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G-United (Kenya National Graduate Volunteers Programme) Recruitment

The Greatness United Program (G-United) is a prestigious one year national volunteering programme initiated by the Presidency and implemented by the Ministry of Education, Science and technology with technical support by Evidence Action. The program is striving to be recognized as Kenya’s foremost programme for inspiring, empowering and unifying a nation of greatness by focusing on promoting national cohesion; creating ... Read More »

SHARE MY WORLD THIS OCTOBER MONTH OF CANCER: Lilian Alata

ALATA LEUKEMIA FOUNDATION The Alata Leukemia Foundation was started by alumna Lilian Alata, a Leukemia patient. Lilian Alata was diagnosed with Chronic Myleoid Leukemia (CML) in October 2011. These are her words….. This was a surprise not only to my family but also friends who have seen me being healthy over the years. Going through this journey,  I have identified information ... Read More »

Alumni Entrepreneurs Network

A group of 8 Entrepreneurs have come together to form an Alumni Entrepreneurs Networking Forum. They are in the process of establishing it and are keen on getting various entrepreneurs together. Among their goals include networking events, training workshops, marketing opportunities and others. Alumni Entrepreneurs Network Information Form Read More »

Video: FIT Alumni Dinner 2015

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SOA alumni reunion (2015) – Devolution and public finance in Kenya

Video Highlights and Speech given by  Mr. James Katule, the Director of Fiscal Affairs at the Commission on Revenue Allocation. Read More »

SOA Alumni Cocktail: ‘Sharing the cake’ and ‘Baking the cake.’

Mr. James Katule, the Director of Fiscal Affairs at the Commission on Revenue Allocation was the key speaker at this year’s SOA Alumni Cocktail. Standing in for the Chairman Mr. Micah Cheserem, Mr. Katule was gave insights into some of the tangible benefits of devolution as well as explaining the various challenges that the country faces. He explained the mandate ... Read More »

View Africa through different lens to spur economic growth

  Alumna Caroline Mugo recently wrote an opinion piece in the Business Daily explaining the need for a paradigm shift as regards perception of the African Continent taking into consideration the potential of the Continent. Biggest misunderstanding about the continent is that because it has been labelled an emerging market, it is to be treated as just that. Read Article Read More »

Executive Home Management Education

Executive Home Management Education, designed to help you create a warm and cheerful home LEVEL 1: BASIC COOKERY COURSE A programme for beginners and those who need to master the basics of cooking. The course is offered in 2 groups: choose to join either the Friday group or the Saturday group. Friday sessions: 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm October 9, 16, 23, ... Read More »

Energy Forum 2: Are women losing out in the Green Energy Revolution?

Are women losing out in the Green Energy Revolution? The pertinent question that debaters sought answers at the second edition of the Great Energy Debate organized by Strathmore University Advancement office and  Energy Research Centre (SERC) on 9th September, 2015 with a focus on ‘The Role of Women in the Energy Sector’.  The debate served to provide information on opportunities for women interested in owning ... Read More »

Program for Family Development 2016

Program for Family Development (PFD) runs the International Federation for Family Development (IFFD) courses in Kenya and Uganda. Since 1978, IFFD (www.iffd.org) has worked to promote and support a broad variety of initiatives for families and married couples. IFFD is convinced of the importance and irreplaceable  role of the family in the happiness of its members, as well as for ... Read More »

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