University of Nairobi
University of Maryland/Washington


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Insert( Linda Nyaga, the Administrative Assistant PRIME-K facilitating the orientation session)

This Orientation was done with the intention to prepare the Medical students from School of Medicine, College of Health Sciences-University of Nairobi on decentralized training that would begin on 19th October to 30th November 2015.

Linda Nyaga, the Administrative Assistant PRIME-K thanked the students for attending the orientation and gave a brief overview of PRIME-K program and what it intends to achieve through decentralized training. The students registered their details on the attendance sheet, bio-data and pre – evaluation forms in a session facilitated by Linda Nyaga. The students were given a presentation on the previous rotations, overview of the sites, what to expect at the sites and how to cope with some of the challenging factors that are likely to be at the sites.

The Administrative Assistant advised the students to report to the Medical Superintendent’s office upon arrival to the site.


  1. Linda Nyaga – Administrative Assistant, PRIME-K
  2. Mark Sigei – ICT Officer


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