KeMU

Kenya Methodist University - ADHL Node

About Node

The African Digital Health Library (ADHL), Kenya node, makes available health-related content ranging from theses, dissertations and research articles from the School of Medicine, Kenya Methodist University.

Kenya Methodist University – ADHL node core purpose of is to provide a dynamic and robust environment for scholarly communication, information sharing, as well as creating visibility and usage of the university research findings nationally and internationally with the aid of open source automated file management system and copyleft license.

The African Digital Health Library (ADHL) project currently operates in 5 Sub Saharan African Countries and is supported by the medical librarians. It is a collaborative effort among medical librarians at major universities in sub-Saharan Africa Kenya, Mali, Nigeria, Zambia and Zimbabwe and is funded by the Office of Global AIDS/US Department of State and the U.S. National Library of Medicine / National Institutes of Health. The Kenyan node is managed through the Kenya Methodist University Library and The University of Nairobi.

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Lead Project Team

Faith_Mwiti

Faith Mwiti

Principal Investigator & Project Coordinator

Faith is the Digital Repository Manager at Kenya Methodist University. She has a Master of Library and Information Science graduate and strong advocate of open access in the University. She has won several grants to support open access events. Faith has outstanding ability in teaching and coaching students in knowledge discovery process.

Additional Project Team