HOW WE WORK

SAVING
LIVES

We provide life-saving products, services, and information to tackle serious health issues that affect Kenyans so they can lead healthier, happier, and more productive lives.

HELPING
FAMILIES

We help women and couples plan for the families they desire and ensure that women have safe pregnancies and deliveries.

PROTECTING FROM
DISEASES

We ensure that families are protected from malaria, pneumonia, diarrhoea, malnutrition, HIV/AIDS and non-communicable diseases.

HOW WE DO IT

At PS Kenya, our health programs work in quadruple namely;

1. SOCIAL MARKETING

We develop and market quality and affordable health products and services to reduce barriers to access and leverage the private sector distribution chain to reach those in need.

2. SOCIAL AND BEHAVIOR CHANGE

PS Kenya uses an evidence-based Social Behaviour Change (SBC) approach that allows for a deeper understanding of the underlying issues preventing a target group from adopting healthy behaviours.

3. FRANCHISING FOR HEALTH

Social Franchising applies commercial strategies to the health sector to efficiently expand access to higher quality healthcare that is affordable for all communities. PS Kenya has established a social franchise of over 400 private providers under one brand name, “Tunza”, where the public can access affordable, reliable, and high-quality health services.

4. MEDICAL DETAILS

Through Provider Behaviour Change (PBC), PS Kenya enhances the capacity of pharmacy providers to offer the right information, counselling and appropriate referrals.

OUR PROGRESS

CORPORATE PROFILE
ANNUAL REPORT (2021)

HEALTH IMPACT IN 2021

1,201,835

Couple Years Of Protection

1,785,456

Healthy Lives Added

27,711,488

Condoms Distributed

HEALTH IMPACT IN 2017

1,045,869

Couple Years Of Protection

1,917,220

Healthy Lives Added

2,332,163

Nets Distributed

53,975,194

Condoms Distributed

27,875,040

Water Treated

212,997

HIV Services Accessed

161,317

Screened for hypertension

356,244

Contraceptive services

32,424

Screened for cervical cancer