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“Early detection is Key. And if I hadn’t found my lump early, I don’t know what would have been. I am still here and I want to encourage women to do that on a regular basis.” Olivia Newton-John: Musician and breast cancer survivor. Agnes and I have one thing in common, our love for fish

Success Story of the Month, October 2013

Tuesday, 15 October 2013 by

NEPHAK, in partnership with the AIDS Healthcare Foundation convened an HIV and TB stakeholders forum in Mombasa county to secure NGOs’ and government officials’ commitment to prioritize HIV and TB interventions in the county. The meeting attended by more than 30 stakeholders ended with a commitment to rally behind the national goal aimed at achieving

Who We Are

Tuesday, 15 October 2013 by

The National Empowerment Network of People living with HIV/AIDS in Kenya (NEPHAK) is a national Network that unites people living with HIV and those affected by TB and HIV/AIDS through post test clubs, support groups, community based organizations, non-governmental organizations and networks. Registered in 2003, the Network’s mission is to promote greater and meaningful involvement

CSOs Representation on the Kenya CCM

Monday, 14 October 2013 by

CSOs and other non-state actors working on HIV, TB and Malaria are almost reaching consensus to hold the elections for their representatives into the GFATM CCM. The elections, which were initially scheduled for August, were postponed after some CSOs leaders and representatives of communities living with HIV, TB and affected by Malaria failed to agree

Representatives of the Kenyan Civil Society organizations met to reflect on key achievements and challenges faced in implementing the 3rd Kenya National AIDS Strategic Plan. The meeting was convened by the            CSOs Working Group with support from NACC to get CSOs’ perspective on KNASP III as well as share the roadmap/plan for the end

Study sets agenda for NEPHAK and allies

Monday, 14 October 2013 by

A study by a Kenyan research has highlighted a barrier to the uptake of HIV treatment at higher CD4 cell counts, thereby setting an agenda for NEPHAK and allies. The study published online in the journal AIDS, reports that “Kenyan people living with HIV perceive antiretroviral therapy to be something that is taken in the

The leadership of NEPHAK will this week embark on a plan to update her membership on the good practices and lessons learned under the FANIKISHA institutional strengthening project, which NEPHAK has implemented for more than 12 months. The first meeting is scheduled for Nairobi County and estimated 20 participants, including representatives of the board are

The National AIDS Control Council (NACC) is leading the National people living with HIV Stigma Index in Kenya and should therefore be able to explain the process and progress. This is according to Ms Maya Harper, the UNAIDS Country Coordinator. The Kenya UCC was responding to a letter sent to her by NEPHAK on behalf

Kenyan Ministry of Health and partners working to reduce the spread and impact of HIV in the country will this week be meeting in Nakuru town, Rift Valley to explore the strategies and approaches for adopting the revised WHO 2013 Guidelines for HIV treatment and Care. Although the team comprising scientists and clinicians will be

NEPHAK Strategic Plan II is currently undergoing a review to align it with Institutional Strengthening Plan of the organization. The process is important considering the expanded role NEPHAK is expected to play in the health response in Kenya.