PMA2020 Kenya Nutrition Round 2 Survey Results are out

The PMA2020/Kenya Nutrition survey in 2018 used a multi-stage stratified cluster design with urban-rural and 11 selected counties as strata. A sample of 151 enumeration areas (EAs) was drawn by the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics for the Kenya Round 6 PMA2020 family planning survey and these EAs were used for nutrition survey. In each EA, 56 […]

Performance Monitoring For Action – (PMA Kenya)

We are the lead implementer of Performance Monitoring for Action (PMA) formerly PMA2020/Kenya project survey. PMA is collecting data in 308 nationally representative enumeration areas throughout Kenya. The project employs 308 female resident enumerators, 11 supervisors, and a rapid response team to conduct data collection. PMA Kenya survey progress: First Round of data collection completed […]

The Young Key Population Implementation Research

Background: Poor uptake of services among young sex workers remains a major challenge for key population programs in Kenya. Young sex workers are a priority because of higher vulnerabilities from low self-perception of risk, little SRH knowledge and high rates of sexual violence. They do not readily seek available services as they may not identify […]

UNFPA project

Objective/aim UNFPA’s mandate is to strengthen National and Kilifi County’s to provide integrated sexual and Reproductive Health services. In line with the United Nations Development Assistant Framework, for people in Kenya to have increased and equitable access to quality health services including Sexual Reproductive Health. And that all women, men and children in need, including […]

Tele-counseling sessions

We are offering tele-counselling sessions for our sexual violence survivors who are due for counseling revisits and haven’t come up due to the pandemic.  

ICRHK contributed food and face masks

ICRHK contributed food and face masks to the Mombasa County Department of Health Services to support the County’s COVID-19 Response. They were received by the CEC Health, Hazel Koitaba and the Chief Officer Public Health, Aisha Abubakar for distribution at quarantine and isolation facilities. ICRHK has also partnered with the County Department of Health Services […]

The First-time young mothers costing study

Introduction and objectives of the study The overall objective of this study was to estimate the unit expenditure for FTYMs services delivered in Mtwapa DICE. The analysis was undertaken from a program perspective using step-down costing methods. The unit expenditure per person per year is the cost of providing one FTYM with SRH and HIV […]

Female Sex Worker Costing Study – 2019

Introduction and objectives of the study The overall objective of this study was to estimate the unit expenditure for FTYMs services delivered in Mtwapa DICE. The analysis was undertaken from a program perspective using step-down costing methods. The unit expenditure per person per year is the cost of providing one FTYM with SRH and HIV […]

Drivers of Adolescent and Teenage Pregnancy in Narok: A Cross-sectional study

Introduction and objectives of the project – Adolescent pregnancy is a global issue; worldwide approximately 16 million girls between the ages of 15 and 19 and 2 million girls under age 15 become pregnant every year. A vast majority (approximately 90%) of these adolescents’ births – especially among 15-19 year olds – occur within marriage. […]

First-time young mother’s project

Introduction and objectives of the project In Kenya, nearly 18 percent of adolescent and teenage girls are mothers by the age of 18 years. Pregnancy rates increase markedly between 15 and 18 years, from 3% at 15 years to 40% at 19 years. The rates of teenage pregnancies in Kenya remain highest in Narok County […]