The Advance Nursing Studies program of Aga Khan University (AKU- ANS), East Africa based in Nairobi donated eight (8) desk top computers to Government Kwale Health Resource Center situated at District Medical Office in Kwale.
This donation is sponsored by Johnson and Johnson. Dr. Salim Omar, District Medical Officer of Kwale received the computers. The computers will be utilized by all health professionals and specially nurses when they are attending training sessions at the Resource Center. A major training program for nursing staff in Coast province is initiated by the AKU- ANS . There will be three short training courses of one week duration offered per year at Kwale. While a long term two-year program for upgrading Enrolled Nurses to Registered Nurses will be offered at St. Luke’s Hospital, Kaloleni.
These short courses and the two year programs are sponsored by Lundin Foundation for Africa and is implemented by AKU- ANS with support from Community Health Department of Aga Khan Health Service, Kenya based in Mombasa.
Source: Coast Week