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KENYATTA UNIVERSITY KUNEC MEMBERS JOINS THE REST OF THE WORLD TO MARK THE WORLD EARTH HOUR

The Earth Hour is a global event that is held yearly to switch off their lights, and make noise for climate change action. On Saturday, 25 March 2017, WWF’s Earth Hour rolled across the world once again. From New York to New Zealand, Paris to Paraguay millions of people came together to shine a light on climate action. An unprecedented 187 countries and territories took part, over 3,000 landmarks switched off their lights and millions of individuals, businesses and organizations across seven continents stepped forward to change climate change, 350 ambassadors and influences joined the movement.  Around the globe, millions of people, businesses, and landmarks set aside an hour to host events, switch off their lights, and make noise for climate change action. This year Earth Hour is at 8:30pm on 25 March 2017.Earth Hour belongs to you. Each year, millions of you come together to make Earth Hour happen. Coordinated by WWF and other volunteer organizations, together we're shining a light on the need for action on climate change. Earth Hour is more than an event. It is a movement. Over the last 10 years, we have achieved massive environmental impact. Together with your support, we're helping change laws, lives and our planet! How great is that? This year, WWF-Kenya hosted the event in Nairobi's city Centre for the very first time. The event started during the day and continued till night. During the day, stakeholders were requested to exhibit their work and in the evening individuals were invited to a candle lit cocktail and Kenyatta University School of Environment al Club (KUNEC) members were present and marked the event together with other participants globally. WWF-Kenya requested the Nairobi County Government to switch off lights in a major street in the city. Corporates took part in the event and switched out the digital lights in their buildings. They encouraged their online followers to participate in the digital lights out. WWF-Kenya l also ran an art and essay competition on climate change for children (14 years old). The contest took place across 5 Counties and the winners awarded during the EH Candle light cocktail event.

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KUNEC members arrive at the Karen Hub to join the rest of the world in marking the Earth Hour.

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Earth Hour belongs to you. This was the message this Kenyatta University students (KUNEC) members seems to be passing on stage as they danced their way to mark the event at Karen Hub in Nairobi

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After the event the students thanked the organizers of the event by World wide Fund for Nature (WWF) for giving them the opportunity to be part of celebrations and joining the rest of participants globally. They thanked the University for giving them the opportunity to grace the event.
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KUNEC Officials/ members

Last Updated on Friday, 15 February 2019 13:26

SILOLE SANCTUARY

Just an hours's drive from the city, the Silole Sanctuary is private land adjoining the Nairobi National Park, a rich landscape of rolling plains situated that is between the deep gorges of the Embakasi & Kiserian Rivers. The Sanctuary is an ideal location to get away from the city without travelling long distances & sacrificing time & expense. Four hundred acres of private land, this periurban oasis is home to 60 species of mammal, species of birds & a rich diversity of flora reflecting the various habitats (riverine forest, grassland plain & valley thicket) found within it. Things to do in the Sanctuary include walking (with or without guides), swimming at the Masai Lodge pool, rock climbing in the rocky river gorges, bird-watching and of course, game-driving in the Nairobi National Park, which is accessible through the Masai Gate, which opens on to the Sanctuary.

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These are some of the interesting sites the students were able to visit and enjoy during their visit at the ranch

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On arrival, the students were welcomed at Silole Ranch by Will Knocker a conservatist who introduced the other ranch keepers, and briefed them  on the dos and don’ts. They were also given a tour guide who would guide them through the park and guard them against wild animals.

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Team-Silole -Ranch. A time with Will Knocker. Students were sure to have an amazing experience & a special fun time of its own kind. The day was all about a conservation walk, fun, chat & adventure inside Nairobi National park & Maasai Lodge. with Will Knocker from the ranch which apparently belongs to the late John Keen.
Visiting Nairobi National Park rehabilitation center. “Refuge of the Wild”
Students had an opportunity to visit the Nairobi Animal Orphanage which located in the Nairobi National Park. It serves as a treatments and rehabilitation centre for wild animals. The Orphanage hosts lions, cheetahs, hyenas, jackals, serval cats, rare Sokoke cats, warthogs, leopards, various monkeys, baboons and buffalo. Various birds can also be viewed including parrots, guinea fowls, crowned cranes and ostriches. They got a hands on experience on how the orphanage takes care of these disadvantaged Animals this was a thrilling experience for them

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Students had a time for a photo before they embarked on a Maasai lodge adventure deep inside the forest where they enjoyed watching a variety of wildlife and beautiful scenery that the ranch and the Park provided.

