Mercy Nkya

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Ifakara scientist explains why ending Tuberculosis requires better diagnostics

Ending tuberculosis through better diagnostics Author: Dr. Frederick Haraka, MD Yes, to end tuberculosis (TB), we need better diagnostic tools! TB is among the deadliest diseases in the world. In …

Study: 12% of people living with HIV in rural Tanzania have hypertension

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania (March 9, 2017). IHI Research Scientist Dr Kim Mwamelo presents findings of the study in Boston, US, last year at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic …

Recent Projects

Assessing the progress towards rabies elimination from Pemba Island, Tanzania

Rabies is a deadly disease endemic in dog populations across Africa. Although rabies can be eliminated through mass dog vaccination, there has been little investment in dog vaccination in Africa …

Engaging pastoralists in controlling malaria mosquitoes in their communities

The project is aimed at applying pastoralists’ knowledge to find water bodies during the dry season and accurately identify aquatic habitats that can be treated with larvicide pyriproxyfen (PPF) to …

Mercy Nkya

Branch Manager, Bagamoyo Branch

Ms. Mercy Temu Nkya has an Msc In Human Resources Management from Mzumbe  University, Advance Diploma in Human resources Management from The Institute of Social Work, Tanzania and  Diploma in Teaching from Korogwe Teachers College.  Mercy Joined IHI July 2012 as a Branch Administrative Officer, Ifakara Branch. April 1st 2014, she was appointed as a Branch Manager, Bagamoyo Branch.  Ms Mercy is responsible for overall management of the branch to ensure research activities in the branch are happening as per plans. She also ensures effective human resources management, and is the custodian of all resources in the branch. Ms. Mercy Nkya also has teaching and training skills and is  specialized on life transforming   programs (Empowering attitude, change management, culture change, customer care  and team building).

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