Kenya Public Health ECHO

About Kenya Public Health ECHO

The Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, the Indiana University - Indianapolis Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health, and other partners including NCI-Kenya, are collaborating to advance healthcare and public health outcomes through the Project ECHO model. 

This exciting collaborative program welcomes students and professionals across different disciplines interested in a variety of public and population health domains. Inaugural sessions include topics related to cancer care and control.

What is Project ECHO?

Project ECHO's revolutionary model provides training and mentorship to transform and sustain health systems where every person has fast access to the highest quality of health care and services to support health and wellness in The ECHO Model Graphicpatients' home communities.

Four principles of the ECHO model:

  1. Use technology to leverage scarce resources.
  2. Share best practices to reduce disparities.
  3. Apply case-based learning to master complexity.
  4. Evaluate and monitor outcomes.

Join our Demo Sessions

All our sessions will take place virtually via Zoom. 

Session 1 - An Introduction to ECHO with JKUAT and IU FSPH

Register for Session 1

Session 2 - Unveiling ECHO | Challenges and Opportunities of HPV Diagnosis in Kenya

Register for Session 2

Session 3 - Unveiling ECHO | Introduction to Cancer Precision Medicine

Register for Session 3


For any questions, contact Andrea Janota, Director of the IU Indianapolis ECHO Center: 

“This collaboration aims to facilitate staff and student exchanges, establishing a knowledge hub, and reinforcing existing networks.”

Sherri Bucher, PhD, MA, BA