KIBU Hockey Club Visited Siritanyi Childrens Home

Kibabii University Hockey Club (Blak Rhinos) members organized a community service by visiting Siritanyi Childrens Home, managed by Bishop Fredrick W. Ogara on 17th Saturday, June 2017. It was a psychological support to the children supplying them with food staff and clothing, accompanying the team was Miss. KIBU (Veronica Akinyi).It was a voluntary service that was part of community outreach by the club.

The home has around 30 children, 5 of them are in pre-unit, 10 are in primary school, 14 are in secondary and one is yet to join Kibabii University for a diploma course.

KIBU Hockey Club Visited Siritanyi Childrens Home

KIBU Hockey Club Visited Siritanyi Childrens Home

KIBU Hockey Club Visited Siritanyi Childrens Home

KIBU Hockey Club Visited Siritanyi Childrens Home

KIBU Hockey Club Visited Siritanyi Childrens Home

KIBU Hockey Club Visited Siritanyi Childrens Home

KIBU Hockey Club Visited Siritanyi Childrens Home

KIBU Hockey Club Visited Siritanyi Childrens Home

KIBU Hockey Club Visited Siritanyi Childrens Home

KIBU Hockey Club Visited Siritanyi Childrens Home

Kibabii University Donates Food Stuffs and Bedding’s to the Family of John Wafula

On 19th May, 2017 The Vice Chancellor, University management board and the University Health Staff donated food stuffs and bedding’s to the family of John Wafula, a six year old boy at Sitoma Village Kakichuma sublocation, who was identified during the Kibabii University community medical outreach held on 24th -25th March, 2017.The boy who lives with the grandmother was identified with multiple skin infection and marasmic kwach and has been on follow up since then.

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Donates Food Stuffs and Bedding's to the Family of John Wafula

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Donates Food Stuffs and Bedding's to the Family of John Wafula

Donates Food Stuffs and Bedding's to the Family of John Wafula

Kibabii University in Partnership with Kenya Red Cross Bungoma Branch Celebrated World Red Cross Day

Kibabii University in partnership with Kenya Red Cross Bungoma Branch celebrated World Red Cross Day on 8th May, 2017. World Red Cross Day play a big role in the life saving events as well as assisting the vulnerable social people all around the world. It is celebrated to commemorate the birthday of Henri Dunant who had founded the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). World Red Cross Day is celebrated with an intention of alleviating of peoples suffering, enhancing people dignity and protecting their lives from emergencies including epidemic diseases. It aimed to provide relief to the human beings in distress and desolation due to war, food shortage, epidemic diseases or natural calamities. Its celebration is highlighted through a special theme of the year to fulfill the aim of celebration as well as make people aware of its importance.

On this occasion Kibabii University donated :

  • Povidine Iodine
  • Pottasium Permanganate
  • Hydrogen Peroxide
  • Lysol

World Red Cross Day

World Red Cross Day

World Red Cross Day

World Red Cross Day

World Red Cross Day

World Red Cross Day

Free Medical Service

Kibabii University in Partnership with the Kenya Red Cross Bungoma Chapter provide FREE medical service: Deworming, Anti-jiggers campaign, Blood donation, HTC & Family planning at the following sites:

  1. Namikelo Primary School,
  2. Stoma Primary School,
  3. Matongi Primary School,
  4. Kibabii University

Free-Medical-Service

Free-Medical-Service

Free-Medical-Service

Free-Medical-Service

Free-Medical-Service

Tree Planting at Sinoko Primary School

Kibabii University led by Prof. B. M. Mutua, Prof. S. Aywa and Dr. P. Obino participate in tree planting exercise as part of community outreach at Sinoko Primary School in Kanduyi, Bungoma South

Tree Planting at Sinoko Primary School

Tree Planting at Sinoko Primary School

Tree Planting at Sinoko Primary School

Tree Planting at Sinoko Primary School

Tree Planting at Sinoko Primary School

Community Outreach Workshop

Community outreach workshop with the community’s women, youth and physically challenged persons of Bungoma County

Community outreach workshop

Community outreach workshop

Community outreach workshop

Bungoma Farmers Training

Kibabii University hosts Bungoma farmers training workshop on the modern farming technology
Bungoma Farmers Training

Outreach Activities

The University has been organizing for regular outreach activities for the local community.
Outreach Activities

Community Sensitization Workshop

Kibabii University hosts a group of 200 local community members on 23/10/2015 to educate them on key patient issues including Health, Environment, National Cohesion and Integration, Business, Agriculture and Constitutional and Legal issues. The 200 local community members were youth, women and people with disabilities drawn from all the wards in Kanduyi Constituency, Bungoma County


Community Sensitization Workshop

Weather Station Installation

Mr. Eridi Bugoma county. Director of the meteorological Services Being Assisted By Dr. Obino, Lecturer, Geography Department to Install rain gauge at Kibabii University collage on 18/05/2015


Weather Station Installation

Kibabii University Tree Planting Day

Chief Guest(Bungoma TSC County Director) being assisted by Dr. Obino, Chair, Environment Management main streaming Committee to plant a tree during Kibabii University Collage tree Planting day on 24/04/2015. The tree was done in the Commemoration of the 147 Student who died in Terrorist attack at Garissa University Collage.

The University College, in collaboration with the local community, and other stakeholders and collaborators including Bungoma County Government, Equity Bank, Barclays Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, Kenya Commercial Bank, National Bank, National Environmental Management Authority (NEMA), among others organized for its First Tree Planting Day on 20th June, 2014. During this exercise, a total of 3,220 assorted tree seedlings were planted, 1,020 of which on the University College grounds, and the rest (2,200) in the neighbouring institutions. In fact, the 2,200 seedlings planted in the neighbouring institutions had been donated by the local community as part of University College – Local Community collaboration.


Kibabii University Tree Planting Day

Tree Planting Exercise at Kibabii Primary School

Chair, Environment Management Mainstreaming Committee, Dr. Obino leads Kibabii University Students, staff, and other stakeholders including members of the local community in tree planting exercise at Kibabii Primary School.
Tree Planting Exercise at Kibabii Primary School