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ALUMNI WEBINAR #5 - Corona in Kenya: interventions, challenges, lessons learnt and the way forward

With Anne Muendi Musuva from the Population Sevices of Kenya.

03 Jun 202014:00 - 15:00

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Kenya continues to battle the COVID-19 pandemic with cases steadily rising each day. On May 25, Kenya counts 1214 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 51 deceased persons. Kenya as of May 10 was the fourth most impacted country in the East / Horn of Africa region only behind Djibouti, Sudan and Somalia. What is the current situation of the spread of COVID-19 in Kenya? Which type of interventions have been implemented? Which are the main challenges the country is facing in the fight against COVID-19? What has worked well/successes and what didn’t? Which way forward?

These questions will be discussed by ITM alumna Dr Anne Muendi Musuva (MPH 2012 and EV 2014) and involved in the Corona-outbreak in Kenya as a member of the COVID-19 national task force representing the Kenya HealthCare Federation.

Register via Zoom.


In the webinar series, ITM alumni present their impressions on the current situation of the COVID-19 outbreak in their country and/or in specific health-related fields (e.g. maternal health), and highlight how they are engaged in this global fight against the pandemic. The main aim of this webinar series is to share experiences, expertise and good practices within the ITM community of alumni, students, staff, partner institutions and global health community. 


  • Dr Anne Muendi Musuva, Chief Operating Office of the Population Services of Kenya


  • Prof Dr Bruno Marchal, Head of the Unit of Health Systems, ITM