Prof Geoffrey Kironchi (Left) and other CAVS staff members participating in e-Capacity training at KARLO.
College staff members, who are also web-champions, participated in training and installation of e-Capacities workshop at Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Organisation (KARLO). E-capacities is an online resource mobilization platform for workplaces, job providers, graduates and job seekers to interact.
Head of Clinical Studies Department, Prof. Daniel Waweru Gakuya (2nd Right) and Dr. Tequiero Abuom (3rd Right) illustrating to the Italian delegates the key areas for construction of the modern dairy unit at CAVS Vet-Farm, Kanyariri.
Mifugo ni mali Livestock expo is a combination of an experiential livestock conference bringing together different actors in the pastoral value chains with an aim to bringing the livestock agenda as a priority sector for governments but more importantly explore opportunities of collaboration, promote the commercial value of extensive livestock value chains and opening up investment opportunities.
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Student Affairs) having a talk with CAVS student leader.
The University of Nairobi Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Student Affairs), Prof. Isaac Mbeche, visited CAVS students this morning. Together with the students, he toured their hostels and catering unit.
Such visits reinforce the bond between University students and staff members.
Prof. Charles Mulei, CAVS acting Principal (Center), chairing the second stakeholder meeting on protection and conservation of Mathare Dam.
College Environmental Sustainability Committee had meeting with Senior Officers from National Environment Management Authority (NEMA), Water Resource Management Authority (WRMA) and property developers adjacent to Kabete Field Station.