|From left Prof. Mitullah, Ms. Mathai, Dr. Gakonyo, Prof. Kimenju, Dean FOA, Dr. Waweru, Academic Registrar, Dr. Thenya, STAKE project Coordinator, Prof. Mulei, Dean FVM and Prof. H. M. Mutembei, Director, WMI, photo credit, Ms. Kong’ani|
The Wangari Maathai Institute for Peace and Environmental Studies holds the Annual Board meeting to receive report of the Institute’s activities, projects, discuss the WMI-CAVs PC and other matters to ensure smooth running of the Institute. The meeting was held on October 7, 2016 at the Dean FVM’s Boardroom.
|From left Dr. Thenya, Prof. Wahome, Dr. Mutune, Prof. Mungai, Prof. H. M. Mutembei, Director, WMI, Dodoo, Irene, Abida and Ms. Obiero|
The Wangari Maathai Institute for Peace and Environmental Studies holds postgraduate students mentorship meeting on Thursday October 6, 2016 at the WMI’s offices to ensure quality research and timely graduation.
|From left Rouillé-Kielo Gaële, Prof. H. M. Mutembei, Director, WMI and Dr. J.M. Mutune, WMI|
Rouillé-Kielo Gaële, PhD candidate in Geography University Paris Nanterre consulting with the Wangari Maathai Institute for Peace and Environmental Studies on her doctoral research in forest conservation and management. Also discussed was potential partnership between the Institute and the French Institute for Research in Africa. The meeting was held on October 5, 2016 at the WMI’s offices.
Expected participants is 200. With regard to Peace promotion, this project is aimed at educating the Young People around Nairobi County on Understanding Elections and Civic Responsibilities, the importance of peace and how they can help promote Peace across the Country for a mutual understanding and Economic prosperity of the Country. All participants will earn a YALI Certificate and plant a Peace tree at Wangari Maathai Institutefor. The trees planted will remind members about Peace and appreciate the late Prof. Wangari Maathai for her great work with regard to Peace and Environmental Protection. Click here to register
|Wangari Maathai Institute’s postgraduate students during the experiential learning at AFEW Kenya|
Not only the Rhinos and Elephants are endangered but Giraffes too, especially the Rothschild sub-species. This was clear during the Wangari Maathai Institute for Peace and Environmental Studies’ postgraduate students’ experiential learning at the African Fund for Endangered Wildlife, Kenya (Giraffe Centre) that was held on Thursday September 29, 2016. It emerged that this was one of the core reasons why the centre was founded in 1979 as a core breeding centre of the endangered Rothschild’s giraffe. The centre further escalated its conservation efforts in 1983, opening up an outstanding environmental education centre for the Kenyan youth as it seeks to ensure a Kenyan Population in harmony with nature and living sustainably.
The Deputy Director, Prof. N. J. Muthama
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- Message from the Deputy Director
- 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