Nairobi Videos

Introduction to Columbia Global Centers

Introduction and overview of Columbia Global Centers, featuring Lee C. Bollinger, President of Columbia University, Professor Safwan M. Masri, Executive Vice President for Global Centers and Global Development, and the directors of the global centers.
Hear the voices of the Ebola nurses, understand their insights, and consider the implications for all of us today in the battle against COVID-19.
Responsibility, fairness, dignity and honoring death were among the ethical dilemmas discussed in the transcontinental discussion on the moral and medical ethical dilemmas posed by the Covid crisis.
" The lesson from New York is that it's important to put in place very strong measures from day one to contain the virus, " as shared by Columbia Public Health's Dr. Waafa El - Sadr during a live coverage at Citizen TV Kenya.
This special webinar was co-hosted by ICAP at Columbia University and the Columbia Global Centers in Nairobi and Tunis. The webinar gave a very brief presentation on the global update of Covid- 19 as well as the Covid situation in East Africa, South Afric
A Snapshot 0f the 2019- Kraft Global Fellows- students of Columbia University's visit to Nairobi. The group was led by Chaplain Davis- Chaplain of Columbia University.
The Columbia Global Center | Nairobi in partnership with Columbia Business School's Venture for All® hosted the highly anticipated Hackathon for the Emerging Entrepreneur. The boot-camp like session focused on equipping, sharpen the skills and techniques
This short documentary tracks the progress of the Millennium Village in Sauri, Kenya, focusing on the huge steps forward that have been made in food security, education, and sustainability through Nyamninia Primary School's feeding program.
Dr Deqo Mohamed is the CEO of the Dr Hawa Abdi Foundation. This is the second lecture from the Columbia Global Centers | Africa series, held at the University of Nairobi in Kenya on March 27th, 2014.
Columbia's World Economic Forum joins forces with the School of the Arts, using theatre and music training to help participants develop their leadership skills.
Former Dean of Columbia College Michele Moody-Adams, University Provost Claude Steele, and Executive Vice President for University and Alumni Relations Fred Van Sickle discuss exciting developments at the University, both for current students and alumni.
CUSSW Dean Jeanette Takamura discusses the changing nature of the University's role in the world.
"Beyond The Music" is a speakers series where music artists speak about their community service projects and advocacy work. This event is aimed at building discussions around issues affecting our society and how they can play a role in finding solutions