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Field Data collection using traditional methods has been associated with lots of challenges such as high costs of surveys, field handling of bulky survey tools, cumbersome and costly data entry, delay in data availability after survey, among other challenges. Electronic Computer Assisted Personal Interviewing (CAPI) and Computer Assisted Telephone Interviewing (CATI) methods for data collection are gaining prominence. Internet and mobile phone availability among populations, even in the developing countries, have grown so rapidly, enabling electronic data collection methods to flourish. The electronic methods are cheaper, more efficient and lead to more accurate data. ODK is an open source data collection software application developed by University of Washington.

The course will be delivered by:

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Dr Beth Kiratu  was one of the 61 who were awarded a PhD in the recent concluded graduation. She was awarded doctorate in Pure Mathematics,becoming the first in wowan to attain this honour from the University of Nairobi. Her thesis focused on spectral properties of operators in Hilbert spaces.

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Ms. Jane Akinyi Aduda presented her PhD dissertation on the “Application of Multivariate Volatility Models in Estimating Optimal Dynamic Hedge Ratios for Crack Spreads with Volatility Spillovers in Energy Market”.

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DELTAS Africa - Sub-Saharan Africa Consortium for Advanced Biostatistics (SSACAB) MSc fellowships in Biostatistics for 2017 Academic Year



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 The 3rd Nairobi Workshop in Algebraic Geometry

Moduli Spaces

SPS Boardroom, Chiromo Campus, 14-16 June 2017

An instructional activity consisting of parallel lecturers on specific topics on moduli spaces theory by Prof. Ran Tessler (ETH Zurich) and Prof. Balazs Szendroi (University of Oxford) will be happening at our school.

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