Kenya Community Health Network
Who we are
Kenya community Health Network (KCHN), is a National none partisan non-governmental organization registered on 17TH April 2003 with Non Governmental organizations Board of Kenya. It partners with stakeholders to promote development in rural, Peri-urban and urban Kenya.
We are committed to the increased access to quality health care for all people regardless of their economic or social background.
KCHN promote equitable access to and management of safe and adequate water, for domestic supply, sanitation, food security and environmental sustainability, to contribute to a world with equal access to resources and opportunities for development by providing financial support and exchange of knowledge with Primary focus being the prevention of disease and poverty reduction.
We call for good governance that works to alleviating poverty and human suffering.
Kenya Community Health Network chooses to focus grants on a few carefully selected health and Development issues to achieve more impact with the grants available. Resources are committed under seven vitally important areas of developmental concerns critical to overall well-being.
Quality health care and Economic empowerment of individuals and their communities with a special focus on populations vulnerable to Poverty and disease.
to ensure the creation and availability of opportunities for growth and development in all communities through equitable and sustainable development solutions that will improve people’s health alleviate human suffering and reduce poverty.
To improve the socioeconomic well-being of the communities we serve.
The programs we prioritize are under
- Health and Medicine
- Water, Sanitation and Environment
- Economic empowerment/Capacity building
- Education, Exchange & Research
- Human rights
- Information Communication Technology
- Relief Services
Kenya Community Health Network is currently accredited to conduct trainings on the following areas:
- HIV Counseling and testing training
- Mainstreaming Gender and Rights in HIV & AIDS Programmes
- Introduction to Psychosocial Support (PSS)
- Behavior Change and Communication in HIV/AIDS
- Disaster management
- Mainstreaming gender in Water management
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