Crop Production, to be held at the Field Station, Upper Kabete campus on 26 - 28 November 2013. The course is designed to meet the needs of horticultural farmers, NGOs, Youth and Youth Groups, Extension Personnel, Agro-chemical companies and any group or persons interested in the production of fruits, vegetables and flowers in a greenhouse environment. The course is practical based, with emphasis on greenhouse management, production practices, and marketing. The course will be offered for three days. A certificate will be awarded on successful completion of the course.

All are welcome to apply.


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Field Station, Upper Kabete Campus
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The College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences (CAVS) held this year's first tree planting ceremony and a public lecture on environmental conservation today, Wednesday, 23/10/2013. The ceremony was held at the University of Nairobi, College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences Field Station.

One of the trees planted

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The University organizes tree planting activities twice a year i.e. in each rainy season.  This is in line with one of the University’s core values of respect for and conservation of the environment and also with the National Reform Policy in Forestry, which requires active participation by all stakeholders in order to ensure the attainment of at least 10% forest cover in Kenya. This year’s theme was “Greener, Cleaner Environment” and the target was to extend an existing botanical garden with at least 500 medicinal plants constituting about 50 different species in collaboration with other institutions and members of the public.  


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The college also targets to plant 1000 other plants as a first step towards the establishment of an environmental park at the College. This tree planting ceremony was one of a number of events in the ongoing Rapid Results Initiative (RRI) sensitization programme on the role of the University of Nairobi in the implementation of the Constitution of Kenya 2010. The ceremony was graced by Mr. Charles Nyachae, Chairperson of the Commission for Implementation of the Constitution.



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CAVS Botanical Garden, Field Station
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CAVS was at it once more in championing for creation of awareness in executing the constitution in public institutions and enhancing public service integrity thanks to its RRI activities. Today’s RRI public lecture had its focus on leadership, public service and veterinary services and practice. The guest speaker was Ms. Naomi Njuguna from School of Law-UoN.

In her opening remarks, she acknowledged the contribution of agriculture and veterinary science in the growth of the nation which, according to the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) 2013 Economic Survey, grew by 3.8 per cent and contributed 17.6 per cent of the overall Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

This being the present case, she admitted that in implementing the constitution, agriculture serves as the key to empowering citizens with socio-economic rights. With regards to this, professionals have to embrace value based leadership especially in the public service sector.



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8.4.4 Building
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In this year's Nairobi International trade fair, the College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences again had an excellent performance that exceed last year. A total of 125 prizes and   19   trophies   were won in the livestock, Poultry, Farm produce and rabbits that were exhibited in the trade fair. This performance was exceptional as we won trophies for the rabbits and indigenous chicken for the first time. Read more on the performance in the various categories. Click to view Certificates awarded.



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Jamhuri NITF Grounds, Nairobi
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The schedule of semester dates for the academic year 2013/2014 is available for staff and students. Click here to view the schedule or click to download the schedule.

 



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Jamhuri NITF Grounds, Nairobi
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Prof. Wakhungu, Cabinet Secretary, Ministry
of Environment, Water and Natural Resources
assisted by Prof Kiama, Director WMI in plant
a commerative tree

Prof. Judi Wakhungu, Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Environment, Water and Natural officially launched a project dubbed Stabilizing Kenya through Resolving Forest Related Conflicts (STAKE). The project is an exciting partnership between the Wangari Maathai Institute (WMI), The Green Belt Movement (GBM), Kenya Forest Research Institute KEFRI) and the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. It is expected to contribute to stability in Kenya by understanding and targeting the underlying factors that lead to conflicts over forest related resources. This 3-year project funded by the Danish Development Agency (DANIDA) will also contribute to Kenya’s long-term development by mentoring and training the next generation of talented, young academicians through provision of scholarships for Masters and PhD training.



