We design and conduct research in our thematic focus areas. Generating and using evidence to develop and manage
Programme development and implementation
We develop and directly implement programmes with various population groups and in various geographies.
We support governments and other partners by developing technical strategies and guidelines, building capacity, and providing implementation support for scaling up HIV prevention and other public health programmes
PARTNERSHIP & COLLABORATION
The history of PHDA is strongly grounded in Partnerships and Collaborations dating back to the initial collaboration between the University of Manitoba and the University of Nairobi in the early ’80s. Read more..
Join the University of Manitoba on World AIDS Day for a scientific update on HIV and emerging viral infections, with reflections on Dr. Francis Plummer’s contributions to science. Dr. Plummer (1952 – 2020) was a world-renowned scientist, academic, and HIV/AIDS...
The COVID-19 pandemic has led the government to put in place social interaction restrictions to curb the infections, most of which have greatly affected the key populations strategies for accessing health care services. Several preventive measures, such as the...
The effects of COVID-19 on the health and socio-economic security of sex workers in Nairobi, Kenya: Emerging intersections with HIV
Following Government Covid Prevention Directives - Sanitizing a Sex workers Clinic after serving FSW's The COVID-19 pandemic, and its attendant responses, has led to massive health, social, and economic challenges on a global scale. While, so far, having a relatively...
WHERE WE WORK
PHDA offers Technical Support to HIV Prevention among Key population to the Kenyan Government, African Region, and the Caribbean.
PHDA works in 32 counties in Kenya, with staff based in:
We also work in:
Democratic Republic of Congo
+254 20 265 4719 or
+254 20 210 1155
P.O Box 3737-00506, Nairobi, Kenya