|Dr. Jane Mutune, Wangari Maathai Institute with prospective students during the exhibition|
Wangari Maathai Institute for Peace and Environmental Studies participated in the recently concluded University of Nairobi Open day which attracted not only the participation of all UoN teaching and non-teaching units but also stakeholders drawn from industry. According to the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Peter Mbithi who was presiding over the opening ceremony, the open days give faculty staff the opportunity to interact with prospective students and the public at large, sharing the University’s academic programmes, research outputs and services.
|From the left, Ms. Wanjira Mathai, Director, wPOWER Project, Prof. Henry M. Mutembei, Director, WMI, Ms. Emily Seen, Mr. Simon Kiragu, Ms. Tindi Sitati. Photo credit, Ms. Lilian Kong’ani|
Emily Seen, a special assistant in the office of the special envoy for climate change, expressed her excitement to visit the wPOWER Hub at the Wangari Maathai Institute for Peace and Environmental Studies in April 15, 2016 and share the work of the Special Envoy office towards combating climate change. Read More
|From the left Dr. Thuita Thenya, Prof. R.G. Wahome, Prof. Henry M. Mutembei, Director WMI and Prof. G. H.N. Nyamasyo during the Faculty meeting|
The Wangari Maathai Institute holds a faculty meeting to receive students’ progress reports, receive and discuss internal ISO audit feedback and deliberate on teaching, experiential learning and research thematic areas at the Institute on Friday 22, 2016 in the Clinical Studies Small Animal Seminar Room, Upper Kabete Campus.
|Prof. Henry M. Mutembei, Director WMI, Faculty members and WMI students' group photo after the meeting|
The Wangari Maathai Institute holds faculty-students meeting to receive student’s progress and deliberate on the way forward to ensure quality students research work and timely graduation of the same at the Clinical Studies Small Animal Seminar Room, Upper Kabete Campus on Friday 22, 2016
|From the left Prof. Henry M. Mutembei, Director Wangari Maathai Institute, Aisha Karanja, Executive Director, GBM, Charles Mwangi, GBM and Lilian N.S. Kong’ani, WMI|
The Wangari Maathai Institute and the Green Belt Movement holding their first monthly meeting on Wednesday April 20, 2016 at the WMI’s Director’s office on a strategy to strengthen partnership and forging a way forward on thematic areas of mutual collaborations.
- Green Belt Movement (GBM)
- Science Initiative Group
- Regional Initiative in Science and Education
- University of Copenhagen
- RISE AFFNET UON Node
- U.S. Department of State
- The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)
- United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP)
- Graduate School of Frontier Sciencies, University of Tokyo
- The University of Kentucky (UK) USA
- The Nile Project
- Fundacion Mujeres Por Africa
- Kenya Forest Research Institute (KEFRI)
Wangari Maathai Institute for Peace & Environmental Studies (WMI),
College of Agriculture & Veterinary Sciences,
University of Nairobi,
P. O. Box 29053-00625
Tele. No. : +254 20 2506448/0788526473
Physical Location: College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences,
Upper Kabete, off Kapenguria road. View map.
Contact Person: The Director