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Carolina for Kibera (CFK)

CFK develops local leaders, empowers youth and provides health care services to the Kibera slum community of Nairobi. this collaborative network includes a primary care clinic, sports program, reproductive health and women's rights facility, and monthly community service projects

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Build Kenya

Build Kenya launched its education, income generation and HIV/AIDS awareness programmes to address key issues affecting young people's development. Its primary activities are carried out through "health clubs" which work with school-aged children to deliver key health education messages.

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AIDS Barefoot Doctors (ABD)

AIDS Barefoot Doctors (ABD) contributes to breaking the cycle of poverty and AIDS in rural villages in Kenya. ABDs are not physicians, but community members/health workers who become leaders and provide home-based care and group therapy and education to people living with HIV/AIDS.

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Health[e]Foundation

Health[e]Foundation aims to enrich and update the skills of practicing health workers using blended learning, a method of learning that combines conventional classroom teaching methods with independent learning via e-learning methods.

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Wild4Life

Wild4Life started as an HIV/AIDS program in Zimbabwe, but has expanded to building rural health systems throughout sub-Saharan African countries. Piloting rural health clinics, monitoring health needs of rural populations and developing local partnerships has dramatically improved health outcomes.

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FACES

FACES is a family-focused, comprehensive HIV prevention, care, and treatment program working collaboratively with the Kenyan Ministries of Health (MOH) to build sustainable HIV care systems in Nyanza Province and in Nairobi.

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Children's Health and Development in Kenya (CHADIK)

CHADIK works in collaboration with Gertrude's Children’s hospital to bring expert care and treatment through mobile clinics to mothers and children living in hard to reach areas of the Laikipia East District.

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Scaling Up Home-based Maternal and Postnatal Care

The project aims to improve maternal, neonatal and infant health status through increasing the proportion of women delivering with a skilled attendant and receiving essential antenatal, postpartum, newborn care and family planning services.

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Born to Live

Born to Live employs mothers living with HIV to mentor HIV-positive pregnant women and new mothers in health facilities. They work side-by-side with doctors and nurses, supporting and educating women about how to take their medicines, care of themselves, and their babies.

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