Jhpiego is working to prevent the needless deaths of women, girls and their families by making health services in Kenya the very best they can be. We have formed great partnerships with the government's Ministry of Health, doctors, community health workers and health systems managers. Together, we implement many life-saving projects that are saving thousands of lives. Read more »
Annual Urban Reproductive Health Initiative (URHI) Meeting
10th – 14th June 2013, Dakar, Senegal
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
This annual meeting brings together elected and public health offiicals from the four countries (India, Kenya, Nigeria and Senegal) which are part of the Gates-supported Initiative, to advance promotion of policies and programmes that increase access to comprehensive reproductive health services.
Women DELIVER – The 3rd Global Conference 2013
28th – 30th May 2013, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Global health leaders convene for international conference on accelerated progress and global commitments that prioritize the health and rights of girls and women now and post-2015.
Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision (VMMC) Rapid Results Initiative (RRI)
15th July – 15th August 2013, Western and Nyanza, Kenya
In an effort to attain the target of having 80 percent of men in Nyanza aged 15–49 years circumcised by 2013, the USAID-supported APHIAplus Project discusses benefits of VMMC, availability of the service in health facilities and community outreach sites, HIV testing and counselling, condom promotion and other related issues.
Jhpiego Leaders Visit Kenya
2nd – 5th April 2013, Nairobi, Kenya
Ron Magarick, Vice President, Technical Leadership, and Dr. Blami Dao, Director, Maternal Newborn Health, meet with staff and key stakeholders and visit Kenya programmes.
Jhpiego – Kenya's Work in Urban Health
Find out more about Jhpiego's work in Urban Health here.
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As a Jhpiego-trained HIV Testing and Counseling Provider, Regina Mutunga knows the importance of adhering to antiretroviral therapy (ART) to ensure a healthy life. Through the APHIAplus KAMILI project, she goes the extra mile to make sure a boy receives quality care and treatment when his family moves from her service area.
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A Jhpiego-supported project on distribution of injectables by community health workers leads to new national guidelines on the family planning method and greater access to these services where women live.
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A comprehensive urban reproductive health project partners with an expert team of doctors to offer men in Kisumu access to a permanent family planning method.
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