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April 30, 2019

The TB ARC II activity aims to improve TB case finding through active case finding initiatives in all counties, promote access to high quality patient-centered, TB, DR-TB and TB/HIV services; prevent TB transmission and disease progression, strengthen TB service delivery platforms & accelerate research and innovation with the ultimate goal of decreasing incidence & TB related morbidity, and mortality in line with the 90-95-0 targets to End the TB epidemic.

April 30, 2019

The Policy, Advocacy, and Communication Enhanced for Population and Reproductive Health (PACE) Project, implemented by Population Reference Bureau (PRB), ensures that family planning (FP) and population issues are included in policies and programs to foster sustainable, equitable economic growth and development.

April 30, 2019

The Health Communication and Marketing (HCM) Program is implemented by Population Services Kenya along with other local implementing partners. The focus of HCM is to improve the health of Kenyans through increasing the use of quality health products and services through implementing evidence based social marketing. HCM also increases the use of quality products through social franchising, social behavior change communication and strengthening the capacity of government to lead, coordinate and implement these initiatives.

April 30, 2019

Over 10 million Kenyans suffer from chronic food insecurity and poor nutrition. Improving nutritional status in Kenya calls for a multi-sectoral focus and acknowledgement of the integral role that nutrition plays in ensuring a healthy population and productive workforce. The Kenya Nutrition and Health Program Plus is a national program with county level mandates. The overall goal of the program is to improve nutrition status of Kenyans by utilizing a multi-sectoral approach that addresses both the underlying and systemic causes of malnutrition as well as its immediate determinants.

April 16, 2019

Kenya has an estimated 1.6 million People Living with HIV (PLWH). The HIV epidemic is concentrated among key populations, including people who use and inject drugs (PWU/ID). There are an estimated 18,327 PWID in Kenya, with a HIV prevalence of 18 percent compared to 5.6 percent in the general population. In 2008, about 3.8 percent of all new adult infections were attributed to injecting drug use. With little access to health services and poor adherence to treatment, mortality among PWU/ID was high.   


Last updated: August 19, 2019

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