In this newsletter, read about Afya Uzazi working with the county and other partners to create awareness about prevention of COVID-19 and ensure people to continue to get health services. Other stories focus on how how population, health and environment (PHE) interventions are empowering communities to improve their welfare, and on efforts to mainstream gender in programs ...Read More
Over 200 frontline health workers, community volunteers and local leaders have been given basic training on COVID-19 prevention in Nakuru County in a series of one-day sensitizations meetings held in 5 sub-counties. ...Read More
This brief highlights Afya Uzazi work implementing menstrual hygiene management as an integrated component under the comprehensive school health program in Nakuru and Baringo counties. ...Read More
A campaign by Afya Uzazi and counties aims to ensure over 30,000 pregnant women and mothers get quality maternal and child health services in close to 200 facilities in Baringo and Nakuru by the end of the year. ...Read More
In this issue, read about: • Chiefs wearing a new hat as they lead campaign for the benefit of mothers and children • Local mobile SMS solution to encourage women to attend clinics • My sister’s keeper: Heroines who empower adolescent mothers ...Read More
Proceedings of the 2019 USAID Family Health Symposium are on the Afya Uzazi website via this link: https://afyauzazi.org/symposium. The repository includes the symposium report, video recordings of sessions, abstracts, posters and photo gallery. ...Read More
We are deeply saddened to announce the passing away of Dr. Hudson Inyangala, Associate Director of the Afya Uzazi Nakuru Baringo Program, on November 7 in Eldoret, Kenya.
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