Kenya Lab Strengthening
Our partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides assistance in Western Kenya to enhance the capacity of the laboratories and provide clinical support for HIV/AIDS and TB prevention, care, and treatment programs.
GIS supports many labs throughout the region and 8 have recently been recognized as being ISO 15189 accredited.by demonstrating competence through examination procedures by a third party, a very important achievement.
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Global Implementation Solutions:
Strengthening Healthcare Systems Worldwide
Global Implementation Solutions (GIS) is a Chicago-based non-profit organization, 501(c) 3, incorporated in May 2009. GIS is organized and operated exclusively for charitable, scientific, and educational purposes, and more specifically, to provide support that improves healthcare systems in resource limited countries. GIS seeks to advance, improve and promote the health and well-being of others worldwide. GIS is poised to provide international partners with project management and implementation solutions to help develop sustainable programs. We are dedicated to developing human resource capacity within Kenya by hiring local staff, consultants and health experts to implement our programs.
GIS‘ primary programs are implemented out of our office in Kisumu, Kenya. The program focuses on laboratory capacity strengthening throughout nine counties in Western Kenya.
GIS also implements One Health projects and biosecurity-aimed programs throughout Sub-Saharan and North Africa.
Our mission is to provide customized sustainable solutions that support the strengthening of healthcare systems worldwide. Our vision is that our efforts and contributions will make a positive impact on healthcare systems in the global community.
Recently from our Blog
In November 2016, Global Implementation Solutions (GIS) hosted a three-day strategic planning meeting for all staff members to be held at Lake Bogoria Spa and Resort in Lake Bogoria, Kenya. This was the first time that some people would put a face to the names and voices they have heard over the mtandao (network).read more