Welcome to Columbia Global Centers | Nairobi
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Slide 1: Prof. Lee C. Bollinger - President of Columbia University, Prof. Safwan Masri - EVP Columbia Global Centers and Alumni
Slide 2: Distinguished Leadership
Slide 3: Columbia Global Centers Directors
Slide 4: A Platform for Engaging Conversations
Slide 5: Faculty Engagement
Slide 6: Student Engagement
Slide 7: Student Recruitment Drive
Slide 8: New Student Recruit to Columbia through Equity Foundation
Slide 9: Local Collaborations and Partnerships
Slide 10: Student Immersion through established local partnerships
Slide 11: Public Forums in Creative Arts
Slide 12: Seminars and Workshops
Slide 13: Student Interaction - From Local Universities and Columbia University
The Columbia Global Centers | Nairobi, serves as a regional hub for research and collaboration as part of Columbia University’s strategy to achieve a global presence and links the continent to Columbia’s scientific rigor, technological innovation, and academic leadership. The Center provides Columbia students and academics with a base from which to conduct research in and for Africa.
What We Do
A Request for Proposals
The study will collaborate with local partners, including the University of Nairobi and the Ministry of Health, to plan, develop, and evaluate the 'train-the-trainer’ curriculum and toolkit
The Mapping of Sub Saharan Africa Pediatric Hospitals, and the Assessment on their Capacity to Respond to Public Health Threats
Children are a key constituent of any society. In the event of national scale-emergencies, hospitals, and medical institutions in Sub-Saharan Africa do not have a standard protocol, capacity to mitigate as well as the resources to ensure children receive the stipulated and adequate care.
In the effort to end hunger, achieve food security and improve nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture-Sustainable Development Goal (SDG2), and feed it's growing population, the Kenya government launched the ‘Big 4 Agenda’. The five-year program seeks to achieve rapid results in the four identified development sectors, namely: manufacturing, universal health coverage, affordable housing, and food security and nutrition.
Columbia Global Centers | Nairobi
Westcom Point, 8th Fl, Block A
Mahiga Mairu Ave., Off Waiyaki Way
P.O. Box 51412 - 00100
Westlands, Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: 020 4440612/ 0708440612
Fax: 020 4440930
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM. Closed on Kenyan Holidays.