|Global Fund Round 10|
In August 2012, HOPE worldwide Kenya received funding from Global Fund through Kenya Red Cross Society to implement components of the Road Towards an HIV Free Society–Global Fund Round 10 Program. The funding which is renewed annually is through to September 2016.The overall goal is to contribute to the reduction of new HIV infections and AIDS related morbidity and mortality for a HIV free society in Kenya.
The program is implemented in Nakuru and Naivasha districts in Nakuru County.
The program is implemented under two strategic objectives:
Activities/Outputs for Year One (FY01):
i. Conduct 3 trainings on CHBC targeting 30 Community Health Workers (CHWs), each training reaching a total of 91 CHWs
ii. 91 CHWs engaged
iii. 2,041 People Living with HIV (PLHIV) reached with CBHC services
iv. Conduct 65,653 Home visits by CHWs (2 monthly per PLHIV)
i. Conduct 70 outreaches targeting 691 women who will be referred and tracked to deliver in a health facility
ii. Conduct 7 outreaches targeting 69 men to enhance male involvement in PMTCT
i. Train 20 MARPs (15 Sex Workers (SWs) and 5 Men having Sex with Men (MSMs) in Peer Education using the national PE MARPs curriculum
ii. 20 MARPs Peer Educators (8 SWs and 2 MSMs) engaged
iii. Reach 4,150 sex workers (with 4 core interventions: IEC, HTC, condoms, counseling on safe behavior in 415 outreaches
iv. Reach 813 MSMs with (4 core interventions: IEC, HTC, condoms, counseling on safe behavior in 81 outreaches