KWASU nurtures community

Community Development is an action oriented, locally driven educational process directed towards strengthening economic bases and social structures so that citizens are better able to live sustainably and to effectively manage change. Community Development is a continous, dynamic process of identifying goals; taking action; reflecting on that action and adapting strategies accordingly. The task is never complete.

  • 2013 Open House !
  • Community Health Extenssion Initiatives !
  • KWASU Water for All Project !

    Pilot primary School pupils get drinking water within their compound

  • Envoronmental Sustainability !

    keep malete clean

  • 2014 Open House !
  • Economic Empowerment !

    Visit to local poters

  • 2014 Open House !
  • Linda's Visit !

    Linda Kreitzer, a renowned social worker visits

  • Envoronmental Sustainability !

    Sustaining our environment by planting trees

  • Community Health Extenssion Initiatives !

    Community Health Awareness session in progress

  • CCD Pioneer Director Celebrated !

    Cross section of staff present at the send forth

  • 2013 Open House !
  • Economic Empowerment !
  • Economic Empowerment !

    Empowering rural community members by training them on fisheries

  • KWASU Water for All Project !
  • KWASU Water for All Project !

    Gaa Alanu

  • KWASU Water for All Project !

    Asomu comunity pump get commissioned

  • Education !

    At KWASU, leturers do teach in secondary schools

Director, Center for Community Development, David HannisThe Mission of the Center for Community Development is to support  KWASU’s central mandate to be the University for Community Development by providing relevant educational opportunities for faculty, staff, students and members of the community at large so that they gain a better understanding of the theory and practice of community development.

"We are all in this together, one laughter and one pain. We are all in this together, and together we will dance through the rain" (Jim Henry, Canadian Folk Sing)