The Reproductive Health Network Kenya (RHNK) is a network of health professionals within private and public facilities committed to Comprehensive Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, advocacy and service provision.
RHNK, a network of private providers (Doctors, Clinical Officers, and Nursers. Midwives), has been involved in SRH programs since inception.
RHNK has trained community based Youth Peer Providers (YPP) and community health volunteers (CHVs) in community strategy for management of SRH cases.
Who we are
The Reproductive Health Network Kenya (RHNK) is a network of health professionals within private and public facilities committed to Comprehensive Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, advocacy and service provision. The network was formed to provide evidenced-based information and quality comprehensive reproductive health services in Kenya. RHN’s main strategic goal is to contribute to the reduction of maternal morbidity and mortality with a focus of the two among other five causes of maternal mortality and morbidity which is post-partum hemorrhage and unsafe abortion.
The network’s membership is drawn from four health professional associations including Kenya Medical Association (KMA), Kenya Obstetrical & Gynecological Society (KOGS), the National Nurses Association of Kenya (NNAK) and the Kenya Association of Clinical Officers (KCOA). RHNK has a nationwide representation in 40 out of the 47 counties with has regional leadership. RHNK also has a national leadership which is chaired by KOGS. This structure has enhanced referral linkages among network members regionally and nationally across both the private and the public sectors. RHN has a secretariat for coordination of its national activities.