Impact of anthropogenic activities on bacteriological water Quality of Nyangores river, Mara basin-Kenya

The Mara River basin is the lifeline to Maasai Mara Game reserve in Kenya and the Serengeti National park in Tanzania. Its major perennial tributaries are Nyangores and Amala both originating from Mau Escarpment. Unprecedented evidence on change of land use for development purposes in the upper catchment has affected the water quantity, quantity and the environmental sanitation in general. ...Read More

Factors influencing adoption of sustainable water resource management practices in upper and middle Mara River Basin, Kenya

Availability of water in desirable quantities and qualities for basic human needs and its use in production is an issue of local, national and global concern. Its availability or scarcity during the prolonged dry spells affects socioeconomic well being and environmental sustainability ...Read More

Availability of essential medicines in public hospitals: A study of selected public hospitals in Nakuru County, Kenya

The aim of this study was to confirm the level of availability of essential medicines in public hospitals in Kenya and the factors leading to this. A cross-section approach was adopted for the research which was conducted across several public hospitals in Nakuru County. ...Read More

The Baby Friendly Community Initiative - A Pilot Study in Koibatek, Baringo County – Kenya

This study is designed to pilot implementation of the Baby Friendly Community Initiative (BFCI), a global initiative recommended by WHO to promote optimal infant and young child feeding practices. The study sets out to determine feasibility and effectiveness of the BFCI, with regards to exclusive breastfeeding in the first six months after delivery, in Koibatek - Baringo County. ...Read More

MCH matters Health Research

World Vision Kenya conducted nutrition surveys covering East Pokot, Marigat, Baringo North and Baringo Central. The surveys aim to estimate the level of malnutrition among children 6-59 months and pregnant, lactating women (PLWs) and also investigate infant and young child feeding practices (IYCF) among children 0-23months of age. Surveys were coordinated and implemented by the Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation. ...Read More

Five Picks - Recent articles on RMNCAH from PubMed

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03-Jun-19 11:03

Baringo County launches a Technical Working Group

Baringo County Department of Health Services has launched a new group to guide and coordinate activities to improved access to quality health services for women and children.

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24-May-19 12:25

Communities Mark World Biodiversity Day

USAID’s Afya Uzazi and local communities joined this year’s global celebrations to mark World Biodiversity Day. The day’s theme - “Our Biodiversity, Our Food, Our Health” – resonates with the focus of the project’s integrated population, health and environment (PHE) activities.

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