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  1. CO-CARE trains and mentors youth in the creative industry
    Jul 19 2024   By Maureen Bett From January to March, 497 applicants from the counties of Kisumu (Kisumu YMCA hub), Mombasa (Kenya Coast National Polytechnic hub), Kiambu (Kiambu National Polytechnic hub) and...
  2. The Nairobi Schools Open Debate tournament: A showcase of young talent
    Jul 19 2024   By Maria Marenga The 4th edition of the Nairobi Schools Open Debate tournament took place from July 13-14 and was organized by the Spoken Arts & Debate Society (SADS) in conjunction with the African...
  3. The Criminal Justice club visits the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions
    Jul 19 2024   By William Rui The Criminal Justice Club, and their patron Ms. Terry Odhiambo visited the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions to gain an understanding on how the organization functions...
  4. USIU-Africa students hold donation drive at Kamiti Prison
    Jul 19 2024   By Mbaabu Kiaira USIU-Africa held a donation drive at Kamiti Medium Security Prison on Friday, July 12. The visit was a joint project between the Psychology, Criminal Justice, and International...
  5. Chandaria School of Business visits South Carolina State University for an experiential global learning trip
    Jul 12 2024   By Timothy Okech Chandaria School of Business (CSoB) is committed towards the development of human resources for the global, regional and local labor market through the University’s robust...
  6. Jacob Yen Alier's inspiring journey from refugee camp to Mastercard Foundation Scholar leader
    Jul 12 2024   By Jacob Yen and Brenda Odhiambo Jacob Yen Alier's story is one of determination and the transformative power of education. Born and raised in South Sudan, Jacob's life took a dramatic turn when...
  7. Kenya to the U.S.: Do more to stop the illegal flow of weapons to Haitis criminal gangs
    Jul 05 2024   By Doug Barry Americans should thank Kenya for putting its soldiers and police officers in harm’s way by leading an UN-backed effort to prevent Haiti from becoming a failed state. But as close...
  8. World Refugee Day profile: Divine Mugisha, BA. Psychology
    Jul 05 2024   By Divine Mugisha and Brenda Odhiambo For World Refugee Day, we sat down with Divine Mugisha, a Mastercard Foundation Scholar at USIU-Africa in her second year in the BA Psychology program. Divine...
  9. USIU-Africa holds Men's Mental Health Awareness Breakfast
    Jul 05 2024   By John Sande Men's Mental Health Month, observed every June, is devoted to raising awareness about the mental health issues afflicting men, and empowering them to speak openly and seek help. In...
  10. Mastercard Foundation Scholars host mentorship event to commemorate World Refugee Day
    Jun 28 2024   By Divine Mugisha and Dudi Nyok Luat On Saturday, June 22, Mastercard Foundation Scholars from the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at USIU-Africa, embarked on a mission to commemorate World...
  11. The Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at USIU-Africa hosts CAMFED officials
    Jun 28 2024   By Wambui Cheche On Wednesday, June 19, the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at USIU-Africa hosted officials from Campaign for Female Education (CAMFED) Malawi and CAMFED Tanzania on campus....
  12. Alumni Relations Department collaborate with BSD Group to mentor students
    Jun 28 2024   By Angela Osodo On June 14, the Alumni Relations Department partnered with the Business Club to host a CEO roundtable visit to Brand Strategy and Design Group Ltd. at their offices in Kilimani. Eva...
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