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Integrated Biological and Behavioural  Surveillance (IBBS) Survey among Migrant Female Sex Workers in Nairobi, Kenya (2010)

Integrated Biological and Behavioural Surveillance (IBBS) Survey among Migrant Female Sex Workers in Nairobi, Kenya (2010)

Kenya is currently experiencing both a generalized and a concentrated HIVepidemic. It has a national HIV prevalence of 6.3 per cent and 1.3 million peoplebetween the ages of 15 to 64 across the country are living with HIV. Accordingto the Kenya National AIDS Control Council (NACC), female sex wor

by KELSI A. KRIITMAA - Posted Apr, 18

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Response Analysis Combination HIV Prevention Along the Northern Transport Corridor in Kenya

Response Analysis Combination HIV Prevention Along the Northern Transport Corridor in Kenya

In 2006, a think tank found high levels of multiple concurrent sexual partnershipswith insufficient consistent and correct condom use–along with low levels of malecircumcision – were the key drivers of the HIV epidemic (Halperin and Epstein,2007). The meeting elaborated that underlying these

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 18

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A Rapid Assessment of Access to Health Care at Selected One stop Border Post in East Africa

A Rapid Assessment of Access to Health Care at Selected One stop Border Post in East Africa

Migration is a central determinant of health, requiring appropriate policy and programmeresponses. Unprecedented levels of migratory patterns are leading to variability indemographic structures and associated social, economic and public health implications.

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 18

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Analysis of The Legal and Policy Framework on Migration and Health in Kenya

Analysis of The Legal and Policy Framework on Migration and Health in Kenya

Kenya experiences different patterns of international and internal migration that are heavilyinfluenced by broader trends in East Africa and the Horn of Africa. Internally, rural-urban migrationis common, particularly among youth, as migrants seek out livelihoods, work and sometimeseducation, oft

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 18

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A Study on Health Vulnerabilities of Urban Migrants in the Greater Nairobi

A Study on Health Vulnerabilities of Urban Migrants in the Greater Nairobi

As a result of the global impact that increasing population mobility continues to impart,the international community has identified the health of migrants as a priority areaof concern. In recent years, Kenya’s capital city Nairobi has experienced an influxof migrant workers in regular and irreg

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 18

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National Strategy on HIV and Aids & STI Programming Along Transport Corridors in Kenya

National Strategy on HIV and Aids & STI Programming Along Transport Corridors in Kenya

HIV and AIDS remains a major challenge in Kenya. Though prevalencehas shown a relative decline since the beginning of theepidemic, by the end of 2011, HIV prevalence stood at 6.2% amongthose aged 15 and 49 (NACC and NASCOP 2012). Currently, morethan 1.6 million people are living with HIV in the n

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 18

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Mapping of Health Services Along Major Transport Corridors in East Africa

Mapping of Health Services Along Major Transport Corridors in East Africa

Evidence suggests that migrants such as long-distance truck drivers and female sex workers (FSWs)and other key and vulnerable populations associated with major transport hubs are highlyvulnerable to HIV, tuberculosis (TB) and malaria. The International Organization for Migration (IOM),FHI 360 and

by East African Community - Posted Apr, 18

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Evaluation of the IOM Project

Evaluation of the IOM Project

by International Organization for Migration. - Posted Apr, 14

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Regional Mixed Migration Technical Meeting

Regional Mixed Migration Technical Meeting

This report serves as a complimentary piece to the 1st regional mixed migration technical meeting hosted by International Organization Office for Migration in Nairobi, Kenya from 15-18th June 2015. The report summarizes the meeting content, Including an overview of presentations and group work a

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 14

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PRELIMINARY REPORT DISPLACEMENT TRACKING MATRIX (DTM)

PRELIMINARY REPORT DISPLACEMENT TRACKING MATRIX (DTM)

Kenya is constantly experiencing recurrent man-made and natural disaster-related internal displacements. Man-made triggers include but are not limited to political, ethnic and land related violence as well as development projects. Political violence in particular, or the threat of it, has over-sh

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 14

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