HERAF

Our Achievements

Strategic Area 1: Empower citizens to comprehend the human rights based approach to health

Sensitization campaigns

  • Human rights information, education and communication materials developed and disseminated
  • Increased number of individuals and civil society organisations aware of Kenya’s Constitution and the right to health.

Human rights based approach capacity trainings

  • Increased number of civil society organisations with capacity to design and implement projects transforming negative gender attitudes, behaviours, norms and practices to reduce women’s vulnerability to HIV infections.
  • Increased number of projects transforming negative gender attitudes, behaviours, norms and practices developed and implemented by civil society organisations to reduce women’s vulnerability to HIV infections.  
  • Improved quality of gender sensitive and gender transformative HIV projects developed and implemented by civil society organisations in Kenya

Health care services at health facility levels

  • Increased number of health care workers in Kenya aware of human rights and how such rights relate to HIV and healthcare services delivery.
  • Improved awareness among health care workers on health rights for sexual minorities in Kenya.
  • Increased number of clients satisfied with HIV and healthcare services offered by healthcare workers in health facilities
  • Increased number of sexual minorities in Kenya accessing and comfortable with quality of HIV and healthcare services provided by healthcare workers in public health facilities 

Health care services at community

  • Increased number of community driven initiatives strengthened for elimination of new HIV infections among children and keeping their mothers alive in Kwale County, Kenya.
  • Increased number of community members benefiting from community driven initiatives for elimination of new HIV infections among children and keeping mothers alive in Kwale County, Kenya.

 

Strategic Area 2: Promote citizens’ advocacy in development and implementation of health sector policies at national and county levels

Research on components of health system

Policy advocacy platforms

  • Increased number of civil society organisations participating effectively in the development and implementation of rights-based health policies in Kenya.
  • Increased number of health policies and laws capturing civil society organisations contributions developed and implemented

Health and related Campaigns

  • Debt2Health
  • SDG
  • Universal health coverage
  • Global fund financing sustainability

Strategic Area 3: Increase citizen’s participation in County and National government’s planning and budget making processes

Governance

  • Increased number of citizens aware of their roles and responsibilities in governance and management of health facilities
  • Increased number of community members aware of their roles and responsibilities, and duties of the government in promoting and providing quality healthcare services.
  • Increased number of community members engaging with healthcare workers and health management teams to improve quality of healthcare services in their local health facilities.

Planning

  • Increased number of informed citizens participating in planning and decision-making forums for improvement of health services delivery in local health facilities.
  • Increased number of clients satisfied with governance, management and quality of healthcare services offered in local health facilities.

Budget making processes

  • Increased number of civil society organisations advocating to the government to reform budget policies in Kenya.
  • Increased advocacy efforts by civil society to national government to increase budgetary allocation and utilization for family planning programmes in Kenya.
  • Increased number of budget policies developed and supported by civil society organisations implemented.
  • Increased number of civil society organisations participating in budget making processes at County government levels in Kenya.
  • Improved quality of county governments budgets informed by all stakeholders contributions.
  • Increased number of citizen’s seeking for information and participating in development and implementation of County government’s budget.
  • Amounts and quality of budgetary information availed by County and National governments to citizens for their participation in budget making and implementation processes.

 

Strategic Area 4: Promote social accountability and transparency at national and county levels

Participatory user surveys

Monitoring health sector budget implementation

  • Improved number of community members with capacity for monitoring promotion and quality of healthcare services provided in their local healthcare facilities.

Development and implementation of social accountability tools (These includes but not limited to Community Score Cards, services charters, complaints management and re-address systems )

  • Improved number of community member’s satisfied quality of healthcare services offered in their local health facilities.

 

 
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