UCSPAK conducted training at MKU Thika Campus

In the two-day event, themed "Amplifying Community voices for Sustainable Peace in Kenya" UCSPAK conducted a session that brought on board; MKUSA Student leaders, Religious Chairpersons from across the University, Chairperson Special Needs, Chairpersons of Clubs and Societies, School representatives, Student leaders from; -

Zetech University, St. Pauls University, EAIC, UCSPAK Secretariat Leadership, Dean of Students and Deputy Dean of Students. The event was held in line with COVID-19 protocols and guidelines.

The Dean and Deputy Dean of Students reiterated the University's commitment in supporting such programs.


Universities and Colleges Students’ Peace Association of Kenya, (UCSPAK) is a non-profit organization conducting a People-to-People (P2P) conflict mitigation, Peace building, and reconciliation program.


Chris Munene : Spread the Love Initiative

One for all, all for one: Chris Munene’s way

Harsh economic times have seen cases of students going to bed hungry, not once or twice but several days caught the eyes of the Nation for the last week. As cries for aid flew from all quarters, our very own Chris Munene has been leading a feeding drive, dubbed “Spread the Love initiative” since COVID-19 lockdown last year.

His 2 years helm at the leadership of Mount Kenya University Christian Union association speaks less of Chris Munene a 4th year Mass media public relations student awaiting his internship.

He shares the genesis of “Spread the Love initiative” a feeding programme that has been running. Aimed at ensuring no comrade sleeps on an empty stomach.


Chris Munene narrates:
“Initially it was meant to be a small noble project that was aimed at boosting a few individuals during COVID-19 lockdown. However, things changed after my WhatsApp status requesting for support. The drive received massive support and from thence, we have been giving food packages. The project is funded by friends, well wishers.


Donate blood save a life

In every 3 seconds, someone needs blood whether in labor, undergoing surgeries, in treatment of cancer or in chronic conditions like anaemia. Making the largest percentage of the world population, young people are called upon to lead the change and be the change in promoting voluntary blood donations within the societies they live in.

This year, the World Blood Donor Day slogan will be “Give blood and keep the world beating” campaign will be the role of young people in ensuring a safe blood supply.

In this regard we invite MKU staff and students toward this drive on Monday, 14th June 2021 at MKU CT Grounds.


Oathing Ceremony of Pioneer Medical Students

To share the wisdom of the 44th President of United States of America in his commencement speech to Medical students of Pritzker School of Medicine on 10th June, 2005.

He said:

"Looking out at this class of 2005, I think my hope is well-placed. With the field you have chosen, you've already shown how much you care about the lives of others; how strongly you have heard the calling to be healers in this world. Today, I ask you to remember that call always, and to remember how it could include more than the patient sitting in your office"

[ Barrack Obama - Friday, June 10th 2005 Pritzker School of Medicine Commencement Chicago, Illinois]


We believe these new crop of doctors will fill the gap in the Medical space while taking to account of Obama's millennial wisdom.