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Pandemic Poses Double Challenges for African Pastoralists

WASHINGTON – In Africa, slowly rising numbers of cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, have surpassed 100,000, according to the World Health Organization. The coronavirus has spread to every country on the continent. Researchers fear the virus will hit the most vulnerable African communities — the pastoralists, particularly those in Kenya, as […]

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Coronavirus Cuts Different Paths Across Africa

JOHANNESBURG – The coronavirus, medical experts like to say, doesn’t care about borders, or language, or any of the cultural aspects of humanity. Like viruses the world over, it just sees targets. But since the virus appeared on the African continent three months ago, it has taken a different course in different countries. The continent […]

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Academic Activities Resume in June

The University has implemented COVID-19 precautionary measures proclaimed by WHO and the Ministry of Health and Wellness to create a safe environment for staff and students on campus. Therefore, the University is now ready to resume academic activities. In preparation for resumption of classes, the University will conduct orientation for all students to acquaint them […]