The Reproductive Health Network (RHN) is a network of health professionals in the private and public sector who are committed to reducing maternal morbidity and mortality associated with unsafe abortion and postpartum hemorrhage in Kenya. The network’s mission is to provide evidenced-based information and quality comprehensive reproductive health services through advocacy and capacity building for service providers in comprehensive abortion care.
The network’s membership is drawn from four health professional associations i.e. Kenya Medical Association (KMA), Kenya Obstetrical & Gynecological Society (KOGS) and the National Nurses Association of Kenya (NNAK) and the Kenya Association of Clinical Officers (KCOA). RHN has a nationwide representation with a membership of 400 health providers
Since its inception in 2010 upto 2017, RHN has continued to increase access to SRH services and information to young girls, marginalized and vulnerable girls and women in 36counties. A total of 209,911 accessed services in all RHN supported facilities in Kenya with 187, 704 accessing family planning services.