African Institute for MedEd

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Welcome to AIM

Why The African Institute for Medical Education (AIM) is important


"To evolve, emerging countries must have a number of core elements to grow and support their population's many needs.  Advanced healthcare knowledge is one of the most important."



AIM is an independent institution - there is nothing like it in Eastern Central Africa... nothing!

AIM medical education programs are developed in the United States and administered by the Health Minister from Buganda, a region representing between 9-10 million people in Uganda. 

AIM uses the most advanced medical education in the world to train medical professionals in very remote villages in Uganda where more than 90% of the population is seen and treated.

AIM's goal is to educate Nurses, Midwives and other medical professionals and adjusts learning to accommodate cultural differences.

AIM's education programs through village medical professionals can reach 200,000+ villagers every... single... year.  

AIM provides accreditation for medical professionals who pass rigorous testing. 



AIM Recognizes Donors

AIM will list the names of individuals and organizations having donated to AIM with their approval.



Mother & Baby Survival & Training Programs Approved for Inclusion on the CARINGCROWDSM Platform by a Panel of Advisors Including Representatives from:

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

Johnson & Johnson World Headquarters (US)

Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University


Department of Global Health, Northwestern University

Head of Research & Development, Janssen Global Public Health

Global Public Health, Johnson & Johnson World Headquarters (US)

Global Public Health and Global Market Access,Janssen



Most Recent Training in Africa

Survival & Lifesaving Training for Pregnant Women & Their Babies

AIM is focusing on expecting mothers, malnutrition, and their babies - treatment, diagnosis and triaging to specialists.

AIM trained 38 Nurses, Midwives, other medical professionals in remote villages under the guidance of the Health Minister, Dr. Bernard Kiwanuka.

AIM provided credits from The African Institute for Medical Education to medical professionals having passed testing.

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