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APHIAplus Nuru ya Bonde Newsletters

2012–2015 — Each newsletter features activities of the project in Kenya, including profile pieces, impact data and site visits from funders and stakeholders. The APHIAplus Nuru ya Bonde project is funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by FHI 360.

  • July 2015. In this newsletter: mobile phones improve maternal care, health facilities receive maternal and child health equipment, reusable sanitary pads help keep girls in school, and fishing communities learn how to reduce the spread of HIV.
  • December 2014. In this newsletter: using health data to improve decision making, involving people living with HIV to help in prevention, empowering young women through a peer network, and site visit from First Lady Margaret Kenyatta.
  • April–June 2014. In this newsletter: capacity development and site visit from Assistant Administrator for Global Health at USAID.
  • December 2013. In this newsletter: workshop report from Building Capacity in Analysis and Use of District HIV/AIDS Data workshop, August 2013.
  • August 2013. In this newsletter: capacity development, strengthened quality improvement process, increased economic development opportunities, and improved data analysis and interpretation skills. 
  • March 2013. In this newsletter: reproductive health education for people with disabilities, agriculture and dairy goat farming, empowering women, and cancer management training for healthcare workers.
  • June 2012. In this newsletter: home-based HIV counselling and testing, support groups develop beekeeping business, providing clinical mentorship and supportive supervision to health care providers, and community-based nutrition success.