Sustainable Financing of Sexual and Reproductive Health Commodities(SRHC)
In 2021, a 2-year project was initiated with the aim of advancing sustainable financing for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) in Kisumu County. This project, which received funding from the Waterloo Foundation, was implemented in collaboration with Health Action International. The primary objective was to advocate for increased domestic resource mobilization, as well as increased investments and prioritization for SRHR services.
As a result of this project, a comprehensive advocacy roadmap was developed through a multi-stakeholder approach. This roadmap serves as a guide for county stakeholders in Kisumu, enabling them to work towards achieving optimal SRH, Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health (MNCH), and SRHR services across all sub-counties. By engaging various stakeholders and fostering collaboration, this initiative aims to improve access to essential SRHR services and contribute to the overall well-being of the community in Kisumu County.