Original disclosure @ AFDB website
Updated in EWS Feb 1, 2023
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According to the AfDB website:
The overall objective of the project is to contribute to development of relevant and highly skilled workforce in biomedical sciences to meet East African Community (EAC) immediate labour market needs and support implementation of EAC’s ‘free’ labour market protocols.
The proposed operation is an ADF additional loan of UA14.0 million to the Republic of Kenya to finance cost overruns and scale up East Africa’s Centres of Excellence for Skills and Tertiary Education in Biomedical Sciences – Phase I Project. The Project is supporting creation of a network of Centers of Excellence (CoEs) in biomedical sciences and engineering - Nephrology and Urology in Kenya and is part of a network of five centres of excellence for Oncology in Uganda, Cardiovascular in Tanzania and Biomedical Engineering, eHealth in Rwanda, nutrition in Burundi.
AfDB Investment: U.A 14,000,000
OLANG'O Susan Achieng
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