Primary Care and Family Medicine Network for sub-Saharan Africa

Date
January 2008 to December 2030
Category
Keywords
family medicine
higher education
capacity building
trainings
primary health care
Institutions
University of Botswana (Botswana)
Protestant University in Congo (Congo-Kinshasa)
University of Swaziland (Eswatini)
University of Addis Ababa (Ethiopia)
University of Ghana (Ghana)
University of Maseno (Kenya)
University of Kabarak (Kenya)
University of Aga Khan (Kenya)
Moi University (Kenya)
Kenyatta University (Kenya)
National University of Lesotho (Lesotho)
University of Malawi (Malawi)
University of Bamako (Mali)
Universidade Eduardo Mondlane (Mozambique)
University of Namibia (Namibia)
University of Calabar (Nigeria)
University of Lagos (Nigeria)
National University of Rwanda (Rwanda)
University of Cape Town (South Africa)
Stellenbosch University (South Africa)
University of the Free State (South Africa)
University of Witwatersrand (South Africa)
University of Pretoria (South Africa)
Sefako Makgatho University (South Africa)
University of Limpopo (South Africa)
University of KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa)
Walter Sisulu University (South Africa)
Ahfad University for Women (Sudan)
University of Gezira (Sudan)
Aga Khan University (Tanzania)
University of Lome (Togo)
Makerere University (Uganda)
Mbarara University of Science and Technology (Uganda)
University of Zambia (Zambia)
College of Primary Care Physicians of Zimbabwe (Zimbabwe)
National University of Science and Technology (Zimbabwe)
University of Zimbabwe (Zimbabwe)
University of Sierra Leone Teaching Hospitals Complex (Sierra Leone)
Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Joseph-Raseta Befelatanana Antananarivo (Madagascar)
University of Thies (Senegal)
Research fields
Medicine and Health Sciences

PRIMAFAMED is an international institutional network that aims to develop and strengthen family medicine higher education and training through capacity building, curricula enhancement and academic research development. Due attention is paid to inter-professional training and training of other professionals in primary health care, such as nurses, mid-level care workers and community health workers. The network pursues a strategy of South-South-North cooperation.