Our History

Kenya Sustainable Health Aid (KESHA) is not for profit organization working in Mwingi, Tana County and Lamu County. The organization was registered in 2008 by the Government of Kenya.  In its operation KESHA has partnership with over 72 CBOs, youth groups, women groups and self help groups in implementing its activities.

The vision of the organization is to be a leader in providing public health support to the marginalized and vulnerable populations. Its mission is to carry out activities aimed at improving the socio-economic and health of the target community.

The organization structure is constituted by board members (these are professionals), members (community) and project staff (implementers). Each group has its unique roles to enhance separation of powers for accountability. The organization is involved in education, public health governance and democracy activities. Some of the specific project includes: medical clinics (providing reproductive health and curative services), Global Fund TB R9, HIV/AIDS, Malaria Control, civic education, Tana FM radio, Water and Sanitation.

Donors, Sponsors and Partners, HCR-UK (Health Resource Communication), USAID, APHIA plus IMARISHA, Global Fund TB, AMREF Health Africa, KAS.

Founder:

Mr. Shedrack Hiribae – a Public Health/community development professional is the founder and the CEO of KESHA.

Our Vision:

To implement sustainable programs that improves health, social and livelihoods of marginalized communities.

Our Mission:

To create lasting solutions to diseases, hunger and poverty.

Our Location

About KESHA Care

Kenya Sustainable Health Aid (KESHA) is not for profit organization working in Mwingi, Tana County and Lamu County. The organization was registered in 2008 by the Government of Kenya. In its operation KESHA has partnership with over 72...Read More

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