- Thursday, 07 December 2017
Since its establishment Amoud College of Health Sciences has been striving to bridge the gap in teaching packages.
The institution has chosen a policy of partnership with health institution with good reputation to support the essential teaching packages. . The objective of the partnership is to promote sustainable health and development in Somaliland/Somalia since College of Health Science is one of the few institutions that gave Somali citizens a hope of regaining health professionals in their home country. Amoud always believes a kind of mutual cooperation that bring about a tangible result and long term impact overall Somaliland health status. Partners and collaborators are:
Tropical Health Education Trust (THET) based in London sponsored Kings College Teaching Hospital of London supports our internship program, provide educational material and has developed our clinical skill lab
Kings College Teaching Hospital of London
sends lecturers to fill the gaps we have in the delivery of our curriculum
helps us in the curriculum review and development
act as external examiners for the final comprehensive exam
Kijaabe Hospital of Nairobi;
Sends lecturers who help us in the bed-side teaching
Participate our internship programs by upgrading the skills of the interns
Provide health services to our communities
SOMDEV an international NGO based at Great Britain
Provides us lecturers who stay with us for a period of two years.
Supports the postgraduate study of Family Medicine which was started the academic year of 2012-2013.
Provides teaching material
Training and refreshment courses for the teaching staff.
We are looking for other partners who can help us in the postgraduate studies and can provide us postgraduate posts for our new graduates who will be the future lecturers of the Amoud College of Health Sciences.
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