What we Believe

No Child should be marginalized or discriminated because of HIV/AIDS

World Aids Day celebration. The theme was: getting to zero, zero new infection, zero death and zero discrimination.


Water and sanitation

Water related diseases can be reduced through use of local sustainable innovative initiatives. Community health workers being trained on making of simple hand washing facilities. (left on white and black T-Shirt is KESHA CEO)


No child should die of hunger or malnutrition

The organization supports minor scheme irrigation farming, kitchen garden and multi-story gunny farming.

Most vulnerable

All needy children should be supported to live normal life

KESHA/APHIA PLUS Imarisha and community members during handing over a wheel chair to a disabled child Capacity building and empowerment

The child supported with a wheelchair has been enrolled to polytechnic for a 1 year tailoring course.

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

University of Nairobi