Healthcare

Maternal and Child Health Services

Maternal and Child Health Services

In rural Kenya, maternal, neonatal and child morbidities and mortalities are above average, due to inadequate, or a lack of pre& post-natal care. Imbako Public Health, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health, local and international organizations, strives to assuage the situation, by promoting and supporting Maternal & Child Health Care Services among these vulnerable communities. Imbako holds Workshops on reproductive health, engages in capacity building of local community health workers, trains midwives and mobile child vaccinators, educates volunteer and interns and offers continuing education to community health workers.

Read about the Reproductive Health Workshop| See current projects in Healthcare

HIV/AIDS: Advocacy for Awareness and Prevention

HIV/AIDS: Advocacy for Awareness and Prevention

As reported by the World Health Organization, women and children in Kenya are disproportionately affected by HIV and AIDS. Those living in rural areas face an even tougher battle due to a lack of education and access to medical services. Through promotion of awareness campaigns, advocacy for prevention and enablement of educational health programs targeting local forums, Imbako public health joins the fight towards the curb of new infections and the spread of HIV/AIDS.

Imbako: Reaching women. Teaching children. Healing community.

Locations

  • USA: 48 Old Roswell Street, Alpharetta, GA 30009
  • Kenya: Githunguri Road, Kileleshwa

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Phone Numbers

  • USA: (770) 873-2107
  • Kenya: (011) 254-724-347-360

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