Amref Health Africa through the Institute of Capacity Development (ICD) implemented a two year (June 2018 – May 2020) Infectious Diseases (IDs) project across 4 counties (Nairobi, Kakamega, Nyeri and Kilifi) in Kenya. ICD built upon the successes and the relationships established during Phase I (2015-18) of the GSK-funded programme on non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and embedded the prevention, diagnosis and management of the prevalent IDs –pneumonia and diarrhoea – within the targeted counties while also focusing on advocacy for prioritization of NCDs. The project purpose was to contribute to the reduction in morbidity and mortality related to infectious diseases (pneumonia and diarrhoea) and non-communicable (diabetes and asthma).

Donor/Partner: GSK
Region: Botswana


Achievements have been captured in the project close out report which you can download below.