The Ag. Vice Chancellor of The Co-operative University of Kenya Prof. Kamau Ngamau joined the Kenya’s co-operative movement in marking the co-operatives’ environmental day on Saturday 10th June 2017 at Jamhuri park Nairobi. The annual event in the run up to the International day of co-operatives to be marked on 1st July, 2017 worldwide was presided over by Mr. Muchiri Stanley who is the President of ICA Africa and Chairman of Co-operative Bank in Kenya. Addressing the cooperators at the cooperatives’
A delegation from the Egypt’s UN staff has visited The Co-operative University of Kenya for a study visit. The team led by Mrs. Mary Munene of Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Kenya coordinated a visit and a courtesy call to CUK on April 10, 2017. The Study Tour was under the project TCP/EGY/3503 – ‘STUDY TO THE REFORM OF THE LAW GOVERNING THE AGRICULTURAL COOPERATIVES IN EGYPT’. The overall objective of the study tour was to familiarize the participants through active involvement
The Cabinet Secretary for Education, Science and Technology Dr. Fred Matiangi has appointed Prof. Emily Akuno the new Deputy Vice Chancellor, Academic Affairs at The Co-operative University of Kenya. Prof. Akuno takes over from the University’s former Ag. DVC AA Prof. Kamau Ngamau currently the Ag. Vice Chancellor of The Co-Operative University of Kenya. Emily Achieng’ Akuno is a Professor of Music at the Technical University of Kenya. She holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree from Kingston University,
The Co-operative University of Kenya has held a one-day Research, Monitoring and Review Workshop in its main campus Karen. The workshop held on 7th April, 2017 was officially opened by the University’s Ag. Vice Chancellor Prof. Kamau Ngamau represented by Prof. Esther Magiri, The University’s Ag. Deputy Vice Chancellor Finance, Planning and Administration. The workshop takes place after establishment of a new division at the University; Division of Co-operative Development, Research and Innovation headed by the newly appointed Prof. Isaac Nyamongo.
The Co-operative University of Kenya is set to leading the vibrant co-operative sector in Kenya into embracing ICT usage in their operations. Hosting a two-day workshop of all key players in the sector in the Countrywide at the University on 22nd and 23rd March, 2017, CUK remained upbeat in revitalization and providing the relevant research and education framework to a successful end. The workshop under the theme “Embracing ICTs in Co-operatives for Sustainable Development” brought on board the Ministry of
The Co-operative University of Kenya, Kipepeo Imaging and Chartered Institute of Marketing have signed innovative pacts for capacity building of Micro, Small and Medium Entrepreneurs Co-operative Enterprises in Kenya dubbed Trade & Commerce Hub Africa (TRACOHA) project. The trio are set to develop an information hub for Co-operative enterprises, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) which will enhance and stimulate partnerships between the private and public sector in creating a Web Portal and Business Center that can be
The Dean School of Business & Economics at The Co-operative University of Kenya Dr. Kennedy Kirima has launched his newest text “Project Management Theory and Practice”. Presiding over the colorful launch ceremony at the University’s Main Campus in Karen on Monday 20th February 2017, the Cabinet Secretary Ministry of Lands & Physical Planning Prof. Jacob Kaimenyi lauded Dr. Kirima for his resilience and commitment to scholarly work. Decrying the derailing status in the academic arena in terms of