Moi University is located in Eldoret, 300 km northwest of Nairobi, the Capital City of Kenya. It was established as the second university in Kenya in 1984. The University has a total of thirteen faculties, four directorates and two institutes. The total student population currently stands at 31,712, distributed as follows: Diploma 1,029, Undergraduate – 28,850, Masters – 1,577; Doctorates – 266 in programmes in various disciplines. Moi University is committed to providing quality education and services that meet the needs of its customers and stakeholders through relevant teaching, research and community service and partnership/collaboration. In this regard Moi University has partnered with three other institutions (York University, UBC and Kenyatta University) to broaden and facilitate access to higher education to refugee and local communities in Dadaab through the Borderless Higher Education for Refugees (BHER) initiative. Moi & UBC offer a two year Diploma in Teacher Education (DTE) for secondary school teachers (DTE-S) and an undergraduate degree in Community Health Education (B.Sc. CHEd). It is committed to providing quality work and learning environment grounded on intellectual and academic freedom, teamwork, quest for excellence, professionalism, discipline and continuous improvement of its products and services to achieve client/customer satisfaction.
Mrs. Isabella Mbai (KRCHN, DAN, MSc, PhD Candidate)
Isabella is a Senior Lecturer and the Dean of the School of Nursing, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya. She is a nurse, with a Masters in Health Education, and a Ph.D. Candidate in Community Health & Development. She is the institutional representative for the B.Sc. Community Health Education Program with oversight of all activities related to delivering this program within the BHER platform.
Mrs. Millie Obel (KRCHN, DAN, BScN, MPhil, PhD Candidate)
Millie is a Senior Lecturer and the Head of Department of Community Health Nursing, Education and Administration in the School of Nursing, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya. The BSc. Community Health Education program is housed in her department. She oversees the implementation of teaching of the B.Sc. CHEd courses under the BHER Project.
Grace Mbuthia (BScN, MPH)
Grace is a lecturer at the Department of Community Health Nursing at School of Nursing, Moi University. She is currently the B.Sc. CHEd Program Coordinator.
James Oguta (BSc N, CPA, MSc Student)
James is working as the Teaching Assistant for the B.Sc., CHEd Program offered by the Department of Community Health Nursing, Education and Administration in the School of Nursing, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya. He is also the BHER Project Administrator and Accountant for the CHEd Program.