In living up to our mission “Service to society through developing virtuous leaders by providing world-class executive management education in a local setting”, in partnership with organizations through grants we offer appropriate training, coaching, and mentoring, and opportunity to conduct research aimed at developing and bridging identified gaps and leaving a huge impact.
Kenya Small Business Development Centers
The Kenya Small Business Development Centers is a USAID program being implemented by Strathmore University Business School with a mandate to champion both public and private-sector-led development to enable SMEs participate fully in the economy and create jobs. This will be achieved through the establishment of an accredited network of Kenyan Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) Development Centers that will be supported by the National and County Governments, Private Sector; Institutions of Higher Learning, Business Associations and other Not-For-Profit Organizations.
Pathways for Innovation in Blood Transfusion Systems (PITS) – Kenya
Pathways for Innovation in Blood Transfusion Systems (PITS) is about achieving a comprehensive understanding of ground-level deficits in the continuum of banked blood transfusion in order to identify consensus solutions that can be tested in a follow-on study. The goal is to understand the stakeholder’s experience for safe blood for transfusion in Kenya.
This study seeks to identify deficits in the blood supply in Turkana, Nakuru, and Siaya for different types of patients using the mobile phone technology which offers an accessible means of digitizing paper records.
Sisters’ Blended Value Project
Strathmore University Business School (SBS) in partnership with the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation will work with various Catholic sisters’ congregations from the Association of Consecrated Women in Eastern and Central Africa (ACWECA), who in their role as trusted servant leaders in communities are critical in supporting the most vulnerable groups in our societies.
The broad areas of focus will include Capacity Development in Social Entrepreneurship; Establishing Collaborative Networks and Communities of Practice; Research, Innovation Lab and Integrated Financial Services Solution.