SoPH Staff at the Forefront of COVID19 Fight

SoPH Staff at the Forefront of COVID19 Fight
As the Corona Virus (COVID-19) was declared a public health emergency, members of the public health community in Kenya and other parts of the world stepped up to offer the wealth of experience and expertise in areas related to mitigating the impact of the pandemic. Dr. Susan Mambo, the current ... Continue reading →

SoPH Staff Secures United Nations Research Grant

SoPH Staff Secures United Nations Research Grant
Dr. Nzioki J. Mativo, a lecturer at the school of Public health in JKUAT Main campus and a member of Amnesty International-Kenya Chapter has won a United Nations research grant. The grant aims at reviewing the status of domestication of the human rights to water and sanitation, and measures to ... Continue reading →

Water Treatment Sessions

Water Treatment Sessions
Treatment of water differs from community to community depending on the volumes of water accessing the treatment plant. Water runoff from the surface will more often than not require more filtration, and subsequent treatment because of the debris as opposed to ground water. Due to the ... Continue reading →

An Exercise in Building Sanitation

An Exercise in Building Sanitation
With the global COVID19 pandemic, measures that help to preserve healthy environments and help slow the spread of viruses are important. One of the things that is useful in preserving health environments is ventilation. When considering building sanitation, good ventilation is one thing that ... Continue reading →