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AIHA’s Biomedical Engineering Project in Uganda Conducts First GeneXpert Training in East Africa

WASHINGTON, DC, July 14, 2017 — The American International Health Alliance (AIHA) this week concluded Phase I trainings on GeneXpert troubleshooting and maintenance for a group of 24 biomedical engineering and lab technicians in Uganda. Working in partnership with the Ministry of Health’s Central Public Health Laboratories (CPHL) and Caroga Diagnostics in Uganda and Kenya, AIHA conducted two rounds of trainings between June 26 and July 8 as part of an in-service biomedical engineering program launched in 2015 with support from the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)...
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Archive 2016 - 2011


December 5
Zambian Lab Managers Complete Training, Will Further Country’s Efforts to Attain International Accreditation for Public Health Labs 

September 15
Enhancing Social Work Training to Support Tanzania’s HIV Response

September 15
Enhancing Social Work Training to Support Tanzania’s HIV Response

September 15
Panel Focuses on How to Support Health Systems, Manage Chronic Diseases in Emerging Economies

July 15
AIHA Partners Publish Pharmacy Technician Training Manual

June 7
New Ministry of Health Nursing Staffing Tool Will Facilitate More Efficient Utilization of Tanzania’s Frontline Health Workforce

April 5
Newly Approved Task Sharing Policy Empowers More Frontline Health Workers to Provide Needed Care and Treatment in Tanzania

March 4
AIHA, GE Foundation Partner on New Biomedical Training Initiative in Ethiopia

March 1
AIHA Launches New Partnership to Strengthen Uganda’s Biomedical Engineering and Technology Training Capacity


December 1
Partnerships Strengthen Health System Capacity in sub-Saharan Africa

November 17
AIHA Successfully Concludes Blood Safety Project Kazakhstan

September 3
AIHA Partners Launch Telemedicine Initiative in Zambia

February 2
AIHA Appoints David Greeley as New President and CEO


November 12
AIHA Partners with RTI to Strengthen Health Systems across Africa

September 25
AIHA Conducts Blood System Equipment Validation Training in Ukraine

August 7
AIHA Mourns the Loss of South African Partner Prof. Johan Esterhuyse

June 16
Twinning Partnership Celebrates Launch of Tanzania’s Second MSW Program at Hubert Kairuki Memorial University

March 18
HRSA Awards New Twinning Program Cooperative Agreement to AIHA

March 11
Tanzania Pilots New Tablet Project to Improve Nursing Education


July 11
AIHA Expands Efforts to Improve Care and Support Services for Vulnerable Children and Families in Nigeria

July 8
Tanzanian Nurses Engage in Leadership Training Led by Experts from the American Organization of Nurse Executives

May 29
AIHA Launches New PEPFAR-supported Partnership to Establish an Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Program in Addis Ababa

May 23
AIHA Launches Twinning Partnership Designed to Train New Mid-level Pharmacy Technician Cadre in South Africa

February 7
AIHA Launches New Blood Safety Project in Asia

January 21
AIHA Launches the First PEPFAR-supported Partnership to Strengthen Biomedical Engineering Training in Africa


November 7
AIHA Launches Its First Twinning Center Partnership in the Caribbean Region

June 27
Government of Tanzania Launches New Social Welfare Assistant Training Program


September 9
Livingstone General Hospital Opens Learning Resource Center

July 21
Strengthening Palliative Care in Zambia through Improved Access to Evidence-based Information Resources

June 24
Partners at the Polytechnic of Namibia Open New Learning Resource Center

June 20
AIHA Conducts Meeting on Strengthening Health and Social Service Professions Education in Africa

May 9
AIHA Appoints Kelly J. Wolfe as New Director of the HIV/AIDS Twinning Center

February 7
Russian Clinicians Travel to United States to Learn about HIV Prevention for MARPS, Coordinated Care for PLHIV

February 4
Twinning Center Launches Third Clinical Associates Partnership to Strengthen Health System in South Africa

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