Global Fund R10

HIV Program

OGRA Foundation runs an integrated HIV project which supports Government of Kenya HIV program. The program areas supported include:

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OVC education

OGRA is committed to helping orphans & vulnerable children, especially those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS by enhancing access to health care, education, nutrition support and career development opportunities.

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Water and Sanitation

OGRA helped communities through the WATSAN projects. OGRA has drilled boreholes in Ombeyi market, Omen feeding center, Kochogo, Alendu, Kunya & Boya all boreholes serving communities.

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Omen Feeding Center

The Omen Feeding Programme was built by Kenya Orphans Project in 2007. KOP supports the centre which takes care of OVC who would have otherwise have ended up on the streets or trapped in forced child labour..

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Tuberculosis in the Mining Sector

Tuberculosis in the Mining Sector in Southern Africa .Between October 2016 and December 2017, OGRA Foundation implemented the service package B of the TB in the Mining Sector in Southern Africa (TIMS) project.

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Volunteer Programme

OGRA invites willing volunteers to help using their professional expertise for a period of three to six months to make a significant impact to the needy in the communities that Ogra Founadtion serves.

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Burkitt's Lymphoma Treatment Project

OGRA Foundation collaborates with Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Teaching and Referral Hospital, JOOTRH (Formerly Nyanza Provincial General Hospital) and Homabay District Hospital to offer quality medical care to children suffering from Burkitt Lymphoma. The support includes diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of these children. With support from Burkitt Lymphoma Funds for Africa (BLFA) and Direct Relief International (DRI).

Obstetric Fistula Repair and Care Project

Globally it is estimated that there are 3 million women suffering from Obstetric Fistula, of which a majority are in Sub Sahara Africa. In Kenya, where approximately 1.2 million births take place annually, the incidence is about 3000 per year. The rate is particularly high in the parts of Kenya where access to skilled delivery remains low such as the Nyanza region in Western Kenya with some areas having less than 30% of women delivering under a skilled attendant.

Women who develop fistulae ends up with an abnormal opening between a woman’s vagina and bladder (Vesico-Vaginal Fistula) and/or rectum (Recto-Vaginal Fistula) associated with reduction of quality of life as well as stigma and discrimination from the community and even close family members such as the husband.