Recognizing women’s role in bio-entrepreneurship


In reforming bio-entrepreneurship education in sub-Saharan Africa, PBL-BioAfrica pays close attention to promoting inclusive education and working life. Master’s student (Daniel Musyoka) engaging youths from Dandelion Africa in setting up a tomato seedbed Climate change increasingly impacting the lives of citizens and the environment especially in sub-Saharan Africa, and the long-term effects that it bears... Continue Reading →

PBL-BioAfrica in line with Kenyan policies


PBL-BioAfrica, being a collaborative project, points towards strengthening bioeconomy education through promoting PBL (Problem-Based Learning), entrepreneurship, innovation, and digital learning methods in Sub-Saharan Africa. This a plausible solution to the Kenya’s 21st century challenges. Egerton’s university management acknowledges the relevance and goodness of fit of the project to the institution, as it promotes the same... Continue Reading →

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