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.
Sharon Osembo joined LVCT Health as an intern and is now transitioning to pursue her Master’s Degree at the London School of Economics and Political Science. At a glance, Sharon looks composed. However, her smile is enough to invite you to a conversation. First, having a one-on-one interview with her gives a glimpse of her […]Read More
The legistlation of the Taita Taveta County Health Services Act, 2021 and its regulations in February 2022, with support from USAID Stawisha Pwani has built the financial capacity of department of health to generate and utilize resources to improve the delivery of health services. Within the first 3 months of approval, the department of health […]Read More
One of the critical pillars of health systems is good leadership that enables good governance, management, service delivery and overall improvement of population health. Studies have shown that training in leadership, management and governance accelerates the implementation of prioritized healthcare interventions by significantly enhancing the skills and knowledge of healthcare workers. Consequently, this helps achieve […]Read More
LVCT Vukisha95, engages the communities through holding meetings with the Community Advisory Board (CAB) across five Ministry of Health (MOH) integrated Drop in Centers (DiCEs) and two stand-alone DiCES implementing the Key Population (KP) program across six sub-counties in Homabay County. The meetings seek to review program progress and share feedback with the communities on […]Read More
To improve the health outcomes of the children in Kwale County, LVCT Health, through the USAID Stawisha Pwani project, brought together 22 children and their primary caregivers within two villages in Samburu, Kwale County, for a 14 days Positive Deviance (PD) Hearth camp. The children were part of 489 children who had been screened for malnutrition and […]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 34 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