Translating Linda Mama initiative to improved skilled birth attendance through respectful maternity care at Keringet Subcounty Hospital, Nakuru County.

To increase uptake of skilled birth attendance and improve quality of care at the maternity section of Keringet Subcounty Hospital ...Read More

Quality improvement collaborative: Towards increased skilled birth attendance in Mogotio sub-county, Baringo County.

Afya Uzazi Program implements a quality improvement (QI) initiative that aims to improve the quality of health services through work improvement teams (WITs). ...Read More

Improving FP/RMNCAH outcomes through integrated Population Health and Environment approach in Kuresoi North and South Sub-Counties.

The health status of people in Kuresoi North and South sub-counties in Nakuru County have had minimal improvements despite the overall national and Nakuru County gains. ...Read More

From TBA to Birth Companion: Improving uptake of SBA in Marigat Sub-County

Skilled birth attendance is an important way of averting maternal mortality and morbidity. In Kenya, about 61% of births occur at the health facility. ...Read More

Effectiveness of engaging volunteer nurse-midwives to support safe delivery during the countrywide nurses’ strike

The importance of nurses in provision of healthcare services was highlighted during the latest nurses’ strike in Kenya that went on between June and November 2017. ...Read More

Engaging Volunteer nurses to support provision of maternal, newborn and child health services in Difficult to Staff Health Facilities in Baringo County

Like many countries in sub-Saharan Africa, Kenya continues to experience a health workforce shortage. Baringo County is among the Kenyan counties hardest hit by understaffed health facilities. ...Read More

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News & Updates

15-Jan-20 06:57

Every women counts: Campaign to increase access to services

A new campaign aims to ensure over 31,600 pregnant women and mothers get quality maternal and child health services in close to 200 facilities in Baringo and Nakuru counties in the next 12 months.

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28-Aug-19 05:13

Open days encourage women to deliver in hospital

Maternity open days provide a way for pregnant women and their partners to meet service providers and learn about services they provide. The events help remove the fear of giving birth in health facilities and reassure women of respectful care when they give birth in hospital.

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