Ivory Coast Delegation Visit to Aga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi
December 6, 2013
Dr Farrok Karsan, Section Head, Cancer Programme at Aga Khan University Hospital explains radiation therapy to a delegation from Ivory Coast that was led by Her Excellency Dr Raymonde Goudou Coffie, Minister of Health, during a tour of the hospital’s Heart and Cancer Centre. HE Dr Coffie commended the University Hospital for their investment in the Heart and Cancer Centre, a facility that offers international standard treatment for the full spectrum of heart and cancer conditions combined with specialty medical education and research to Kenya and the region.
Her Excellency Dr Raymonde Goudou Coffie, Minister of Health, Ivory Coast receives an Aga Khan University pin from Salim Hasham, Vice President, Health Services at Aga Khan University during an official visit to discuss collaboration strategies between the Ivorian Ministry of Health and the Aga Khan University.
Her Excellency Dr Raymonde Goudou Coffie, Minister of Health, Ivory Coast (fourth from left) signs the Heart and Cancer guest book during an official visit to discuss collaboration strategies between the Ministry and the Aga Khan University. The delegation included (from her right) Professor William Djibo, Chief Executive Officer Pisam Hospital and Dr Kouadio Koukou, Doctor in Chief, Pisam Hospital also in the delegation was Dr Mamadou Kone, Deputy Chief of Cabinet, Ministry of Health (not in the picture). They were accompanied by Mr Aziz Bhaloo, Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) Representative in Kenya (not in the picture), Mr Ferid Nandjie AKDN Representative, West Africa (third right). Aga Khan University was represented by (from the Ministers left) Mr Salim Hasham, Vice President, Health Services, Ms Asmita Gillani, Chief Executive Officer of the Hospital, Dr Robert Armstrong, Founding Dean, Medical College, Aga Khan University in East Africa and (far left) Dr Yasmin Amarsi, Founding Dean, School of Nursing and Midwifery.