Professor Julius Alexander Ogeng'o, Professor of Human Anatomy, will deliver his inaugural lecture today at 4.00p.m. At Taifa Hall. Academic staff, students and members of the public are welcome to the lecture the title of the inaugural lecture is

"Anatomical Variations among Black Kenyans: Relevance in Health and Disease"

 



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Today the University marked the 57th Graduation day.There was 3,645 students

who received degrees and diplomas at the ceremony. for more detailed story

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Prof Meoli Kashorda, the CEO KENET, with a team of managers from KENET  paid a courtesy call to the University of Nairobi ICTC Centre. He was received by the Director ICTC Christopher Moturi,  Deputy Directors and other Head of Sections of the Centre.



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ICT BOARDROOM
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The ICT Department today Tuesday 23rd May 2017 conducted an evaluation exercise of the department. The aim of the evaluation was to gauge how much the department has achieved in terms of the webometrics parameters. These parameters are; impact, excellence, transparency, openness.



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ICT BOARDROOM
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The just concluded 2017 Triple Helix summit held at the University of Nairobi was all about Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s). The theme for this year was ‘’Accelerating the Attainment of SDG’s through ICT +Data’’.

Triple Helix is a methodology of how to reach sustainability; going beyond teaching to reach/achieve development



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ICT BOARDROOM
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A panelist at the 2017 Triple Helix Summit, Mr. Benson Kimani discussed in detail on the roadmap and domestication of SDG’s and what Kenya needs to achieve these goals in order to end poverty, fight inequality and injustice, and tackle climate change by 2030.

The strategic areas of focus on the roadmap include:



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UON TOWERS
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On Thursday 6th April a panel of experts engaged the audience on the role of ICT and data on the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals.



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UON TOWERS-MANU CHANDARIA CENTRE
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Administrators from various schools were today 29th march 2017 given a refresher course on online application and rolling admissions systems. This system was first used in the September 2016 intake and it has now been rolled out to 2017 January and may intake.



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ict Corporate lab
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(Finland Ambassador H.E Tarja Fernandez)



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UON TOWERS lECTURE HALL 401
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(Seated:left is the outgoing ICT Director Dr. Ibrahim Otieno and on the right is the new Director Mr. Christopher Moturi together with ICT staff)



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ICT BOARDROOM-CHIROMO
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Dr. Ibrahim Otieno is the Director ICT. He has served in this capacity from May 2012 up to date. The Director took some time to talk to us on work, family and future aspirations.

How would you describe Dr. Ibrahim Otieno?

I consider myself to be a loyal worker, dedicated, committed and a self-motivated person. I am also highly skilled with vast experience in Management of ICT.



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ICT BOARDROOM-CHIROMO
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The Maintenance Section is one of the core sections of ICT. It is the section mandated to ensure the purchase, replacement and implementation of critical equipment at the Data Centre and offices. This equipment include; the Interruptible Power System,(UPS), Line Printers, Air Conditioners (ACs) generators and all other machinery used in the offices.



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ICT BOARDROOM-CHIROMO
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THE 2017 Nairobi Innovation Week is set to run from 6th to 10th March 2017. This is the best platform for local startups to showcase their innovations. The Ministry of Industry, Trade and Cooperatives, a strategic partner of the Nairobi Innovation Week (NIW) initiated the Nairobi Innovation Week. Startups (NIW.Startups) to enhance local startups.



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ICT BOARDROOM-CHIROMO
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The 2017 Nairobi innovation week will be held in March. This was revealed by the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Peter Mbithi who was speaking to potential partners at the Nairobi Innovation Week 2017 breakfast meeting. The meeting was held with the purpose of seeking more partners for the innovation week.



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ICT BOARDROOM-CHIROMO
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Members of staff from various departments in Central were today 3rd November trained on how to use the staff clearance and staff movement systems.

Staff movement is a system that will enable the administration track records of staff during internal transfers, show any staff away on study leave, sabbatical leave or maternity leave, and staff who are away from the office on work travel.



