Health Financing

The promulgation of the constitution in 2010 was a major milestone towards the improvement of health standards. Citizen’s high expectations are grounded on the fact that the Constitution states that every citizen has right to life, right to the highest attainable standard of health including reproductive health and emergency treatment; right to be free from hunger and to have food of acceptable quality; right to clean, safe and adequate water and reasonable standards of sanitation and the right to a clean healthy environment.


Informed by this, NAYA Kenya advocates for the need to consolidate gains made in respect to provision of service delivery; leverage existing decentralized structures in health; and creating a forum for policy dialogue with policy makers at the counties.
NAYA works with the community in ensuring that they understand the health financing system at the local level and the need to participate in the management of the health units by bringing together the community and government officials to build a consensus on how the government health institutions should best address their needs.


Toms Sko

July 10, 2015 at 12:19 pm

impressive to see..Coming back here realy changed something inside of me, i don feel the same, it

Laban Kariuki

April 27, 2017 at 12:42 pm

I work with NOPE > National organization of peer education as the lead facilitator for youth based issues.
I am requesting if you have activities I can come on board to facilitate you link me.Am available to share my experience knowledge and expertise.


    August 14, 2017 at 9:25 am

    Hi Laban,

    Thank you for your words and expression of interests. In case of any opportunities, we will publish them here and on our social media pages. Do follow us.

    Warm Regards,


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