Indiana University Sends Assessors to AMPATH Program
The consortium led by Indiana University has sent chartered consultant accountants to assess the projects covered by AMPATH Programme. The team from a South African firm is already working in the programme.
The two, Marco Keigzers and Edwin Majaja from Sustainability Solutions Africa based in Johannesburg, South Africa met Dr. Wilson Aruasa, Ag. Deputy Director, Clinical Services during a courtesy call on July 18, 2011.At the meeting, the two mentioned their organization would train the AMPATH Programme’s staff.
In his welcoming remarks, Dr. Aruasa said Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital, Moi University School of Medicine and the AMPATH Programme, attache a lot of importance to assessment of systems, saying they are integral to improvement on efficiency, quality and accountability.
Dr. Aruasa added that the audits have assisted in checking compliance with the financial requirements and also improved on trust from partners who continue to participate in numerous projects.He welcomed the two guests, saying their work carries a lot of importance not only to AMPATH fraternity but to the three sister institutions.
MTRH to Host a Research Study on Cancer
Dr. Wilson Aruasa; Ag. Deputy Director, Clinical Services met Dr. Sam Mbulakeye from the National Institute of Health and National Cancer Centre, USA on July 18, 2011 at his office.“The Hospital, being a teaching institution welcomes research works”, Dr. Aruasa emphasized.
Dr. Mbulakeye will be working with the Moi University, School of Medicine on a Burkitt’s Lymphoma which will be based at Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital. They have had several projects in Homa Bay and Webuye.
Dr. Aruasa welcomed them to the institution and encouraged the group and assured them of the Hospital’s commitment and support.Accompanying the guest was Dr. Constance Tenge; a paediatrician at the Hospital.