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MASTERS COMPUTING LAB
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The University of Nairobi has been officially admitted to Worldwide Universities Network (WUN). This is following the participation of the Vice Chancellor Prof. Peter Mbithi in Australia-Africa Universities Network (AAUN) in Perth, Australia and the evaluation of UoN by the global Universities Network.



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MASTERS COMPUTING LAB
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The Nairobi Innovation Week 2017 (NIW2017) will be held between March 6th and 10th 2017. The Theme for NIW2017 is "Innovating to Solve Pressing Local and Global Challenges". If you would like to participate by submitting a research paper, kindly consider the following sub themes:

 

1. Agents of Change: Children, Adolescent and Young Adults

 

2. Tools to Enable and Facilitate Innovations

 

3. The Startup Movement as an avenue for solving pressing challenges

 



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MASTERS COMPUTING LAB
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Two University of Nairobi Students have come up with a mobile application called MealTime that aims at offering a solution in the Student Welfare Association (SWA) Kitchens. The app aims at reducing queues, fastening the serving processes and enable advanced feedback system at the Student Masses within the University of Nairobi.



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MASTERS COMPUTING LAB
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The University of Nairobi joined other Stakeholders in celebrating the 10th International day of Non-Violence. The event was held at Taifa Hall on Monday 3rd October 2016. This day also coincides with the 147th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi



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Taifa Hall
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A team of 3 ICT members of staff visited Mombasa Campus on Friday 30th September 2016 ahead of the Commission for University Education (CUE) Audit which will take place later this month of October. The purpose of the visit was to ascertain that all ICT services at the Campus were CUE compliant in line with the World Class Status of the University of Nairobi.



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Taifa Hall
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Staff members from University Health Services (UHS) have undergone one day training on how to use University Health Management Information System (UHMIS). This is an in-house developed health automated system intended to be used by physicians, nurses and pharmacists.



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Taifa Hall
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UON and Housing Finance have entered into discussions on projects where the two institutions can collaborate. These projects include student scholarships, student accommodation, staff housing and credit facilities to staff.



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Council Chambers
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Senior Administrators from the University of Nairobi have undergone intensive two day training on labor laws. The training was conducted by The Federation of Kenya Employers (FKE) on 15th and 16th September 2016.



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Central Catering Unit (CCU)
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A public lecture entitled ‘Oil and Gas sector in the East African region: Challenges and development’ was held today 1st July 2016 at the University of Nairobi. The lecture was held in collaboration with Kenya Pipeline Company (KPC).



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TAIFA HALL
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In sub-Saharan Africa, Kenya is among the few that has the lowest number of illiterate youth. Over the last 15 years there has only been 2% increase in adult and youth literacy. These observations were made by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) specialist Mr. Hassan Abdi   when he visited the Vice Chancellor Prof. Peter Mbithi in his office today June 29Th 2016



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Vice-Chancellor's Office
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A new book by Mwangi Mathai - Beyond Poverty and Vulnerability in Kenya has been launched by University of Nairobi Press.

The launch was presided by P.L.O. Lumumba, the Director, Kenya School of Law urged the youth to see Africa as a rich continent as this is the only way that we can stop the culture of dependency and put more effort in building and liberating Africa.



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EDUCATION BULDING
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UON will continue to strengthen its existing relationship and collaborations with Regional Universities Forum for Capacity Building in Agriculture (RUFORUM). This was discussed in meeting held between the two organizations that were attended by the Vice Chancellor Prof. Peter Mbithi and Prof. Adipala Ekwamu, the Executive Secretary, RUFORUM.



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EDUCATION BULDING
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(Vice Chancellor Prof. Mbithi & President of Galilee Institute Dr. Joseph Shevel)

Discussions on collaboration between the University of Nairobi and Galilee International Management Institute-based in Northern Israel have started. The discussions took place in a meeting that was attended by the Vice Chancellor Prof. Peter Mbithi and the President of Galilee Institute Dr. Joseph Shevel.



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EDUCATION BULDING
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ICT Centre staff held a meeting today 20th June 2016 to check on the progress made so far by all the different sections of the department.



