UNESA 2013/2014 CALENDAR OF EVENTS
UNESA is an academic and professional body aimed at excellence in all spheres of the students’ welfare within Campus. We are committed towards academic improvement in performance and promote socio-cultural welfare not forgetting sporting activities. In this regard, we have proposed the following as our calendar of events.
1. Orientation of 1st Years - 20th – 25th May 2013
2. First Years’ Entertainment Night - 25th May 2013
3. First Semester Welcoming Entertainment - 13th Sept. 2013
4. First Year Election - 16th Sept. 2013
5. UNESA Officials Leadership Workshop - 20th – 22nd Sept. 2013
6. Motivational Talk ‘Being an Achiever’ - 27th Sept. 2013
7. Inter – Years’ Sports Week - 14th – 19th Oct. 2013
8. Kick Drugs out of Kikuyu Campus Campaign to crown sports week - 19th Oct. 2013
9. UNESA Career Day for all CEES Students - 2nd Nov. 2013
10. Kikuyu Campus and Local Society Come-Together Event - 15th – 16th Nov. 2013
11. Inter-University Academic Forum - 22nd – 24th Nov. 2013
12. End of Semester Entertainment - 6th Dec. 2013
13. Orientation of First Years(2012 group) - 6th – 13th Jan. 2013
14. Entertainment of First Years - 13th Jan. 2014
15. Election of First Year Representative - 31st Jan. 2014
16. Show Love for the Environment Day - 14th Feb. 2014
17. Cultural Week - 24th – 28th Feb. 2014
18. Mr. and Mrs. Kikuyu Campus Event to Crown Cultural Week - 28th Feb. 2014
19. Reproductive Health Day - 8th March 2014
20. Leadership Seminar - 15th March 2014
21. UNESA General Election - 11th April 2014
22. Funga Mwaka Entertainment - 12th April 2014
23. Free Dinner (Easter Celebration) - 17th April 2014
PATRICK MATERE OGWARO ANTHONY
Chairman Secretary General
0720 941 841 0722 581 343
U N I V E R S I T Y O F N A I R O B I
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND EXTERNAL STUDIES
ARTICLE 1: NAME
The name of the society shall be: University of Nairobi Education Students’ Association, hereinafter referred to as UNESA
ARTICLE 11: AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
Aims and Objectives of UNESA shall be:-
(a) To establish an efficient, accountable and transparent organization for students of Education.
(b) To promote the general academic welfare of its members and in particular strive to enhance provision and attainment of quality education and champion academic excellence.
(c) To encourage the development of worthy traditions especially in matters of academic interest.
(d) To liaise and work in close solidarity with other students’ organizations, societies or clubs and to establish friendly relations with such and other relevant organizations.
(e) To improve student-lecturer relationship by trying to develop and enhance mutual confidence and trust among member-students and their lecturers.
(f) To publish and distribute a magazine or any other publication in which members can give expression to their views, thoughts, ideas and creative talents.
(g) To carry out research in various fields of Education and myriad educational pursuits.
(h) To organize symposia (symposiums) and forums which will include presentations, discourse and academic excursions.
1. Matere Patrick - Chairman 0720 941 841
2. Ogwaro Anthony - Secretary General 0722 582 343
3. Fridah Syokau - Vice Chairman 0716 479 937
4. Malik Erick O. - Information/Publicity 0714 637 636
5. Ogenche Winnie - Treasurer 0717 630 621
6. Anyona Edwin - Organizing Secretary 0716 671 406
7. Ogetonto Evans - Secretary, Health & Sanitation 0725 115 802
8. Paul Agina - Secretary, Sports & Entertainment 0720 964 032
9. Abor Joshua - Academic Co-ordinator 0716 010 740
10. Choi Joram - Secretary, Catering & Accommodation 0719 484 529
11. Oloo Staphat - Legal Affairs 0725 546 562
12. Kadenyi Endondo Mercy - Gender Affairs 0719 633 962
13. Eric Otieno - External Affairs 0721 515 535
14. Muthomi Bethuel - Fourth Year Representative 0721 102 232
15. Elizabeth Adhiambo - Third Year Representative
16. Malach Ochengo - Third Year Representative
17. Cherono Judy Princess - Fourth Year Representative
18. Ancent Kivuva Muange - 2nd Year Representative
19. Molly Oliech - 2nd Year Representative
20. Aduma Benjamin - 1st Year Representative
21. Eunice Oditi - 1st Year Representative
CONSTITUTION OF KENYA 2010 CHAMPIONS
BETHUEL MUTHOMI ELIZABETH WANJALA
KIKUYU CAMPUS KENYA SCIENCE
100 – DAY RAPID RESULTS INITIATIVE (RRI)
On the role of the University in the Implementation of the Constitution of Kenya and Sensitization of the staff, students and Alumni on the Public Service Integrity Programme (PSIP)
The role of implementing the constitution of Kenya 2010, is a mandate of all Kenyans. Thus, I was given a chance through the office of the Assistant Dean of Students – Kikuyu Campus to represent the students fraternity.
It is a significant role and am proud of that knowledge I gained on understanding of Katiba and deliver the same to the fellow students about changes in the laws of the country. Najivunia kuwa mkenya.
MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIRMAN - UNESA
I sincerely take this time to appreciate the Kikuyu Campus students’ fraternity for having taken their precious time to turn up in large numbers to vote me in as their UNESA Chairman. Further, thanks to the entire community for accepting and cherishing my victory.
As a team we hope to focus much on scholarly excellence as stipulated in our core vision. We target the propaganda of social equity and negation of social vices amongst them being nepotism and tribalism. This can only be achieved through education of the public which we are the cream tutors.
Dear comrades, I beseech you therefore that we may remain goal-oriented academically and shun problem hotspots. Let us appreciate each other and respect each others life and properties.
May God Bless the University of Nairobi and our beloved CEES.
OGWARO C. ANTONY
Cell: 0722 581 343
I am humbled to present myself to the service of University of Nairobi students of CEES. Leadership position may make one proud and forget that he or she is a student but I pray that God gives me the strength, power, determination to render service to all as stipulated in the constitution of Kenya 2010.
I envision a better Kikuyu Campus and a bright future for me and all.
May God see us through.
Vice-Chairperson – UNESA
I am Fridah Syokau, the Vice Chairperson – UNESA, Kikuyu Campus, a Second Year Student.
It is due to the fact that I have the passion of serving people that drove me to vie for the position so as to serve my fellow comrades. This started when I was young and during my primary and secondary school times, I was in position of serving my fellow students as a prefect and therefore felt I should not be left out in Kikuyu Campus.
I therefore thank my fellow comrades for entrusting me with leadership and promise to be there for you in times of need.
Nelly Muthoni Mercy Muindi
WOSWA Campus Representative – Kikuyu Halls Representative – Kikuyu
MESSAGE FROM THE PATRON
WOSWA (Women Students Welfare Association) is an association aimed at empowering young campus ladies. It is in our best interest that women turn out to be better leaders in the future and instill important values in young girls in future.
MESSAGE FROM CAMPUS REPRESENTATIVE
As the Campus Representative, WOSWA – Kikuyu, my aim is to reach out to the young girls and engage them in activities and expose them to events that will empower them. When women are empowered, we are sure that the world will be in better hands in the future.