MKU E-News Blog

Donation of Hand Sanitizers to the community

Mount Kenya University in response to preventive and containment measures against Coronavirus is producing alcohol- based hand sanitizers to ease accessibility by the university students, staff and general public. MKU has donated hand sanitisers to the government...

Africa must emulate China to defeat corona

The global outbreak of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) emanating from China has sent the world into a state of distress. Continents are fighting a pandemic that is threatening global markets and trade, challenging countries’...

Coping with COVID -19 related depression

No doubt COVID-19 is devastating the human society both at a personal and at social-economic levels. According to professionals, the mental health / psychological impact of COVID-19 related challenges such as self-quarantine, curfews, infections,...

COVID-19 QUARANTINE: OVERCOMING MASS DISTRESS

 Dr Maroko Gilbert Mokua, HOD – Department of Psychology  On December 30th 2019, the city of Wuhan in Hubei province in China became the epicenter of COVI-19. Initially, local authorities in Wuhan downplayed the significance...

MKU produces its’ own hand sanitizer

Mount Kenya University (MKU) has started producing a hand sanitizer to be availed to students and staff in an attempt to contain the spread of coronavirus in Kenya. The move is at the same...

MKU students headed to Poland

Four students from Mount Kenya University School of Hospitality, Travel and Tourism Management will be travelling to Vincent Pol University, Poland for an exchange program on Erasmus programme Grant. The students who will be...