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CoELIB, Egerton University will host ten students from the University of Juba, South Sudan on an internship programme. The 6-weeks internship programme will run from 3rd October to 12th November 2021 and will support students to develop solutions for food security challenges in South Sudan. This is the first international internship program of its kind to be held at Egerton University.
Despite billions in resources invested in Kenyan youth empowerment initiatives, youth still face significant rates of unemployment, limited social and economic opportunities, and major challenges surrounding their livelihoods and well-being. This is due to micro and macro-level challenges that render youth empowerment initiatives ineffective.
Jobs Open to the Youth (JOY) Project: Boosting rural youth empowerment and decent employment opportunities in Kenya and Cameroon
The Project, which is implemented by PROCASUR in alliance with the International Labour Organization (ILO), USTADI (Kenya) and AGRO-PME (Cameroon), will boost rural youth empowerment through decent employment opportunities in Kenya and Cameroon. In Kenya, this will be attained through the provision of innovative financial and non-financial services through Integrated Agribusiness Hubs in Nakuru, Kakamega, and Kilifi Counties.
On 20th August 2021, CoELIB Centre – Egerton University was privileged to host a delegation of faculty, consultants, and students of academic and dairy institutions from Ethiopia, Uganda, and Kenya for an ‘Egerton University Visit Programme’ in line with the East African Regional Network of Excellence in Dairy Training (EARNED) Project.
On August 11th of 2021. CoELIB Centre welcomed a delegation of staff and faculty from NEPAD, SIFA, and the Kisii National Polytechnic. This is a precursor of the SIFA project that will be executed at the Kisii National Polytechnic in partnership with Egerton University – CoLEIB Centre. Skills Initiative for Africa (SIFA) is an initiative of the African Union Commission (AUC) supported by the German Government to strengthen the occupational prospects of young people in Africa.
As we work to improve client satisfaction at CoELIB Centre, we create a client-centric communication experience. As a centre whose success is founded on its ability to foster positive human interaction, we progressively work to ensure that our communication experience ensures that both staff and client needs are met to the full with equal importance.
The apparel industry provides an opportunity for CoELIB Centre to expand its reach and impact as it works towards the sustainable gains of its mandate. CoELIB Apparel, the newest addition to the CoELIB family, actualizes our core value of ‘spearheading Business Development for start-ups and incubation of concepts’ but with an in-house approach.
As livestock value chains develop and farmers venture into advanced ways of research, production, and revenue generation, there are existing information gaps in the livestock value chain that limit the attainment of the full potential of dairy production systems. Such gaps include ineffective and inefficient record-keeping, inefficient information dissemination channels across industry players, and insufficient to aid in decision-making.
Our operational excellence in media is pronounced due to the relentless drive of our talented team of creatives towards success. We try to make a story out of each aspect we share with the world and this too has been a great reason for our success across the media landscape. As we deliver on our promise of perfection, we also strive to connect with the authenticity of the people on both sides of the spectrum. Channelling this energy between both sides of the divide through quality broadcasting has been our great strength and foundation.
Business incubation programmes have been around for more than 50 years. Through the programmes, emerging entrepreneurs have gained access to the resources and assistance needed to help their ideas grow into successful business ventures. These programs have been instrumental in improving struggling economies, creating jobs, and encouraging innovation.
The Launch of the African Animal Breeding Network (AABNet) on 1st June 2021 attracted the participation of more than 150 stakeholders and animal breeders from all over the world. AABNet is a newly established pan African initiative established by CoELIB and its partners to develop the capacity and knowledge transfer for animal breeding and creating innovations to support livestock genetic improvement in Africa.
The traditional long-term progestagen based oestrous synchronisation protocols normally range from 10-19 days. The long-term protocol, however, has been associated with low fertility rates. This low fertility has been linked to some abnormalities in follicular development, ovulation, oocyte health, and luteal function. The short-term oestrous synchronisation protocol is a process of targeting female mammals to come to heat within a short time frame.
Toggenburg and Saanen Bucks are Comparable in Performance but Toggenburg Bucks Better for Artificial Insemination
Tropical goat breeds are well adapted to their native environment in terms of traits such as disease resistance, heat resistance, and ability to cope with feed of poor quality. In terms of productivity, the Saanen breed tends to perform better than Toggenburg in the temperate (native) environment in milk yield, body weight, and other reproductive performances.
The film produced by Prof. Alexander K. Kahi takes us through the lives of three young girls who risked their lives fleeing the knife. The girls’ ambition to pull a successful escape through the forest into the city is fuelled by the fear that their father would catch up with them and subject them to the painful cultural practice.
CoELIB Media continues to imprint its presence in the online and virtual live-streaming landscapes by offering exemplary virtual online videography and video production services. The team is proud to have provided virtual live-streaming and call centre services to Egerton University during the recently concluded first years’ virtual orientation process held between 18th and 31st August – 2020.