In 2018, ICRH Kenya received funding from ‘Amplify Change’ to collect stories from sexual violence survivors. ICRHK bundled 15 unique stories into a beautiful and extremely moving booklet named ‘Facing Violence - In my own words.’ The book tells the stories of those who overcame the most inhumane of acts and from it, got the courage to talk about their experience. ICRH Kenya believes the stories will empower and encourage every member of the community to take action and make a change. The publication will be used as a resource material for Sexual Gender Based Violence research.

Last year, numerous stakeholders came together in Kwale County for a conference held by the Reproductive Health Network Kenya. Policy makers, service providers, experts, grassroots women and men, sexual and gender minority groups, like-minded civil society organizations, and young people from the regional, national and international community were united.

Marleen Temmerman is awarded by H.E.Uhuru Kenyatta, President of Kenya, the title of 'Moran of the Order of the Burning Spear' (MBS). This is one of Kenya’s highest distinctions, which is seldom awarded to non-Kenyans, and even more exceptionally to women.

ICRH Kenya has embraced Multi Month Scripting for stable Key Populations with 530 Female Sex Workers and 168 Men who have sex with men currently on MMS in both Mombasa and Kilifi Counties.

ICRH-Mozambique is partnering with the Faculty of Medicine of Eduardo Mondlane University to implement the I-SHARE study in Mozambique.

While Mozambique has been making strides towards improving provision of adolescent-friendly health services, there are still young people that are consistently excluded especially those with disabilities. ICRH-Mozambique is now partnering in two projects funded by the Flemish Government to reach these groups.

In Kenya, sessions with structured community dialogues on matters in Sexual and Gender Based Violence were held. They discussed matters regarding sexual violence, evidence protection once violated, the vulnerable groups in the community, how, when, where to report sexual violence cases once violated.

ICRH Kenya engaged 15 peer navigators to trace defaulting Kenyan People Living with HIVs (KPLHIV), including following them up in hotspots or at home. All participants were contacted before Anti Retroviral Therapy appointment dates, this strategy helped in reduction of number of missed appointments.

The topic of discussion of the webinar in June was ‘The role of community leaders in responding to and addressing Sexual Gender Based Violence'.

ICRH Kenya conducted a refresher training for community volunteers to assist individuals that are a victim of sexual exploitation.