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Successfully linked to care

Under PEPFAR (2004-2009; 2010-2015; 2016-2021), some of our key achievements include 72,383 AGYW served in Siaya County under DREAMS; 701 OVC served in Siaya County under the one-child-at-a-time (OCAT) program; 2,835,202 counseled and tested in Homabay,  Migori, Kisii, Siaya, Nairobi, Trans Nzoia, Uasin Gishu, Turkana, West Pokot, Busia and Kisumu counties (with 90,604 testing positive and 87% linked to ART); 662,066 adolescent and adult men offered VMMC and 2,568 MOH staff trained on VMMC service delivery in Homabay, Migori, Kisumu, Siaya, Busia, West Pokot, Turkana, and Nairobi counties; 43,190 youth aged 10-24 years and 23,910 parents and primary care- givers of adolescents reached with EBIs; 8,363 AGYW, KPs and fisherfolk (FFx) at risk of HIV provided with PrEP;  18,044 KPs served in  Homabay, Migori, Kisumu and Siaya counties; and 152,172 FFx served in Homabay and Siaya counties. IRDO was the leading implementing partner of VMMC in Kenya until 2016,  and the largest provider of HTS in the former Nyanza Province up to 2014 when HTS was  scaled down.


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Fisherfolk Members Reached

Between 2018 and 2021, as a sub-awardee of AMREF and  KRCS, IRDO also trained 256 facilitators of EBIs and reached 41,405 adolescents and youth aged 10-24 years and 6,692 parents and primary care-givers of adolescents aged 10-17 years with EBIs; trained and engaged 161 CHVs who provided home-based care services to a cohort of 2,816 PLHIV; reached 5,225 FSWs and 725 MSM with HIV services; conducted contact screening for 4,994 adults and 394 children To support the above programs, IRDO  maintains M&E Framework that guides monitoring of achievements and  documentation of desired results. Annually, we develop M&E plan, which details program’s objectives and interventions to achieve them, and how to measure outcomes.

IRDO has aligned its reporting both to the donors’ and national health systems by ensuring use of approved MOH and PEPFAR data collection and reporting tools. Monthly/quarterly, we submit progress reports to MOH or PEPFAR through KHIS, DATIM or 3PM. Under  PEPFAR supported program, we deployed point of care (POC) systems, mUzima® (for HTS), KenyaEMR® (for KPs), ODK (HH listing, AGYW graduation); electronic databases in Ms. Access® (for FFx, KPs, HTS); and PEPFAR’s web based DREAMS Database to capture and analyze data for program improvement. Our Strategic Information  Department is custodian of all data processing activities and supports all programs in providing quality data as needed, and technical assistance, training, and supervision to IRDO and MOH staff to enhance the accuracy of data collection, recording and reporting.