Egerton University

Egerton University is the oldest institution of higher learning in Kenya. It was founded as a Farm School in 1939. In 1950, the School was upgraded to an Agricultural College offering diploma programmes. 1987, marked the establishment of Egerton University through an Act of Parliament. Egerton University has two campuses, Main Campus in Njoro and Nakuru Town Campus College. There are ten faculties at the University.

Role in the project

Participation in
Task 4.1 “Initial set-up of the use cases”,
Task 4.2 “Management and evolution of the use cases” and
Task 4.3: “Mutual learning and re-use of components between use cases and beyond”

Addressing Food Safety Challenges in the African Informal sector through innovative strategies and use cases

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