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Reproductive Health Services Going Mobile
Posted in General, IEC, RH by Mwaila Margaret on March 19th, 2011

Information on natural methods of family planning was the highest accessed menu in the mobile technology for Reproductive Health m4RH project currently being implemented in Kenya and Tanzania. Results from an ongoing formative research showed that in terms of the method mix in family planning, information on all methods was accessed by 10.3 percent of [...]

Responding to the Changing Trends of HIV Pandemic
Posted in General, HIV/AIDS Mainstreaming, IEC by christina frey on October 11th, 2010

The HIV/AIDS pandemic and the knowledge about it are constantly evolving. Adjustments and further development are therefore essential. The German Federal Centre for Health Education (BZgA) together with GTZ have designed innovative measures to respond to the changing trends of the pandemic. Join in Circuit (JIC) is one of the innovative measures developed by BZgA [...]

World Contraception Day 2010: “It is your Life, it is your Responsibility”
Posted in General, IEC, RH by Mwaila Margaret on September 25th, 2010

The World Contraception Day will be marked on 26th September. This year’s theme is ‘it’s your life, it’s your responsibility’. The theme highlights the need to encourage young people to take responsibility for contraception to prevent unplanned pregnancies and STIs/HIV. In Kenya, this event will be hosted at the Mathare Police Depot in Nairobi on [...]

Achieving MDGs 4 and 5: New Roadmap for Maternal and Newborn Health
Posted in General, IEC, RH by Klaus Hornetz on August 7th, 2010

The Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation, through the Division of Reproductive Health (DRH), is accelerating realization of Millennium Development Goals 4 and 5 through a  ’Maternal and Newborn Health Roadmap’. The Roadmap is aimed at the reduction of maternal and newborn morbidity and mortality (in order to achieve the MDGs).

Embracing Modern Technology for Improved Health Care Delivery
Posted in General, IEC, IT by christina frey on May 30th, 2010

Modern technology is now being embraced by development organisations working in the health sector as a mechanism to increase efficiency and effectiveness in health care delivery.

World AIDS Day Event: GTZ Health Programme and Bamburi Cement Co. Ltd
Posted in HIV/AIDS Mainstreaming, IEC by Mwaila Margaret on December 2nd, 2009

The GTZ Health Sector Programme (HSP) in partnership with Bamburi Cement Co. Ltd. organized a family event to mark World AIDS Day,which was marked internationally on 1st December 2009.

DMS Training for Knowledge Management Working Group
Posted in IEC, IT by christina frey on November 16th, 2009

Have you ever wondered what happens to the amounts of document that are produced not only in the Programme but the Kenyan Health Sector as a whole? Or have you ever had to walk from desk to desk to find the latest version of a concept paper you’re working on?

Men who have Sex with Men Study
Posted in HIV/AIDS Mainstreaming, Human Rights, IEC, RH by Mwaila Margaret on November 11th, 2009

The need to develop strategies targeted at most vulnerable groups to HIV/AIDS infections, including Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) is increasingly becoming indispensable in winning the war against the pandemic, especially against the backdrop of reported high vulnerability of MSM to new HIV infections.

Workshop to Validate Reproductive Health Communication Strategy
Posted in IEC, RH by Angelika Pochanke on November 5th, 2009

GTZ HSP provided technical and financial support to the Division of Reproductive Health (DRH) to develop an updated reproductive health (RH) Communication Strategy which aims to improve the reproductive health status of all Kenyans for the next three years and beyond.

Knowledge Management in the Health Sector Programme
Posted in General, IEC, IT by christina frey on November 5th, 2009

The GTZ Health Sector Program (HSP) is a knowledge-based organization and must, as the leading donor in the sector, deal with the high demand of internal and external information in a fast, efficient, and effective manner.

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