Animation Open Day- Unlimited possibilities in Animation

The animation industry in Kenya is growing, people are realizing the power of communication through animated creative works in response to this Inoorero University in conjuction with Balozi Productions has organized an Animation open Day scheduled for 26th November at IU from 9am- 4.30pm.

This is a special day set aside to showcase various career opportunities in Animation and also feature some creatives done by Balozi Productions. It targets anybody who wants to explore the world of creatives through animations.

Policy and Implementation

Inoorero University Law and Inteclectual Property lecturer Mr Sudi Wandabusi shares his insights on Policy and Implementation on The Power Breakfast Show on Citizen TV.

IU To Host Training Workshop for Chase Bank Enablis ILO Business Launchpad Competition Top 100 Finalists

The top 100 finalists of the Chase Bank Enablis ILO Business Launchpad, selected from all the counties in Kenya will come together at Inoorero University for a four day training workshop from 24 -27 October 2011.

Judging will be done on 28 October 2011 which will culminate to a winner’s gala ceremony the same evening.

The Top 100 business plans were selected during an initial two-stage evaluation and judging process conducted by judging panels from Inoorero University and Chase Bank.

Ngong Forest Rehabilitation by Inoorero University

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On a day that the nation was bidding a farewell to one of her greatest environmentalist, Prof. Wangari Maathai, Saturday 8th October 2011, Inoorero University was at the Ngong forest to officially start the rehabilitation program of 2.5 acres of the forest. This initiative is part of our CSR and is in line with one of our core values of Service to Humanity. IU is conscious of green issues and therefore very keen on conserving our environment and contributing to increasing forest cover so that Kenya can accrue all the benefits that come with it.

Inoorero University (IU) Officially Launches its Alumni Association

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IU finally realized its dream of launching an Alumni Association on Saturday, 8 October 2011 at a colorful cocktail event held at the Serena Hotel. Inoorero University has over 28,000 alumni who are serving Kenya in all sectors of the economy

Inoorero University to Rehabilitate Ngong Forest

Inoorero University has been allocated 2.5acres of Ngong forest (Ngong Forest Station, Karen) to rehabilitate. The IU staff and students led by the University Chancellor Hon. F. T. Nyammo will tomorrow Saturday 8th October 2011 participate in the planting of 2000 tree seedlings.

At this function, the Chancellor will be joined by the Assistant Director of Environment at City Council of Nairobi, NEMA Provincial Director, Kenya Forest Service’s Forester, Staff and Students of IU in the tree planting exercise.

School of Law discussion on the Micro and Small Enterprises Bill

School of Law Discusses SME Bill 2011

The School of Law on Thursday 22nd September 2011 held its first departmental seminar discussion on the bill discussed by parliament this year.

Inoorero University Students Association (IUSA) is launched

IUSA Members

29th September 2011 marked an important chapter in the history of Inoorero University (IU). The university’s Vice Chancellor Professor Henry Thairu swore in the interim officials of Inoorero University Students Association (IUSA) at a ceremony held at its Parklands Campus.

4th Annual National Research Club of Kenya Competition.


Friday 23rd September- Inoorero University’s Deputy Vice Chancellor Administration, Planning & Development, Ms Wamuyu Kambo was one of the judges at the finals of the 4th annual National Research Club of Kenya competition.

This annual competition organised by Synovate Kenya a leading research company was held at Strathmore University. The aim of setting up these Research Clubs in Kenya’s secondary schools is to promote early understanding, appreciation and use of research in region.



INOORERO UNIVERSITY students and staff participated in this year’s Clean up the World Day on 17th September. This year’s event was held at Industrial area with the clean-up of Factory Road and a tree planting session at the Landimawe grounds.

This year’s campaign’s main theme “Our Place…Our Planet…Our Responsibility” was used to ask communities to unite to improve the local and global environment.

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