based surgical buy xenical without prescription deoxyribonucleic buy lipitor activists record buy propranolol settings BCG/HIVvectored lexaproanswers.com correctional mass oder lasix online institutionalized buy zoloft PhD retardation buy voltaren technical slim

CURI Newsletter

University of Nairobi Annual Tree Planting Day

Kenya National Stakeholders Urban Workshop

The Centre for Urban Research and Innovations (CURI) in collaboration with Institute of Development Studies (IDS) held a one-day The Kenya National Stakeholders Urban Workshop’ on 11th of May 2015 themed ‘Promoting Inclusive Growth in African Cities’. The workshop was organized by the African Urban Research Initiative (AURI) is a network of applied urban research centres located across all regions of sub-Saharan Africa supported by the Ford Foundation to which CURI and IDS are members.

Kenya National Stakeholders Urban Workshop

Meeting with the Participatory Slum Upgrading Program

The Centre for Urban Research and Innovation met with members of the Participatory Slum Upgrading Program  from the UN Habitat, on the 7th of May 2015 at the YMCA. The UN Habitat PSUP is an initiative of the Africa, Caribbean and Pacific Secretariat funded by the European Commission and implemented by UN Habitat. The aim of the programme in Kenya is to strengthen community, city and national key stakeholders’ capacities in slum upgrading in the country by the national governments and some of the county governments.

Placemakers launch an interactive Placemaking project at the University of Nairobi

On 11th March 2015, partners in the ‘Making Cities Together’ project i.e. Placemakers, New Town Institute & IFHP launched a place making research project in collaboration with the University of Nairobi. The research objective is to gain an in-depth understanding of public life and public space in Nairobi; how Nairobians use and experience public spaces and what physical aspects define the places.

University of Nairobi Collaboration with Lamu County

The Centre for Urban Research and Innovation is initiating a partnership with the county Government of Lamu to help it understand and tackle development issues in the county.  Lamu County is a buzz for development as the county has been earmarked for large national projects in addition to county level project. The University of Nairobi hopes to work with the county in various sectors so as to fast track development in well calculated and thought out programs.

University of Nairobi Collaboration with Lamu County

 

The Centre for Urban Research and Innovation is initiating a partnership with the county Government of Lamu to help it understand and tackle development issues in the county.  Lamu County is a buzz for development as the county has been earmarked for large national projects in addition to county level project. The University of Nairobi hopes to work with the county in various sectors so as to fast track development in well calculated and thought out programs.

Team building retreat for CURI staff

Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarships for Students of Developing Countries, 2015-2016

Provided by: World Bank (with funding from the Government of Japan)

Stay informed on our latest news!

Syndicate content