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Mombasa’s economy will shrink by 16.1 per cent with 8,111 jobs lost if all cargo is evacuated by the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) from the port.
At moments of distress, the call to renew hope in our nation, families, comrades and friends is critical.
Our clarion call at the moment should be to keep hope alive. Together, let’s search for knowledge, embrace it, understand it, and share it to fight the Coronavirus pandemic.
In response to the widening Coronavirus pandemic, the University of Nairobi has moved face to face classes online.
While communicating to staff and students during closure of the university on March 16, Vice Chancelor, Prof. Stephen Kiama said, “TheRead more
Department of Management Science hosted a Summer School programme. The Summer School is a collaboration between Rwanda and Kenya that promote social enterprises and pursue social or ecological goals while striving for financial independence. Both Rwanda andRead more
IDS Director: Prof. Karuti Kanyinga Speaking During the Launch