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STEM Girls Boot Camp

STEM girls boot camp for schools in Kwale and Kajiado counties Theme: “Keeping girls in the picture” The Kenya National Commission for UNESCO (KNATCOM) in partnership with UNESCO Regional Office for Eastern Africa, Ministry of Education and the STEM Impact Centre hosted 108 girls during the STEM Girls Boot camp for schools in Kwale County on 14-16th August […]
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Six Kenyans Awarded UNESCO/Poland Engineering Scholarships.

Six (6) Kenyans have won the prestigious UNESCO/Poland Co-Sponsored Fellowship Programme in Engineering under the auspices of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) and Poland.  The fellowships offered by UNESCO, the Polish National Commission for UNESCO and the UNESCO Chair for Science, Technology, and Engineering at the AGH University of Science and […]
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KNATCOM Hosts the UNESCO Regional Office for Eastern Africa Natural Science Sector Team

Natural Sciences team from both KNATCOM and UNESCO Regional Office of Eastern Africa (ROEA) held their monthly bilateral meeting at KNATCOM Offices today morning, aimed at bolstering implementation of joint activities in areas of mutual interest consistent with the Kenyan Government priorities, KNATCOM Strategic Plan and UNESCO Medium-term Strategy. Among the key issues discussed were […]
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TVET instructors to embrace emerging technologies in pedagogy to develop skills for industrial revolution

Skills development provided by TVET institutions is considered as a key factor that can help a country mitigate and adapt to the impact of globalization, rapid technological change, trade liberalization, increase exports and foreign direct investment and address the environmental questions linked to climate change and the increased international movement of labour.
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Artificial Intelligence for DRR training

Artificial Intelligence for Disaster Risk Reduction

Dr. Evangeline Njoka, KNATCOM’s Secretary General/CEO officially opened the Artificial Intelligence for Disaster Risk Reduction (AI for DRR) workshop that was held at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) from 1st to 2nd September 2021. While giving her opening remarks, Dr. Njoka stated that the world was increasingly facing disaster risks in the form […]
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