Nairobi Safari Club, University Way, Nairobi.
Part of the participants at Frugal Innovation meeting
The Institute for Development Studies (IDS) and the Centre for Frugal Innovation in Africa (CFIA)orgainsed a seminar on Innovation and Development at the Nairobi Safari Club on 9th June 2016. The seminar was attended by IDS researchers Prof Dorothy McCormick, Prof Rosemary Atieno, Dr Anne Kamau and Dr Radha Upadhyaya.
Prof. Dorothy MCCormick, IDS
The SAFIC Kenya team comprising Dorothy McCormick, Paul Kamau, Lotte Thomsen, Radha Upadhyaya and Herbert Wamalwa presented at the SAFIC 2016 International Conference held at the Copenhagen Business School (CBS) 6-7 April 2016.
The University of Nairobi has been ranked in the 51-100 category for Development Studies worldwide. The sixth edition of the QS World University Rankings also places the University of Nairobi among the top 100 universities in the world.
Prof Winnie Mitullah, Director IDS.
University of Oxford
Principal investigators of the project: Prof. Thorsten Beck (Cass Business School) and Prof. Emily Jones (Oxford) and advisor to the project Prof. Mthuli Ncube (Oxford)
Dr Radha Upadhyaya
Lilian Towers Hotel, University Way, Nairobi.
The City of Kigali. Rwanda is one of the East African countries that have made provisions for non-motorised transport. The Rwandan, Ugandan and Kenyan experiences were shared during the IDS ACET Regional Workshop held in Nairobi on 23rd February 2016.
The ACET Regional Seminar hosted by IDS provided an avenue for sharing experiences and projecting future plans on non-motorised transport (NMT) in East African cities.
Prof Winnie Mitullah
University of Nairobi, Main Campus, Taifa Hall
The University of Nairobi (UoN) and the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) will today, 28th January 2016, host a live public debate on Eurobond at Taifa Hall from 6.00pm to 7.30pm.
The Institute for Development Studies (IDS) is the lead coordinator of the event at the University while KEPSA will host the occasion through its Mkenya Daima campaign.
Prof. Karuti Kanyinga, IDS
The Nairobi Safari Club
From Left to Right: Afrobarometer team Dr Paul Kamau, Dr Adams Oloo, Prof Winnie Mitullah and Mr Sam Balongo during the release of Afrobarometer Round 6 results.
The institute for Development Studies (IDS) has released results of the Afrobarometer Round 6 Survey on infrastructure based on field-team observations in 35 African countries.
Prof. Winnie Mitullah Email firstname.lastname@example.org
On 19 November 2015, the VREF-supported ACET (African Centre of Excellence for Studies in Public and Non-Motorised Transport) launched a book: Paratransit in African cities: Operations, regulation and reform. The launch was hosted by the Institute for Development Studies at the University of Nairobi, as part of a conference celebrating IDS’ 50-year jubilee.
University of Nairobi, Main campus, VC Palour
From Right to Left: The IDS Director Prof Winnie Mitullah, UoN Deputy Vice Chancellor (AA), Prof Henry Mutoro and former IDS Directors Prof Dorothy McCormick and Prof Patrick Alila cut a cake to celebrate IDS’s 50th Anniversary.