Today marked a special moment at Kabarak University's Wednesday Chapel Service as the air reverberated with the harmonious notes of a Special Christmas Carols Celebration. Both physically present and virtually connected attendees were in for a treat as the University/Church Choir transformed the chapel into a haven of festive melodies. The anticipation was palpable as the crowd eagerly awaited the enchanting performances that promised to make this Christmas celebration truly memorable.
Kabarak University's Environmental Club joined forces with the dynamic Green Circle Foundation, a youth-led initiative, to orchestrate a tree planting extravaganza on National Tree Planting Day. This symphony of sustainability aimed not only to breathe life into the earth but also to resoundingly declare the university's dedication to environmental conservation.
In tandem with the government's ambitious plan to plant 15 billion trees in the next decade, Kabarak University is throwing open its green treasury. As you walk through the aisles of vibrant saplings, each one telling a story of resilience and growth, you have the opportunity to become a guardian of Kenya's future
Kabarak University proudly welcomes Prof. Joel Kipkemboli Kibos as the newly-minted Chairholder of the UNESCO Chair on Culture and Arts in Education for Sustainable Development. This appointment, a crescendo of scholarly achievement, marks a momentous occasion for both the university and the broader community.
Kabarak University in a momentous event that brought together a distinguished array of guests, celebrated the inauguration of the UNESCO Chair on Culture and Arts in Education for Sustainable Development. The ceremony, graced by the acting secretary general of Kenya National Commission for UNESCO, Dr. James Njogu, and Nakuru Deputy Governor Hon. David Kones amonst other key guests from UNESCO and other universities nation-wide, marked a significant milestone for both the university and the broader community.
Our KUSO president Miss Karen Birech and Deputy Sec Gen Gibson Kipruto had the privilege of attending the Africa Youth Leadership Forum in Entebbe, Uganda, and the National Prayer Breakfast at State House Entebbe, graced by the presence of the President of Uganda and First Lady Mama Rachel Ruto. These events were not only significant milestones in my life but also powerful testaments to the potential for youth empowerment and the role of faith in shaping a nation.
The Africa Youth Leadership Forum served as a platform for over 500 young leaders from across the continent to come together, exchange ideas, and discuss strategies for promoting sustainable development, peace, and prosperity. The diverse group of attendees brought forth a wide range of perspectives, all underscored by a common desire to drive positive change in their communities and nations. The Forum's sessions and workshops covered various aspects of leadership, from ethical decision-making to effective governance, equipping participants with the knowledge and skills essential for fostering transformative leadership.
Access Bank (Kenya) Plc reinforced its commitment to education and community development by visiting Kabarak University. Led by Mr. Segun Lamidi, Group Head of Subsidiaries Operations, and Mr. John Kimani, Chief Operations Officer for Kenya, the delegation engaged with the esteemed Vice-Chancellor of Kabarak University, Prof. Henry Kiplangat, in a productive meeting held in the Vice-Chancellor's boardroom.
The Kabarak University Nakuru City Campus and KABU TVET Institute held their highly anticipated annual staff team-building event at the breathtaking Sarova Lion Hill Game Lodge, nestled on the shores of Lake Nakuru. This idyllic setting provided the backdrop for a day of camaraderie, laughter, and reflection on how to survive and thrive in an environment marked by interruptions and violations. The event was graced by the esteemed Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Henry Kiplangat, who delivered an inspiring address.
The 6th of October 2023 marked the official opening of the Nakuru City Campus Complex and the launch of the Kabarak University – TVET Institute. This momentous occasion represented a significant step towards providing higher education and technical training. The event was attended by the Chancellor, Hon. Dr. Gideon Moi; the Board of Trustees led by their Chair, Hon. Kipruto Moi; and the Governing Council led by Dr. John Kibosia. The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Henry Kiplangat, led the University management. Dignitaries, faculty, students, and members of the community shared a memorable experience, witnessing the expansion of educational opportunities and the fostering of innovation in Nakuru and countrywide.
Kabarak University is not just an institution of higher learning; it's a place that believes in nurturing young minds and shaping their futures. Last Friday, a dedicated team of four individuals set out on a mission to Mumias West and East, eager to share the opportunities and knowledge that Kabarak University has to offer. Led by Pastor Esther Kapsir, Dominic Cherop, Lutta Mumia (a student hailing from Mumias), they embarked on a journey of career mentorship and inspiration.