- Targeted Community Testing: Murang’a County Experience
Sunday, November 5 marked the end of a two-day targeted community testing activity held in Murang’a County. In collaboration with the County Department of Health in Murang’a, CHS carried out this activity targeting matatu drivers, touts and boda boda riders at Kenol and Kangare town. Targeted community testing involves identifying a group of… Read more »
- CHS Lower Eastern Office Opening
CHS officially opened its Lower Eastern offices in Machakos, Makueni and Kitui Counties on August 30, and 31, 2017 in colourful ceremonies attended by members of the CHS management team, representatives from the respective County Governments and a cross-section of staff from the three counties. In his opening remarks, CHS Chief Executive Officer Dr Paul… Read more »
- Siaya County Launches its EMTCT Business Plan 2017 – 2021
Siaya became the first county in Kenya to launch a county-specific business plan for the Elimination of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV & Syphilis.
- Official Close-Out of the PEPFAR-Funded TEGEMEZA Project
On July 20, 2017, the curtains officially came down on CHS first project as a prime recipient of donor funding. The TEGEMEZA Project which begun in October 2011 presented an opportunity for CHS to implement and expand high quality HIV prevention, care and treatment services in four counties of the former Central Kenya – Kiambu,… Read more »
- OGAC Commends CHS for Innovative HIV Testing Strategies
Members of the Office of the United States Global AIDS Coordinator and Health Diplomacy (OGAC) visited the CHS SHINDA Project in Siaya on June 26-27, 2017.
- CHS Gives Back to the Sosoma Wells Community in Kitui
Yesterday, CHS staff under the leadership of the Staff Welfare chairman, Duncan Barkebo, reached out to members of the Sosoma Wells community in Ngomeni, Kitui County. This is one of the areas which was hardest hit by the recent drought situation in the country. The communities problems have also been heightened by the communal clashes… Read more »