LVCT Health is a Kenyan non-governmental and not-for-profit organization registered in 2001 after a research project that pioneered the first three HIV voluntary counselling and testing centres in Kenya.Read More
We seek to contribute to global and national goals of reducing new HIV infections, HIV related mortality and morbidity by focusing on the following priority areas articulated in our strategic plan.
We work in 25 counties out of 47 in Kenya
LVCT Health was the first organisation in Kenya to develop and implement HIV Testing and counselling services through... Read More
HIV partner notification is a voluntary process where trained health workers, including lay providers, ask people diagnosed with... Read More
Established in 2006, LVCT Health’s award winning one2oneTM Integrated Digital Platform (OIDP) is a peer-led, multi-platform safe space... Read More
By Linet Okoth and Lynda Keeru In Kenya, Community Health Volunteers (CHVs) are arguably one of the most important and useful cadres of health services providers because: They live within the community and regularly interact with the community members that they serve They gather the data at the community level The data they collect is […]
We are pleased to share with you a new series of videos on the introduction of daily oral PrEP in Kenya that provides valuable lessons on how to fit this newer HIV prevention option into the lives of people who need it. Lessons from the Field is a series of video case studies of issues […]
THE BIGGEST AIDS CONFERENCE IN AFRICA The International Conference on AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Infections in Africa (ICASA) is a major international AIDS conference which takes place in Africa. It is a very important conference as Africa has one of the largest populations living with HIV. Currently biennial, it alternates hosting between Anglophone and Francophone […]
By Carol Ajema Over the years, several innovations have been developed and tested to address violence against women (VAW) and girls. These interventions seek to strengthen prevention and/or response to violence against women and girls. They include SASA! , IMAGES, Bystander Intervention, Skhokho Supporting Success, Good School Tool Kit, amongst others. While positive results have been achieved through these models […]
The Bi- annual Maisha Conference 2017 organized by National AIDS Control Council (NACC) and its partners, was held between the 28th and 31st May 2017 at the Hilton Hotel in Nairobi. Preceded by a very lively, sprightly and creative day dubbed the “Youth Symposium”, and themed, “Youth na Plan”. It brought together young people from all walks of life and a near full representation from all 47 counties in Kenya.