ICRH Kenya hosted Ms. Deloris Jordan, the founder of the Kenya Women and Children's Wellness Center in Nairobi, Kenya. She was accompanied by Prof. Marleen Temmerman, founder of ICRHK and Director of the Centre for Excellence in Women, Child and Adolescent Health at Aga Khan University, East Africa.

The involvement of stakeholders is an interactive ongoing process that ICRH Kenya undertakes during the development of health research and interventions to ensure proposals are grounded in reality and to promote ownership and responsibility.

ICRH Kenya has enjoyed a cordial relationship with various government agencies. We participated in the meeting convened by the National Council for Population and Development (NCPD) with the aim of discussing the agency’s technical staff capacity gaps and needs in research.
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ICRH Kenya is implementing Performance Monitoring for Action (PMA), a platform that has been providing data for regular tracking of progress and for understanding the drivers of contraceptive use dynamics, information that is not currently measured by other large-scale surveys.

To celebrate this annual event, ICRH Kenya participated in several activities, including a visit to the Nyali Sub-County Police Headquarters to appreciate the police for their support and involvement in the fight against Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Through the Linda Mtoto project, ICRHK also organized a Child Protection-themed writing and painting competition among Mombasa County schoolchildren.

ICRH Kenya Country Director, Dr. Griffins Manguro, was awarded as one of the top 40 leaders in Kenya under 40 years of age.

At ICRH Global, we are heartened by the commitment of our ICRH community In Europe, Africa and China to join the global village, in particular WHO, UNFPA, UNICEF and other UN agencies and partners, all of whom are working towards the transformative goals of ending preventable maternal mortality, unmet family planning needs and gender-based violence

ICRHK seeks to build research capacity for students undertaking their graduate studies by providing data and support as they compile their project. For several years, ICRHK and Kenyatta University School of Public Health have collaborated. Recently we hosted a field trip for Master Students.

ICRH Kenya and the National Council for Population and Development (NCPD) have been in partnership from 2014. Data generated from Performance Monitoring for Action (PMA) Kenya surveys are used to plan, monitor, evaluate and forecast the use of family planning, and to monitor population growth.

ICRHK is a member of the Jomvu Sub County Area Advisory Council (AAC), whose main mandate is to provide supervision, planning and coordination for child rights and protection, as well as welfare activities.