Our Key Accomplishments

  1. Supported the provision of quality HIV testing services to 257,535 individuals and linked 94% of people who tested positive to treatment.
  2. Currently supporting 63,770 clients on treatment in Nairobi and Kajiado.
  3. Encouraged 149,493 pregnant women to complete antenatal care appointments and 216,382 women to access skilled delivery services.
  4. Helped to fully immunize 196,974 infants and supported the counties to vaccinate 94,839 children aged 12-23 months against measles by the time they were 12 months.
  5. Through the Urban Community-Led Total Sanitation (UCLTS) strategy implemented by UoN- USAID FYJ, 20 villages benefited from sanitation facilities giving access to toilets and handwashing facilities to over 10000 people.
  6. Supporting counties in establishing effective health staff and health commodity management.
  7. Strengthening electronic medical records and improving the management of HIV/AIDS clients at the county and facility levels.
  8. Supporting localization through the health systems strengthening component, to strengthen Nairobi and Kajiado Countiesโ€™ capacity for leadership, governance, and strategic planning.

This year UoNโ€™s USAID Fahari ya Jamii projected supported:

  • Mbagathi County Referral Hospital to launch its first five-year strategic plan. The hospital is one of four level five county referral hospitals and is key in the implementation of the county health sector strategic plan. The strategic plan, which draws from the county health sector strategic plan, was developed over 3 years with USAID Fahari ya Jamii providing technical and logistical support for its development over the last year. The strategic plan, 2021-2026, is aimed at transforming the facility into a modern level five health facility that will serve as a key County referral hospital providing a variety of specialized services including a center of excellence for the management of Advanced HIV Disease (AHD) over the next five years.
  • Pumwani Maternity Hospital College of Nursing and Midwifery to develop the first five-year strategy and aimed at transforming the institution into a center of excellence for quality medical training in Nairobi County.


  1. Sensitized 576 community health volunteers to provide community health interventions.