Mount Kenya University has been having pedagogical skills training as a corporate social responsibility activity by the school of education at Naivasha maximum security prison. On 18th March 2017, Kenya National Commission for UNESCO representative Dr. Reuben Nthamburi joined MKU staff and donated a television set, DVD player, TV aerial and digital content from Kenya Institute for Curriculum Developing (KICD) for use by inmates to prepare for their KCSE examinations. This will go a long way in improving the overall performance of learners in the prison sitting for national examinations. Kenya National Commission for UNESCO is also a partner in a research by the school of education at the Naivasha maximum security prison that seeks to look at “effectiveness of offline study desk on prison education” that has been shortlisted for funding by the National Research Fund (NRF). The partnership between MKU and Kenya National Commission for UNESCO will go a long way in strengthening the UNESCO chair at MKU, Nakuru campus whose MOU has been signed by MKU vice-chancellor and UNESCO Secretary general in Paris, France, Dr. Irina Bokova. Upon completion, it is hoped that the results of the research at Naivasha maximum prison will inform the prison education policies in Kenya and probably beyond. A memorandum of understanding between Kenya National Commission for UNESCO (KNATCOM-UNESCO) and Mount Kenya University (MKU) was signed at Mount Kenya University, main campus on 12th June, 2017.