Dept. of PHPT Community Outreach

Department of Public Health, Pharmacology & Toxicology in Partnership with Presbyterian Church of East Africa (P.C.E.A) Kinoo Parish as part of Community Social Responsibility (CSR) activity,  organized for a one day event on May 22nd, 2022 to provide education, create awareness on Disease prevention and disseminate Public Health information.  


Enclosures – A Positive Land Management Tool For Food Security Or A Driver Of Tenure Conflicts?

Pastoralists rely on livestock for their livelihood and pastoralist communities are widespread in the arid- and semiarid regions of Africa. In fact, 70 % of East Africa’s livestock population resides in Kenya. The harsh conditions of the drylands with severe droughts, erratic rainfall and land degradation make it difficult to sustain on conventional agriculture or other activities. As a consequence, food security in the drylands record the lowest indices compared to other areas in Eastern Africa.