South Eastern Kenya University has received funding for a health related study under the “A Sustainable Approach to Livelihood Improvement” (ASALI) project.

The study will be carried out in Kenya under the direction of the South Eastern Kenya University office of the ASALI project.

This funding will cover research costs only. Applicants must, therefore, be registered in a university recognized by the South Eastern Kenya University Senate and should have successfully completed their course work and have been cleared to embark on the fieldwork/data collection.

Those interested and are qualified may submit their applications indicating the title of the research, evidence of proposal approval, detailed budget and work plan to the SEKU ASALI Project Principal Investigator, Prof. Mary Mburu on e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by Friday, 23rd November 2018.