Training and capacity Building


PHDA through its TSU and SWOP programs, different program continues to build capacity and provide training to its  collaborators, partners and individuals as well. They include:

I.T Capacity building and Training
PHDA continues to innovate and leverage on information technology to improve service delivery, enhances research and data reporting. Through It’s Information Technology  department PHDA has developed a home grown, affordable and scalable integrated biometric system for EMR’s as a unique identifier in public health program with a focus of Key population.   | ReadMore .

Laboratory Infrastructure and Support
In 2011, University of Manitoba through funding by Canadian Foundation for Innovation invested $3.8Miilion to improve the Research infrastructure within the University of Nairobi Collaboration. This funding was used to build, furnish and equip a level 3 biosafety viral hemorrhagic fever laboratory within the University of Nairobi College of Health Sciences Campus in Kenya. The project would expand the existing Manitoba sponsored infrastructure through the Canadian Funding by another 250%| Read More.

Community Capacity Building
PHDA believes in growing together with the communities that we serve. SWOP and TSU  have been instrumental in building capacity among the KP and involving the community in the HIV  prevention, care and treatment campaign. | Read More.


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.

Partners for Health and Development in Africa