As part of the Campus's corporate responsibility, the campus director, Dr. Sarah Kinyanjui together staff members and students lead a visit to the Green Olive Children children's home on Saturday 11, 2017.
The University of Nairobi, Mombasa Campus on 10th March, 2017 hosted public participation forum themed, ‘Mombasa County Vision 2035 & Master Plan’. The master plan is aimed at positioning the Mombasa County as a modern regional commercial hub of excellence that promotes diversity, natural environment and heritage. The forum was hosted by Hon. Anthony Njaramba, executive Secretary Land, Planning & Housing, Mombasa County.
The University of Nairobi, Mombasa Campus is planning to visit Green Olive Children's home in Mtwapa as part of our Corporate social responsibility on 11th March 2017. Green Olive is a home for orphaned, destitute and abandoned children. The home has forty five children between the agesof one day to 14 Years.
The following items are needed:
Shoes -rubber and open shoes
Mathematical sets for class 7-8
Cups, Plates, Spoons
Sugar, Cooking oil, Rice, Wheat Floor, Maize Floor
Washing soap, Bar soaps
Volleyballs, Footballs, and Games kits
We kindly request your monetary and kind contributions towards this visit. Students who wish to join us during the visit are kindly requested to register their names at the Campus Director's office and to avail themselves on 11th March 2017 at 11A.M. at the cmapus parking area. Kindly deposit your contributions at the campus Director's office on 2nd floor.
When I grow up, I want to be…’ this is the cliché phrase that recursively finds its way into every High School Students conversation at one point or another in life. On 28th February 2017 a group of students from Memon High School and Kwale Girls High School paid a visit to University of Nairobi, Mombasa Campus for career and mentorship forum. They were given a brief talk about Mombasa Campus by Campus Director Dr. Sarah Kinyanjui. The students were given a full tour to the various campus facilities (Library, ICT, UNES Bookstore, SOL Mourt Court ) available with career/mentorship talk presentations by the campus coordinators. This was an important role of the Mombasa campus in triggering interest of various courses while they are still in high school. Students need exposure to institutions of higher learning and the various courses available later on in life, as well as a glimpse of the requirements to joining those courses.