Pro. Blandina Mbaga (Director, Kilimanjaro Clinical Research Institute) explaining something to Prof. Aboud from MUHAS during TCU-Technical Evaluation visit at KCMUCo.
Dr. Pius Tarimo (Laboratory Scientist at KCMUCo) explaining the functions and purposes of Medical Laboratory to TCU Technical Evaluation Committee during their visit at Kilimanjaro Chriatian Medical Univeristy College.
Group Photo with TCU-Technical Evaluation Commitee outside KCRI (Kilimanjaro Clinical Research Institute) during their Visit ak KCMUCo.
TCU-Technical Evaluation Commitee outside the Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Center during their visit at KCMUCo.
E-library is a venue found in Block B, Third floor, has 152 computers with Internet access, along with one Overhead Projector and one Auditory system.
The E-Library venue aims to provide basic functional computer services for users who may not have access to such technology at home or elsewhere and also it is useful to obtain the e-resources such as eBooks, different journals through HINARI.
The computer lab aims to provide basic functional computer services for users who may not have access to such technology at home or elsewhere.
WORD FROM THE PROVOST
The goal of KCMUCo is to Enhance Health capacity to carry out its core mission and respond effectively to its internal and external environments, Mobilize and optimize the use of human and physical resources.
Alumni & Graduates Tracking
To all Alumni, friends, collaborators, Partners, Researchers, Academicians, Students, and well-wishers – THE CATALYSTS of Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College [KCMUCo]
Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College became operational on October 1st, 1997 as a Christ-Centered Institution, starting with the Faculty of Medicine and later expanding to incorporate more faculties, institutes, and directorates. Read More
Announcements & Events
Weekly Event (Every Friday at KCMUCo)