Gold Star Kenya manages and implements a Gold Star Network of almost 150 facilities and a network of over 200 individual health care workers all over the country.
Tujenge Jamii is a USAID funded service delivery project, providing HIV care and treatment, as well as (FP/RMNCAH), nutrition, and water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) services. The project is focused on increasing the use of county-led health in four counties namely; Baringo, Laikipia, Samburu and Nakuru.
Baringo is one of the counties in Kenya with poor MNCAH indicator performance. More than 375 women die while giving birth and at least 30 children out of 1000 born die at birth or immediately after birth.
With donor funding from Safaricom Foundation, Gold Star Kenya (GSK) is implementing a broad health system strengthening NCD interventions in collaboration with the Ministry of Health, Garissa county health management team, community health strategy, and facility-based health care workers.