TreccAfrica Students

Laura Makhembeva, Jean-Claude Tuyisenge and Vimbaenashe Makombe. Beneficiaries of of the TreccAfrica Programme 

TreccAfrica Co-ordinators

From right - Prof. Shem Wandiga Director ICCA, Christoff Pauw - TreccAfrica co-ordinator Stellenbosch University, and Dr. Gilbert Ouma, co-ordinator ICCA, University of Nairobi 

ICCA Masters and PhD Students during a forum organised by the Institute and Red Cross on Food Security, held at Millenium Hall, Chiromo Campus in 2017.

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The Institute for Climate Change and Adaptation population stands at 211 since its inception in the year 2011.



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Prof. Wandiga Ag. Director Institute for Climate Change and Adaptation receives signed 2017/2018 Performance Contract from Prof. Bernard Aduda, Principal College of Biological and Physical Sciences

The Institute for Climate Change and Adaptation is set to increase its number of researchers and journal publications in 2017/2018 as signed in the new year Performance Contract on August 3, 2017.

Additionally, the Institute will be conducting exit graduand surveys for its students. Further, there will be regular review of its strategic plan as documented and signed in the 2017/2018 performance contract.



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Camels are the preffered mode of transport in Northern Kenya and are key in migration. Their value is recognized and they are often fought over as a valuable resource

Image:ILRI/Riccardo Gangale 

 

A recent study commissioned by the RLF East Africa Office has revealed the  Climate Change is increasingly fueling conflicts – and hence forced migrations – in the Kenya.



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Institute for Climate Change and Adaptation
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The REACh Improving Water Security for the Poor in Drought Prone areas Public forum presents early results from the Global researc programme REACH: Improving Water Security for the Poor. The programme aims to improve water secutiry for over five million people

 

 

 

 

 



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Lecture Theater 401 University of Nairobi Towers 4th Floor Nairobi Kenya
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The University of Oxford under the leadership of Prof. Robert Hope is leading a consortium that is carrying out research related to the DFID funded programme termed "Improving Water Security for the Poor". The programme aims to:

1) increase water security for 2.5 – 5 million poor people by 2021,

2) develop and test an interdisciplinary risk-based framework,

3) establish Water Security Observatories in Africa and Asia, focusing on Fragile States,



Location
Lecture Theater 401 University of Nairobi Towers 4th Floor Nairobi Kenya
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Message from Ag. Director


 Prof Shem O. Wandiga
Professor of Chemistry &
Ag. Director ICCA

 

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