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ICT boardroom
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The 2nd International day of Yoga was held at the University of Nairobi grounds on June 19th 2016. The Event was graced by top dignitaries including sports cabinet secretary Dr.Hassan Wario who represented the Deputy President Willian Ruto.

Dr. Hassan Wario said that Yoga is a wholistic approach to the total wellbeing of a person. It is also a way of living healthy



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graduation squire
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(David meets Mrs. Margaret Fountain, The Global Benefactor of The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award Foundation)



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Bagshot Park, Surrey,London
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Today, 14th June 2016 marked International Blood Donor Day with the theme for this year being ‘blood connects all of us’.

Speaking during the event, the Vice Chancellor Prof. Peter Mbithi thanked the organizers for choosing to host the event at the University of Nairobi. ‘it is a demonstration that you have a high regard for this university'.



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Great Court
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Web Champions from Central Administration have gone through an extensive web drive. The champions were drawn from all the central departments and other university of Nairobi satellite campus. The aim of the web drive was to sensitive the champions on the different web parameters and how to go about adding or uploading content on the websites.



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ICT Corporate Laboratory
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All web champions from the central departments will undergo a thorough training on matters website. The aim of the training is to enable all the people involved in the websites, to be in a position to post and upload content for their various departments.



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ICT Corporate Laboratory
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A capacity building workshop was held today 8th June 2016 at JKML. The workshop was attended by Heads of Departments and staff members from the Central Administration.



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Maktaba Hall- Jomo Kenyatta Memorial Library
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The Vice Chancellor Professor Mbithi held a meeting today 6th June 2016 with all the Department Heads from the Central Administration. The meeting took place at the Confucius Institute (ED 213).

The aim of the meeting was discuss matters website and to update all the central heads how their departments were performing on presence, openness, visibility and impact. these are the indicaotrs used in the webmetrics to rank Universities.



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Confucius Institute (ED 213).
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miss maimuna hussein receiving an award

The University of Nairobi held a prize presentation ceremony today 20th May at Taifa Hall. The ceremony was held to recognize outstanding students in the 2011/2012 and 2012/2013 academic years.



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taifa hall
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vc meets oil and gas stakeholders in the country

Permanent Secretary for Shipping and Maritime Affair, Mrs. Nancy Karigithu, paid a courtesy call on the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Peter Mbithi. During the visit Mrs. Nancy tasked the University with producing engineers that will be useful in oil and gas exploration



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council chambers
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training trainers on how to use post graduate tracking system

(trainers at the ICT corporate laboratory)

Trainers have undergone an intense workshop/training on how to use the Postgraduate Academic Tracking Information System. The trainers comprise of Web Administrative Officers OIC’s (Officer in Charge), Deans, Directors, Chairmen of Departments, Faculty Admins and Exam Officers.



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ICT Corporate Laboratory
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The website team is currently undertaking a website drive in all the colleges. This is in an effort to boost the website web ranking indicators. The webometrics ranking is done after every six months. In the last web ranking the university was ranked 6th in Africa and 855 worldwide.



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ICT Corporate Laboratory
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The University of Nairobi has in the recent years made concerted effort in positioning itself as the regional innovation and technology hub. This has seen the institution continually develop system after system to ease operations and also push the university to the next level in matters technology. 

The University of Nairobi has now fully integrated Information Communication and Technology in most of its operations. This year alone, the University has launched two systems; Online Application Information System and Research Grant Management Information System (RGMIS).



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ICT Corporate Laboratory
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The data communication team has this week done an overhaul of the whole CBPS PABX (Private Automatic Branch Exchange) communication. This is an effort to increase efficiency in the telephone communication, and upgrade of the telecommunications to a much newer technology, reduce noise and increase in customer handling capacity.

PABX is an automatic telephone switching system which allows and controls the sharing of different phone lines between different communication devices



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ICT Corporate Laboratory
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The 2016 innovation week roadmap has officially kicked off. This year’s innovation week will take place from the 1st of August all through to 5th August. The 2016 innovation week will focus on partnerships for innovations that truly impact people and societies.



