Experience Kenya 

with Hollins


The Public Health and Gender & Women's Studies departments at Hollins University have partnered with Kenyatta University to bring our students to Nairobi, Kenya for a unique educational opportunity. Our students will immerse themselves in Kenyan history and culture to discover how social categories— gender, sexuality, indigineity, economic status, and race/ethnicity influence public health needs, access to care, and the practice of medicine locally and globally

Learn about our mission, our faculty, and our international partners, and follow us as we chronicle our journey during the January 2024 term. 

Learn about our course and educational goals, including some of the lectures and cultural sites we will attend.

Follow our students as they journey through Kenya. Here they catalogue experiences and offer reflections on their learning.

Find information about Hollins University, the faculty and staff who made this collaboration possible, and our core educational values.

Find information about Kenyatta University, our collaborators, and the importance of transnational exploration and education.