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AFYA JIJINI PEER EDUCATORS TRAINING

  • WOFAK carried out training for peer educators under the Afya Jijini program from the 7th of February to 9th February 2018. The peer educators were from 22 government health facilities. The training was in order to conduct refresher training and for the peer educators to be introduced to WOFAK. The main objectives of the three Readmore…

Welcoming Ludfine Anyango Bunde To The UNAIDS Family

  • WOFAK would like to welcome Ludfine Anyango Bunde to the UNAIDS family as the Community Mobilization and Networking Adviser. Ludfine has worked closely with WOFAK having began her career in the AIDS movement as a WOFAK volunteer at Kayole slums, Nairobi, Kenya. She was part of the first support group by and for women living Readmore…

Improving sexual Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR) of women living with HIV in Lamu, Isiolo and Migori County

Adverts for Tujengane FC (Siaya) Accountant (Kisumu) and INUKA FO (Homa Bay)

  • INSTITUTIONAL BACKGROUND Women Fighting AIDS in Kenya (WOFAK) is a national non-governmental organization founded and registered in Kenya in 1994 by a group of women most of whom had tested positive to HIV. WOFAK’S aim is to contribute towards national efforts aimed at prevention and to provide comprehensive care and support to women and children Readmore…

Translating community research into global policy reform for national action

Translating community research into global policy reform for national action

A checklist for community engagement to implement the WHO Consolidated guideline on sexual and reproductive health and rights of women living with HIV
Translating community research into global policy reform for national action: a checklist for community
engagement to implement the WHO consolidated guideline on the sexual and reproductive health and rights
of women living with HIV

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Job Vacancy

  • INSTITUTIONAL BACKGROUND Women Fighting AIDS in Kenya (WOFAK) is a national non-governmental organization founded and registered in Kenya in 1994 by a group of women most of whom had tested positive to HIV. WOFAK’S aim is to contribute towards national efforts aimed at prevention and to provide comprehensive care and support to women and children Readmore…

Job Vacancy

  • Women Fighting AIDS in Kenya (WOFAK) is a national non-governmental organization founded and registered in Kenya in 1994 by a group of women most of whom had tested positive to HIV. WOFAK’S aim is to contribute towards national efforts aimed at prevention and to provide comprehensive care and support to women and children living with Readmore…