How to contact AMREF in Africa

Regional offices in Africa

AMREF Ethiopia
Yeka Sub City
Kebele 08/15
House No 059 Diaspora Road
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Tel: +251 11 662 78 51
Fax: +251 11 6627887
Website: www.amref.org

AMREF FLYING DOCTORS
Wilson Airport, PO Box 18617 – 00500
Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: +254 (0) 20 6992000
Fax: +254 (0) 20 344170
Email: info@flydoc.org
Website: www.flydoc.org

AMREF Headquarters
PO Box 27691-00506
Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: +254 20 6993000
Fax: +254 20 609518
Email: info@amrefhq.org
Website: www.amref.org
www.standupforafricanmothers.com

AMREF Kenya
P O Box 30125-00100
Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: +254 20 6994000
Fax: +254 20 6006340
Email: info.kenya@amref.org
Website: www.amref.org

AMREF South Africa
Hillcrest Forum Building
731 Duncan Street (Corner Lynwood Rd)
Pretoria, South Africa
(Post Net Suite 92, Private Bag X19, Menlo Park, 0102)
Tel: +2712 362 3135/6/3127
Fax: +2712 362 3102
Email: info.za@amref.org
Website: www.amref.org

AMREF South Sudan
Off Airport Road to the Ministries
Opp UN-OCHA
Juba
Tel: +249 955 442486
Website: www.amref.org

AMREF Tanzania
Ali Hassan Mwinyi Road
Plot 1019
P O Box 2773
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Tel: +2116610/2153103/2127187
Fax: +2115823
Email: info.tanzania@amref.org
Website: www.amref.org

AMREF Uganda
Plot 29
Nakasero Road
Kampala, Uganda
Tel: +256 41 4250319; 4344579;
4346822; 2261418; 2261419
Fax: +256 41-4344565
Email: info.uganda@amref.org
Website: www.amref.org

AMREF West Africa
Lot 3 VDN Mermoz Immeuble Imprimerie Graphi Plus
BP 16533 Dakar Fann, Sénégal
Tel : +221 33 860 60 08
Fax : +221 33 860 60 03
Email : ngom.mor@amref.org
Website: www.amref.org

 

Kenya - key health statistics


  • The government only contributes to 54% of health care services. As a result, non governmental, private and faith-based organisations and traditional healers fill the gap in health care provision.

  • Only half of the population of Kenya has access to safe water and proper sanitation.

  • Up to 60% of public hospital beds are filled with HIV/AIDS patients at any one time

  • 15% of women aged 15-40 die during childbirth .


Ethiopia - key health statistics


  • 85% of the population live in rural areas where it is more difficult to access health care

  • Although 92% of the population has potential access to health care only a third actually use the health service

  • 60% of health workers leave their job within a year, many abandoning the public sector for better paid posts in the private sector

  • Infant mortality levels are 77 for every 1000 live births

  • Child mortality - deaths before the age of five- sits at 123 per 1,000 live births

  • Less than a quarter of the population have access to safe water