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1st Cohort Graduation Ceremony

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UON HIV Fellowship Program 1st Cohort Graduation is the first Fellowship Program ever to be established in Kenya.

The Fellowship which targets mid to senior level public health professionals in the public and private sector, main purpose is to build the capacity of public health professionals who can provide evidence-based and effective public health leadership and management in the public and private health sectors.

The course duration is 24 months (2 years) with 6 months class based training and 18 months experiential learning.

12 fellows graduated during the 1st Cohort Graduation Ceremony.

The graduants are:

Name Area of Specialization
Stephen Omondi Health Informatics
Bernard Muchoki Health Informatics
Wilfrida Momanyi Health Informatics
Crispin Matere Health Informatics
Philomena Waruhari Health Informatics
Emily Muga Program Management
Rachel Ndirangu Program Management
DR. Lucy Ndahi Program Management
Tartisio Kinyanki Program Management
Angela Akumu Health Economics
Shadrack Owando Health Economics
Peter Matoke Health Economics