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Radio Programme on Reproductive Health on Air Again from November 28th
Posted in RH by Johanna Wesemann on October 31st, 2007

“Get connected”, a weekly radio programme focusing on reproductive health issues will go on air again from November 28th with support of the GTZ special fund for HIV/AIDS and youth. The programme will be transmitted on Sundays, 3 pm to 4 pm on KBC English Service.

Pursuing the MDGs
Posted in General, RH, SWAP by Mwaila Margaret on October 31st, 2007

The attached United Nations’ Report of the Secretary-General on the Work of the Organization, contains the revised MDG framework, the Revised Millennium Development Goal monitoring framework, including new targets and indicators as recommended by the Inter-Agency and Expert Group on Millennium Development Goal Indicators. The following target and corresponding indicators have been added:

Join in Circuit Taking Shape in Kenya
Posted in IEC by Mwaila Margaret on October 29th, 2007

The GTZ-Health Sector Programme jointly with MoH’s Division of Reproductive Health is supporting the adaptation of Join in Circuit in Kenya together with a few implementing agencies. A number of activities have taken place and the team is now gearing up for a pretest as well as a Facilitators training. The pretest will take place [...]

InWEnt Online Course: HIV/Aids - Face to Face Seminar in Nairobi
Posted in General, HIV/AIDS Mainstreaming by Mary Ann on October 26th, 2007

InWent has organised a five day face to face workshop which will take place from 29th October to 2nd November in Nairobi in order to enable participants of the InWEnt online course to evaluate HIV/AIDs projects and so put into practice what they have learned during the E-Learning phase. 07_10_24 Program Group 1 Nairobi f2f.pdf

Technical Cooperation with Kenya:Brief Description of the Cooperation Programme (CP)
Posted in Resources by Roselyne Mburu on October 25th, 2007

Despite the efforts by the Kenyan Government to bring about fundamental reforms, the country has a totally inadequate health care system. Maternal and infant mortality rates, as well as other major health indicators, have shown a clearly negative trend since the 1990s. The rate of HIV/AIDS in young girls is over 10% (2003).

Technische Zusammenarbeit mit Kenia
Posted in General, SWAP by Roselyne Mburu on October 25th, 2007

Kenia verfügt trotz Bemühungen seiner Regierung zu grundlegenden Reformen über ein völlig unzureichendes Gesundheitssystem. Mütter- und Säuglingssterblichkeit sowie weitere zentrale Gesundheitsindikatoren weisen seit den 1990er Jahren einen deutlich negativen Trend auf. Die HIV/AIDS-Rate bei jungen Mädchen liegt über 10% (2003).

Joint Review Mission (JRM) Stakeholders Workshop Held
Posted in General, SWAP by Roselyne Mburu on October 25th, 2007

A JRM workshop was held at the KICC on the 23rd and 24th of October 2007. The main objective of the workshop was to serve as a forum for sector partners to review progress and agree on the way forward in the implementation of the NHSSP II. The workshop also reviewed on the progress achieved [...]

BMZ Mission - Ms Dagmar Krenz to Kenya
Posted in General, Policy, SWAP by Mary Ann on October 24th, 2007

Ms Dagmar Krenz, responsible for the Country Desks, Kenya and Tanzania will be visiting the German Development Cooperation programmes in Kenya from 25th to 28th October. Health Sector Developments with relevance to GDC programmes will be presented to her during a country team meeting on 25th October at the German Embassy.

GTZ Support to National Steering Committee on Gender and FGM
Posted in General by Sam Ogola on October 23rd, 2007

GTZ was recently invited to input in the discussion of research findings on FGM among the little known Munyoyaya community in Tana River District. Very interesting findings were generated. As a result, the forum decided to call the major

Joint Annual Review 23rd-24th October at KICC
Posted in General, SWAP by Mary Ann on October 23rd, 2007

The Joint Annual review is a strategic manangement instrument, designed for GOK, Development Partners, Implementing Partners and key stakeholders, to monitor progress in the implementation of the annual plans and to verify that managment and policy reponsibilities are met.

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