About KANCO

The Kenya AIDS NGOs Consortium (KANCO) is a national membership network of NGOs, CBOs, and FBOs, Private Sector actors, Research and Learning Institutions involved in or that have interest in HIV & AIDS , TB and other public health care concerns in Kenya such as Malaria, Nutrition, Community Harm Reduction(among injecting drug users) among others.

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Kenya AIDS NGOs Consortium (KANCO)
Regent Management Limited Court
Opposite Nairobi Womens Hospital
Argwings Kodhek Road/ Block C
P.O. Box 69866-00400, Nairobi - Kenya
Mobile:+254722203344
Landline: 020 2323533/020 2434615/020 20323506/020 2322657
Email: kanco@kanco.org

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KANCO Newsletter June_Issue 1_2019.pdf

GAVI-HSS Project manager Ms. Elizabeth Muchoki with the AMREF and NVIP teams during the development of CHV training m-learning curriculum workshop

Inside this issue:

  • Strengthening the Community Strategy in Kenya:Empowered CHV’s for improved and effective immunization services
  • An Option or an Obligation: The GAVI HSS Grant the Unreached Children,

KANCO Newsletter May Issue 4_2019

An ISP and her clients in Tharaka Nithi County during KANCOs support supervision visit

Inside this issue:

  • TB ARC 2: Finding the Missing TB Cases
  • Fighting TB in Boarder Counties
  • KANCO Kakamega DIC earns National Recognition

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KANCO Newsletter May 2019 Issue 1

 

African Immunization Week Procession in Ngando ward supported by KANCO under the GAVI-HSS project

In this Issue:
World Immunization
Week 2019:

  •  Parliamentary Engagement for Immunization
  • KANCO Hosts a Child Health Outreach Camp
  • CSOs sensitization for increased demand for  immunization
  • Media Sensitization on Child Health
  • Finding the Missing Immunization Cases
  • Immunization Schedule Kenya

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KANCO Weekly Bulletin: March Issue 4

R-L : The CS Health Sicily Kariuki and the Kiambu County First Lady Susan Waititu unveiling the National Strategic Plan for Tuberculosis, Leprosy and Lung Health 2019/2023

Inside this issue;