HIV/AIDS Stigma and Refusal of HIV Testing among Pregnant Women in Rural Kenya
The Study of HIV and Antenatal care Integration in Pregnancy in Kenya
How Perceptions of HIV-Related Stigma Affect Decision- Making Regarding Childbirth in Rural Kenya
The effect of integration of HIV care and treatment into antenatal care clinics on mother-to-child HIV transmission and maternal outcomes in Nyanza, Kenya
Fertility Intentions and Interest in Integrated Family Planning Services among Women Living with HIV in Nyanza Province, Kenya: A Qualitative Study
Factors Associated with Pregnant Women’s Anticipations and Experiences of HIV-related Stigma in Rural Kenya
“You Know You Are Sick, Why Do You Carry A Pregnancy Again?” Applying the Socio-Ecological Model to Understand Barriers to PMTCT Service Utilization in Western Kenya
Perceived Quality of Care of Community Health Worker and Facility-Based Health Worker Management of Pneumonia in Children Under 5 Years in Western Kenya
Health facility challenges to the provision of Option B+ in western Kenya: a qualitative study.
Integration of family planning services into HIV care clinics: Results one year after a cluster randomized controlled trial in Kenya.
Household water insecurity is associated with a range of negative consequences among pregnant Kenyan women of mixed HIV status.