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world Health Day 2018



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University Of Nairobi Main campus
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The University Health Services (UHS) will mark the
 International Condom Day on
14th February 2018 .


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Upper stateHouse Road unit outside hall nine(9).
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Main campus, along University way
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The National AIDS Control Council in collaboration with the University of Nairobi celebrated the 2017 world Aids Day. The theme for this year was “Step Up for HIV Prevention: Youth Na Plan,”



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CHANCELLORS COURT MAIN CAMPUS
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CHANCELLORS COURT MAIN CAMPUS
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The University of Nairobi will on Thursday December 1, 2016 join the rest of the world in celebrating World AIDS Day whose theme this year is ' HANDS UP FOR HIV PREVENTION - Lets Engage, Prevent & Celebrate'



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Kenya Science Campus, Nairobi
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University Health Services (UHS) today Thursday19th October held a Sensitization workshop for members of the Construction and Maintenance Department. The one day training was on HIV/AIDS, Alcohol &Drug Abuse Prevention.



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Kenya Science Campus, Nairobi
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Staff members from University Health Services (UHS) have undergone one day training on how to use University Health Management Information System (UHMIS). This is an in-house developed health automated system intended to be used by physicians, nurses and pharmacists.



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ICTC Corporate Lab
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The University of Nairobi invites you to the International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking 2016.

Date: June 24, 2016

Venue: College of Education and External Studies (Kikuyu Campus)

Time: 9.00 am – 5.00 pm



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Kikuyu Campus
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“Plain packaging reduces the attractiveness of tobacco products. It kills the glamour, which is appropriate for a product that kills people,” - WHO Director-General Dr Margaret Chan.



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Geneva
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The University of Nairobi will on December 1, 2015 join the rest of the world in commemorating World AIDS Day. The celebrations will be held at the Lower Kabete Campus along Lower Kabete Road and hosted by University Health Service. There will be speeches, entertainment, counseling and testing for HIV, screening for cervical and prostate cancer among other activities.



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Lower Kabete Campus
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The Ministry of Health has released Kenya’s first-ever oral health survey report 2015, on dental health issues affecting the population. This survey was conducted in conjunction with The University of Nairobi School of Dental Sciences and the Wrigley Company (EA)



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Lower Kabete Campus
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Lets Develop --Our Lives -- Our Communities -- Our Identities -- Without Drugs

University of Nairobi will on June 26, 2015 join the rest of the world in celebrating the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking.

The theme for this year's celebration is 'Let us develop - Our Lives - Our Communities - Our Identities - Without Drugs.



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University of Nairobi, Kenya
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World Sickle Cell Day was established by the United Nations General Assembly in 2008 in order to increase the awareness about the sickle cell disease and its cure among the common public. It was celebrated first time on 19th of June in 2009.

The theme for this year's event is 'Know Your Status'



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Nairobi, Kenya
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World Blood Donor Day 2015

The theme of this year’s campaign is "Thank you for saving my life".

It focuses on thanking blood donors who save lives every day through their blood donations and strongly encourages more people all over the world to donate blood voluntarily and regularly with the slogan “Give freely, give often. Blood donation matters.”



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Nairobi, Kenya
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Treating children infected with HIV usually means getting them to take bad tasting life-saving medicine.

This could soon change after regulators in the US approved anti-retroviral drugs in the form of tiny pellets that can be added to food.



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Nairobi, Kenya
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