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.
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 27 counties out of 47 in Kenya
LVCT Health won the 1st runners up position in the National Diversity & Inclusion Awards and Recognition (DIAR) 2019, in... Read More
Between June 2014 and December 2017, LVCT Health implemented a demonstration project on how daily oral pre-exposure prophylaxis... Read More
In 2018, LVCT Health was honoured at the annual Employer of the Year Awards (EYA) in Nairobi,... Read More
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
Nothing has come easy for Carol, 20, a casual laborer and part-time student who lives in Kenya’s largest informal settlement, Kibera. Carol’s struggles began when she was only 5 months old. Her mother left her in the care of her grandmother and never returned. While her age-mates are gently easing their way into adulthood, Carol […]Read More
LVCT Health Youth program partnered with Josiah G. Memorial Kariuki foundation to create awareness on mental health among adolescents and youth. Mental illness is common in Kenya, with prevalence rates of 4% for major mental disorders, which is comparable with the prevalence rates reported in high-income countries. Poverty, unemployment, internal conflict, displacement and HIV) add […]Read More
The Kiambu County and the OPTIONS Consortium, hosted by LVCT Health and Kiambu County Health Management Team conducted a three-day Learning Collaborative with health policy makers, program implementers and community-based organizations to share experiences and resources on pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) – a daily HIV prevention drug for individuals experiencing ongoing HIV risk. The Learning Collaborative […]Read More
In March 2019, curtains came down on the Towards Universal Comprehensive Health Care (TOUCH) Plus project, whose main aims were twofold: To integrate HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) services for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) persons in 27 public health facilities in Kenya. To reduce harmful social outcomes, resulting from stigma and discrimination, […]Read More