|Goal, Targets, achievement
|Improving nutrition, women empowerment, WASH in 29 Schools, 5 community
Drinking water projects
|2010 – 2012
|KNH – Germany
|HIV free Society
|HIV prevention, treatment and care for all
|2012 – 2017
|Inuka Community based OVC
|To expand service coverage and improve the overall wellbeing of 11, 000 orphans living in 4, 150 households
|2013 – 2018
|Jamii Bora MNCH project
|Improving Maternal, Child Health and Nutrition, community WASH
|2013 – 2017
|OVC Nilinde project
|To strengthen household and community capacity for enhanced health and social services for OVC, HH WASH
|2015 – 2020
|USAID (through Plan International)
|Mombasa & Kilifi counties
|Young Health Programme
|To improved health and gender equality of youth age 10-24 by reducing risks of NCDs
|2016 – 2021
|Global fund TB
|Reduction of TB burden through community approach strategies
|2018 – 2024
|Global fund NFM- AMREF
|Samburu, Marsabit, Kwale, Kilifi and Lamu County
|DREAMS Ajiri Dada project
|Trained 2000 AGYW from Nairobi on professional housekeeping and job placement
|2016 – 2018
|Afya Pwani Project
|Increased access and utilization of focused MNCH and FP, WASH and Nutrition
|2017 – 2019
|USAID (through PATHFINDER)
|Rabai, Kilifi South and
Kaloleni Sub Counties
|The Afya Jijini Program
|To support Facility based adherence and
PSSGs for PLHIV in health facilities in Nairobi county
|2018 – 2021
IMA world health)
|Improved welfare and protection of children affected by HIV/Aids
|2018 – 2020
|USAID (through CRS)
|Kilifi and Siaya
This is an initial relief program of AMURT providing food support to street children on a need basis depending on availability of funds supported by Asian community. It was initiated in 2001 with a number of 50 children; in 2005 it expanded the services to 600 children led by Nitin Shah and well-wishers. The children receive one highly a nutritious meal every Sunday.
This program was started with 11 HIV- infected women in 2002 and expanded in 2004 with support from Victoria furniture; currently it is serving 2000 women, getting one dry -food basket every Sunday.
Started in 2003 with 14 HIV infected children, currently 115 of them are in the program. With support from Pfizer Austria, we managed to open vocational training centre for older vulnerable children. The center has six departments; Nursery, computer, tailoring, beads making and hairdressing training. So far 477 youth have received trainings and over 327 have found meaningful employment as a result. Also the centre provides food, clothes, school fees, treatment, psychological counseling, transport and guardian support.
With support from World conference on Religion and Peace (WCRP) we have trained 57 HIV infected women in tie-n-dye fabrication training. They formed 12 different IGA groups and utilizing the training skills for improved livelihoods.
In collaboration with by Pathfinder International in Mombasa through this project AMURT staff received training to work in the community to reduce HIV burden as home based care providers. Also trained 72 groups of PLHIV and over 200 patients were served through home based care services.
This proposal was written in 2002 and funded in 2005 with a consortium of NGOs led by KANCO AMURT trained 100 health care professions in HIV AIDS management, Ten thousand IEC materials developed and distributed, 200 home based care kits supplied to PLHIV.
Through APHIA II Program Pathfinder/USAID took over the support of AMURT CCC from 2006 to 2010 .This partnership was renewed through APIA-PLUS program and continues to date .The program supports the center with ART commodities, support supervision ,training, laboratory supplies, and basic medical equipment .