US Government Funding Transition: Kenya CSOs have something to Say. For the past three months, indigenous Kenyan CSOs, including networks of people living with, at risk of and affected by HIV have been mobilizing and consulting and among themselves with the aim to craft an agreeable way forward and position to the USG funding
Weekly Bulletin 21st - 27th October 2018 Kenya Scoops Award on Laboratory Work but More need to be done to Sustain the improved Access to Viral Load Testing. The Kenya Ministry of Health last week scooped a special award for its work on improving access to quality laboratory and diagnostic services to populations in need.
Nakuru Court Case, HAPCA, HIV Tribunal a and the HIV and the Law: Preliminary Comment. The case going on at the Nakuru Children’s Court is now well known among people and institutions working to reduce the spread and impact of HIV in Kenya. You can see: https://www.nation.co.ke/news/Woman-in-court-for-infecting-baby-with-HIV/1056-4777186-8wmule/index.html. The case was first reported in a section
NEPHAK Fosters Partnership with the Samburu County Government to Contribute to the Delivery of the 90.90.90 HIV Treatment Targets With less than 2 years to the 2020 deadline for the delivery of the 90.90.90 HIV Treatment targets, NEPHAK last month fostered formal partnership with the Samburu county government that will see the network expand
Why the President Must Follow Words with Action to Deliver on the NCDs and TB Commitments The 73rd Session of the UN General Assembly high level meeting that closed in New York last week was a great moment for agencies like NEPHAK that work to improve the health and well-being of communities. Before the