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From the left Dr. J. Muthee, Prof. Muthomi James, Prof. Wilson Mwaniki Ngecu, Mr. John Ngatia, Dr. T. Thenya, Prof. H. Mutembei - Director WMI and Dr. T. Ndiwa

Mr. Mukaria S. Murangiri successfully defends his PhD thesis entitled, Analysis of traffic police awareness, attitude and practices on motor vehicle air pollution in the Nairobi Central Business District and Environs," in a panel held at the Wangari Maathai Institute for Peace and Environmental Studies on Wednesday November 1, 2017.

 



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Thandiwe Chemng’orem presents deliberation of the Focus Group Discussion

The Wangari Maathai Institute in conjunction with Babson College conducted a successful Launch and Grow Fellows' Focus Group Discussions (FGDs) for Cohorts I and II through the support of Fundacion Mujeres Por Africa (FMxA). The FDGs were held on November 14-15, 2017 at the College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences (CAVS) 8.4.4 Boardroom and facilitated by Alicia Cebada, Project Manager, Women for Africa Foundation, Marta Villa, the Director General, Women for Africa Foundation and Dr. Jane Mutune, Coordinator/Lecturer, WMI. Launch and Grow is women’s entrepreneurship program that consists of a mentorship process for the women entrepreneurs’ beneficiaries of the project. The phase I of the program is implemented by Babson College while phase II is implemented by WMI in conjunction with Babson and Fundacion Mujeres Por Africa (FMxA).



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On the right, Ms. Kong’ani L. N. S., PhD Candidate, Wangari Maathai Institute and other participants’ group photo during the Co-DEC policy seminar

The Co-Designing Energy Communities (Co-DEC) policy seminar was successfully held on November 8, 2017at Chiromo Conference, Chiromo Campus. The seminar was attended by participants drawn from different backgrounds to deliberate on the health, energy and housing nexus using the case study of Mathare informal settlement. Its aim was to build a shared understanding on integrated policy frameworks that can address the energy-health challenge in poor urban households in Kenya.

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The Wangari Maathai Institute for Peace and Environmental Studies, University of Nairobi in collaboration with Babson College held a successful workshop and Cohort I’s graduation ceremony. These events were held on November 11, 2017 at the College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences (CAVS) Clinical Studies Seminar room. Launch and Grow is women’s entrepreneurship program that consists of a mentorship process for the women entrepreneurs’ beneficiaries of the project. The phase I of the program is implemented by Babson College while phase II is implemented by WMI in conjunction with Babson and Fundacion Mujeres Por Africa (FMxA).

The project’s goal is to build the capacity of the entrepreneurs particularly on finance, growth and corporate governance, coaching and community building. The first cohort consist of 14 women entrepreneurs among whom 11 successfully completed their training and mentorship process. The second cohort consists of 14 entrepreneurs who have already undertaken the one week intensive training in Babson College.

The events were presided over by María Teresa Fernández de la Vega, Women for Africa's Foundation President and Prof. S.G. Kiama, Principal, CAVS. In her remarks, Maria Teresa indicated that, “Entrepreneurship means an opportunity for personal empowerment and greater autonomy for women. It enables them to take up the reins of their life, even in very difficult social and family contexts. You are helping to change the existing social stereotypes about women. That is a great responsibility that should always guide your decisions. I know that you are aware that one must lead by example. In my opinion, we would make a mistake if we limit ourselves to replicating the role that has been played by men and their companies. I think that it would be wiser if we make an effort to “feminise” the economy, introducing women’s experience. In this sense, your experience is extremely valuable.”



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Dr. Jane M. Mutune, Lecturer Wangari Maathai Institute delivering her presentation during the 6th International Conference on Drylands Deserts and Desertification (DDD

The Drylands Deserts and Desertification conference moored on the theme Theory and Practice convened a multidisciplinary of scientists from all over the globe. The conference sessions dwelt on the various techniques innovated by scientists and the implementation of the techniques to achieve sustainable development goals including set of policies and laws to enable the implementation of the techniques. The core message for me was business as usual (BAU) is not an option, there is need to take up holistic approach for better management of agriculture, natural resources in an effective and efficient manner. Some of the techniques towards sustainability included the Land Degradation Neutrality to that involves avoid, reduce and reverse degradation whose results are enhanced food security, healthy ecosystems and human wellbeing.



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