News and Events



2018

STARTUP

2/10


Pre-qualification of suppliers for supply/provision of goods/ services for the year 2018-2020

Partners for Health and Development in Africa(PHDA), invites applications and interested, eligible, capable firms for prequalification/registration as suppliers/providers of goods and services for the year


2017
9/20


Collaborative research group annual meeting 2018

We are pleased to announce that the next Annual Meeting of the University Of Nairobi Collaborative Centre For Research And Training In HIV/AIDS/STIs is scheduled

4/19


Kenya Launches Self-test kits and PrEP

PHDA through its SWOP program was of the Prep Demonstration Study (Link to Prep Write up) and Self Test kits in a just ended Research

3/20


New vaccine ‘cures’ five Aids patients in seven months

There is hope for over 37 million people infected with HIV globally after five people were reported to be virus-free after undergoing treatment. According to

3/20


Amid Dramatic Cuts, HIV/AIDS Funding Spared in New Trump Budget

One surprise winner in the proposed Trump administration budget will be HIV/AIDS funding, despite a nearly 18 percent cut to the Department of Health and

3/20


The International Triple Helix summit

This event will be held on 4th-6th April, 2017 at the University of Nairobi, Kenya.  Theme “Accelerating the Attainment of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Through

3/20


Maisha HIV and AIDS Conference

Maisha HIV and AIDS Conference will be held on May 28th -31st , 2017, in Nairobi Kenya Theme (‘Translating the Science to End New HIV Infections in



Our Next Goals

3/20


Annual Pan-African forum & exposition on digital identity!

We are pleased that The 3rd Government Forum on Electronic Identity in Africa will be hosted by the Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration (MHAI)

About PHDA

Partners for Health and Development in Africa (PHDA) is an international non-profit organization registered in Kenya, working in the health and development fields in Kenya and elsewhere in Africa.

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