UoN HIV Capacity Building Fellowship Programme

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CDC SITE VISIT

CDC SITE VISIT

The CDC Site Visit took place on 2nd October, 2015 at the Principal's Committee Room.

Kisumu Online Courses Workshop

Kisumu Online Courses Workshop

The main goal of the Kisumu Online Courses’ Workshop was to introduce and familiarize participants with contents and delivery procedure for the courses.

Nairobi Online Courses' Training

Nairobi Online Courses' Training

The Nairobi Online Courses training took place on 29thFeb, 2016 to 3rd March, 2016 at KCB Learning Centre

Fellows’ Project Proposal Presentation Workshop

Fellows’ Project Proposal Presentation Workshop

The UHIV Fellowship organized and held Project Proposals’ workshop between 4th and 8th March, 2016

Training of Trainers (TOT) pedagogy training

Training of Trainers (TOT) pedagogy training

The Training of Trainers (TOT) workshop took place from 14th March, 2016 to 18th March, 2016, led by the University of Washington.

The University of Nairobi HIV Capacity Building 2-Year Curriculum Finalization and 6-Month Medium Term Curriculum Development

The University of Nairobi HIV Capacity Building 2-Year Curriculum Finalization and 6-Month Medium Term Curriculum Development

The UHIV Fellowship organized and held a 2-year curriculum finalization and 6-month medium term curriculum development workshop between 3rd and 8th April, 2016

6-Month Medium Term Trainees Orientation

6-Month Medium Term Trainees Orientation

During the medium-term trainees orientation fellows went through: Overview of the University of Nairobi HIV Capacity Building Fellowship; fellows’, sponsors’ and participating local partners’ responsibilities; program rules and regulations; awards; program structure and course content.

Thika Level 5 Handover meeting

Thika Level 5 Handover meeting

The handover meeting today at, Thika Level 5

CDC
Online Courses
Online Courses
Project Proposal
Training of Trainers
Curriculum Development
MTT Orientation
Handover Meeting
To develop and implement a sustained national training program that builds the capacity of Kenyan healthcare workers and local organizations through an academic model of training to support the transition of HIV programs to local organizations in alignment with the Kenya National AIDS Strategic Plan and the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR).
UoN HIV Fellowship Crowns More Fellows; 2nd Cohort Fellows Showcase their Innovative Projects to Stakeholders

University of Nairobi, Nairobi-Kenya (04 Dec, 2013) – UoN HIV Fellowship Program has once again graduated 26 medium term Fellows who went through an intensive 6 month training in Monitoring & Evaluation and Quality Management of Health Programs at a ceremony held at the Silver Springs Hotel. The ceremony also involved show casing of innovative projects to stakeholders, these projects...

1st Cohort Graduation Ceremony

UON HIV Fellowship Program 1st Cohort Graduation is the first Fellowship Program ever to be established in Kenya.

The Fellowship which targets mid to senior level public health professionals in the public and private sector, main purpose is to build the...

UoN HIV Fellowship Curriculum Development and Review Workshop

Prof. Isaac Kibwage, Principal College of Health Sciences, officially opened the Curriculum development and review workshop for the UoN HIV Capacity Building Fellowship at the Great Rift Valley Lodge,...

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