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Vice Chancellor's Parlour
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The University of Nairobi mid-year performance for the period 2015/2016 was reviewed by a team from the Department of Performance Contracting.



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Vice Chancellor's Parlour
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ICT staff members took the Oath of Confidentiality at the Council Chambers today Monday 21st March 2016. The vetting process started today and will be conducted on all members of staff of UON.



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council chambers
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(Eng. George Tanui C.E.O konza Techno city (KTC))

A Public Forum on Innovation –‘The Role of Universities in Building Kenya’s Innovation Ecosystem was held today Tuesday February 23rd 2016 at Taifa Hall. The guest speaker at the forum was Engineer George Tanui who is the Chief Executive Officer for Konza Techno City.



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TAIFA HALL
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ICT Centre is currently sensitizing staff on how to secure information. The training is running for five days; from 29th February to 3rd march 2016.  Some of the security measures being taught to the staff include: preventive maintenance, operating system activities, help desk, active directory, passwords and the internet.



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ICT Centre Corporate Laboratory
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The Research Grants Management Information System (RGMIS) was launched today, 24th February 2015 at CCU by the Vice Chancellor Prof. Peter Mbithi

Most of the researches in the University of Nairobi are managed using the manual system which has challenges particularly in terms of coordination and streamlining of the grant management processes and inability to effectively track research activities, information and outputs.



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CENTRAL CATERING UNIT
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C4DLab, the University of Nairobi Innovation Hub has started a training program to help people create innovations in partnership with UNICEF and INTEL.

DESIGN THINKING

A leading practitioner of Design Thinking defines this as a human-centered approach to innovation that integrates the needs of people, the possibilities of technology, and the requirements for business success.

INTERNET OF THINGS



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CENTRAL CATERING UNIT
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ICT CENTRE

Analysis of the Ranking Web of Universities-January 2016

1.Introduction



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CENTRAL CATERING UNIT
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(ICT Website Team)

The University Nairobi has performed excellent in the just concluded webometrics rank. The university has been placed at position 6th in Africa and 697 worldwide.

This is a great improvement as compared to previous years and it is also the best position that the university has ever obtained since the ranking was introduced.



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ICT Centre boadroom
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The training of trainers on ORCid (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) and TurnItIn has started. The training is currently underway at the ICT laboratory at the JKML (Jomo Kenyatta Memorial Library).

The trainers are going through an intense one day training on how to use an ORCiD account and TurnItIn Software. After the training, they will be sent to the various colleges to assist the lecturers and other members of staff to sign up with ORCiD and how to check for plagiarism using TurnItIn.



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ICT Laboratory -Jomo Kenyatta Memorial Library (JKML)
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(Israel Ambassador, H.E. Yahel Vilan)

The University of Nairobi hosted the Israeli Government to commemorate the Holocaust Remembrance Day. The United Nations declared 27th of January the International Holocaust Day.



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8.4.4 BUILDING
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Researchers in the university have been urged to sign up with ORCiD (Open Researcher and Contributor ID). ORCiD is a unique digital identifier that uniquely distinguishes one researcher to another especially those sharing same or similar names. ORCiD helps a researcher to easily and uniquely attach his identity to research objects such as datasets, equipment, articles, media stories, citations, experiments, patents, and notebooks.



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8.4.4 BUILDING
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The University of Nairobi has received over 500 TurnItIn licences which are valid for one year. The Turnitin Software is anti-plagiarism software that detects any similarity in a given paper from other sources. The paper is checked against over millions of other student papers and any similarity is detected by the software.



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Library Boadroom
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The University of Nairobi has acquired anti-plagiarism software –turnItIn. This is one if not the best anti plagiarism software that is used by many institutions of higher learning across the globe.

The software is able to detect and highlight any similarity in the paper.  The similarity rate shows the percentage of matching text, as well as sources for the text that was used in the student's paper.



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Library Boadroom
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The College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHSS) earlier on launched Huduma Centre which is located at the Education Building

This is one of the largest colleges with a large student body and so the launch of one stop shop will go a long way in service delivery and customer satisfaction. The Centre will aide in bringing services closer to the customers and also aide in faster delivery as all services will be accessed under one roof.



