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The first 1000 days of life is a period from the first day of pregnancy to when a child reached 2 years old. This marks a critical window for a child's growth and development. Nutrition during this period plays a major role. Community awareness on 1000 days of life through Sauti ya Injili Radio.

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Femme international at Mwereni Primary

On 29th May students under IPH supervision joined Femme international at Mwereni Primary School to learn, understanding and More

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Femme international at Mwereni Primary

On 29th May students under IPH supervision joined Femme international at Mwereni Primary School to learn, understanding and discuss different...
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Inspirational Stories

Jackson Mbise

Jackson is a KCMUCo 2019 graduate Medical Doctor currently practicing as a clinician. In his forth year of medical school...
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Alumni

Dr. Salva Nicas, MD

At the beginning of the Cornel Program, it was difficult to fit in with the culture, language, and difference in...
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Alumni

Dr. Frank Kiwango, MD

Being part of the Cornell University Global Health and Policy Issues Collaborative Course widened my scope on formulation and implementation...
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Alumni

Dr. Gosbert George, MD

The Cornell Program had a well planned interactive class and a well-organized curriculum. I gained skills in policymaking and implementation....
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Alumni

Dr. Felistar William, MD

My experience with the Cornell program was educative, interesting, and exciting. One of the important lessons I had was on...
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Alumni

Dr. Evance S. Mayenge, MD

In March 2019, I got the chance to travel to Illinois Chicago, to attend the CUGH 10th Annual global health conference...
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