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Program management, business intelligence and case-based surveillance for infectious diseases


The University of Nairobi and Savannah Informatics are recipients of $20M funding to implement the Fahari ya Jamii (FYJ) project. FYJ is a five-year project funded by the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through the US Agency for International Development (USAID). The project aims to increase equitable access and use of quality county-led health services and support sustainability in the quality of health services and systems in Nairobi and Kajiado Counties. FYJ implements tailored interventions that build the capacity of the national and county governments to plan, coordinate and manage high-quality, cost-effective HIV services that are readily accessible to those who need them. Through a county-led and owned, data-driven, and evidence-based approach the project supports the counties to provide: HIV prevention services, HIV care and treatment and TB/HIV services, Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT) services, Family planning, Reproductive, Maternal, Neonatal, Child and adolescent, and youth health (FP/RMNCAH) and nutrition services, Health Systems Strengthening: commodity, laboratory strengthening, policy and finance, and monitoring and evaluation and COVID-19 vaccination support to Nairobi and Kajiado County.

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