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Welcome to ICRHK

ICRH Kenya is a leading NGO in SRH services and advocacy in Kenya. We have spent the last two decades implementing high-quality SRH programs and building coalitions for sustainable change. Our vision is to be a Centre of Excellence in SRH research and interventions, and the mission is to contribute to empowering communities by designing innovative, evidence-based interventions, and using these to influence policy.

What We Do

Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV)

In Kenya, it is estimated that up to 30% of girls and 18% of boys experience sexual violence by the age of 18 years.
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Reproductive Health, Maternal Health and Family Planning

ICRHK recognizes that reproductive health services including family planning are essential in enhancing the well-being of women and their families.
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HIV and AIDS Prevention, Treatment, and Care

Key Populations (female sex workers [FSW] men having sex with men [MSM] and Transgender persons [TG]) have high HIV rates and contribute significantly to new infections.
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Adolescent and Youth Health

For millions of young people around the world, the onset of adolescence brings not only changes to their bodies but also new vulnerabilities to human rights abuses.
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Child Protection

Safeguarding children from violence, abuse, neglect, and exploitation is key to creating a thriving community for children and young adolescents. Globally, approximately 2 million young adolescents, including children, are exposed to sexual exploitation.
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Supply Chain Management

Partnership with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and KEMSA, to implement an integrated logistics management information system (LMIS) that guarantees the availability of family planning commodities
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Third Party Monitoring and Process Evaluation

ICRHK has been entrusted by donors like FCDO to perform Third-party monitoring and process evaluations, as well as baseline, midterm, and end-term evaluations.
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