The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Isaac O. Kibwage presents a CESAAM cake to the Director of University Education at the Ministry of Education, Mr Darius Mogaka Ogutu. On the right is the Vice-Chancellor of Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science and Technology, Prof. Stephen G. Agong. This was during the ACE II National Steering Committee tour of CESAAM at Egerton University on Friday 28 May 2021.
The Centre of Excellence in Sustainable Agriculture and Agribusiness Management (CESAAM) is funded by the World Bank in collaboration with the Kenya Government, and supports students, faculty and partners across Africa through building their capacity for quality teaching and innovative research.
Egerton University’s Management Board (UMB) during a Training on Leadership and Governance organised by Centre of Excellence in Sustainable Agriculture and Agribusiness Management (CESAAM) in partnership with BHeard-USAID. The training facilitated by the Kenya School of Government is running from 21 to 23 July 2021 in Naivasha, Nakuru County.
Course objective: To equip participants on the theoretical and practical aspects of livestock feed production, feed processing, feed formulation and quality control. It will enable practitioners formulate feeds which meet the supply of all the nutrients required by farm animals.
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A newly wed, Isabelle Beatrice Mukandungutse moved from Rwanda to Kenya in 2017 to pursue her Master of Science in Animal Nutrition at the World Bank sponsored Africa Centre of Excellence (ACE) in Sustainable Agriculture and Agribusiness Management (CESAAM) hosted at Egerton University. Soon after she started her program, she learned that she was pregnant.
The Principal Secretary, State Department for University Education and Research Amb. Simon Nabukwesi, on Friday 4 February 2022 toured Egerton University’s Centre of Excellence in Sustainable Agriculture and Agribusiness Management (CESAAM). The tour was part of the African Centres of Excellence (ACE) Steering Committee meeting chaired by the PS Amb. Nabukwesi at Main Campus in Njoro.
Egerton University, Moi University, and Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science & Technology (JOOUST) jointly signed a General Agreement for Cooperation with the University for Development Studies in Tamale, Ghana on 27 May 2022. The Agreement will allow joint capacity building, research and innovation among the four institutions of higher learning.
CESAAM, Egerton University and the College for Agriculture and Food Sciences (CAFS) - Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University USA, invites you for a one-day seminar.
Faculty members from Virginia Tech University, USA, on 13th June 2022, paid a courtesy call to the Vice-Chancellor Professor Isaac Kibwage at Main Campus in Njoro.
Sorghum bread has excited bread consumers in Nakuru town following the introduction of the product in the market. The bread is baked using composite flour of sorghum and wheat at some ideal ratios. It is not just any sorghum but some special cultivar developed and evaluated at Egerton University by a team of scientists led by Prof. Erick Cheruiyot. It is a product of a concept developed by the team and supported by the then Kenya Agricultural and Agribusiness Project (KAPAP), financed by the World Bank in 2011.
Senior members from the Ministry of Education on Friday 24th June 2022 were at Main Campus in Njoro for the Africa Higher Education Centre of Excellence (ACE) National Steering Committee meeting.
Egerton University, through the African Centre of Excellence in Sustainable Agriculture and Agribusiness Management (CESAAM) and the Faculty of Agriculture,in collaboration withThe Italian Cultural Institute at the Embassy of Italy, Nairobi is pleased to announce a co-lecture scheduled for Monday 23rd January 2023 at the ARC Hotel, Egerton University.
African food heritage is a rich and diverse part of our continent's cultural heritage. From the savory stews of West Africa to the spicy curries of East Africa, indigenous African food has been enjoyed for generations.
The ACEII National Steering Committee was Monday, February 6, 2023 chaired by PS Higher Education Dr. Beatrice Inyangala with Partners representatives and stakeholders sitting at Arc Hotel, Egerton University.
Prof. George Owuor, a distinguished scholar with a Ph.D. and an expert in Sustainable agricultural and Agribusiness systems, is set to lead Egerton University's efforts in shaping the future of agriculture in Africa
Senior members from the State Department of Higher Education and Research, led by the Director, Mr Darius Ogutu, on Friday 23rd June 2023 were at Main Campus in Njoro for the Africa Higher Education Centre of Excellence (ACE) National Steering Committee meeting.
The team was received by Vice Chancellor Prof. Isaac Kibwage and Prof. George Owuor, Centre Director, the Centre of Excellence in Sustainable Agriculture & Agribusiness Management (CESAAM).