The Mombasa HIV/STD Research Site
Since 1993, we have provided VCT to >10,000 and on-going care to >3,800 at-risk and HIV-positive women, trained >50 Kenyan researchers, and published >225 manuscripts presenting the findings of HIV and STD prevention, treatment, and pathogenesis studies
- To provide high-quality care to at-risk and HIV-positive women participating in the high-risk women’s cohort (Mombasa Cohort).
- To conduct innovative HIV and STI prevention and treatment research that will contribute substantially to local as well as global knowledge and implementation of effective interventions.
- To support HIV and STI prevention, care, and research efforts in Mombasa by training Kenyan researchers and practitioners, implementing technology transfer, and contributing to infrastructure development.
HIGH QUALITY CARE
TRAINING,TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER & INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT
Professor J.O. Ndinya-Achola Building at Ganjoni Health Center in Mombasa was officially opened in July 2012 by the University of Nairobi’s Vice Chancellor, Professor George A.O. Magoha