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Note: Click on the category description to download the tender documents:
|S/N||CATEGORY NUMBER||CATEGORY NAME||
|22.||Kafuco/EST/01/16-17||Proposed Construction of Tuition Block and Associated Works||2% Of Tender Sum||Open|
|23||Kafuco/EST 02/16-17||Supply delivery installation testing and commissioning of sanitary fittings, plumbing drainage and portable firefighting equipment||2% Of Tender Sum||Open|
|24.||Kafuco/EST/03/16-17||Installation of electrical works||2% Of Tender Sum||Open|
|25.||Kafuco/Adm/04/2016-2018||Provision of Insurance Services||2% Of Tender Sum||Open|
|26.||Kafuco/Sec/05/2016-2018||Provision of Security Services||2% Of Tender Sum||Open|
|27.||Kafuco/Trans/06/2016-2018||Supply and Delivery of Motor Vehicles||2% Of Tender Sum||Open|
Detailed tender documents may be obtained from Procurement Office during normal working hours upon payment of non-refundable fee of Kshs. 1000/= (Kenya Shillings One Thousand) only, payable at KCB Mbale A/C No. 1164385291 OR downloaded FREE of charge from the University website: www.kafuco.ac.ke or IFMIS supplier’s portal.
The Special Group comprises of Youths, Women and People with Disability who are fully registered with the National Treasury (Directorate of Procurement).
Duly completed bid documents in plain sealed envelopes, clearly marked with category number and category description bearing no other mark, name or indication of the applicant shall be send to;
Kaimosi Friends University College
P. O. BOX 385-50309
Or dropped in the tender Box outside the Principals Office at Kaimosi and not any other place, box, office or campus, so as to reach the University not later than 1200 hours on Wednesday 2nd November 2016. Opening of the bid documents will be done immediately thereafter in the presence of applicants or their representatives who choose to attend.
KUSA SECRETARIATE SPREADS TO KAFUCO
On 5th August 2016 a new dispensation was captured in Kenya Universities Sports Association when the Games Tutor for KAFUCO, Mr. Sandagi Joseph Kidake was elected unopposed as the association's General Secretary.
It is anticipated that the great dawn will see him use his position to elevate KAFUCO sports fraternity and the entire University status to a great height.
Congratulations to Mr Sandagi and the KAFUCO family wishes you God's blessings and wisdom in your four year tenure.
Registered S Clinical Officer
Diploma, Clinical Medicine and Surgery
BSc Environmental Health
University Health Centre Services (UHCS)
The KAFUCO Health Services started in September, 2014 as an outpatient clinic for students, staff and their dependants.
University health staffs are always on duty to help you whether it’s time for routine regular check up, for questions relating to your health or you are feeling unwell. We are committed to providing professional, friendly medical services to our clients.
In-patient services are offered to university Staff and their dependent(s) upon referral to university appointed Hospital by the clinician on duty (Medical Officer or Clinical Officer). Staff admission into these facilities is determined by the Terms and Conditions of Service for various cadres.
In- patient services offered to KAFUCO students upon referral by a clinician are supposed to be paid by their parents or guardian hence the need for all students to enroll and register with NHIF or get a copy of NHIF contribution certificate from their sponsors.
The University College health care system is mainly funded by the government. This has played a major role towards achieving the vision, mission and set objectives for the department.
It’s important to note that KAFUCO health staffs have continued working together and supporting each other as a team towards achieving the departmental goals. This culture has ensured professional coordination and accountability in all sections in the department (Records, Clinical, Nursing, laboratory* and Pharmacy).
ALL of our health care services offered are strictly CONFIDENTIAL
Vision, Mission & Core Values
- To be the excellent quality health services provider for students, staff and their dependents.
- To be the most preferred health care services provider, maintaining highest health care standards to clients by providing quality health care that is internationally recognized.
The vision and mission can be realized by nurturing the following shared values by the UHS:
- Professionalism and ethics
- Respect for human dignity and rights
- Truthfulness, honesty and integrity
- Diligence and competence
- Efficiency and effectiveness
- Accountability and transparency
- Team work
- To provide equitable and quality health care to bona fide members
- To develop dynamic leadership and managerial skills
- To enhance organizational culture of participation, ownership and purposefulness
- To effectively utilize and manage health related resources
- To establish, strengthen and sustain policy on HIV/AIDS and VCT services
- To expand and modernize physical facilities and services- digitalization
- Our esteemed clients are divided into two main groups
- University students
- University staff and their dependents
- Suppliers of medicines, surgical items, laboratory items and medical equipment
- University appointed medical specialist (physician, Gynecologist, Pediatrician, Surgeon, Dentist etc) and Hospitals.
- The general public.
Our partners and stakeholders include:
- Government of Kenya - National and County Government.
- Ministry of medical services - National and County.
- Vihiga county referral Hospital
- Kakamega county referral Hospital
- Kapsabet County referral Hospital
- University Appointed Private Hospitals and specialist
- National Hospital Insurance Fund - NHIF
- National AIDS Control Council – University AIDS Control Unit(UACU)
- National AIDS and STI Control Program – UACU
- University non contributory medical scheme
The Senate has approved examination results for 2015/2016 Academic year. All students are required to examine and take note of the courses where they failed. Students will not be allowed to proceed to the next year of study if they failed more than 25 percent of courses taken.
Supplementary exams for failed courses will be taken when end of semester exams for the succesive cohort are offered in the respective courses.
Transcripts for those who passed all courses will be available in the Academic Affairs Office as from Tuesday, 4th September 2016. A schedule to guide how student groups may pick their transcripts will be available on notice boards on Monday, 3rd October 2016.
Assistant Registrar (Academic Affairs)
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