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Library Boadroom
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The website team has hit the ground running this New Year. The team is already putting more effort to ensure the university of Nairobi continue to be ranked and recognized as an academic giant not just in Africa but the world over.



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ICTC BOARDROOM
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The National AIDS Control Council in collaboration with the University of Nairobi celebrated the 2017 world Aids Day. The theme for this year was “Step Up for HIV Prevention: Youth Na Plan,”



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CHANCELLORS COURT MAIN CAMPUS
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CHANCELLORS COURT MAIN CAMPUS
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World Malaria Day is an occasion to highlight the need for continued investment and sustained political commitment for malaria prevention and control.



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Nairobi kenya
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The University of Nairobi will on Thursday December 1, 2016 join the rest of the world in celebrating World AIDS Day whose theme this year is ' HANDS UP FOR HIV PREVENTION - Lets Engage, Prevent & Celebrate'



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Kenya Science Campus, Nairobi
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University Health Services (UHS) today Thursday19th October held a Sensitization workshop for members of the Construction and Maintenance Department. The one day training was on HIV/AIDS, Alcohol &Drug Abuse Prevention.



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Kenya Science Campus, Nairobi
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Staff members from University Health Services (UHS) have undergone one day training on how to use University Health Management Information System (UHMIS). This is an in-house developed health automated system intended to be used by physicians, nurses and pharmacists.



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ICTC Corporate Lab
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The University of Nairobi invites you to the International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking 2016.

Date: June 24, 2016

Venue: College of Education and External Studies (Kikuyu Campus)

Time: 9.00 am – 5.00 pm



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“Plain packaging reduces the attractiveness of tobacco products. It kills the glamour, which is appropriate for a product that kills people,” - WHO Director-General Dr Margaret Chan.



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Geneva
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The University of Nairobi will on December 1, 2015 join the rest of the world in commemorating World AIDS Day. The celebrations will be held at the Lower Kabete Campus along Lower Kabete Road and hosted by University Health Service. There will be speeches, entertainment, counseling and testing for HIV, screening for cervical and prostate cancer among other activities.



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Lower Kabete Campus
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The Ministry of Health has released Kenya’s first-ever oral health survey report 2015, on dental health issues affecting the population. This survey was conducted in conjunction with The University of Nairobi School of Dental Sciences and the Wrigley Company (EA)



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Lower Kabete Campus
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Lets Develop --Our Lives -- Our Communities -- Our Identities -- Without Drugs

University of Nairobi will on June 26, 2015 join the rest of the world in celebrating the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking.

The theme for this year's celebration is 'Let us develop - Our Lives - Our Communities - Our Identities - Without Drugs.



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University of Nairobi, Kenya
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World Sickle Cell Day was established by the United Nations General Assembly in 2008 in order to increase the awareness about the sickle cell disease and its cure among the common public. It was celebrated first time on 19th of June in 2009.

The theme for this year's event is 'Know Your Status'



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Nairobi, Kenya
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World Blood Donor Day 2015

The theme of this year’s campaign is "Thank you for saving my life".

It focuses on thanking blood donors who save lives every day through their blood donations and strongly encourages more people all over the world to donate blood voluntarily and regularly with the slogan “Give freely, give often. Blood donation matters.”



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Nairobi, Kenya
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Treating children infected with HIV usually means getting them to take bad tasting life-saving medicine.

This could soon change after regulators in the US approved anti-retroviral drugs in the form of tiny pellets that can be added to food.



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Nairobi, Kenya
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The theme for this year is: End Fistula, Restore Women's Dignity!

Obstetric fistula is one of the most serious and tragic injuries that can occur during childbirth. It is a hole between the birth canal and the bladder or rectum caused by prolonged, obstructed labour without treatment.



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Nairobi, Kenya
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ISH has launched three posters for World Hypertension Day focusing on facts about high blood pressure. We invite you to download these posters and use these during any activity that you are organising. Remember to mark the day!

