Rooting Friendship: Green University Starts Tree Planting in Kenya
Rooting Friendship: Green University Starts Tree Planting in Kenya
RUDN University launched the Green University project. Together with partner universities, the University will plant "trees of friendship" in different countries of the world. The first country is Kenya. 4 sycamores now grow on the territory of the Multimedia University of Kenya (MMU).

Academic and scientific cooperation, RUDN Open Olympiads and strong ties with graduates - RUDN and the Multimedia University of Kenya have had more than one year of fruitful interaction. As a sign of friendship and cooperation, representatives of RUDN University together with the management of the partner university planted 4 sycamores with the support of the Embassy of the Russian Federation in Kenya and the personal participation of the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation to the Republic of Kenya Dmitry Maksimychev and a graduate of UDN, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering of MMU, Professor Nyakundi Abel Mayak.

The sycamore is also called the "eastern maple" because of the shape of the leaves. This species is the largest tree on the entire planet and one of the most durable in the world.

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