To keep KIMS students healthy and in compliance with Covid directives, BMM procured non-touch temperature readers, automatic hand sanitizer dispenser, surface sanitizers, alcohol-based sanitizers and surgical masks. The equipment was received by the KIMS Coordinator Dr. Lubale and Dr. Anne Khasakhala, Director of the Population Studies and Research Institute (PSRI), which hosts KIMS at the University of Nairobi. The college Registrar Mr. Leonard Musyoka also joined the occasion. DIS and UoN appreciated BMM continued support in establishing the KIMS and noted that the flagship course was getting a lot of attention at the national and regional level. KIMS second cohort are currently attending classes at the UoN Main Campus.