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.
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.
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
On Thursday 10th July 2014, The CHIVPR-MARPs project held its management meeting on at the School of Public health boardroom. The agenda of the meeting was Communication from the Chair, Confirmation of minutes of the last meeting, Matters arising, Progress reports, Planned Activities and any other business.
The University of Nairobi Chancellor Dr. Vijoo on Wednesday 2nd July 2014 visited the College of Health Sciences and took the Opportunity to visit the Centre for HIV Prevention and Research (CHIVPR)
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Mr. Andrew Muguna, The UoN-MARPs Meru DICE in charge handing over a scholarship to a vulnerable child to join a boarding school in Tigoni. Looking on is the child mother and other UoN MARPs staff members
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