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Ongoing Programs

Its principal mandate is to design and implement public health programs and research studies that benefit vulnerable populations, especially young people and women in Kenya.

The Adolescents and Young People's Program (AYP)

The Adolescents and Young People's Program (AYP)

Goal: To develop and implement a HIV prevention intervention to reduce HIV risk and scale up access to HIV prevention and treatment. Coverage: Bonchari and Kitutu chache North Sub counties..

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Key Populations Investment Fund (KPIF)

Key Populations Investment Fund (KPIF)

KPIF (Key population investment fund) is a PEPFAR funded grant through CDC that aims to identify previously undiagnosed HIV infections among KPs, link them to care, retain them in care..

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KEY POPULATION

KEY POPULATION

Goal: To effectively reach and address the particular needs of key populations; Female Sex Workers (FSW), Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) and People Who Inject Drugs (PWIDs) tailored to reduce the HIV new infections among these group of population.

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GLOBAL FUND MALARIA

GLOBAL FUND MALARIA

GF Malaria, is a project that is implemented through a multi-sector approach. As such, the key stakeholders are; Ministry of Health staff, Ministry of Education staff, Division of National Malaria Program, AMREF, Sub-Recipients and other agencies such as KEMSA, Tupime Kauti, Afya Ugavi among others.

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GLOBAL FUND - HIV/AIDS

GLOBAL FUND - HIV/AIDS

Provide a comprehensive package of HIV prevention, care, and treatment and support services to Key Populations. From January 2020 – June 2021 (thro to June 2021).
Female sex workers and their clients (FSWs)

Men who have sex with other Men (MSM)

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GLOBAL FUND TB

GLOBAL FUND TB

Goal: To accelerate the reduction of TB, Leprosy and lung disease burden through provision of people centered, universally accessible, acceptable and affordable quality services in Kenya.

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