Piloting a home-based approach to testing & counseling for couples

June 06, 2017
We recently wrapped up the pilot phase of our Jamii Bora study, which is testing a home-based approach to offering pregnant couples HIV testing and counseling

Social support can improve HIV care retention among youth

April 17, 2017
In a new publication, SEARCH researchers analyze the retention rate among patients they have linked to care in Kenya.

FACES research profiled in BuzzFeed

March 23, 2017
BuzzFeed News recently published a story about our new publication proving the effectiveness of integrating family planning and HIV care.

New study shows “one-stop shop” family planning care more effective for women living with HIV

March 22, 2017
New study shows integrating HIV care and family planning services reduces pregnancy rate by nearly 30 percent and increases use of effective contraception among women living with HIV.

Kisumu County Adolescent Stakeholders Forum

March 13, 2017
This week, we are preparing for the March 23rd Kisumu County Adolescent Stakeholders Forum.

New play structures keep FACES kids active

March 02, 2017
Today, in Lumumba, we received and installed the first of 8 play stations we will be adding to 8 of our busiest health facility sites across Kisumu County.

STEP Story: John Lin

February 27, 2017
R3 Internal Medicine, University of California, San Francisco Kisumu East/West Sub-County, February 2– 27, 2017

New study highlights ways to further reduce mother-to-child-transmission of HIV

February 16, 2017
A new KEMRI-FACES study identifies ways in which we can further reduce cases of mother-to-child-transmission (MTCT) of HIV.

University of Nairobi STD/HIV/SRH Collaborative Meeting

January 24, 2017
This week, our team will present several research abstracts at the Annual University of Nairobi STD/HIV/SRH Collaborative Group Meeting.

Promising results from Shamba Maisha project

January 07, 2017
In newly published findings, we show that Shamba Maisha participants not only feel better about themselves, but they also experience less stigma from community members.