The ‘SIM on Wheels’ is a mobile unit for simulation-based training of medical teams that employs advanced simulation-based training modalities that enable health care providers to effectively improve their clinical, communication, organizational and administrative abilities.
A section of medical professionals in Nakuru county have agreed to work closely with the Faculty of Law Legal Aid Project (FOLLAP) in helping survivors of sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) to access justice.
Chandarana Food plus supermarket at Golden Life Mall in Nakuru opened its doors to customers on 7 October 2021 with His Excellency the Deputy Governor of Nakuru County Dr Eric Korir, Egerton University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Isaac Kibwage, and Chandarana Food Plus Director Mr Anil Thakkar cutting the ribbon.
Egerton University recently teamed up with other stakeholders in a drive to plant over 10,000 tree seedlings within the Dundori Forest Station to support the Mau Reforestation Project through the Kenya Forest Service (KFS) Adopt-A-Forest model. The Green Belt Movement (GBM) and the French Government, through the French Development Agency (AFD), have adopted a block in the forest dubbed the "French Corner" for rehabilitation and restoration.