Energy efficiency and increased use of renewables contribute to Climate Change mitigation and disaster risk reduction. Given these facts, Rongo University and Keilot Kenya signed an MoU, a framework for promoting clean, renewable, and sustainable energy use in the Southern Nyanza region. The cooperation signals better things ahead for RU students who have been singled out and targeted for training, research, and exchange visits to Israel. The Ceremony was coordinated through the Office of Research, Extension, and Linkages in collaboration with the UNESCO Chair on Community Radio for Agricultural Education. The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Samuel Gudu, represented Rongo University, while Mr. Omri Cohen, the CEO, Keilot, represented the organization.