Author - Lawrence Tebandeke

LDHF Students introduced to the HEPI-TUITAH Learning Management System

In order to deliver the LDHF (Low Dose High Frequency) curriculum in the 3 partner institutions ( MUST, BSU, and Lira University), HEPI-TUITAH developed an LMS platform that will support this learning process. More than 300 students were trained in the August and September from Lira university, Bishop Stuart University and MUST is yet to train more than 200 students on how to use the platform to enroll on courses, access electronic learning materials, submit assignments, do quizzes and [...]

E-Learning capacity building training at Lira University

HEPI-TUITAH conducted a 3-day e-learning capacity building training for the instructors at Lira University. Participants were introduced to the basics of e-learning and later a handson training that introduced them to the HEPI-TUITAH, Moodle based Learning Management platform that will be used to deliver the ‘Low Dose High Frequency’ curriculum in the 3 partner institutions (Mbarara University of Science and Technology, Lira University and Bishop Stuart University). The event was officially opened on 3rd July 2019 by the Lira [...]

E-learning capacity building training at BSU

In order to build capacity in e-learning and e-content delivery for the instructors, HEPI-TUITAH conducted a two day training at Bishop Stuart University. 20 university teaching staff from the departments of Nursing and Public Health were trained on how to use the HEPI-TUITAH Learning Management System to deliver content, track students’ progress, assess students etc. HEPI-TUITAH introduced a Moodle based Learning Management System which will facilitate the delivery of the new ‘Low Dose High Frequency’ model curriculum in the [...]

Bishop Stuart University Conducts Training for Primary Health Service Providers

The training was in line with the fulfillment of AIM 2 of the project and its overall goal was “enhance the capacity of Primary Health Care providers to deliver comprehensive HIV service delivery and strengthen bidirectional linkages between health facilities and communities in rural Uganda” A total number of 20 trainees who included Primary Health Care (PHC) providers,  VHTs and peer mothers were selected from 5 health facilities of Kinoni HCIV, Ndeija HCIII, Biharwe HCIII, Bugamba HCIV and Bwizibwera HCIV [...]