AFYA ELIMU FUND DESCRIPTION
Established in 2013 and launched in 2016, the Afya Elimu Fund (AEF) is a public- private partnership (PPP) initiative aimed at providing training fees for needy students in medical training. The Fund focuses on middle level cadres such as nursing, laboratory technologists, clinical officers among others who form the bulk of the country's health workforce. AEF is a revolving fund that provides low interest loans (4%) to students to meet their tuition fees. AEF is a joint venture by IntraHealth International Inc. through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) funded FUNZOKenya project, and subsequently Human Resources for Health (HRH) Kenya mechanism. The Ministry of Education through the Higher Education Loans Board (HELB), Ministry of Health (MOH) and private sector. The fund has received contributions from the Family Group Foundation, I&M Bank, Standard Chartered Bank and the Rattansi Educational Trust and the list of contributors continues to grow.
The Public Service Commission (PSC) in conjuction with the Ministry of Health is pleased to announce to the general public the recruitment of the following health care workers drawn from nine (9) cadres of health personnel on three (3) years contract based on identified needs in the two levels of government.
Health Care Workers (HCW) across the Country need to be regularly updated on the management of COVID-19 and the everchanging case definition in order to properly prepare themselves to combat the spread of the disease appropriately while protecting themselves and their families. The Ministry of Health has organized virtual sessions through the ECHO platform to capacity build front line County HCWs to help guide their response to the pandemic and help implement measures that will decrease the morbidity and mortality.
Following the outbreak and the wide spread of Corona Virus Globally, and with the reported cases of the Corona Virus disease (COVID-19) in Kenya, The Government of Kenya has instituted a series of responses to curb the spread of the virus. Kenya Health Federation COVID response team is seeking Front-line Health Workers (including those retired) to volunteer for various activities that we are planning in conjunction with the Kenyan Ministry Of Health.
Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) in partnership with USAID funded Human Resources for Health (HRH) Kenya Mechanism implemented by IntraHealth International Inc., invites Afya Elimu Fund first and subsequent loan applications for the academic year 2019/2020. Afya Elimu Fund targets needy students training in middle level medical colleges (listed on HELB website) such as Kenya Medical Training College [KMTC], Faith Based Organizations [FBO’s] and other Institutions offering Diplomas and Certificates in medical courses
Pursuant to the provision of County Government Act , No. 17 of 2012 section 59 (1) (b) the West Pokot County Public Service Board wishes to consider applications from highly qualified results-oriented and self-motivated Kenyan citizens for appointments to the following positions
RFH Healthcare is a group of hospitals offering general as well as specialized medical services. The group covers the geographical locations of Ruai, Embakasi and Tala, with immense prospects of growth to other areas of the country in the near future. We now seek to recruit qualified, dynamic individuals to augment our growth strategy.