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.
Our Core Values
We nurture the spirit of service for the better god. We serve not for the direct benefits we achieve but for the knowledge that each and everyone’s effort will make a better society and save lives.
We are here because our clients need and want our services. We will strive to satisfy their needs and meet the standards they desire. Our projects will address known needs and seek public participation for improvement.
We work with like-minded organizations and build collaborations with the clients to improve services. We value synergy and not competition so that our services can reach more people.
Values adherence to SRH standards and guidelines.
As a member organization, we act on behalf of our members and professions they represent. We value the trust given to us as an organization and pursue our goals with transparency and accountability believing that everything happens because of us not in spite of us.
We will strive to ensure that we improve access to services especially by making them available, affordable and relevant to the needs of the population we serve. We strongly believe no woman should be left behind in RH.
Quality RH Services
RHN commits to provide quality services that not only meet the minimum expectations but exceed them by achieving the best possible RH services.
Right to Choice
Faced with moral judgments around reproductive health, we support the right of all women to choose their options and our obligation to educate them on options that improve their health.
We will pursue integrated RH services to alleviate suffering and disenfranchising that hinder access and affordability of the services.