At Zahanati Ventures, we provide a reliable, innovative and educative training experience to medical workers and students that combines learning and adventure. A lot of short-term training packages exist out there. However, most medical workers and students don’t know where to get affordable, credible and good quality short-term training in various health disciplines that combines travel and learning especially in Africa. Our training packages are tailor-made to reach medical workers and students seeking to learn, gain practical experience as well as travel within Africa.
Packages include a short-term training in tropical medicine with both practical clinical and laboratory experience, a global health training through joining or carrying out a global health project and national training programs for licensed health workers in practical skills for sexual and reproductive health. Our core values include cross-culture, professionalism, innovation, integrity and fun.
As part of our corporate social responsibility, we at Zahanati ventures support various advocacy campaigns such as ethics in medical volunteerism, open access and medical peace work. In the near future, we will begin co-hosting free online courses to reach medical workers and students within and outside Africa. Stay tuned!
- Our vision is to be the first and best choice for medical workers and students who seek learning and adventure in Africa.
- To offer medical workers a reliable, innovative and educative African experience through integrity and expertise.
- To offer quality short-term training in Tropical Medicine, Global Health, Sexual & Reproductive Health and other related topics.
- To support various advocacy campaigns in Ethics in Medical Volunteerism, Open access and Medical Peace work.
- To anticipate, satisfy and exceed the expectations of our clients and partners.
Dr. Daniel MutongaCo-founder & C.E.O
Dr. Hellen BarsosioDr. Hellen Barsosio
Dr. Nelson FundiDirector- Operations
Dr. Valentine BosiboriDr. Valentine Bosibori
Mr. Jackson MutongaMr. Jackson Mutonga
Mr. Eliud NgugiEliud Ngugi
Dr. Daniel Mutonga
Dr. Daniel Mutonga is a Master of Science student in Tropical and Infectious Diseases at the University of Nairobi, Kenya. He graduated with Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBChB) and Bachelor of Science (BSc.) in Medical Physiology from the same university. He is attached with the Ministry of Health and stationed at Mathari National Teaching and Referral Hospital, Nairobi, Kenya. He has had extensive experience in both clinical and basic science research, and also enjoys leadership and project management. His future goals include Surgery and finding methods to offer affordable medical care in Sub-Saharan Africa, especially for vulnerable populations such as orphans, mentally ill and patients living with HIV/AIDS. He enjoys watching movies and plays, traveling and playing drums. Daniel is currently involved in Open Access initiatives in Kenya. He also serves as the Secretary of the Association of Physicians and Medical Workers for Social Responsibility, an affiliate of the International Physicians for Prevention of Nuclear War.
Dr. Hellen Barsosio
Dr. Nelson Fundi
Dr. Nelso Fundi is a medical doctor involved in primary health care, with an interest in the sub population of women, children and adolescents, and keen on forming international networks that can be leveraged to improve healthcare.
Dr. Valentine Bosibori
Mr. Jackson Mutonga
Mr. Eliud Ngugi