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HIV Prevention and Care for the Youth - (HIPACY)

The program started as a Youth program targeting young people in the Mukuru slums and has grown to a comprehensive and nationwide program that continues to reach youth, most at risk populations and other under served communities using various HIV/AIDS prevention strategies.

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Diabetes Care in Nairobi slums

The project is improving access to diabetes care and management for slum dwellers in Nairobi by establishing and running an outreach clinic in already existing facilities in each of the three slums.

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Cancer Awareness Centre of Kenya

Cancer Awareness Centre of Kenya (CACK) is a Community Organization (CBO) registered in Kenya, located at Tumaini House 3rd floor suite 309, Moi Avenue, Nairobi. Cancer Awareness Centre of Kenya is an initiative that emphasizes on preventive checkups that will help reduce cancer related risks.

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Tupange Program (aka KURHI)

The Tupange Program aka The Kenya Urban Reproductive Health Initiative (KURHI) was established to prioritize family planning as a routine service offered to every client, with an emphasis on the urban poor. The programme aims to improve the health and well-being of Kenyans living in urban areas.

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Access Afya

Access Afya is a social enterprise setting up a network of community care points offering basic healthcare services in low-income Kenyan neighborhoods.

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ZanaAfrica

ZanaAfrica is a company which manufactures sanitary pads and sells them through sales agents in informal settlements and rural areas in Kenya.

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Mama na Dada Africa

Mama na Dada (Swahili for ‘Mother and Sister') is a non-government organization founded in 1998 that works to reduce maternal mortality and morbidity, infant mortality, HIV infection and malnutrition, and increase household access to clean running water and education levels.

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Viva Afya (formerly Carego Livewell)

Viva Afya is a primary health care company in Kenya that uses a “hub-and-spoke” model to serve densely-populated, low-income areas. In this model a main clinic (hub) is supported by several electronically connected satellite clinics (spokes).

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Korogocho Mathare (KOMA) Network

"KOMA" (Korogocho and Mathare) Network provides sexual and reproductive health information and services to the most vulnerable populations, namely slum youth and street children.

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WelTel

WelTel Kenya aims to improve health outcomes such as adherence and retention through automated SMS messages to support patients on ART, Preventing Mother-to-Child Transmission (PMTCT) of HIV and TB treatment.

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Tumaini Project

Tumaini is the Swahili word for hope. The Tumaini Project was established to provide free antiretroviral (ARVs) treatment to Kenyans living with HIV.

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Flare

Flare aggregates privately owned ambulance companies into a mobile browser dashboard to help them manage their fleet and an Android app located in the vehicles to respond to patient and hospital requests.

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Penda Health

Penda Health is a for-profit social enterprise that aims to provide high-quality primary healthcare services for hard to reach populations in Kenya, with a slight emphasis on women's health.

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InstAid

Instaid provides a platform for organizations to instantly create, manage, and distribute medical and nutritional e-vouchers via mobile phone technology.

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Living Goods

Living goods is an “Avon-like” network of franchised community health promoters who provide health education and earn a living selling essential health products door-to-door at prices affordable to the poor.

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Kenya Output-Based Aid Voucher Program (Kadi)

The Reproductive Health Output-Based Aid (OBA) voucher program is a performance-based reproductive health program that incentivizes access to women’s healthcare. The initial three main target areas of the program are safe motherhood, clinical family planning and gender violence recovery services.

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Jacaranda Health

Jacaranda Health is a Kenya-based social enterprise that combines business and clinical innovations to create a fully self-sustaining and scalable chain of maternity clinics. The clinics provide affordable, high-quality maternal and child health services to poor urban women.

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Mamakiba

Mamakiba, which means mother and savings, is a health financial services suite designed and developed by Multiple Choices Labs.

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M-CHANJO

M-chanjo is a mobile based system that creates awareness on child immunization schedules and provides basic health facts. It is a mobile based system that seeks to reduce the rate of child mortality especially in the developing world.

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Kibera Community Integrated Health Programme

Kibera Community Integrated Health Programme has been working in Kibera since 1998 and uses an integrated approach to address issues on comprehensive care for: people living with HIV; maternal, newborn, and child health; as well as Personal Hygiene and Sanitation Education (PHASE).

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Malezi-Bora

Malezi-Bora is a mobile application, availed in local languages, with audio content regarding maternal and newborn health. It works on ultra-low-cost handsets and leverages village social networks and utilizes a pay-it-forward business model, designed to incentivize mothers to share its content.

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