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20 Years of an Impactful Journey

LVCT Health celebrated 20 years of rich history, journey and progress towards delivering health outcomes in Kenya and beyond.

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Transformative Learning for Sexual Reproductive Health Information in Kenya

The One2One website, a cornerstone of LVCT's educational approach, has revolutionized the way children of age learn about sexual education, fostering learning experiences that cater to children who might not necessarily know where to find sex education information.

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Building Healthier Communities

Our work focuses on the most vulnerable and
marginalized populations most at risk of getting HIV infections and negative sexual reproductive health

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Our work is anchored in a Research-Policy-Practice -RPP framework (Hatua model) through which we implement evidence informed programs.

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Safeguarding and child protection

Protecting children, young people and vulnerable adults from harm in the communities where we work is central to achieving our mission of empowering healthy communities.

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Spotlight 2023

Over 1 million

Individuals tested for HIV


Studies/ Evaluations undertaken (and ongoing)

4.8 Million+

Adolescent and young people reached with HIV, sexual reproductive health and GBV information through our one2one™ digital platform, OKY App period tracker and mainstream media

We work in 34 of 47 counties in Kenya

LVCT Health Prepares to Host Liverpool Community Health Change-Makers for a Learning Visit in Homa Bay, Kenya

Five Liverpool-based community and health ‘change-makers’ will travel to Homa Bay County in Western Kenya from September. This learning exchange is facilitated by the Institute of Resilient Health Systems at Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and LVCT Health, Kenya, and funded through the THET Global Health Workforce Programme.

Featured Projects

USAID Stawisha Pwani

The USAID Stawisha Pwani is a five-year program funded by  PEPFAR through USAID to increase the use of quality county-led health services support in Kilifi, Mombasa, Kwale and Taita Taveta.

LVCT Dhibiti

CDC Dhibiti Project is a five-year project funded by the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC in Kenya).


The Strengthening TB and HIV Response in Kenya Prisons (STAR) is a five-year project that aims at reducing HIV/TB infections in the Kenyan prison population and reduce the mortality and morbidity of HIV/TB-positive inmates.


Maximizing Options to Advance Informed Choice for HIV Prevention (MOSAIC) is a five-year (2021-2026) global project funded by the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief.  The program focuses on introduction and access for new biomedical prevention products to prevent HIV for women in Sub-Saharan Africa.

LVCT Vukisha95​

LVCT Vukisha95, is a five-year program funded by the U.S. Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to support sustainable implementation of comprehensive high-quality HIV prevention, care, and treatment interventions in Homa Bay and Kisii Counties.


The ARISE Hub – Accountability and Responsiveness in Informal Settlements for Equity – is a new research consortium, set up to enhance accountability and improve the health and wellbeing of marginalised populations living in informal urban settlements in low- and middle-income countries.

C-it DU-it

Community data use for integrated ANC (C-it DU-it) study targets the interface between the community and the facility seeks to strengthen community health systems in Kenya through ANC data linkage and use, learning lessons for other contexts.


Strengthening health systems by addressing community health workers’ mental well-being and agency (NIHR-SHINE) aims to develop a comprehensive approach that promotes well-being and resilience among Community Health Workers (CHWs) while incorporating training, community cohesion, and support within the health system    

Our Latest News and Success Stories

Populations We Serve

Adolescent & Young People

Half of all new HIV infections in Kenya occur among adolescents and young people.

Fishing Communities

Men and women living in fishing communities across the world are 5x more vulnerable

People living with HIV

It is estimated that there is are currently more than 1.6 million people living with HIV in Kenya.

Gender Based Violence

There is evidence that violence against women and men is a factor for increased HIV risk. 

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