In a colorful ceremony led by the KUTRRH CEO Ahmed Dagane and a delegation from Mount Kenya University (MKU) led by the Vice Chancellor Prof. Deogratius Jaganyi saw the signing of the MOU.

This means that the MKU medical students will have access to the training facilities at KUTRRH, with 42 students from the university already placed in clinical attachments.

Beyond training & health education, this MOU fosters collaboration in medical research and community health initiatives. By combining our strengths, we are committed to advancing healthcare services and contributing to the well-being of our community.

KUTRRH and MKU will work towards enhancing medical research capabilities, improving healthcare education and training, promoting innovative healthcare solutions, and strengthening community health programs.

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