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Students had a time for a photo before they embarked on a Maasai lodge adventure deep inside the forest where they enjoyed watching a variety of wildlife and beautiful scenery that the ranch and the Park provided.

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Walking to Mbagathi river which separates Nairobi National Park & Silole ranch (this where world animals come to drink water - they met & said hi to a few of them including bufallos, antelopes & baboons.

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The students  then walked to the famous Kitengela Bridge made of a long stretched bridge which is made of fabric strings that swing as you cross the deep gorge. (Scary but fun).

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Lastly the walk ended at Masaai lodge picnic site, where people did some photography ( Kigen Finn Kip & Bryan Michieka) , played volleyball & had some bitings under a 600 old Mugumo and thanked the Team Silole Ranch for warmly welcoming them to the ranch guiding them through the park and allowing them to have a wonderful experience inside their ranch. Team KUNEC was also congratulated for organizing such a wonderful team building event. 
The day was all about a conservation walk, fun, chat & adventure inside Nairobi National park & Maasai Lodge. Will Knocker finally thank the students for finding time to enjoy the scenic beauty the ranch provided. A vote of thanks was given by one of the student before they departed back to the University.
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Dean school of environmental Studies
Administrative Assistant
KUNEC Officials/ members

Last Updated on Friday, 15 February 2019 12:57

WORLD WATER DAY CELEBRATED AT GATHARA-INI RIVER GITHURAI MWIKI WARD

The World Water Day is marked on 22 March every year. This year's event was graced by Kenyatta University Environmental Club Members(KUNEC), who Joined the rest of the world in marking the Day at Gatharaini River in Mwiki ward, Gutturai- Ruiru Sub county Kiambu. The theme for World Water Day was 'Water and Sustainable Development?
In this year’s celebration, Ecopro is a Cleaning company whose mission is to create healthier workplaces that won’t cost the earth. They believe that a healthy office means healthy workers, and healthy workers mean increased productivity. Other participants who with the students were Small Axe Environmental Youth Group, TLC4 –Environment, Young Volunteers for Environment, Water Resource Management Authority among others in organizing a cleanup activity of Gathara-ini river. This river is choked with plastic bags, Plastic bottles and other domestic pollutants which are directed to the River. The students together with other participants took part in bamboo planting activity as a way of educating the surrounding community on values of sustainable natural resource management.
According to United Nations 2014 report, 884 million people in the world lack access to safe water supplies i.e. approximately one in every nine people. The World Health Organization (WHO) report indicates that diarrhea is the second leading cause of child death in the world today, and the top cause of child mortality in sub-Saharan Africa. This diarrhea is caused by poor sanitation, hygiene, or dirty drinking water. Every minute a child dies of a water-related disease. Therefore Water resources, and the range of services they provide, underpin poverty reduction, economic growth and social and environmental sustainability.
The Organizers of the World Water Event was an eye –opener and Lessons learned have an impact on our roles as young people taking actions to lead community change and raising our voices to get heard through collaboration and creativity .Students , Children and Youths are recognized in Agenda 21 as Key stakeholders in Sustainable Development, Children and Youths are not only the future generation but also the current generations.
Many of the speakers in the event noted that Sustainable resource management will not be achieved if we do not collaborate and join hands to provide clean and safe drinking water to ever increasing population. To achieve our aims and targets, we need to create partnerships with other NGOs, Private sector representatives, gender focused groups, youth groups in the country so as to encourage more and more people came and support tis good cause. The communities leaving near Gathara-ini river banks joined the students and the other participants and hand -on experience in cleaning and planting of bamboo trees which conserve water, prevent soil erosion and have an economic value.
The students later conducted peer education as an approach to health promotion, in which community members were equiped with skills to promote health-enhancing change among their peers. Peer education is the teaching or sharing of health information, values and behavior in educating others who may share similar social backgrounds or life experiences.

KUNEC members Pose for a photo ion arrivalof the WORLD WATER DAY BANNER  at  Gatharaini River the Venue  for the celebrations.

KUNEC members Pose for a photo infront of the World Water Day Banner  at  Gatharaini River the Venue  for the celebrations.

 

KUNEC chairperson addresses other participants who had graced the  World Water Day celebrations at  Gatharaini River.

 

KUNEC members joins other participants who had graced the  World Water Day celebrations at  Gatharaini River in planting trees.

The day ended with a vote of thanks from the organizers and the students headed back to the University.

