Partnerships and Collaborations

Our close relationship with development partners has enabled us meet some of our strategic goals in the training of health professionals. We take pride in them and especially for the critical role they have played to help us reach those goals. Without their generous support, we would not have reached this far. The following are some of our partners:

World Bank

The World Bank together with Beyond Zero Trust last year got into a partnership with Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) to provide funding support to ensure scaled up training of Enrolled Community Health Nurses (ECHN) over a period of two and a half (2.5) years commencing March 2017 in the 2016/2017 academic year. At least 400 students were sponsored to train for the (ECHN) course.

USAID funded FUNZO Kenya Project

  • FUNZO Kenya Project supports needy KMTC students pay college fees, and so far a number of students have benefited from this support.
  • FunzoKenya has also awarded bursaries to students.
  • It has also identified four MTC’s as regional training hubs for training health workers.

Partnership between KMTC, Jhpiego, CDC and Benckton and Dicknson of United States:

  • Established centres of excellence in phlebotomy training at Nairobi, Port Reitz, Kisii, Nakuru, Kisumu and Nyeri MTCs to train health workers to conduct safe specimen collection

Management Health for Science (MSH):

  • In a five-year programme, it trained KMTC Senior Staff and Principals on Leadership and Management
  • Worked with the College to build capacity of health workers in Kenya in leadership, management and governance

Kenya hospitals palliative care association (KHPCA):

  • Supports training of trainers in palliative care through Princes Diana Foundation.

The World Health Organization

  • Has donated books to health records and information students in Nairobi, Muranga, Kitui, Siaya and Msambweni

Sight Savers International

  • Supports training of eye care, targeting clinical officers and ophthalmic nurses

Other partners include: Información sin Fronteras (InfoSF)

  • KMTC Nairobi Campus signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Información sin Fronteras (InfoSF), which means Information Without Frontiers, a Spanish not-for-profit Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) based in Madrid, Spain, in February 2016, which will run up to June 2018.
  • InfoSF provides medical and health information to health professionals working in countries with insufficient resources.
  • The collaboration aims at strengthening the electronic information center at the KMTC library

Partners

  1. The Jacksons Clinics of USA:
  2. Sight by Wings,
  3. Medu Prof,
  4. Mildmay International,
  5. Mental Health Project,
  6. Toyota Kenya Foundation
  7. Rattansi Educational Trust
  8. Kenyatta National Hospital