Amref Health Africa in Kenya today launched a Continuous Quality Improvement toolkit to guide its staff in improving quality of coverage of health care services in all its areas of intervention.
Amref Health Africa is saddened by the demise of Sir Andy Chande one of the first members of the Amref Health Africa in Tanzania Advisory Council who also chaired the Council from November 1991 until November 2002. Sir Chande was a member of the International Board of Amref Health...
Despite global progress in combating malaria, the disease continues to cause significant illness and death, especially in malaria-endemic areas. Malaria statistics have improved significantly; between 2010 and 2015, malaria incidence reduced by 21% and the number of deaths fell by 29% globally (and by 31% in the African region).
Amref participates in the First Lake Region Economic Bloc International Health Investment Conference
Amref Health Africa in Kenya was among key actors and stakeholders discussing various perspectives in policy formulation and investment in the Lake Region Economic Bloc Inaugural International Health Investment Conference. The Lake Region Economic Bloc is made up of 13 counties namely: Bomet, Bungoma, Busia, Homabay, Kakamega, Kericho, Kisii,...
To mark the 2017 World Water Day, Amref Health Africa in Kenya and the East Africa Breweries Limited (EABL) Foundation commissioned the Kiaoni borehole in Kanthuni Sub-County, Makueni County, Kenya, on Monday, 20 March. The project, funded by EABL Foundation, and implemented by Amref Health Africa, is in line...