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KUNEC Officials/ members

Last Updated on Friday, 15 February 2019 06:48

KENYATTA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDENTS (KUNEC) S JOINS THE REST OF THE WORLD IN MARKING THE GLOBAL MARCH

This is a march celebrated all over the world to bring awareness and bring protection to some of the endangered species. More than 130 cities around the world participated in the 2016 Global March for Elephants and Rhinos. “According to experts, these marches keep political pressure on leaders to protect the world’s largest land animal.” An estimated 30 000 tons of Ivory was exported out of Africa to the United Kingdom during the reign of the British Empire. More than a million elephants were killed to provide ornaments. A hundred years later the U.K. remains the Centre of this trade. A reported 54000 pieces of ivory have been traded between 2005 and 2016.
Kenyatta University School of Environmental Studies (KUNEC) members were invited to participate in the global march celebrations that were held on Saturday, October 3, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The walk started at National Museums of Kenya to Kenya Wildlife Service HQ Kenya. Stand up Shout Out, Kenya Wildlife Service and Wildlife Direct had also invited other participants to join in the Global March for Elephants, Rhinos and Lions on Saturday the 3rd October 2016. This 10km walk will start at 9 am from the National Museums of Kenya to the Kenya Wildlife Service via Uhuru Highway and Langata road. It ended at 1pm with some entertainment until 3pm.
The students said that they were joining the rest of the world in demonstrating support for Kenya’s impressive success in combating wildlife crime through the Kenya wildlife Service anti- poaching campaign. They reiterated that their participation and support in this public demonstration against poachers, and traffickers will send a strong message to the criminals, our governments, the world and to our children, who deserve the right to enjoy the wonders of our spectacular wildlife heritage. The theme of the Kenyan Global March for Elephants and Rhinos "Justice for Elephants and Rhinos" We aim to raise awareness about the challenges facing our wildlife heritage and support government efforts in the crackdown with better law enforcement and prosecutions.

A Kenyatta University School of Environmental Studies (KUNEC) member joins the rest of participants in the global match through the streets.

 

A Kenyatta University School of Environmental Studies (KUNEC) member joins the rest of participants in the global match through the streets and Up Shout Out.

After the event the students thanked organizers of the event by Kenya Wildlife Service officials (KWS) for giving them the opportunity to be part of celebrations and joining the rest of participants globally. They thanked the University for giving them the opportunity to grace the event. The event ended at 5pm and the students headed back to the University.


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Last Updated on Friday, 08 February 2019 09:17

THE WORLD ENVIRONMENTAL DAY

The world environmental day was for everyone and everywhere. Since it began in 1972, global citizens have organized thousands of events from neighborhood clean-ups to action against wildlife crime, to planting trees. The world environmental day is the biggest annual event for positive Environmental action and takes place in June 5thf of every year. The theme of World Environment day 2017 was “Connecting People to Nature” and it implored everyone to get outdoors and into nature to appreciate its beauty and its importance and to take forward the call to protect the earth that we share.
This year’s theme invited participants, to think about how they are part of our nature and how intimately they depend on it. It challenged us to find fun and exciting ways to experience and cherish this vital relationship. On June 5th, the nations of the world once again came together to mark the World environment Day. This time the theme sought to rally populations to come up with initiatives that intimately connect them with nature. In Kenya, the day was marked at Egerton University and Kenyatta University Environmental Club Members graced the occasion with other participants, who included the ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, National Environment and Management Authority (NEMA), Egerton University and other partners.
The day was marked with a lot of activities including an Environmental Conservation week with a lot of conservation activities taking place within the University, climaxing on 5th June, 2017. On this day there was an art competition dubbed “Connecting People with nature” through the eyes of the children, where the winners were awarded during the celebration. This competition involved students of Primary, Secondary and Tertiary institutions.
A roadshow was organized through the streets of Njoro town and Kenyatta University Environmental Club members joined other participants in a procession to mark the day. Later a panel discussion was held at the University’s hall, where various topics derived from this year’s direction for the countries Environmental conservation, where the students also participated. The day ended with the student participating in a tree planting exercise, which took place at a designated field, where several seedlings were planted. Finally a vote of thanks was given and the students headed back to the University.

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A roadshow was organized through the streets of Njoro town and Kenyatta University Environmental Club members joined other participants to mark the day.

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Kenyatta University Environmental club Students Participated in the panel of discussion at Egerton Universities hall.

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The day could not have ended any better than this. Kenyatta University Environmental club joined other participants in marking the world environmental day.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 January 2019 13:04

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