Developed the e-Campus learning management system (LMS) based on a user centred designed for use by both the internal and external audience. The platform has been integrated with internal systems and allows for single sign within the organisation. It is currently in use in Kenya, Malawi and Tanzania, as well as in countries implementing the Leadership, Management and Governance (LMG) course.
Developed minimum standards and a score- card on meaningful Youth Engagement, which is being piloted in 5 Counties. Standards informed by Youth across the country. Y-ACT grew networks to 3,100 youth and 750 youth led organizations across 44 counties.
The Advocacy Accelerator held a Pan-African three part webinar series on the impact of youth advocacy in Africa. The webinar incorporated the voices of youth advocates from all regions within Africa including North Africa.
The Accelerator continues to enlarge its footprint in both in Anglophone and Francophone West Africa by providing advocacy capacity strengthening opportunities to various partners. The Accelerator conducted research and co-hosted workshops focused on youth advocates needs in the Democratic Republic of Congo expanding into Central Africa. This expansion included in person advocacy trainings in Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda and Senegal.
The Accelerator has also hosted an advocacy training and piloted a curriculum on Feminist Advocacy Training Curriculum, that will be piloted with learners from 11 countries in Africa.
The partnership with Amref has grown with the advocacy capacity assessment for country offices moving ahead in 2019 and the implementation of the Advocacy Training for Amref Country Directors.
Innovate for Life Fund
The Innovate for Life has scouted for and brought on board six innovative healthcare entrepreneurs for its annual accelerator programme. The entrepreneurs have been coached, mentored and networked in readiness for the investor and partner interactions
Leadership, Management and Advocacy (LMA)
The first LMA program was rolled and a total of 43 surgical, anesthetic, obstetric and trauma care providers were trained with leadership, management and advocacy capability to enhance efficiency and effectiveness of Public, Private and NGO stakeholders and institutions in the surgical health sub-sector to improve the quality and increase access to surgical services in Kenya.
Management Development Institute (MDI)
MDI program is a result based management course that has greatly enhanced leadership and management skills and ability to effectively work at a wide range of health care organizations across 40 countries in Africa with 1632 trained leaders and managers. The success of MDI is reflected in the implementation of the participants’ Community Health Improvement projects (CHIPs) upon return to their organizations.
Uzazi Salama Project
Successfully concluded a Maternal and Neonatal Health project in Samburu County, increasing access to quality health services to over 200,000 people
Raised eLearning and mLearning profile (first e &mLearning in Nairobi, Nyeri, Kakamega and Kilifi counties with 894 eLearners and 1170 mLearners
Hosted the 2nd HRH Deans Forum which was graced by 4 Vice chancellors and 1 Deputy Vice Chancellor among others to showcase sustained efforts of improving the quality of medical education in faculty and curricula development, learning environment, accreditation journey of health facilities to become expert clinical practicum sites for strengthening training in HIV, RMNCAH and other priority health services.