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Jamhuri NITF Grounds, Nairobi
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Dr. Jane Ambuko (Principal Investigator/Innovation Champion) Presenting Proof of Concept Award to Prof. A. Mwang'ombe, Principal, CAVS

The award was given for a research project titled ‘Innovative Cooling Option for Smallholder Farmers’. The project is funded by the USAID under the Kenya Feed the Future Innovation Engine(KFIE).The project is a collaborative initiative involving various partners in Kenya and USA. The University of Nairobi is the lead institution with team members including Dr. Jane Ambuko (Principal Investigator/Innovation Champion, Prof. Margaret Hutchinson (Team member), Ms. Nancy Kemunto (Field Manager) and Mr. Oscar SalimWanyama (Field Manager). Other partners include Dr. Willis Owino (Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology), Dr. Lusike Wasilwa (Kenya Agricultural Research Institute), Ms Britta Hansen (HortCRSP), Prof. Michael Reid (University of California Davis) and Mr. Ron Khosla (Store-it-cold). The University of Nairobi is the only public institution that was awarded in this wave. The project is funded under the proof of concept (Phase I) stage with potential to be scaled up tothe roll-out phase (Phase II).

The goal of the Coolbot project is to provide poor smallholder horticultural farmers with an alternative low-cost cold storage option. Why cold storage? Horticultural commodities are very highly perishable with a very short shelf life. For smallholder farmers, this means that they have to harvest and sell the commodities immediately. If they do not get markets for their produce, the produce goes to waste.



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CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

THEME: Sustainable Development in Drylands: Transformative Education, Research and Community Empowerment

The Centre for Sustainable Dryland Ecosystem and Societies (CSDES), University of Nairobi, invites students to submit abstracts for oral and poster presentations during the 2nd Student-Led Conference to be held on 5th - 6th June, 2014 at the College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences (Upper Kabete Campus), University of Nairobi.

The goal of the conference is to highlight transformative strategies to education, and promote research and community empowerment for dryland sustainability in Sub-Saharan Africa. Contributions for oral and poster presentations are invited for the following

SUB-THEMES:

  1. Sustainable land management in a dynamic environment
  2. Economic opportunities for resilient pastoral livelihoods
  3. One Health: A holistic approach in public health, food safety, and disease control in drylands
  4. Dryland governance and resource management
  5. Innovation and technology transfer for dryland development
  6. Vulnerabilities and risk management in drylands

NB: Download elaborated sub-themes here



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CCU-UoN
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CAVS Tree Planting Ceremony Chief Guest, Dr. John Omiti, the Executive Director- KIPPRA, watering a Green Heart Tree which he planted during the event at Kanyariri



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Kanyariri Veterinary Farm, CAVS
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Department of Animal Production
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Chicks Hatched at the College Hatchery under the department of Animal Production, UoN



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Department of animal production
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4th Year Lecture Theatre, CSD
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4th Lecture Threatre, CSD - CAVS
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MSc Presentations:

1. Presenter:    Dr. Damaris Katee Mwololo

Title:    Sero-epidemiological survey of Q-fever in humans and livestock in Bura Irrigation Scheme, Tana River County, Kenya

  



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PHPT Seminar Room
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Vet Farm - Kanyariri
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The Vet farm was among the numerouse participants in the 2013 Nairobi International Trade Fair 



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NAIROBI INTERNATIONAL TRADE FAIR 2013
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On 3/9/13, the students together with their Lecturer, Prof. Dr. Peter-Henning Clausen visited the Faculty of veterinary medicine and were taken round the faculty according to the attached schedule.  The students were joined by a group of 10 students from the Faculty mainly in the Fourth year. At the Dept of Clinical studies, the students visited the Lecture theatres, and were shown around the small animal clinic, the large animal clinic, radiology room, and clinical laboratories. Read more.



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FoVM - CAVS, Upper Kabete
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Dear All Academic Staff

 
Please plan to attend a pre-defence PhD Seminar by Mr. Titus Magomere
	

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The Center for Sustainable Dryland Ecosystems and Societies (CSDES) in partnership with the African Development Solutions (ADESO) project on Resilience and Economic Growth in the Arid Lands (REGAL-IR) held a one day workshop on 11th March 2013 in Marsabit County.  The purpose of the workshop was to provide a platform for dissemination of findings of CSDES-supported participatory research carried out in arid and semi-arid areas (ASALs), as well as an opportunity to g

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Marsabit County
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In a world where job opportunities are continuously shrinking, it is more important than ever
before to manage and build your career.
Good is no longer good enough. The 21st century worker must strive for all round excellence.
As today workplace becomes increasingly more competitive, a professional image is
essential for those who want to make an impact. It can make the difference between


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LARMAT Lecture Room 206
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Principal's Message

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prof. A. W.  Mwang'ombe

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