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The Embu People
Gender Aspects in HIV/AIDS Infection and Prevention in Kenya
According to National Aids Control Council, the national prevalence rate stood at 14 per cent in the year 2000, being higher or lower in some areas than others. This fell from 13.1 per cent in 2001 to 10.2 per cent in 2003 ...
Street Children In Kenya
Street Children in Kenya provides an in-depth examination of the experiences of street children in Nairobi, Kenya. Drawing from participant observations, individual and focus group interviews, the authors, Kilbride, Suda, ...
Social Health Insurance Scheme for All Kenyans
The health sector reforms that have hitherto taken place (including introduction of National Health Insurance Fund, free health services, cost-sharing, exemptions and waivers, etc) have all aimed largely at addressing ...
HIV/AIDS Financing and Spending in Eastern and Southern Africa
Substantial financial and human resources from donors, governments, civil society organisations and the private sector have been committed to fighting HIV/AIDS since it was first discovered in Africa. As more resources are ...
Combating HIV/ AIDS in Kenya
HIV/AIDS pandemic has emerged as one of the leading challenges to global public health and development. The report on the global AIDS epidemic shows that about 40 million people are currently living with the virus worldwide. ...