Nairobi News

Apply by September 8th for the Fall 2023 virtual program on Flourishing African Cities with the Global Columbia Collaboratory and Nairobi Center.

Meet Chukwuma Okereke MPH'24 and Jasmine Aissata Kouyate GSAS'25 as they share their incredible internship experiences at the Nairobi Center. 

Using mutlidisplinary and transdisciplinary research approaches to enhance the livelihoods of communities in Northern Kenya 

Books must maintain their value in children's lives and in school environments as the world becomes more reliant on information technology.

Industry leaders, policymakers, and project developers attend a private-sector engagement on carbon markets at the Nairobi Center. 

Columbia Global to highlight World Refugee Day and the plight of millions around the world forced to flee their homelands.

The Masters Direct Entry program is designed to teach nursing students more about real-world experiences and scenarios.

The EC-Africa program upskills mid-sized African companies and helps them grow their businesses in today’s global environment.

The Nairobi Center addresses the mental health needs of youth living in informal settlements in Nairobi, Kenya - a region often forgotten.

Columbia Global is pleased to announce the integration of the Committee on Global Thought into its diverse portfolio.

As people around the globe celebrate World Press Freedom Day today, May 3, one of the cornerstones of democracy is under threat in many countries.

Growing up in a refugee community in Pakistan, Shabnam Fayyaz never dreamed that years later she would graduate from Columbia University.