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Success Story – August 2016

Monday, 05 September 2016 by

August is when the world marks the international youth day and for NEPHAK, it was time to reflect on the plight of youth and adolescents. This is because adolescents and young people are the population that is both most at risk of HIV and also most affected with AIDS in Kenya. The 2015 Kenya HIV

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

Friday, 12 August 2016 by

The National Empowerment Network of People living with HIV/AIDS in Kenya (NEPHAK) is a national network that unites people living with HIV (PLHIV) and those affected by TB and AIDS through community based organizations and non-governmental organizations including PLHIV networks. NEPHAK works in partnership with line government structures and like-minded civil society organizations to improve

July 2016: Event of the Month

Thursday, 11 August 2016 by

In July, NEPHAK joined the global community at the 21st International AIDS Society Conference in Durban, South Africa. This was a significant conference coming 16 years after the same conference in 2000. The conference signified the changed landscape of the global AIDS response. Unlike 16 years ago, the 21st AIDS conference came at a time

Activities June, 2016

Monday, 04 July 2016 by

June was a very significant month in the response to HIV. The climax was reached at the United Nations High Level Meeting held in New York, USA. And NEPHAK representative, including three adolescents drawn from the Sauti Skika Adolescents Network were there. The consultations to gather views of Kenyan adolescents and adults on the same

MAY 2016

Sunday, 05 June 2016 by

May 2016 has been a very busy month for NEPHAK. First, the network joined other partners in the launch of the Maisha County League. The Maisha County League is established with the aim of leveraging Kenya Football to Kick out Stigma from Kenya and fast track the HIV response at national and county levels, as

APRIL

Sunday, 01 May 2016 by

In the month of April 2016, NEPHAK joined other like minded CSOs and community networks to re-look at the promise of the 90.90.90 targets with a focus of the last 90 which promises that 90% of people living with HIV who are on HIV treatment achieve viral suppression. The need to re-look at the 90.90.90

Pursuant to ARTICLE XXI; SECTION 2 Sub-section (a) of the NEPHAK Revised Constitution, NOTICE is hereby given to all eligible members of the National Empowerment Network of people living with HIV/AIDS in Kenya that the position of the National Treasurer was declared vacant through a resolution at a Special Board Meeting in March 2016. The

NEPHAK IN MARCH

Tuesday, 12 April 2016 by

In the month of March, NEPHAK lived true to its vision, mission and mandate as guided by the Strategic Plan and the NEPHAK 2016 Advocacy Agenda. As expected, the network worked closely with her principal partner, the Ministry of Health mainly, the National AIDS Control Council (NACC: http://www.nacc.or.ke/), the National AIDS and STIs Control Programme

The position is part of the Global Fund to fight AIDS, TB and Malaria (GFATM) Funding Model (FM) with AMREF Health Africa in Kenya as the Principle Recipient for the TB Grant. The project is being implemented in partnership with the Ministry of Health in Vihiga and Nandi Counties. Based at NEPHAK Vihiga Office, the

NEPHAK PARTNERS FORUM 2016

Monday, 22 February 2016 by

In the month of February, NEPHAK held its 2016 Annual Partners Forum and presented its 2015 Programme Deliverables and Lessons as well as the 2016 Programmatic Agenda and Priorities. The 2016 Annual Partners Forum was attended by a total of 43 participants, including NEPHAK Board members and staff. The partners who attended this forum include

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