APHIAPlus Nyanza/ Western (APHIAplus Nyanza)

USAID/Kenya supported an integrated service delivery model to improve the health of Kenyans across the country. The AIDS, Population and Health Integrated Assistance Program, also known as APHIAPlus, combined family planning, maternal/child health, malaria, nutrition, tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and treatment services to provide an integrated, high-quality, equitable approach to sustainable services at the national, county, and community levels. Integrating these activities through one program provided more effective communication and coordination with county health administrators. Seamless services and technical support at the local level ensure health workers addressed the unique needs of each geographic area across the country.

Activity Description

Activity Description

AIDS, Population and Health Integrated Assistance Western Kenya worked to build equitable and sustainable health service delivery systems for some of Kenya’s most vulnerable populations.

The activity worked at a community level to improve the health and general well-being of marginalized families through increased access to food, water, sanitation, and hygiene, education, life skills and income generating activities. It also built the capacity of health care workers through mentorship and medical education on essential health services.

Expected Outcomes

Expected Outcomes
  • Provide integrated health services for more than ten million people in Nyanza and Western Provinces
  • Support the Ministries of Health to improve and expand services for HIV and AIDS, reproductive health and family planning, tuberculosis, malaria and maternal and child health
  • Improve and expand civil society activities to increase healthy behaviors
  • Reduce stigma and establish safety nets for people living with HIV

Actual Outcomes

Actual Outcomes
  • Supports 796 health facilities, 158 community units, 17 local implementing partners supporting HIV prevention work, and 75 community-based organizations dealing with orphans and vulnerable children
  • 2,306,198 individuals counseled and tested for HIV
  • 559,336 pregnant women tested for HIV and provided with prevention of mother-to-child transmission services if positive
  • 47,569 clients newly initiated to anti-retroviral treatment
  • 177,905 orphans and vulnerable children supported
2011 - 2015
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