Raising Awareness and Driving Demand for Cervical Health in Kenya

On Thursday, October 28th, 2021, TogetHER for Health was joined by team members from Scope Impact and Kilele Health Association to discuss the Kizazi Chetu campaign in Kenya.

The  discussion focused on achievements, insights and learnings from a communications campaign that TogetHER and partners at Scope Impact developed earlier in 2021: Kizazi Chetu, which means ‘Our Generation’ in Kiswahili. Also discussed were plans for the next iteration of this campaign, including working with partners at Kilele Health and the Matibabu Foundation.

Participants included:

  • Andy Awiti, Creative Strategist of Scope Impact
  • Benda Kithaka, Executive Director & Founder, KILELE Health Association

View the recording and access the presentations below, as well as a list of resources. Further questions and comments can be sent to us at [email protected].

Presentations from the webinar:

Presenter: Andy Awiti, Scope Impact
Title: Building a Cervical Health Movement in Kenya

Presenter: Benda Kithaka, KILELE Health Association
Title: A Cervical Cancer-Free Kenya Starts with Our Generation

Learn more about Kizazi Chetu, view campaign materials, and more.