The University of Nairobi together with Oxford infrastructure analytics kick-started a week of training on climate-resilient infrastructure in Kenya. The training which runs from 5th December to 9th December 2022 at the Wangari Maathai Institute. aims at achieving several objectives for the project’s success. The project which is under the Africa Adaptation Acceleration Program (AAAP) dubbed Enhancing and scaling climate adaptation for resilient infrastructure in Kenya is a collaboration between UoN and Oxford infrastructure analytics it’s activities are aimed at galvanization of climate–resilient actions through triple-win approach to address the impacts of climate change and the economy-featured.
Some of the objectives that the week-long training aims at achieving include developing a good working relationship between UoN and oxford infrastructure analytics, developing an understanding of the knowledge and specialist skills held at the two institutions, sharing insights from a variety of applied studies from around the world and to help shape the Kenya assessment –to maximize efficiency and impact. Apart from using theoretical approaches in imparting skills, the necessary skills will be impacted also through the use of real-time case studies during the training.