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The Columbia Global Center| Nairobi in collaboration with Columbia University's Committee on Global Thought hosted the eagerly anticipated 'Youth in a Changing World' workshop program. The workshop generally asks: 'How are youth around the world affecting and being affected by the rapidly changing world?'

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

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.

Successful startups focus on creating value for their customers rather than chasing high valuations. Distinguished startup founders and domain experts shared their insights into the entrepreneurship ecosystem of India at a panel discussion as part of the Urban Works Innovation Challenge 2019-2020.