With the expansion of the ongoing USAID, funded project through Local Public Universities for Health Information Systems (HIS), Rongo University on 14.10.2020, made the inaugural foray into Homa-Bay County having successfully managed a similar MoU with Migori County Health Services with a culmination of Systems Evaluation, Monitoring & Evaluation Modelling for 9 facilities for the year ending September 2020.
In partnership with University of Nairobi (UoN), Rongo University (County Proximate University) will provide in country:
- Technical support of health information systems.
- Operations research activities and publications.
- Curriculum review and provision of health works force training.
- PPE’s, surgical marks and Hygiene products through government-to-government engagement (G-to-G).
Rongo University presented PPE’s and surgical marks to the department of health and procurement for a consideration to promoting local talents and innovations. Rongo University has been formally invited to submit documents for consideration to supply the PPE’s and surgical marks.
From Left:, Mr. Collins Ondeng (MOH –HQ inspector), Mrs. Roselyn Mboin County Deputy Health Records Officer, Dr. Maureen Adoyo (Health Systems and Informatics/Project technical team lead – HealthIT), Dr. Gordon Okomo (County Health Director), Dr. Omondi Odero (Head of Section – Resource Mobilization and ISO certification), Mrs. Monica Oguta (SSTE – Textile production Unit), Mr. Amuomo Nixon (SSTE/Project technical team lead – HealthIT).
PPE’s and surgical marks displayed at the procurement office.