ABOUT KARGENO GROUP

We are a trans disciplinary, highly collaborative team that includes experts in applied public health research, public policy, epidemiology, maternal health social and behavioral science with a specific foci on sexual reproductive adolescent and child health.

Our Mission

The Methods

We use both qualitative and quantitative methods to better understand determinants of health and how they can be framed to make interventions better and inform policy formulation design implementation and sustainability.

Research

We explore research, policies and programs with a goal of optimizing sexual reproductive adolescent and child health care delivery for women girls and children across the health system.

Design. Test. Implement.

We design, test and implement SRACH innovations across healthcare systems and address SRACH issues across the life course from a health systems perspective.

The Scope

Our research methodology ranges from randomized clinical trials, implementation science, causal inference

Our Vision

Reduced Mortality

To reduce morbidity and mortality among children, adolescent and women

On Policy

To contribute in implementable and trans-formative policies in sexual reproductive in adolescent and child health development

ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE

Seek to ensure that all women young and old have access to the highest attainable health care services.

Our Values

Competence

Respect

Compassion

Teamwork

Human-Centered

Recent Activities

Dr. Maricianah Onono

Dr. Maricianah Atieno Onono is a medical doctor at Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI), and is also the KEMRI-RCTP Nyanza Research Coordinator. She earned her medical degree from the University of Nairobi and her MSC in clinical research from the University of Liverpool. She has overseen large multi-site studies focusing on family planning, HIV/AIDS and gender-based violence. She has played a key role in translating many research findings into routine clinical practice. She chaired the scientific committee for the first Integration for Impact conference in 2012 in Kenya, which focused on reproductive health and HIV services in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Publications
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Our Funders;Partners

Our Studies;Programs

We are an affiliate to KEMRI ( https://www.kemri.org/ )