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Dan Kaseje
Dan Kaseje


Professor of Public Health and Vice Chancellor at Great Lakes University of Kisumu, Kenya.

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Created: 20th May 2008
Modified: 20th May 2008
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Great Lakes University
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Dan Kaseje
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Gender: male
Place of Origin: Kenya
Dan Kaseje received his MBChB and M/Med in Community Health from the University of Nairobi Medical School, his MPH in Tropical Public Health from Harvard School of Public Health, and his PhD in Tropical Medicine from the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene in 1988. He is currently the vice chancellor at Great Lakes University of Kisumu. Prior to this position, he served as director of the Tropical Institute of Community Health and Development (TICH), executive director of the Christian Health Association of Kenya and general secretary of Afri-CAN. He also previously worked as general director for Community Initiatives Support Services International, acting director for the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent SocietiesÂ’ Department of Community Health and Social Welfare Head and Director of the World Council of ChurchesÂ’ Christian Medical Commission.

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Professor of Public Health and Vice Chancellor at Great Lakes University of Kisumu, Kenya.

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