"My name is Rachael Ngina. In 2018-2019, I got an internship in Israel, Arava Desert. I was so surprised to see the Israelis producing food and even exporting their excess food, yet their land is too dry. Actually not even the wild shrubs survive because of the hot climate, they even import soil. My first weeks were so bad, it felt like being roasted and I frequently had headaches.
Egerton University has for many years made a mark in society through its continuous transformation of the lives of students who pass through it in ways surpassing human understanding. Our students set the pace in Kenya and the world over as having impeccable values, character, and exemplary professional capabilities.
Egerton University Alumnus, Prof. Emmanuel Mutisya Appointed as the Board Chairperson of GESCI, an International NGO, to spearhead the organization's growth in the education and skills development sub-sector.
We wish to recognise another Alumnus named Dickson Karanja (BEd Arts 1994-1998) for winning the Bett MEA Innovation in Teaching and Learning Award. This is a global award for educators who create innovative approaches to driving excellence through innovation in education within the classroom.
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