Building Africa's Capacity for Healthier Families
20/12/2013 CAFS LAUNCHES THE TECHNICAL SUPPORT…
20/12/2013 CAFS HOSTS PACKARD SPONSORED YOUTHS…
09/10/2013 APPLICATIONS TO THE THIRD INTERNATIONAL…
CAFS launches its newest initiative, the Technical Support Unit (TSU) in Addis Ababa Ethiopia on 14th November 2013 at the African Union Conference Centre.
CAFS had the opportunity to host a number of youths to the 3rd International Conference on Family Planning that was held in Addis Ababa Ethiopia, from 12th - 15th November 2013.
The third International Conference on Family Planning will take place in Addis Ababa, Ethipia from 12th-15th November 2013.
Applications are hereby invited from candidates who fit the criteria listed below.
CAFS and RATN collaborative course on sexual reproductive health and HIV&AIDS integration.
The 3rd International Conference on Family Planning(ICFP III) Addis Ababa.
12-15 November 2013.
Applications are now re-opened to nationals of other countries except Kenya.
29/07/2013 CAFS TO TRAIN UN MISSION STAFF IN DRC
CAFS will be conducting a two week General Office Administration Training from 22nd July to 2nd August for Mission de l'Organisation des Nations Unies pour la Stabilisation en République Démocratique du Congo (MONUSCO), also known as the United Nations Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Centre for African Family Studies (CAFS) participated in the Regional AIDS Training Network’s (RATN) 12th General Council Meeting held from June 24th to 26th in Mombasa, Kenya.
CAFS Executive Director invited as the Guest Speaker at Plan International Region of Eastern and Southern Africa (RESA) Annual Resource Mobilization Network Meeting.
CAFS organized a highly successful training workshop: ‘What Works for Women and Girls in HIV/AIDS Programming,’ at Silver Springs Hotel, Nairobi from 22nd to 24th May 2013.
From 13th to 17th May 2013, CAFS sent a technical assistance team to work with the Administration and Programme staff members of the Imbuto Foundation, at their headquarters in Kigali Rwanda. This assignment was part of a David and Lucille Packard Foundation ‘CAP’ strengthening programme, aimed at intensifying youth and reproductive health programmes throughout the region.