Radio Activations on Radio Citizen 106.7 FM (Kiswahili) and Ghetto Radio (89.5 FM), which targets the youth in middle-class and informal communities resumed the radio activations on 26th November; community radio station Ruben FM ran a radio activation from 26th November – 2nd December
Community Mobilization Coordinator, Cyprian Ondieki (l) on Ruben FM, creating awareness on KENPHIA at Mukuru Kwa Ruben Center on 28th November
The Kiambu County mini-launch took place on Monday, 26th November at the Makongeni Health Center in Thika.
Remaining county launches: Samburu, Mandera and Marsabit
CEC Member of Health for Kiambu County during the KENPHIA Launch Ceremony
Classic FM Radio Activation
From 26th November, Maina Kageni on Classic FM (105.2 FM) endorsed KENPHIA and created awareness of the data collection taking place in various parts of Nairobi. Maina Kageni and comedian Jalang’o are also involved in social media campaigns for KENPHIA
Maina Kageni’s Instagram post on KENPHIA on 30th November
Field Visit with CDC Kenya’s Country Director, Dr. DeCock
On 29th November, Dr. Kevin DeCock, one of the Principal Investigators of the survey had the opportunity to interact with field staff in Dandora where he got a chance to take part in some of the data collection activities.
Dr. DeCock (r, in a hat) getting to know the team on the ground
KENPHIA Nairobi County Launch at World AIDS Day 2018
On 1st December, the Dagoretti Sub-County grounds hosted the Nairobi County KENPHIA launch which took place at the World AIDS Day 2018 commemoration.
Hon. Esther Passaris, the Women’s Representative for Nairobi County supporting KENPHIA
The flagging off of the KENPHIA vehicles at the World AIDS Day by Nairobi County Women Rep. Ms Passaris and KENPHIA Project Director, Dr. Duncan Chege.
Some of KENPHIA’s field staff members in Narok.
KENPHIA staff awaiting to resume data collection activities in the late afternoon, in Dandora Phase III in Nairobi.