A 5 minute impression of the student contribution to the Care4Kenya project of the Hanze Centre for Development Cooperation.
With the fundraising Care4Kenya ‘Care4Kenya – building health care education’ the Centre helps build a sustainable campus for vocational health care study programmes in Mtwapa, Kenya. Mtwapa is 15 kilometres north of Mombasa. The aim of the project is to set up a vocational training institute for health care study programmes near Kenya’s second largest city, Mombassa, called the North Coast Medical Training College. The land has been bought, the programme has been accredited and arrangements have been made to accommodate the first group of students. However, we are still aiming for a campus with a training institute and a clinic where students can do their work placements and receive a professional coaching.In September 2012 the first 50 students ‘Clinical Officers’ started their studies. Now it is time to start with the second phase of the project: continuing to build a campus with a school, accommodation for students and a clinic where students can do their work placements. The framework of the school is up and the school is waiting for further funds to be finished. The next step is building the clinic and the accommodation for students and visiting lecturers.In the anniversary year Hanze UAS will continue to build the campus in Kenya..
|Client||Hanze University Foundation|
|Length||5 minute documentary|
|Crew||Marcel Siegmund (producer/Director), Maarten Schellekens & Arjen de Witt (Camera), Kees van Gool (sound), Toon Plasman (music), Carolien van Maaswaal (graphics), Iekje Smit (Production)|
|Editorial committee||Linda Maat (Hanze Centre for Development Cooperation), Iekje Smit (GH Consortium), Marcel Siegmund (Siegmund Audiovisuele Produkties)|
|With the support of||Hanze University Foundation, Expertise Centre Healthy Aging, School of Communication, Media & IT.|