The University of Nairobi has received a remarkable donation of 45 book titles from four ASEAN countries: Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, and Malaysia. This generous contribution was made possible through the respective embassies in Nairobi, marking a significant step in strengthening bilateral relations with these individual nations.
The collection of books covers a diverse range of subjects, providing a valuable resource for students, researchers, and scholars at the University of Nairobi. Encompassing fields such as literature, history, economics, and culture, these titles offer a unique opportunity to deepen our understanding of the ASEAN region and promote cross-cultural exchange.
Prof. Stephen Kiama, Vice Chancellor of the University of Nairobi, expressed his sincere appreciation to the embassies of Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, and Malaysia for their support. He acknowledged the significance of this donation in fostering strong academic ties and enhancing mutual understanding between the university and the ASEAN countries involved.
The partnership between the University of Nairobi and the ASEAN countries represents a shared commitment to education, collaboration, and the pursuit of knowledge. These donated books will serve as a catalyst for fostering meaningful academic exchanges and exploring new avenues of cooperation.
The university community eagerly anticipates the utilization of these valuable resources, which will undoubtedly enrich research, learning, and cultural exploration. The University of Nairobi extends its deepest gratitude to the embassies of Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, and Malaysia for their invaluable contribution and dedication to strengthening bilateral relations.