University of Nairobi

Haemophilia Youth of Africa workshop in Mauritius

Patients in Africa with haemophilia and other bleeding disorders between ages of 18-35 met in Mauritius to participate in the first workshop of its own kind on leadership and community engagement to empower them in supporting their national member organization in the continent.

A total of 14 participants from English speaking countries were invited for a two-day workshop.

Minimally Invasive Techniques Surveillance team Rwanda visit

A Minimally Invasive Techniques Surveillance team from the Department of Human Pathology visited the University Teaching Hospital of Kigali and the University Teaching Hospital of Butare in Rwanda on 20th-31st January, 2020.

The visit was aimed at assessing the implementation of minimally invasive techniques surveillance in forensic autopsies.

The team was led by Dr. Edwin Walong.