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  • Egerton University Council has appointed Professor Mwanarusi Saidi as the Registrar Academic Egerton University effective 16 August 2021 for a period of five years through a competitive process that attracted a large number of applicants from several universities in Kenya. Professor Mwanarusi Saidi is an Associate Professor of Horticulture in the Department of Crops, Horticulture and Soils, Faculty of Agriculture.

  • On 14th-15th September 2021, the Jobs Open to the Youth (JOY) Project was launched at Egerton University’s CoELIB Centre attracting over 200 participants both physically and on online streaming platforms. The Project will boost rural youth empowerment and decent employment opportunities in Kenya and Cameroon. This will be attained through the provision of innovative financial and non-financial services through Integrated Agribusiness Hubs in Nakuru, Kakamega, and Kilifi Counties.

  • Egerton University and Boitekanelo College from Bostwana recently jointly trained more than 20 Finger millet farmers representing seven community groups from Kipsitet area of Kericho County on value-addition of their finger millet harvest. The farmers were drawn from local farmer groups which have adopted the high yielding, fast maturing and highly nutritious U15 and P224 finger millet varieties developed under the KALRO-Egerton University Kenya Climate Smart Agriculture (KCSAP) Finger Millet Value Chain Project.

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