P. O. Box 30197 - 00100
IAS Museum Hill
Dr. Jared Siso
University of Nairobi Anthropology Students Association (UNASA) is a vibrant student-run professional body whose aim is to Link its members with research and policy industry professionals and to compliment student’s classroom theory with important thinking and development trends in the development sector.
The purpose of the organization is to empower all anthropology students with knowledge, application and exposure to the research and policy world as well as promote anthropology as a career and improve the potential of its members as future anthropologists in the local and international arena. The organisation also endeavors to instill diligence, hard work and discipline among members and create a sense of communal and social responsibility thereby providing the industry partners with consistently high qualified graduates.
As the patron of the association, mine is to welcome you all to this wonderful association and to the world of young anthropologists with diverse ideas on that will confront challenges that human beings face in diverse contexts.
The University of Nairobi Anthropology Students Association (UNASA is a professional body registered under the office of the dean of students of the university. The association’s vision is to have a credible organisation for Anthropology and Anthropology related students for capacity building, networking and exposure into academic, research and policy world and to improve the socio-economic and academic welfare of its members.
The principle aim of UNASA is to provide a platform for sharing ideas on Anthropological issues at the national and international levels. This has been necessitated by the realization of the considerable socio-economic and political challenges humanity. It is therefore imperative for UNASA to champion for the Socio-economic welfare strategies and polices.
The main objectives of the association include engaging members in community service, enlightening members on current socio-cultural, political and economic issues, to provide a forum for the members to acquire and share new skills and to develop leadership skills among its members. It is through UNASA that we aspire to produce holistic graduates who will be competitive in the job market through the application of their acquired skills and knowledge.
We are a student organization representing the academic, social and developmental needs of Anthropology students.
We aim to act as a link between the academic staff, industry and anthropology students through various platforms.
Promoting and organizing co-curricular activities to facilitate free interaction and exploitation of talents among anthropology students.
Promoting intercultural exchanges to understand and appreciate other people’s way of life.
Collaborating with other organizations whose objectives and aims are akin to those in helping disseminate information on social problems to anthropology students.
ONGOLLY K. FERNANDOS
MARION O. ANDONGO
PETER K KIBE
JOYCE WANGECHI MURIGI
PHOEBE J. ASIMU
ODIPO JACOB LOWEL SIWA
COLLINS M AMUDAVA (photo not available)
ABRAHAM BRADELY WABOMBA