The UNES & UON Staff Sensitization on the Public Procurement and Asset Disposal (PPADA) Act, 2015 held Tuesday 27th March, 2018 at The Executive Boardroom, Kolobot Drive

The UNES Staff and Management were sensitized on the (PPADA Act, 2015) to lubricate the smooth running of the operation processes and to understand and fully apply the PPADA Act, 2015 with a focus on the customer service and delivery while taking into account emerging market trend and issues.

The Public Procurement has evolved from a crude system with no regulations to an orderly legally regulated procurement system. Prior to enactment of the Public Procurement and Asset Disposal Act, 2015 to give effect to Article 227 of the Constitution, public procurement was governed by various legislation, which included the Public Procurement and Disposal Act, 2005 and Regulations 2006, operational manuals and circulars.

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Inception meeting between Kenya Water Tower Agency, University of Nairobi (UON) & UNES held on Monday,12th March, 2018 at Executive Boardroom, Kolobot Drive

The Inception meeting was held 12th March, 2018 to deliberate on the provision of the Professional Consultancy Services on the development of Policy and Legal Framework for the Kenya Water Towers Agency Project. it was hosted by  University of Nairobi and UNES with representative from the Kenya Water Towers Agency. Read more

UNES Consultancy in partnership with the Heart Center Conducted ECHO for LIFE Training Programme to the Doctors from Different Hospitals held on 5th-9th March 2018 at the Executive Boardroom, Kolobot Drive Nairobi

UNES Consultancy in partnership with Heart Center conducted ECHO for LIFE Training Programme to the Doctors from different Hospitals across the Regions. Echocardiography is a non-invasive imaging techniques used in the diagnosis of diseases of cardiac structure and function. The technique is invaluable in the management of patients with heart disease, yet there are less than 20 well trained echo cardiographers in Kenya serving a population of over 45million. The purpose of the course is to increase the number of cardiographers in Kenya and efficiently improve the care of cardiac patients in the country.

The key topical areas covered were: Principle and physics of echocardiography, normal cardiac anatomy, and examination; M-Mode and 2-D echocardiography; Echo assessment systolic and diastolic function, basic and advanced haemodynamics; assessment of valvular and pericardial diseases; assessment of hypertensive/coronary heart disease and heart failure and finally the Echo data interpretation and report writing.

The Program was delivered through lucrative and enriching methodologies encompassing discussions, Lectures, presentations and Video demonstration.

The Training ran from 5th-9th March, 2018 at the Executive Boardroom, Kolobot Drive Nairobi.

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