Kenya Documentary: Partnerships and Clinical Innovation in Kibera
May 13, 2010
Kibera is a community in Nairobi, Kenya. It is the second largest urban slum in Africa and has approximately 700,000 residents.
Part of our Kenya documentary provides a glimpse into the living conditions in Kibera, and highlights the collaborative efforts of Kenyans, Duke University, University of North Carolina and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
To get a better understanding of circumstances in Kibera, read Steven Phillips, M.D. post from the field, The Nairobi Slums: a Crucible for Metrics Studies?
To get more information on the challenges for improving measurement of health impact, read the CSIS Smart Global Health Policy Report. “Using Measurement to Drive Results: The Case for a New Strategic Measurement Framework.”
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