CHSS Program Partners
The Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies
Johnson & Johnson is the world’s most comprehensive and broadly based manufacturer of health care products, as well as a provider of related services, for the consumer, pharmaceutical, and medical devices and diagnostics markets. Over 114,000 employees at more than 250 Johnson & Johnson companies work with partners in health care to touch the lives of more than a billion people every day throughout the world. For more information, visit www.jnj.com. Johnson & Johnson’s giving is inspired by Our Credo responsibility to the communities in which we live and work. Our philanthropic efforts support partnership programmes that contribute to life changing, long-term differences in human health.
Global Business School Network (GBSN)
The Global Business School Network is a non-profit organisation that partners with business schools, industry, foundations and aid agencies to improve access to quality, locally relevant management education for the developing world. With a growing network of over 70 business schools on 6 continents, GBSN fosters cross-border networking, knowledge sharing and collaboration both within network membership and with the broader business education and development communities. GBSN’s international events, programmes and thought leadership foster, demonstrate and advocate for management education as a critical component of economic and social development efforts.
Amref Health Africa
Amref Health Africa’s mission is to improve health and healthcare in Africa. We aim to ensure that every African can enjoy the right to good health by helping to create vibrant networks of informed and empowered communities and health care providers working together in strong health systems. Our extensive experience in development of human resources for health targets a diverse range of health professionals, from primary health care workers to field surgeons. Amref Health Africa has a strong regional presence and close working relationships with communities, governments, key development agencies, academic institutions, and the private sector, with a current funding base of over $80m annually.
Division of Community Health Services, Ministry of Health Kenya
Division of Community Health Services (DCHS), now known as the Community Health Services Unit.