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Registration is open! The 24th International Service-Learning Conference will be held on 25th, 26th, and 27th August, in the context of the International Service-Learning Week. Virtual mode on YouTube and zoom.Free access with prior Registration:https://www.tfaforms.com/4914405For more information visit: https://seminario.clayss.org/en
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SIGNING OF MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING (MOU) BETWEEN TANGAZA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE AND SHALOM-SCCRR A Memorandum of understanding between Tangaza University College and Shalom Center for Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation ( SCCRR) was entered into on the 20th day of May 2021 at the main Boardroom of Tangaza University College, Nairobi Kenya. It was signed by Professor David Wang’ombe,...
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Since its launch in 2018, the PedaL partnership has trained close to 1700 teaching staff from across the continent in its capacity enhancement workshops. The partnership continues to work closely with university leadership, leveraging available innovative intra-institutional capacities such as learning centres and programmes to strengthen and institutionalize pedagogical training and delivery. In line with...
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Call-for-Scholarship-Applications-2021 Download Application Form
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We invite all undergraduate students to participate in the service learning essay competition that will be launched on Friday 27th November 2020 at 2.30pmPrizes: 2nd runner-up (Ksh.3,000), 1st runner-up (Ksh.5,000), Winner (Ksh. 10,000)Submission Date: Wednesday, December 9, 2020 at 11.50pm, via emailservicelearning@tangaza.ac.ke.Eligibility: Open to all undergraduate students at Tangaza University College.Length: No of words: 2,000;...
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Tangaza University College and Universal Peace Federation organized a Poetical symposium to reflect on the impact of covid on human thought. The Dean, Fr. James Kairu, invited Nairobi City County Universities to participate creatively by reciting, singing or dramatizing poetry pieces. Those presented were graded according to the three categories. The overall winner was the poetic song...
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Launched in 2001, Ambassadors for Peace is the largest and most diverse network of peace leaders. They come from all walks of life representing many races, religions, nationalities, and cultures, and commit to: Stand on the common ground of universal moral principles, promoting reconciliation, overcoming barriers, and building peace.Form a global network representing the diversity...
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