Family Planning Findings for Performance Monitoring for Action Round One Released
The dissemination event was attended by over 80 invited guests from the National and County governments, FP partners, donors, multilateral agencies, civil society, media and private sector organizations. This was a strategic opportunity to update the partners on the annual...
Present at the event was chief guest, Dr. Stephen Kaliti, Head of Reproductive and Maternal Health (MOH), Dr. Sheikh Mohammed of the Director General's office, Mr. Obudho, of the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics, Dr Stephen Mutwiwa Jhpiego's County director among other invited guests. Dr. Kaliti stressed that the Ministry of Health was keen in strengthening the existing systems by leveraging partneships with organisations like ICRH Kenya.
Some of the programmatic implications generated from the findings included the need to strengthen counselling programs to address myths and misconceptions about Family Planning, and improving on access, equity, quality and choice of family planning services to meet the FP needs of all women in the reproductive age. The findings were also featured in the media as seen in the link below.
PhD defense by Ms Elizabeth Kemigisha
March 12th PhD student from Uganda Ms Elizabeth Kemigisha is defending her PhD at Ghent University Elizabeth Kemigisha is PhD student at Ghent University and paediatrician and lecturer at Mbarara University of Science and Technology (South Western Uganda).
Chinese Hospital Directors in Ghent for a management training
On 20 May 2019, the Faculty of Medicine and Health Science of Ghent University, organized an one-day training program for 37 Chinese private and public hospital directors about health care management.