Dr. Priscilla Ndegwa, Coordinator Dadaab Centre Delivering a speech during the graduation ceremony in Kakuma
July, 2021 Graduation Ceremony in Kakuma
Dr. Priscilla Ndegwa and Partners from Windle International Kenya and HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht
Quality Secondary Education in Emergencies,Graduands, in Kakuma.jpg
Conference proceeding on ‘Digital innovation & maternal health Care for migrant mother Network’
Confrence, Theme.
Partcipants of the confrence on Digital MotherS experience Vitual Reality by BlackRhino VR
Prof. Vincent O. Onywera, Reg. RIO (center), Prof. Kombo, Dean School of Education (right) Dr. Gitome, Principal Investigator (second, right) and other Co-Investigators for the.
Participants of the Geneva Summer Schools Higher Education in Emergencies in Kenya December 2019
Group Discussions during the Development of the Curriculum between KU and York University in Canada.
Geneva Summer School Higher Education in Emergencies and Crises (GSS HEiEC),December 2019.
Co-development curriculum team (York University and Kenyatta University)
A workshop on Curriculm development between Kenyatta University and York University.
A consultative academic network on sustainable solutions to protracted refugee situations in Kenya.

The Lagdera Constituency Development Fund Committee (LCDFC) premises were handed over to Kenyatta University in a ceremony that took place on 9th October, 2012. This marked the beginning of the KU Centre for refugee and Empowerment. Consequently, Kenyatta University through KU-CRSE renovated the three CDF buildings as well as fencing off the 40 acre premises. In August 2017 through the restructuring of university departments and Directorates the Centre was named as KU Dadaab Centre

Kenyatta University Dadaab campus also provides a platform for The Borderless Higher Education for Refugees (BHER) and Quality Secondary Education in Emergencies consortium to offer on-line and onsite university education Programmes both in Dadaab and Kakuma.




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