Rainbow Resort, Ruiru
The purpose of the training was to provide and refine grant writing skills to 6 management staff of UON MARPs Project funded by CDC.
The training was moderated by Ms. Maria Mensah of Sound Edge Media and facilitated by Dr. Denis Magu and Dr. Ndwiga under the auspices of Sound Edge Media.
The training took five days during which the participants were taken through theoretical, technical and financial aspects of grant proposal writing. For practical purposes, the staff developed a grant proposal to be submitted to Bill and Melinda Bill Gates Foundation.
UNITID Board room
The Internal Quality Audit was carried out on Monday November 10, 2014 as per the attached Audit Notification. The opening meeting took place as per the UON/OP/03/6.3.1 and the attendance register was signed. The audit exercise was conducted in the Centre for HIV Prevention and Research (CHIVPR).Following the audit, there were several positive observations.
We did not notice any non-conformity. The closing meeting took place on the same day
Golden Palm Hotel, Kenol-Thika
The purpose of the workshop was to plan for the 5th and final year of the MARPs Project funded by CDC. During the 2 days, activity work plans as well as budgets were produced for each of the ten Drop-in Centers (DICEs) in Central and Eastern regions of Kenya where the Project operates.
Sportsman’s Arms Hotel, Nanyuki
The UON MARPs Project Team Building activity was held at the Sportsman’s Arms Hotel, Nanyuki from Monday 22nd to Wednesday 24th September 2014. Participants included all the MARPs Project staff and a few invited staff members from the College of Health Sciences and Central Administration. The team building program was ably facilitated by a team from Sound Edge Media.
School of Public BOARD ROOM
The EGPAF exchange visit to the University of Nairobi- Centre for HIV Prevention and Research (UON-CHIVPR) Drop in Centers (DICEs) was a request from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)-Kenya.
SACDEP Training & Conference Centre, Thika.
The One Child at a Time (OCaT) program, under the UoN-MARPs Project carried out Families Matter training, which is an Evidence Based Intervention for parents with children with children aged between 9-12 years. The training took place from the 28th July-1st August (5 days) at SACDEP Training & Conference Centre, Thika.
SACDEP Hotel, Thika.
PARTICIPANTS OF THE HIV CARE AND TREATMENT TRAINING FOR KEY POPULATIONS
The HIV Care and Treatment training for Key Populations took place between 22nd to 25th July, 2014. The venue was at SACDEP Thika.
Kitui and Mwingi DICE
Prof. Isaac O. Kibwage, Principal, College of Health Sciences officially opening UoN-MARPs Mwingi DICE looking on from left Prof. Elizabeth Ngugi, Director, CHIVPR & PI, MARPs Project, Ms. Odylia Muhenje, Activity Manager, CDC Kenya and Dr. Evans Mumo, Chief Officer, Health Services – Kitui County
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