SEI Africa and Athletics Kenya sign MOU

Dr Philip Osano of SEI Africa and Athletics Kenya President General (Rtd) Jackson Tuwei exchange documents after signing the memorandum of understanding at Nyayo National Stadium in Nairobi, Kenya. Photo: Lawrence Nzuve / SEI.

In addition to Kasarani and Nyayo National Stadiums, more sensors are set to be installed at Nairobi National Park and Karura Forest, with two more devices supplied by UNEP to be installed on athletics tracks around Nairobi.


“SEI's work on air pollution in Kenya involves collaboration with the National Environment Management Authority, which is currently revising Kenya's Air Quality Regulations (2014), the Kenya Meteorology Department on air pollution data, the Kenya Medical Research Institute and the Ministry of Health on health impacts of pollution. SEI also works closely with the University of Nairobi and community and resident associations, under the umbrella of Kenya Air Quality Network, which we helped establish in 2016.”

— Dr Philip Osano, SEI Africa Director