Professor Nelson Sewankambo Principal, MakCHS The Benefits of COBES Approach to training

The Makerere University College of Health Sciences' Community Based Education and Services (COBES) has immensely contributed to addressing health inequities between rural and urban communities in Uganda. COBES is an initiative where Makerere medical students are placed to work in rural communities for a period of time throughout their training. With simple innovative strategies, students have been able to solve some of the most common health problems in these communities.In this video, the College Principal Professor Nelson Sewankambo explains how COBES is implemented and the benefits it comes with.