“1 out of 3 people visiting a health institution has either a mental illness or a personality disorder; when a person has conflict within themselves, that’s a mental health issue.”

These were the opening statements of Dr. Kamau Kanyoro during the inaugural research week at the University of Nairobi at the victimology and victim support conference.

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The University of Nairobi Alumni Association, UONAA has donated two million shillings that will go towards supporting of bright and needy students achieve their academic endevours.

Speaking during the cheque donation ceremony that took place at the Vice-Chancellor’s Boardroom today, October, 18, 2018, Dr. Anne Assey, the UONAA Vice-Chair observed that over a period of 10 years since inception of the Association, they have donated up to 21 million shillings to support the education of bright and needy students.

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(Dr. Kamau Kanyoro presents a paper on 'state of mental health in kenya' at UON Research Week)

This is a paper that was presented by Dr. Kamau Kanyoro at the 2018 UON Research Week - Victimology Victim and Support Conference.

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