LVCT Health

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Our Identity

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.

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What We Do

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.

 

Where We Work

We work in 25 counties out of 47 in Kenya

What we do

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.

Increasing Access to Comprehensive HIV, SGBV and SRH Services .Our theory of change, provides a succinct overview of what we do and the impact we aim to achieve.

We aim at ensuring equitable access to high quality HIV Prevention, HIV Testing Services, HIV Care and Treatment and SGBV services to all who need them.

Undertaking relevant Research, Learning and Knowledge Management

We generate, document and disseminate knowledge and evidence to improve internal and external learning, accountability and decision-making. We undertake operations and implementation science research and utilise evidence to advocate for and provide technical support to governments for development, review and implementation of policies.

Influencing policies

LVCT Health undertakes evidence informed policy advocacy and technical support to governments and non-state actors for development, review and implementation of policies that support improved access to, and quality of HIV and related services for the populations that we serve. We engage in strategic partnerships with other organisations for greater policy impact.

Strengthening health systems

In addition to directly delivering HIV services and programs, one of our biggest roles is as a technical support resource for strengthening health systems in Kenya. We do this through building technical and organisational capacities Timisha model of local organisations, supporting counties and the national government to strengthen HIV service delivery and reporting systems as well as training and on job mentorship of health care workers and other service providers.

 

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Our Impact

 

1.2 M + People in Kenya tested for HIV Annually

85% Linkage to Care for all persons tested HIV Positive

91% Achieving Viral Suppression for All Populations

5M Individuals Reached with HIV Prevention interventions

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