SRHR Alliance in Kenya

Working together to increase Access to Reproductive Health
and Rights.



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SRHR Alliance Kenya

The SRHR Alliance in Kenya is a coalition of 17 civil society organizations and institutions working to promote the sexual and reproductive health and rights of young people and women in Africa, Asia and the Europe. The alliance was first established in the Netherlands in 2010. In Kenya the alliance brings together 17 organizations comprising of Africa Alive (AA), AMREF Health Africa, Anglican Development Services (ADS) Nyanza,


The goal of the SRHR Alliance is to deliver SRHR information directly to young people, by making sure


Increasing access and quality of SRH Services is key for the alliance and through select partner organizations

Enabling Environment

After decades of efforts to improve adolescent sexual and reproductive health (SRH), it has become increasingly

Youth Participation

The SRHR Alliance aspires to have young people at the center and as leaders of our work. The participation of young people


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Upcoming Events

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Women and men reached with sexual reproductive health information
Community members and leaders engaged towards a supportive SRHR environment
Health care Providers trained on essential service provision towards increased access to SRHR services
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