Directorate of Research, Grants and Endowments during an Ethics Review Workshop held on 7th and 8th April, 2016

20 April 2016


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Linkages with USA universities move a notch higher

07 May 2015


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Launch of MKU Graduate Enterprise Academy

25 February 2015


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Prof. Briggs from the Oxford University, UK pay a courtesy call to the DVC ARA.

25 February 2015


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KEMRI Team visits MKU to discuss partnership initiatives

25 February 2015


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Directorate of Research, Grants and Endowments during an Ethics Review Workshop held on 7th and 8th April, 2016

Linkages with USA universities move a notch higher

Launch of MKU Graduate Enterprise Academy

Prof. Briggs from the Oxford University, UK pay a courtesy call to the DVC ARA.

KEMRI Team visits MKU to discuss partnership initiatives

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Dried indigenous vegetables coming soon to a supermarket near you

Dried Cowpea leaves (Kunde), Spiderplant (Saget) and African Nightshades (Osuga) packaged and ready for the market.
This research was a collaboration of Mount Kenya University, Egerton University, University of Nairobi, National Museums of Kenya, Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science and Technology, and Kenya Industrial Research and Development Institute (KIRDI) in partnership with other stakeholders including Kleenhomes& Gardens-KHG (grass root CBO), Njoro Canning Factory Limited, producer communities in Butere- Mumias area, and the East African Nutraceticals  have solar dried and packaged Indigenous vegetables to significantly reduce post harvest losses for farmers during bumper harvests. The project is funded by the World Bank through the Kenya Agricultural Productivity and Agribusiness Project (KAPAP)