A. Health Sector Governance and Performance Monitoring
The program focuses on:
- Increasing individual citizens and civil society awareness of human rights and right to health, participation, engagement and oversight in health governance at community, county and national government levels.
Strengthening devolution for improved health services delivery and accountability in Kenya.
- Enhancing representation of the people living with diseases, those with lived experiences, care givers and marginalized groups in health sector governance processes.
B. Access and utilization of Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health (MNCH) Services
The programme purposes on:
- Increasing demand for Maternal, Newborn and Child health (MNCH) services by enabling the address of sociocultural barriers in the community.
Improving gender norms and sociocultural practices for increased access and utilization of Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health (MNCH) and Family Planning (FP).
C. Breaking Barriers to Mental Health Services
The programme interest is on:
Strengthening mental health legislation, financial investments and accountability for mental health resources.
Improving access to quality mental health services at community, primary healthcare facilities, county referral and national referral mental health facilities.
Strengthening technical and institutional capacity of civil society organisations promoting the rights of people living with mental health conditions and psychosocial disabilities.
D. Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in Health Care Facilities (HCF)
The programme advocates for:
Improved policy and legislative environment for WASH in HCF in Kenya.
Increased prioritization, financing, implementation and maintenance of WASH infrastructure in Kenya’s health care facilities.