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1st Cohort Graduation Ceremony

1st Cohort Graduation Ceremony

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

UoN HIV Fellowship Crowns More Fellows; 2nd Cohort Fellows Showcase their Innovative Projects to Stakeholders

UoN HIV Fellowship Crowns More Fellows; 2nd Cohort Fellows Showcase their Innovative Projects to Stakeholders

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 E-Conversion Seminar

The E-Conversion Seminar

The E- Conversion Seminar took place at Nyeri from 13th January to 18th January 2014. So far 8 modules have been converted.

Summative Inception Report and Workplan on End of Term Evaluation Forum

Summative Inception Report and Workplan on End of Term Evaluation Forum

Summative Inception Report and Work-plan on End of Term Evaluation of University of Nairobi HIV Fellowship Program

First Fellowship Consortium Meeting

First Fellowship Consortium Meeting

The First Fellowship Consortium Meeting for the second phase of UHIV Fellowship Program was held on 10th, April 2014.

The UHIV Fellowship and Collaborating Universities Meeting

The UHIV Fellowship and Collaborating Universities Meeting

The UHIV Fellowship and Collaborating Universities Meeting held on 2nd May, 2014

UHIV Fellowship Stakeholders’ Forum

UHIV Fellowship Stakeholders’ Forum

The main agenda was to bring together the Participating Local Partners (PLPs); Collaborating Universities and the UHIV Fellowship partners to discuss and deliberate on the gaps and needs to be addressed

Summative Evaluation Presentation

Summative Evaluation Presentation

The Summative Evaluation Feedback on UoN HIV Fellowship Program (previous grant) was presented on 27th June, 2014 by the Delf Systems Ltd Consultants

UON Fellowship Graduation
Medium Term Fellows Graduate
8 Modules converted already
Summative Inception Report
Fellowship Consortium Meeting
The UHIV Fellowship
Stakeholders' Meeting
Summative Evaluation Feedback
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).

Fellowship Opportunities

The University of Nairobi HIV Capacity Building Fellowship funded by the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will be offering a 2 year fellowship course.
To transition Kenya’s HIV Program to local organizations, it is critical to increase their HIV/AIDS program management capacity. As part of this initiative, the University of Nairobi (UoN) in collaboration with the University of Washington (UW) and Management Science for Health(MSH) aim to support the Kenyan National HIV response by an on-the job training
fellowship program for individuals interested in Program Management, Health Economics and Health Informatics. These are merit based programs whose aim is to build capacity for leadership and management in public and private health sectors.

Fellows will be selected based on their potential for commitment to health service provision in the public or private sectors. Upon completion of the fellowship, they will receive a fellowship certificate award of the University of Nairobi.
Selected fellows will undergo a 2-year full time non-degree competency based training program at the University of Nairobi and selected host institutions. This will be an exciting opportunity for fellows to benefit from professional on-the-job enrichment through a taught component and attachments in public and private health related institutions in the country. Fellows will further have the opportunity to undertake a funded project designed to improve the efficiency of the Participating Local Partners(PLPs) . During the training, fellows will receive a reasonable monthly stipend to meet their expenses.

 

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