Amref Health Africa is an international African organisation headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya.
Our Vision Lasting health change in Africa
Our Mission We are committed to improving the health of people in Africa by partnering with and empowering communities, and strengthening health systems.
Brussels, 22 February 2017
Dear European leaders,
We, the undersigned non-governmental organisations, are deeply concerned with the direction of the EU-Libya policy as outlined in the Commission Communication on the Central Mediterranean (25.01.17) and reaffirmed in the conclusions of the Malta Summit (03.02.17) and the Council Conclusions (06.02.17), aiming to stop migratory movements through Libya.
The commissioning of a spring in Buchenge, Kericho County, was the culmination of a private-public partnership that brought together the East Africa Breweries Limited (EABL) Foundation and Amref Health Africa in Kenya.
“The completion of the project on time means that we now have a good platform for even more collaboration in the future,” Daniel Kurao, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene and Neglected Tropical Diseases Programme Manager, Amref Health Africa in Kenya, ascertained.
Chinoruma Nedwici is the nurse in charge of Ndagi Maternity Ward in Zimbabwe. A beneficiary of the Leadership Management and Governance (LMG) programme, Nedwici narrates how the training has reshaped her roles as a health care provider.
On a bright sunny morning on November 5, the Vice President of The United Republic of Tanzania, Mama Samia Suhuhu Hassan, led hundreds of enthusiastic Dar es Salaam residents in the Amref Health Africa Stand up for African Mothers (SU4AM) fundraising charity walk.
By Maureen Cherongis
Amref Health Africa in Kenya on November 4, 2016 launched a four year project (2016-2020) aimed at improving the health and wellbeing of mothers and children in four sub-counties of Siaya County namely Alego-Usonga, Ugunja, Ugenya and Bondo.
We wish to bring to your attention the above mentioned programme scheduled for Sept 18– Sept 29, 2017 at Amref International Training Center in Nairobi.
THE RATIONALE FOR PRACTICAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY
The aim of this course is to build the capacity of health and development professionals, researchers, statisticians, economists, M&E professionals and scholars with practical skills on the appropriate application of statistical methods in data analysis.
Many professionals and scholars struggle with statistical data analysis, yet programmes, projects and their academic work always demand for these practical skills. This course is designed to break these barriers in using statistical approaches to enhance one’s knowledge and skills in statistical data analysis.
Amref’s experience of close to sixty years in implementing community health programmes has shown that the practice of community health has the greatest impact in the health of households at the community level. Using its expertise in implementing community health programmes in Africa; Amref has been training health and development workers in a post-basic diploma in community health (DCH) since 1987. Based on the quality and the content offered in the DCH programme; the need to review the curriculum and offer a higher diploma was realized.
We wish to bring to your attention the above mentioned programme scheduled for July 10– July 21, 2017 at Amref International Training Center in Nairobi.
THE RATIONALE FOR STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP (RESULT BASED MANAGEMENT)
We wish to bring to your attention the above mentioned programme scheduled for June 19– June 23, 2017 at Amref International Training Center in Nairobi.
THE RATIONALE FOR SEXUAL REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH
When sexual reproductive health is done and applied correctly, it strengthens the basis for managing for results i.e. timely achievements of set objectives, adherence to policy regulations and guidelines for effectiveness and efficiency, foster learning and knowledge management in the organization.