Population Services Kenya

Nairobi, Kenya
Population Services Kenya

Population Services Kenya (PS Kenya) has been measurably improving the health of Kenyans since 1989. Our approach harnesses the vitality of the private sector to improve health outcomes for “Sara”- our archetype who focuses our interventions. We address the most serious health challenges affecting resource – poor and vulnerable communities in Kenya, including HIV/AIDS, reproductive health, non-communicable diseases and the greatest threats to children under five including malaria, diarrhoea, pneumonia and malnutrition.

PS Kenya works with a network of 451 primary health facilities across 47 counties of Kenya.

PS Kenya works with the Ministry of Health to promote healthy lives for Kenyans through the following Ministry of Health Divisions:

  • National Malaria Control Program (NMCP)
  • Reproductive Health, Maternal Services Unit (RHMSU)
  • National AIDS Control Council (NACC)
  • Division of Nutrition
  • Division of Non Communicable Diseases
  • Neonatal, Child and Adolescent Health Unit (NCAHU)
  • National AIDS and STDs Control Program (NASCOP)
  • Health Promotion Unit (HPU)
  • Community Health Services (CHS).
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