In our ever-evolving world, where the pursuit of knowledge intersects with the quest for better healthcare and sustainable well-being, Gold Star Kenya stands at the forefront of innovative solutions and impactful initiatives. We are delighted to introduce you to our Abstract Showcase, where the realms of science and humanitarian action converge to create a brighter future for communities across Kenya and beyond.

At Gold Star Kenya, we are driven by a steadfast commitment to strengthen healthcare systems and provide high-quality, integrated services that address a spectrum of pressing health concerns. Our areas of focus encompass a wide range of vital domains, each dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and communities:

  • Reproductive Maternal and Newborn Child and Adolescent Health
  • Mental Health
  • Economic Empowerment Activities
  • Social Behavioural Change Communication
  • Nutrition and Food Security
  • Environmental and Water Sanitation
  • Climate Action
  • COVID-19 Management
  • Growing Burden of Diabetes and Non-Communicable
  • Community Health Service

Through rigorous research and innovation, Gold Star Kenya has consistently produced scientific abstracts that reflect our dedication to advancing knowledge and improving the lives of those we serve. Our participation in conferences worldwide is a testament to our commitment to learning and sharing insights that can drive positive change.

We invite you to explore our Abstract Showcase, where each entry encapsulates our unwavering passion for creating healthier, more prosperous communities. Join us on this journey of discovery, as we strive to make a lasting impact on the world of healthcare, humanitarian action, and sustainable development.




Impact of Continuous Quality Improvement on Retention

The main objective was to address retention gaps through continuous quality improvement approaches.Patient retention, defined as continuous engagement of patients in care, is one of the crucial indicators for monitoring and evaluating the performance of antiretroviral treatment (ART) programs.

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Support in reduction of unmet Family planning needs among adolescent girls

In Kenya, the contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) is 40.2% among adolescents aged 15–19. Globally, Kenya has the 3rd highest teen pregnancies; one in every five adolescents is already a mother or pregnant with their first child.

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Advancing Family Planning Amongst Adolescents Using A hybrid Model

Kenya experiences high fertility rates among adolescents, which is currently estimated at 106 births per 1000 females aged 15–19 years. In Baringo county, teenage pregnancies often result from low use of and/or unmet need for contraceptives.

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COVID-19 vaccines have played a crucial role in bolstering immunity across the population, resulting in a notable decline in infections.

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HPV Vaccine uptake among adolescent girls

Cervical cancer is a global killer and predominantly affects HPV unvaccinated HIV-positive women more than those who are HIV-negative or vaccinated.

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