The University of Nairobi wishes to inform all students who qualified for the award of various degrees and…
The University of Nairobi will hold a…
The College invites you to a tree planting session on Friday, 20 November 2020 at the …
Integrating crop species with different photosynthetic pathways has great potential to increase efficiency in the use of scarce resources.
Land degradation is a serious environmental problem of our time. In Kenya, it is estimated that 30% of the total land mass is severely degraded. Suswa catchment within Narok County is a good example with gullies of over 25 m deep and 30 m wide.
Rift Valley fever (RVF) is a vector-borne zoonotic disease caused by phlebovirus in the family Bunyaviridae. In Kenya, major outbreaks occurred in 1997–1998 and 2006–2007 leading to human deaths, huge economic losses because of livestock morbidity, mortality, and restrictionsRead more
Land Use and Land Cover Change (LULCC) is the most prominent cause of Soil Organic Carbon (SOC) variability in any landscape. Kenyan Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASALs) have been facing extensive land use/ cover changes in the last three decades prompting a review on the impactsRead more
The linkage between the University and the alumni is critical in forging strong partnership and collaboration for quality capacity development. There has been a weak linkage between the learning institution and their alumni, whichRead more
The College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences led by the Principal Prof. Rose Nyikal held tree planting exercise at Kanyariri Vet farm on 20th November, 2020. The University of Nairobi office of Career Services, Green Belt Movement, Acorn Holdings (QwetuRead more
The Principal CAVS, Prof. R. Nyikal, Director WMI, Prof. D. Mungai, Dean of Students/Director Career Services, Mr. Johnson Kinyua, Mr. John M. Mwangi, CEO, Workmate Green Solutions and Mr. Simon Nderitu, Sequence Entertainment, University of Nairobi. The team met at the WangariRead more