In Kenya, the CDC is addressing the region's toughest health problems at their source, directly working with vulnerable families and communities in local hospitals, clinics, and laboratories.
Beginning Life Anew: An HIV Free Child November 25, 2014For all couples, the prospect of bringing a child into the world brings joy...more
Giving Blood, Giving Life January 13, 2014Teresia Kangwele had thought about donating blood for a long time...more
US Refugee Admissions Program: Improving Health of US-bound Refugees April 28, 2014While antiretroviral therapy is now more widely available in Kenya, expanding clinical and laboratory....more
CDC-Kenya's mission is to promote measurable, substantive public health advances in Kenya and throughout the region.
CDC applies cutting edge solutions and technologies to reduce disease and protect health in challenging, underdeveloped places.
CDC addresses the region's toughest health problems at their source, directly working with at-risk and vulnerable families, communities, and clinics.
Focus, Partner, Achieve: Using Evidence to Achieve an AIDS-Free Generation in KenyaSince the launch of the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) in 2003, CDC has used its expertise in epidemiology and laboratory systems, and its long-standing partnership in public health research in Kenya, to help the country develop more focused HIV interventions that are implemented when, where, and among whom they are needed… MorePosted November 18, 2014
people participate in surveillance for respiratory, jaundice, febrile, and diarrheal conditions.
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