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Open WiFi for research and education in Kenya

KENET, the national research and education network of Kenya, and its partners have established the first cloud-based Open WiFi architecture in Africa.

How corona viruses have affected camel herding

Since camels often move between different regions, controlling diseases such as corona viruses calls for a transboundary approach.

Ensuring students and faculty have access to online resources

The Kenya Education Network has collaborated with the country’s mobile service providers to provide data bundles at discounted prices to KENET institutions’ students and faculty members.

Preserving a vital food source with the help of advanced research infrastructure

Scientists in Kenya and Australia collaborate on a research project to diagnose viruses that infect cassava, and sequencing whole cassava virus genomes in order to help eradicate infection.

Kenya Finland partnership boosts access to geoinformatics education and training to aid sustainable development

The groundbreaking TAITAGIS project aims at building a critical mass of postgraduates equipped to overcome the huge human resource deficit in Applied Geoinformatics in Kenya and Eastern Africa.

Working together instead of in isolation to train engineers in Africa

Collaborating across borders to train the trainers opens the door to new opportunities for developing the skills of network engineers in Africa. This engineering workforce provides services that underpin research and education outcomes for the nation.