The Co-operative University of Kenya, The Technical University of Mombasa and the DIP Foundation are set for a collaboration agreement to pursue projects of common interests. The three institutions have signed an intent to collaborate agreement at the CUK’s main campus in Karen.
Gracing the occasion, CUK’s Ag. Vice Chancellor Prof. Kamau Ngamau said once signed, the MoU be a green light to have the three institutions work on projects of mutual benefit. The pact, was signed by the CUK’s Director, Institute of Co-operative Development Prof. Esther Gicheru and TUM’s Prof. Ezekiel Okemwa, Department of Environment & Health Sciences, Kwale Campus and DIP’s Chief of staff Ms. Judith Gacheri.