World Hypertension Day poster 1

World Hypertension Day poster 2



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Nairobi, Kenya
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The WHD was first inaugurated in May 2005 and has become an annual event ever since. The purpose of the WHD is to promote public awareness of hypertension and to encourage citizens of all countries to prevent and control this silent killer, the modern epidemic.

The theme for 2015 is Know your Numbers.

World Hypertension Day logo



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Nairobi, Kenya
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On Sunday April 12, 2015 at around 5.30 am, there were blasts occasioned by a faulty underground electrical cable, next to a transformer, supplying power to Kimberly Hostel at Kikuyu Campus.



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Nairobi, Kenya
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World Health Day will be celebrated on 7 April, with WHO highlighting the challenges and opportunities associated with food safety under the slogan “From farm to plate, make food safe.”



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Nairobi, Kenya
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Foodborne diseases outbreaks have devastating health and economic consequences in both developed and developing countries. WHO identified the need to estimate the full extent of the disease burden associated with unsafe food.



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Nairobi, Kenya
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As part of its global strategy to decrease the burden of foodborne diseases, WHO identified the need to communicate simple global health messages based on scientific evidence to train all types of food handlers, including consumers.



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Nairobi, Kenya
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5th Annual East African Health & Scientific Conference & International Health Exhibition & Trade Fair Booklet (PDF 3.3 MB)

The fifth annual East African scientific conference and international health exhibition and trade fair will take place in Kampala, Uganda from 25th - 27th march, 2015.



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Kampala, Uganda
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Kenya’s ministry of health on Thursday March 19, 2015 launched a three-year strategic plan to revitalize the war against tuberculosis (TB), which is the fourth leading cause of deaths in the country.

The launch of 2015-2018 National Strategic Plan for tuberculosis marks a significant milestone in the war against a major public health challenge in Kenya.



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Nairobi, Kenya
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See the link below for job opportunities at the University Health Services. Please note that the advertisement also has vacancies from other departments within the university.

http://www.uonbi.ac.ke/node/9084

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.ONLYSHORTLISTED APPLICANTS WILL BE CONTACTED.



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University of Nairobi, Nairobi
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The Vice-Chancellor (4rd right) with CAE Academic Board



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Nairobi, Kenya
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The University of Nairobi formally installed the seventh Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Peter Mbithi in a colourful ceremony held in Taifa Hall.



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Taifa Hall, UoN
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New Water Bowser Commissioned

A new water bowser has been commissioned by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Student Affairs at the Transport Section. The 40,000 litres water bowser was commissioned today, December, 7, 2016.



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The first years who reported in the month of September had a whole week of orientation within the University. The new students were from different faculties, schoools and department. Director Security and Safety Services congratulated the newcomers for being lucky to join the most presitiuos university in the country, but cautioned them against involving in crime related activities. 



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On June 10 & 11, 2016, security department web champions participated in a website training workshop at the ICT Corporate lab

 The champions were drawn from all the central departments and university of Nairobi satellite campus. The aim of the web drive was to sensitive the champions on the different web parameters and uploading content on the websites.



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ICT Corporate lab
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On June 2, 2016, the Director Security Security and Safety Services  teamed up with the Estates Manager and Manager Construction and maintenance in an inspection of the newly constructed police post at the University's malindi farm. The project has been completed and is awaiting handing over to the Local security management committee.



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ICT Corporate lab
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Following the terror attacks in France, the Inspector General of Police has called on all Kenyans to be extra vigilant and alert.

The Inspector General cautioned: “Whilst we in the police have stepped up vigilance, we call on the public to exercise maximum levels of alertness. Report any suspicious activity and/or persons to the police or any security agency for action. Let’s work together to protect our motherland”



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ICT Corporate lab
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TERROR THREAT ALERT!

The Inspector General of police has warned that the Al shabaab terror group is planning to infiltrate through Kenyan borders during the ongoing rainy season and launch terror attacks in Coast, North Eastern and Nairobi regions.

He has however reassured Kenyans that the security agencies are working round the clock to safeguard the country from the threat and requested all citizens to collaborate with the security agencies as they execute this noble duty.



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ICT Corporate lab
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