Partnerships and Collaborations
PHDA in Global Partnerships
The history of PHDA is strongly grounded in Partnerships and Collaborations dating back to the initial collaboration between the University of Manitoba and the University of Nairobi in the early ’80s. This initial collaboration led to the birth of many child organizations ranging from NGO’s to CBO’s and even International Organizations and has been used as a success story on collaborative research and what it can achieve. https://news.umanitoba.ca/um-and-university-of-nairobi-celebrate-40-years-of-high-impact-collaboration/.
Collaboration has had a huge impact on both research and public health. Our work has influenced public health policies, collaborative research papers.
We continue building Capacity and working with our partners to improve health in the communities we serve, HIV programming, and policy development.
Partnerships and collaborations allow establishments and companies to grow. As an organization, we have been able to partner locally and internationally as well as individually.
Local Partnerships and Collaborations
PHDA in partnership with the University of Nairobi and University Manitoba continues to host the Nairobi Collaborative Research Scientific Conference in Nairobi Kenya every year.
Last year PHDA and UON hosted and celebrated 40 years University of Nairobi/University of Manitoba Scientific conference that is an annual event attracting scientists across Africa, the US, Europe, Asia, and Canada to present research results in HIV/Aids, STI. Through this conference, we get an opportunity to exchange ideas on possible areas of collaboration with other organizations.
PHDA –TSU under NASCOP partnered with ninety-five (95) partners across thirty-five (35) counties to offer technical support to KP programming in ensuring better outcomes for both prevention and treatment of HIV. This support has largely been through policy formulation, development of guidelines, and systems strengthening.
PHDA has partnered with JHPIEGO in delivering the PrEP milestones to the Key populations
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