To be a leading centre of excellence in instruction and research in the field of Economics. 

Ciliaka M. W. GITAU is a Doctoral candidate at the School of Economics, University of Nairobi. She also holds Masters of Arts and Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the same University. She is a qualified Certified Public Accountant and Certified Securities and Investment Analyst. Her research interest is on International Finance, International Trade, Financial Economics, Institutional Economics, poverty and development Economics.

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In line with University of Nairobi policy, the School of Economics held an induction meeting for new staff on Monday 2nd March 2015. The aim is to ensure effective integration of new staff so that they can deliver efficient and effective services. The staff was inducted on University teaching procedure, examination procedure, research and consultancy procedure and non-teaching responsibilities.

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Michael Ndwiga did his undergraduate studies at the University of Nairobi, masters at the University of Malawi and currently he is in his final stage of PhD in economics at the University of Nairobi. Michael emerged as the best student with the highest mean score ever for the corroborative PhD comprehensive exam under the African Economic Research Consortium. Michael is currently teaching micro and macro economics.

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Dr. Mwai is a capable professional in the field of health economics, with great expertise in health financing, costing, planning and budgeting and using efficiency and effectiveness tools to improve planning and budgeting analysis with demonstrated progressive levels of responsibility in my career. My work has contributed to improvement in health care outcomes and expanded high quality pro-poor health services across all levels of the health system. I have facilitated formulation and adoption of evidence based health policies for the last eight years.

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Workshop objectives:

  • To provide a platform for the interaction of researchers, project coordinators and donors;
  • To present the research project to stakeholders;
  • To understand research methodologies and sources of data for the research by participating institutions;
  • To provide a way forward for the project.

Workshop Participants were drawn from the following institutions:

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