What we do

Project & Services

Our projects and services constitute what KGUN has achieved and is in the process of achieving.

KGUN Webinar

The Kenya Green University Network (KGUN) webinars are online seminars that turn the guest and faculty presentations into real-time conversations. Webinars allow large groups of participants to engage in online discussions or training, share audio,
documents, or slides from whichever location.

The Kenya Green University Network conducted a leasing webinar in collaboration with UNEP and on 15th July 2021 under the theme, “Youth & Sustainability”. The event pooled attendees from different learning institutions like Strathmore University,
Daystar University, Karatina University, the University of Nairobi among others.

The Kenya Green University Network surveyed the webinar participants to identify focus areas that would lead discussions for the experienced panelists. A majority of the participants were interested in learning about how the youth can participate in
sustainability. The panelists brought in a wealth of experience from the industry.

KGUN Essay Competition

In honour of the theme of this year’s (2021) World Environment Day is “EcosystemRestoration”

KGUN is conducting an essay competition on The restoration of degraded land/forests in Kenya.

This drive’s main objective is to inspire the young scholars in Kenyan Universities through Kenyan Green University Network (KGUN) to embrace the agenda of Environmental
sustainability in the country. Specifically:

1. To sensitive young scholars on the restoration of forest cover and support the Kenyan government initiative of attaining a 10% forest cover by the year 2022 through an essay competition.
2. To support students from the 72 Kenyan universities in generating ideas that could enhance the government’s 10% forest cover commitment, pollution control and waste management measures
3. To understand the scope of know-how by University students on issues to deal with the issue of environmental sustainability
4. Improve the involvement of Kenyan students in improving environmental sustainability efforts, especially restoration of forest cover, control of pollution and effective waste management.

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