Thanks to Indianapolis philanthropist, the AMPATH partnership took flight.
Why an entrepreneur from Indiana is teaching Kenyan street kids to run a Permaculture Farm.
Published in Volume 38, August 2015, Diabetes Care Publication: Improving Diabetes Management and Cardiovascular Risk Factors Through Peer-Led Self-management Support Groups in Western Kenya
Sagamore Institute to honor AMPATH for their significant role in national and international health circles.
With the support of a second grant of more than $3 million from the National Institutes of Health, researchers from the Regenstrief Institute, Indiana University, Brown University, the University of Toronto, and Moi University in Eldoret, Kenya, are building upon their landmark study of Kenyan orphans and their environment.
Notre Dame professor, Marya Lieberman, earns Partners for Progress and Prosperity Award for leading the efforts of the Paper Analytical Device (PAD) Project, an initiative that created and provides paper-based chemical analysis tools for low-resource settings around the world.
Improving Access to Mental Health Care / Empowering Orphans and Vulnerable Children / Concert for Hope 2015 / Celebrity Visit to Eldoret
Animation for disclosure counselors / Purdue Innovations team / AMPATH programs featured in the news / Moi University Garissa student aid / Chicago Fire meets Eldoret Fire
P4P pilot a success / Hunger Banquet / Pettigrew receives award / AMPATH Oncology on NPR
Feasibility study of self-monitoring of blood glucose in resource-constrained setting of Western Kenya
AMPATH pilots World Food Programme 5-year pilot to improve food and income security.
Pangaea Global AIDS organizations creates an AMPATH case statement to showcase best practices in approaches to HIV service delivery in sub-Saharan Africa.