UNICAF Students in Uganda had a great opportunity to step back from their studies and daily routine and get to know fellow students and UNICAF staff at an exciting outing in Kampala.
The International Trade Fair in Nairobi is the largest of its kind in East Africa. Many organisations and different types of businesses, from various countries participate in the Fair annually, to present and promote their products and services, and also to meet and interact with local visitors. The Fair is organised by the non-profit Agricultural Society of Kenya.
UNICAF students in Nairobi, Kenya gathered on September 23rd, at the Black Gold Café in Panari Sky Center, to get to know one another, to exchange experiences and ideas and to network, while enjoying a delicious lunch. After the necessary first introductions the students started an animated discussion about work and career and how studying with UNICAF has influenced their lives. One of the students present, John Onsongo, 45, Project Administrator at the Logistics department of Wrigleys Kenya, currently doing his MBA with the University of Nicosia, through UNICAF, said that “UNICAF offers a world class learning experience, which is the way to go for online degrees “.
UNICAF students are not only hard working they also care about the environment they live in. On the 2nd of September a group of our students in Ghana donned on their UNICAF t-shirts and caps and met, armed with spades, brooms, garden trolleys and plastic gloves at the Ring Road in Accra to clean it up.