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 

A team from Bristol University, United Kingdom (UK) led by Dr. Dann Mitchell acompanied by Dr.Markus Adloff and Mr.Isaac Kipkemoi visited the Institute and met with the Director Institute for Climate Change and Adaptation (ICCA), Prof: Shem Wandiga and Dr. Chris Oludhe .

 



Location
DIRECTOR'S OFFICE,ICCA
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The Institute for Climate Change and Adaptation is hosting a Seminar on Integrated Planning for Climate Change and Air Pollution Mitigation in Kenya: Toward Vision 2030 and the Paris Agreement.

The Chief Guest will be the Principal Secretary Ministry of Environment and Forestry Mr. Charles Sunkuli. The Prinical of the College of Biological and Physical Sciences Prof. Benard Aduda will also be in attendance.



Location
UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI COLLEGE OF BIOLOGICAL AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES CHIROMO ARZIKI CONFERENCE CENTRE
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Prof.Shem Wandiga addressing Zimbabwe National Defence University Delegates 



Location
ICCA Building G01
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From right: Prof. Olago, Prof. Shem Wandiga (Ag. Director ICCA), Mathew Snell and Prof. James W. Mcavley from University of Huddersfield and Peter Oluoch (Masters in Climate Change and Adaptation student) during courtesy visit from University of Huddersfield Academic staff  who are in the country to collect information on climate change among pastoralist communities in Mandera and Wajir

Rural Agency For Community Development and Assistance (RACIDA) is currently hosting researchers from University of Huddersfield located in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England who are in the Country to collect information on  the role of collective in understanding adaption to climate change among the pastoralist communities in Mandera and Wajir, Counties often faced with extreme cases drought.  



Location
ICCA , Directors Board Room
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POST-DOCTORAL FELLOW SEARCH - ACACIA PROJECT (KENYA)

POSITIONS ARE IN: (1) BIODIVERSITY AND (2) WATER RESOURCES

  1. The Project Advancing Capacity to Address global Challenges through Investment corridors in Africa (ACACIA) is an ambitious new four-year project funded by the RCUK Global Challenges Research Fund programme on Capacity Development. Development corridors have tremendous potential to support economic growth in Africa, yet face significant challenges including positive and negative development impacts, traversing so-called “under-utilised” lands, vulnerability to climate change, and lack of appropriate research capacity in the region.  


Location
ICCA , Directors Board Room
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