Supporting Healthy Futures for East Africa: Celebrating 15 years of partnership in nursing education. School of Nursing and Midwifery in East Africa, Aga Khan University, Nairobi, Kenya
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This impact evaluation study was designed on the basis of quality and accountability. It focused on sourcing evidence regarding the impact and achievements of a 15-year investment in nursing education and workforce capacity building. The study was also designed to enhance alumni connection and establish sustainable models for monitoring and evaluation.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements - 1
President’s Foreword - 3
Johnson & Johnson Corporate Citizenship Trust Foreword - 4
Dean’s Introduction - 5
Programme Leaders - 6
Executive Summary - 7
Programme Outputs - 8
Impact – Making a Difference - 8
Impact – Some Alumni Making a Difference - 9
Programme Achievements - 10
Future Challenges - 13
Our Partnership - 16
Our Success Story - 32
The Evidence Base - 64
Sustaining the Alumni Connection - 76
Aga Khan University, Nairobi, Kenya.
Healthy Futures, East Africa, Nurses, Nursing, Midwives, Midwifery
Brownie, S., Robb, W., Hunter, L., Aliga, C., Kambo, I., Machar, A., Mwizerwa, J., Mutyabule, J., Namuguzi, M., Namukwaya, C., Nderitu, E., Sande, L., Skrzypczynski, V., Vastani, M., & Xavier., M. (2016). Supporting Healthy Futures for East Africa: Celebrating 15 years of partnership in nursing education. School of Nursing and Midwifery in East Africa, Aga Khan University, Nairobi, Kenya.