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On Friday, 1st April 2022:  KEMRI formally submitted its complete proposal to the Commission for University Education (CUE), that will allow the Institute to be a specialized degree awarding institution, in Kenya. The Commission is mandated to accredited universities for the commencement of the process.

KEMRI’s Director, in charge of Research & Capacity Building, Prof. Elijah Songok presented the proposal to Mr. Joseph Musyoki, the Head of Institutional Accreditation at the Commission for University Education at a ceremony held at the Commission offices.

The Institute has been a key player in the nation’s health emergency response, including laboratory testing, case surveillance, containment strategies, clinical trial and product development in responding to emerging and re-emerging pandemics.

Prof. Elijah Songok Director Research & Capacity Building submits proposal for KEMRI to be a specialized degree awarding institution to Mr. Joseph Musyoki, Head of Institutional Accreditation at the Commission for University Education in Nairobi.


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