In collaboration with the Ministry of Health the organization facilitates health outreaches in the hard to reach areas. Both curative and preventive services are offered to infants and their parents. All these are aimed at greatly improving the health of community members. Some of the services offered are: immunization, Family planning services, Treatment of minor ailments, and HIV Testing and Counseling.

The organization also supports community dialogues. This is to help address negative health issues such as low latrine coverage, low antenatal care (ANC) attendance as well as low immunization coverage. The participants are sensitized on the importance of expectant mothers visiting health facilities for ANC services at least four times, skilled delivery and post-natal care services. They are also sensitized on ownership and proper usage of latrine and how to construct the latrines using materials available within their locality. Emphasis is also put on hand washing in order to curb and reduce diseases caused by diarrheal cases .

We have programs that support hand washing sensitizations in schools. This mostly target primary schools where children are trained on proper hand washing and the importance of washing hands. Additionally, the organization in partnership with other stakeholders support commemoration of the global hand washing Day. Further, in partnership with the Ministry of Health the organization supports supplementary feeding in the ECDs that fall within the project coverage areas. This is done hand in hand with growth monitoring in the target ECD centres.

Trainings on Sexual Reproductive Health

In collaboration with the ministry of health, training are conducted for youths in school and out of school on reproductive health and life skills. The participants are taken through topical issues including but not limited to puberty and adolescence, HIV& AIDS (transmission and prevention), sexually transmitted diseases, drugs and substance abuse prevention, negative peer influence and how to mitigate the same and effects of early/unwanted pregnancies so as for the youth to make good decisions concerning their reproductive health. The girls are taught how to cope with negative peer pressure associated with female genital cutting (FGC).