The Academic Model Providing Access to Health Care (AMPATH) is a program under the auspices of Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH) and Moi University whose aim is to provide sustainable efforts in access to health care.
AMPATHPlus supports the Ministry of Health in eight (8) counties in western Kenya region, with a catchment population of an estimated 3.5 million people.
Reporting to the Chief Information Officer, applications are invited for the following vacant positions in the AMPATH program.
Competition Authority of Kenya and Financial Sector Deepening (FSD) Kenya
Competition Enquiry into USSD Service Provision in Kenya Leveraging the extensive mobile network coverage makes mobile phones an attractive channel for delivering low cost financial services.
This is both through the direct provision of mobile financial services to consumers and the provision of channels such as unstructured supplementary service data (USSD) that can be used to support financial services provision.
One of the potentially key aspects of effective competition in mobile financial services is thus access to these channels.
Design, Development and Implementation of Construction Information System
Tender No: NCA/T/05/2014-2015
National Construction Authority is a state corporation established under the National Construction Authority Act No.41 of 2011 to oversee the construction industry and coordinate its development.
The Authority wishes to implement an integrated Web Based Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Identification System (IS) that will enable it execute its mandate as espoused in the NCA Act and Regulations.
An invitation to be part of Kenya's largest Independent Power Producer
Vacancy: Cool Plant Chief Financial Officer
Background: A consortium consisting of Gulf Energy Limited and Centum Investment Company Limited has been awarded by the Government of Kenya ‘CoK’ the right to develop and operate a 1,050 MW, 3 x 350, gross, pulverized coal supercritical platform, coal fired power plant.
The Project is to be set up at Manda Bay, Lamu County, Kenya. The operating life of the Project is 25 years post construction.
The Lamu Coal power plant is the anchor project of the Ministry of Energy and Petroleum’s (MoEP’s) 5000 MW plan.