Visit to Kenyatta University by German team from ISOE and FiW
Millennial Global Transformation: From the Physical to the Anthropocene, Essays in honour of Prof Celia Nyamweru

The visit by German Delegation to Kenyatta University (KU) on Thursday August 25th 2017 was held in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences Boardroom at 10am. The team from German were on a fact finding mission to elaborate on the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) cooperation potential between their institutions and Kenyan partner. The visit to KU was initiated by the Director for German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), Dr. Helmut Blumbach and hosted by Geography Department. The ten (10) members participating are in the photograph attached.

  1. PD. Dr. Thomas Kluge, Senior Scientist, Water Research – Institute for Social –Ecological Research (ISOE)
  2. Dr. –Ing. Martin Zimmerman, Water Infrastructure and Risk Analysis - – Institute for Social –Ecological Research (ISOE)
  3. Dr. –Ing. Gesa Kutschera, Head of Innovation and Knowledge Transfer International Cooperation Africa, Research Institute for Water and Waste Management at RWTH Aachen University (FiW)
  4. Mr. Andreas Kaiser, Delegation of German Industry and Commerce in Kenya
  5. Eng Martb Nzomo, Dean School of Engineering, Kenyatta University
  6. Dr. Shadrack Murimi, Chairman, Department of Geography, Kenyatta University
  7. Dr. Mildred Nawiri, Director University Industry Partnerships and Department of Chemistry, Kenyatta University
  8. Dr. Ishmael Mahiri, Department of Geography, Kenyatta University
  9. Dr. Fidelis Kilonzo, Water, Waste and Environmental Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering, Kenyatta University

Geography  August2017


Dr. Shadrack Kiana Murimi
Chairman, Department of Geography


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