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The five-year USAID-funded project started in 2021 focuses on providing HIV interventions based on UNAIDS based on UNAIDS 95-95-95 goals. It is being implemented by the University of Nairobi as a prime partner. AMURT supports the project in providing clinical services, community treatment preparation, and adherence counseling.
The two-year program that started in 2021 is responsible for Technical Assistance to consortium members to enhance Case Management Approach (CMA), Household Economic Strengthening and referral systems for OVC service delivery improvement. The program has presence in Kajiado, Nakuru, Muranga, Machakos, Makueni and Kitui.
The five year USAID funded program started in 2021 and provides health and HIV interventions to orphans and young children adolescents and young women based on UNAIDS 95-95-95 goals. The program has presence in Mombasa and Kilifi.
Supported by Comic Relief, the two-year project (2020-22) that is implemented in Kilifi aims at strengthening community-based systems in improving integrated early childhood development. It targeted children below five years and their caregivers as well as building economic resilience for young mothers.
The DFID funded project has been running since 2013 with aim of improving school attendance marginalized girls in Kilifi and Samburu.
This a Global Fund funded project through, AMREF health Africa in Kenya. As a sub recipient of AMREF the project began initially in Samburu county in 2015 but as a result of capacity demonstrated by AMURT, 2 more counties were added (Marsabit and Kilifi) from 2017. The organizational strength in management of the project has been steadily growing over the years, not forgetting to mention additional county awarded, Kwale in 2018, to pilot community systems strengthening to create awareness and increase demand for uptake of health services for TB, HIV and Malaria and lately Lamu in 2023 covering programming areas such as TB outreaches, TB/HIV social mobilization. The project focusses on TB prevention and care as well as early diagnosis and treatment, capacity building community players & health care workers, community systems strengthening which is aided majorly by engaging different community actors majority of them being Community Health Promoters. In this regard, about 700 CHPs have been trained on TB/HIV community package and about 500 health care workers have been trained and capacity build on TB care, detection and diagnostics. This has promoted successful linkage between the community and health facilities with demonstrated over 5000 beneficiaries reached with various services.