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Join-in-Circuit – Adaptation Workshop 2nd to 6th July 2007
Posted in IEC, RH by Salesio on June 28th, 2007

The Division of Reproductive Health, with the support of MOH / GTZ Health Sector Programme will hold an adaptation 5 days workshop from 1st to 6th July 2007 during. The Join-in-Circuit (JiC) was originally developed by the German Federal Centre for Health Education (BzGA) for the German campaign “Don’t give AIDS a chance” in order [...]

Get Connected: Nuri’s Story
Posted in IEC by David Mshila on June 28th, 2007

by Alakie Mboya In this quarter of Get Connected our topics are on Rape and Drug Abuse. Rasta, one of Benji’s friends, has just raped Nuri. What will happen when Benji finds out? And Benji has been indulging in drugs. When Rasta dies from an over dose (OD) Benji is the prime suspect.

Get Connected Launch/Road Show on Sunday 8th July 2007
Posted in IEC by Salesio on June 28th, 2007

by Alakie Mboya The Ministry of Health, Division of Reproductive Health in collaboration with Shangari Communication through the support of GTZ, will Launch Get Connected on Sunday 8th July 2007, their Youth Radio Programme, currently being transmitted on Kenya Broadcasting Service (KBC) every Sunday from 3pm to 4pm.

GTZ & SUPKEM Launch Support to Muslim Healthcare Services Delivery in Kenya
Posted in Policy, PPP by Salesio on June 28th, 2007

Following several technical discussions between SUPKEM and GTZ a program of support was launched on 27th June 2007. The GTZ support is within the overall framework of public private partnership in health – support to FBOs. SUPKEM through its Directorate of Health provides guidance and oversight to its 2000 affiliates (mainly clinics) spread all over [...]

GTZ / OPM Present First Draft of the Health Sector Costing Model
Posted in Health Financing, Policy by Salesio on June 28th, 2007

GTZ Health Sector Programme through Oxford Policy Management (OPM) is supporting the development of a costing model for the Kenya Health Sector. On June 26th, a first draft of the model has been presented during the MOH Senior Management meeting, headed by the PS Health.

Barnabas Farewell and Presentations
Posted in IT, Policy by Salesio on June 27th, 2007

On 22.06.2007 we bid farewell to our colleague, Barnabas Penzl who proceeded to Wuppertal, Germany for his studies. Barnabas was an intern with us for six months in the Policy component and did impressive work for the Programme especially in IT. There are plans to hire him as a junior consultant so that he continues [...]

With the Wheel to Work!
Posted in General by Salesio on June 26th, 2007

That is the direct translation of a campaign at GTZ Head quarters in Eschborn promoting good health (and environmentalism!) practices by using bikes to work: “Mit dem Rad zur Arbeit 2007″.

Invitation: “Youth take charge of their sexuality” - Stakeholder’s Workshop
Posted in Human Rights, RH by Salesio on June 26th, 2007

MOH / GTZ Health Sector Programme is invited to the above workshop on 5th of July 2007 at the Silver Springs Hotel starting 8am – 1pm. Centre for Rights Education & Awareness (CREAW) who are Programme partners in Health and Human Rights activities are taking the lead.

Visit to GTZ Headquarters in Eschborn, Germany.
Posted in General by mark on June 22nd, 2007

After the short course in Heidelberg, three colleagues 2 from Kenya and one from GTZ Zimbabwe, were privillaged to visit and meet with colleagues at the GTZ Eschborn. We had a very warm reception in this big place of almost 2000 workers and, held discussions at various departments including division of Health, Education and Social [...]

Short Course on Consultancy Skills at Heidelberg, Germany.
Posted in General, RH by mark on June 22nd, 2007

Two colleagues, Ruth from HENNET and Mark from SANIPLAN sponsored by MoH/GTZ Health program, completed the course on ‘Consultancy Skills in International Development Cooperation’ successfully between 28th May to 16th June 2007 at Heidelberg University. Participants from different backgrounds and 10 different countries attended.

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