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Leap, the mHealth platform is a mobile learning solution for training health care workers, wherever they are, whenever you need to, using their mobile device, whether basic or smart phone. Leap employs an appropriate mobile learning, micro-learning approach, known as mPedagogy to train and empower health workers on various health matters.


Health workers are able to go through learning materials at their own pace, while in the community, providing for both interpersonal and community aspects of learning.

M-Jali, Mobile Jamii Afya Link, is a Community Health Engagement Platform for data collection and reporting at household level, by Community Health Workers (CHWs).


M-Jali operates even in the most remote areas of Africa, providing Governments and health facilities access to timely, accurate and complete health data; at the press of a button.

Innovative Partnership for Universal Sustainable Healthcare (i-PUSH): an innovative programme focusing on health financing through increasing the financing for Women of Reproductive Age in Kenya as well as increasing health knowledge on maternal and child health.

In partnership with National Health Insurance Fund, Amref Enterprises Limited works with Community Health Workers through technology innovations to increase insurance coverage, earning revenue in form of commission or service delivery.

Strategic Purchasing Africa Resource Centre (SPARC): a new initiative to strengthen strategic purchasing expertise in sub-Saharan Africa and move countries closer to universal health coverage, launched by Results for Development (R4D) in partnership with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.


Housed within Amref Health Africa, SPARC will match country demand with needed technical expertise by brokering tailored packages of strategic purchasing support.

Hosting Strategic Secretariats or Knowledge Centres for UHC – To promote learning, knowledge sharing and evidence creation for UHC. AEL will host different initiatives in Health Financing and Access. This will result in generation of tools and material that will form a revenue stream for AEL. This will serve as a resource and knowledge management hubs, allowing us to learn more about what works in which contexts while aggregating lessons learned and supporting resources towards the achievement of UHC.

Amref Medical Centre (AMC): initially established as a staff clinic to provide outpatient medical services for the Amref Health Africa staff and their dependents, the clinic has transitioned and expanded its services to become one of the preferred outpatient medical services provider.

Amref Central Laboratory (ACL) aims to take the lead in delivery of quality assured laboratory diagnostic services. Building on years of experience and goodwill form the East African Region and beyond, the lab seeks to foster new, and strengthen existing, partnerships with health service delivery organizations in Africa and beyond.


We have learnt about cleft lip and palate through Leap. The grandchild of one of the ladies in my household was born with a cleft lip. They had been advised to book a reconstructive surgery for the child, all the way in Kijabe but when I heard about this, I remembered that I had learnt […]

Gianaphina Mwende, Ilatu CU, Makueni County

The registration service has been brought closer home through the CHWs. Household members no longer have to worry about the traveling costs to an NHIF office or a Huduma Center, 30km away for some of the community members, hence more people have enrolled! MJALi has also made reporting easier and faster since all data is […]

Joyce Mueni, Sub County Community Focal Person, Laikipia East Sub County, Laikipia County

In my community, livestock is the most precious asset. The second most important asset is the children. I convinced the man by telling him that skilled delivery would ensure safe birth to a child who will help him take care of his livestock. When my neighbour’s wife went into labour that night, I sent a […]

Lochuch Lokitany, Community Health Worker, Marti CU, Samburu County

I currently pay KES 1,000 per hospital visit, mostly for malaria and pneumonia treatment for my children. NHIF will be of great help!”

Shiphirah, household member, Lamuria CU, Laikipia County