Neurology Kenya



The East African Development Bank (EADB) was established in 1967 with the remit to provide financial and other support to its member countries, which currently are Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and Uganda.  Burundi has applied to become a member state.   It was re-established under its own charter in 1980 after the break-up of the East African Co-operation in 1977. The new charter opened up the Bank to a wider membership and allowed for the introduction of consulting and advisory services.

The EADB’s loan portfolio is spread widely, but more than 60% of its lending is to projects in health and education, hotels and tourism, construction and building, electricity and water, and agriculture, all of which are central to the current and future prosperity of the region and its people. EADB’s lending footprint can be seen all over the region from hotels like the five-star Sultan Sands Island Resort in Zanzibar and the Outspan Hotel in Nyeri, Kenya, part of the Aberdare Safari Hotels group.

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The British Council is the United Kingdom’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities.  Its purpose is to build engagement and trust for the UK through the exchange of knowledge and ideas between people worldwide.  It seeks to achieve its aims by working in education, science, sport, governance, English and the arts.  

The British Council works in more than 100 countries around the world and employs over 8,000 staff worldwide.  It has its headquarters in the UK, with offices in London, Manchester, Belfast, Cardiff and Edinburgh. 
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The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) was formally founded in 1518 and is the oldest continuously active professional standards organisation in the world. The RCP has supported and represented physicians for nearly 500 years. The roots of the RCP stretch back to Henry VIII but today the 32,000 members work in the fast-paced, ever-changing, highly technological world of medicine in the UK and across the globe.

In addition to supporting physicians in their daily practice, the RCP takes a wide role in public health with activities including campaigning for change, advising government and parliament and taking part in national and international debates on medical, clinical and public health issues. 

The RCP international office works with hospitals, ministries of health and professional health bodies around the world to drive institutional capacity building and health system strengthening. Activity includes delivering clinical skills courses, education faculty development, developing clinical guidelines and quality standards, running clinical audits. 



  • The East African Development Bank (EADB)
  • The British Council - Delivery Partner
  • The Royal College of Physicians - Technical Partne