Stage 4: Transition to Scale

Focus Areas:

Infectious & Vector Diseases

Infectious & Vector DiseasesSEE LESS

Implemented In:

Kenya

KenyaSEE LESS

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Country Implemented In

Target Beneficiaries

Income of Population Served: Low-income

Mission and Vision

When Malteser International started the project there were only two places to be tested for TB in Nairobi - Kenyatta Hospital and Kemri. Both were in the centre of Nairobi and the test for TB being a sputum sample taken on three consecutive mornings, it was inaccessible to most with TB, as they could not afford the transport or the time off work. Therefore it appeared from the records that TB had almost disappeared from Kenya. It also took up to one month for the results to be given.

Innovation Description

The project has been extremely successful and the government has awarded it on two separate occasions and also adopted the Malteser International model for CHWs and are using it for their own clinics and projects.

Milestones

Jan 2001
Created
Date Unknown
Funds RaisedPENDING
Unknown Amount
Date Unknown
New Country Implemented In
Kenya
Date Unknown
Recognition ReceivedVERIFIED
Profiled Innovation - Bronze