The news article by Citizen Digital- a local media house in Kenya- on 5th July 2022 about the alarming reality of HIV/AIDs prevalence in Kenya and teenage pregnancies has sparked discussions on social media.
The ‘Providing Opportunities for Women in Entrepreneurship and Reproductive Health’ project, or quite simply POWER for short, is a brand new joint-initiative developed by JUHUDI AFRICA and our long-term partner in Kenya, Action for Health Kenya
When Rose Katana got married in 2019, her main prayer was to one day give birth to a healthy baby. Being a woman living with a disability, she could not go ahead with her plans of conceiving without consulting a doctor to weigh in on whether there would be any risks.
In 2020, women and girls accounted for 63% of all new HIV infections in sub-Saharan Africa, with young women in the region twice as likely to be living with HIV than men. Discrimination, gender stereotyping and the continued violation of women’s rights lead to