Kenya Community Health Network is committed to effectively, and efficiently meet the needs of its clients. The primary clients of Kenya Community Health Network are those individuals, families, and communities who avail of its services and programs.
To effectively and efficiently meet the needs of our clients, in keeping with the lines of our work, the management, staff and volunteers will work with a broad range of partners including:
- The Ministry of Health and other Government departments both regionally and nationally;
- Foundations, auxiliaries, private service providers, community based organizations, private business, nongovernmental organizations;
- The general public;
- Advisory committees, volunteers;
- schools, school boards and post secondary institutions ;
- The media;
We recognize our partners as the drivers of change as they have the knowledge and experience about the environment in which they work. Planning generally involves an interactive dialogue with them about how to build on current work or which of their priorities best aligns with our thematic and geographic priorities. So far we have partnered with:
Africa Medical Research foundation(AMREF)
Gender & Water Alliance (GWA)
National AIDS Control Council
National AIDS/STD Control Program (NASCOP)
By working in partnership, we mobilize communities to make positive changes happen and for greater longer-term impact. Women and youth have improved access to skills and opportunities, which results in enhanced self-esteem, confidence and leadership skills. These outcomes are ‘owned’ by the communities, so they are enabled to maintain them and pass them on to the next generation.