Since 2010, we have reached over 7,000,000 Kenyans with HIV and TB health services, we continue to change lives by consistently focusing on the delivery of quality services.
Who we are
We are a local not-for-profit organization. We understand the local context and implement evidence solutions and interventions to existing and emerging public health needs.
What we do
We optimise the delivery and use of health interventions to communities through evidence-informed solutions, innovation, and research to address existing and emerging public health needs.
The CHS Institute Limited is an entity formed and fully owned by the Centre for Health Solutions – Kenya (CHS)
Transforming Lives through Quality Healthcare
CHS aligns its work to national and international public health priorities to support the achievement of local and international goals and objectives through innovative health solutions that address existing and emerging public health needs.
Guided by our third strategic plan (2021-2025) and with a commitment to improve health outcomes, CHS works in partnership with the government, donors, other stakeholders and local communities to complement and synergise the delivery of sustainable health services.
CHS works closely with the Ministry of Health to support the implementation of better quality health services in Kenya through sustainable health solutions and the effective and efficient utilisation of limited resources.
OUR FOCUS AREAS
Our Vision Guides us
Our Mission Drives us
Access to Essential Medicine
Health Information Systems
HIV Tests Done And Results Received
Individuals Living With HIV Identified
Individuals Provided With Antiretroviral Treatment
Drug Sensitive TB Patients Diagnosed And Iniated On Treatment
Children and Adolescents On ART
Drug Resistant TB Patients Diagnosed And Initiated On Treatment
CHS OTZ Club
Pregnant Women Tested For HIV
Pregnant Women Diagnosed With HIV
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CHS has built strong relationships across the country that support the implementation of HIV and TB services including supportive functions such as Laboratory and Pharmacy Systems, Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E), Human Resources for Health, Health Care Financing and Leadership and Governance.