FAO FUNDED CONSULTANCY ON TRAINING OF SOMALIA MASTER TRAINERS IN PUBLIC HEALTH (13-22th May 2012)
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Project Code: 
PHPT003
Lead Researcher: 
Prof. Jackson Ombui

The University of Nairobi signed a consultancy agreement on 11.01.2012 (LoA No.159/2012) with FAO Somalia to provide training services in public health to Somali Master trainers on best practices in meat inspection and prevention of food borne diseases and zoonoses. The Objective of the consultancy was to enhance the capacity of public health officers to effectively perform their public health service delivery roles in Somalia. The consultancy lead to the development of a training manual that will be used to train Public Health Practitioners in Somalia and in training of six master trainers (4 veterinary and 2 medical professionals) who could to take charge of the training of public health practitioners in Mogadishu and other parts of Somalia.

UoN lecturers with the six trainees from Mogadishu, Somalia at the end of the training period in the Department of Public Health, Pharmacology and Toxicology

UoN lecturers with the six trainees from Mogadishu, Somalia at the end of the training period in the Department of Public Health, Pharmacology and Toxicology.

Dean, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine presenting a Certificate of Participation to one of the trainees at the end of the training

Dean, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine presenting a Certificate of Participation to one of the trainees at the end of the training