1st Forensic Anthropology and Identification of Humans Course
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Date and time: 
Mon, 2013-07-29 19:53
Location / Venue: 

NSSC, Human Anatomy, University of Nairobi

Participants through a session at the Nairobi Surgical Skills Center, Human Anatomy, UON

The 1st Forensic Anthropology and Identification of Humans Course organized by the Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team (EAAF) in conjunction with the Ministry of Health was officially opened today (29/07/2013), by Dr. Irungu, a representative of The Director of Medical Services at Nairobi Surgical Skills Centre. The opening ceremony was graced by the in charge of affairs at the Argentinean Embassy, Mr. Fernando Rolandelli. Also present was Mrs Leila Castillo form ICRC and Prof Hassan from UON, Department of Anatomy.

Dr. Irungu Who represented the Director of Medical Services during the ceremony

The training is a week long, whose main objective is to impart skills to all stakeholders on scientific recovery, analysis and identification of human remains in the medico-legal context.

Facilitatator takes participants through a session during the training

The course has attracted delegates from different departments which include: pathologists within the MOH, Government chemist, Independent Medical legal Unit, Attorney General’s office, a representative from the CID head quarters and University of Nairobi. 

Expiry Date: 
Mon, 2013-07-29 19:53