AMPATH offers opportunities to a research or field work placement at Moi University in Eldoret, Kenya. Click for more information.
One of the 250+successful gynaecological cancer surgeries; AMPATH-UofT is supporting the development of a sustainable care model in western Kenya.
Mobile Health (mHealth), AMPATH is equipping Community Health Workers (CHWs) with Android phones to improve home-based maternal and infant care.
It Takes a Village! Key members of the Maternal, Newborn and Child Health team at Saving Lives @ Birth, Washington, DC.
A Moi trainee practices his LEEP (Loop electrosurgical excision procedure) technique at the Multi Disciplinary Cancer Management Conference in Eldoret.
AMPATH instructor explains how to calculate date of delivery to Community Health Workers during a training.
Eldoret is home to many of Kenya long-distance champion runners. The Iten Training Centre is less than 35km away from the city.
Dr. Omenge, Consultant, MTRH, instructs a trainee during an emergency obstetrical care (EmOC) – ALARM International Program – training.
AMPATH-UofT is committed to achieving sustainable health care goals through care, education and research in western Kenya.
Dr. John Kingdom, Chair, OBGYN, UofT, congratulates 5th Year Moi medical students, Mathew Oluoch and Ian Mwangi following successful electives in Toronto.