Training Teachers In Digital Technology


Teachers are now embracing the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) into teaching and learning. Inoorero University started the ICT Based Teaching and Information Management (IBTM) a professional course to train teachers on how to use ICT to deliver their content.

IU Recieves Books Donation


The Global Literacy Project of the USA (GLP) through its Kenyan partner RT-DEMCO donated 2000 books to Inoorero University.

The donation worth Ksh11,200,000 will be helpful to students pursuing various courses at the University.

Present during the occasion was the Vice Chancellor Inoorero University Professor Henry Thairu who thanked the team from GLP led by its Co-founder Professor Olubayi Olubayi for the donations.

Deal to Finance Students Education


Inoorero University (IU) and Micro Africa Limited (Micro Africa) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to provide students with finances to pay their education fees at the University.

The deal was signed on Tuesday, March 27, 2012 by the Vice Chancellor Inoorero University Professor Henry Thairu who was accompanied by the Deputy Vice Chancellor, Administration, Planning and Development Ms. Wamuyu Kambo and Assistant Registrar Administration, Planning and Development, Mary Wanyiri on behalf of IU.

Business training powered start-up taxi company

In Summary
A six-month mentorship plan to hone his entrepreneurial skills helped fire up Titus Mumo’s budding taxi business into the great success that it currently is inspired by the money many young investors were making at the airport in the taxi business, Titus Mumo, 28, started his own company two years ago.
The start-up was meant to be his soft landing after leaving his job at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.


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A total of 73 young men and women were trained during a four-day crash program at the second annual Mobile Boot camp held at Inoorero University from March 14-17, 2012.

This year’s theme was, “Mobile Technology for solving Problems in the Kenyan Society”.

Mugo Kibati Director General, Vision 2030 who was the Chief Guest during the official opening of the event encouraged participants to come up with products that will stimulate economic growth in Kenya.

IU holds quarterly MSME Business Mentorship Mentees Forum

Business mentees mentored by students from Intake 1 and Intake 2 of the MSME Business Mentorship Program held their second quarterly mentees forum on 9th March at the Hennessis Hotel.
The forum organized by Inoorero University through the Regional Center for Enterprise Development (RCED), is held to evaluate the impact of the Business Mentorship Program by assessing its successes and failures.

IU RCED, SME-EA and EABC on the roll-out

Inoorero University's Regional Center for Enterprise Development (RCED) held discussions with the East Africa Business Council and the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) East Africa on the regional roll out of the MSME Mentorship Programme. The meeting was held in Arusha, Tanzania on 8th March 2012.

The above discussions were aimed at supporting growth oriented Small Businesses and create more jobs and businesses in the East African region.

IU holds talks with Chase Bank on partnership

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Inoorero University, through the Regional Center for Enterprise Development (RCED) has been holding discussions with the leading SME bank in the country, Chase Bank Limited, to consider possible avenues of partnership.

Following an article published in the Business Daily on the University’s Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Business Mentorship Program by RCED Coordinator, Mr. Daniel Huba, the award winning bank sought RCED’s audience to discuss possible areas of collaboration with regards to the MSME sector.

Messenger’s Experience as D&E Student

I wish to thank the Distance and E learning department and Inoorero University at large for giving me a chance to share my experience. I joined the IU as a Distance and e- Learning Student in September 2011, to pursue a Diploma in Information Science. I am employed in Ministry of Youth and Sports as a senior support staff and my duties involve messenger work, cleaning and any other duties as may be allocated by my supervisor.

IU and KASIB Hold Open Day

Investors in the stock market have experienced a number of challenges in the recent past due to lack of knowledge from advisors. In view of this, Inoorero University and the Kenya Association of Stock Brokers Association (KASIB) partnered together to introduce a programme aimed at creating future skills for the financial market.

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