“Know yourself, know why you are doing what you are doing,” The youth were urged by Anto Neo Soul, Branding Guru, during the digital transformers talk.

In the Friday afternoon event themed Digital Disruption of the Job Market, several speakers urged the youth to be innovative on the digital platform.



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Former University of Nairobi Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Francis Gichaga was among 10 researchers that were awarded at the RUFORUM Awards 2018.



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With over 1107 participants drawn from 50 countries, 20 pre- conference events, 67 exhibitors, 12 plenary sessions and 18 technical parallel sessions the University of Nairobi, the Kenyan Government and the Regional Universities forum for capacity building in Agriculture (RUFORUM) successfully hosted the 6th African Higher Education week.



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Agribusiness is key to Africa’s future.

One of the topics discussed intensely during the 2018 RUFORUM Conference is Agribusiness and Entrepreneurship and how the youth can tap into this gap.

The lead speaker Dr.Kiran Shirma, CEO Agribusiness and Information Platform, ICRISAT noted the future of African youth lies in agriculture; likewise the future of agriculture lies in the youth. In Africa the budget for agribusiness is not enough. He also noted Research and government fund is not easy thereby posing a challenge in agribusiness.



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The Cabinet Secretary, Education, Amb. Dr. Amina Mohamed officially opened the 6th Africa Higher Education Week and Biennial Conference (RUFORUM) on October 23, 2018 on behalf of President Uhuru Kenyatta.



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