CERF-funded Project

Kenya

Rapid Life-saving Health Emergency Response to Floods and Associated Diseases Outbreaks in Kenya (20-RR-CEF-036)

Project overview

The main objective of this UNICEF project is to contribute to a reduction of morbidity and mortality of vulnerable children, pregnant and lactating women, and women and men in eight Kenyan counties affected by floods and subsequent disease outbreaks. With this CERF grant, UNICEF provides 16 acute watery diarrhea (AWD)-periphery drug kits, 8 AWD-periphery renewable kits, 700 cholera rapid diagnostic kits and essential health medicines. The project benefits 88,895 people (including 20,402 girls and 29,545 women).