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  • Organisation

    Minority Persons Empowerment Programme (MPEG) is a community platform created by community members who regularly meet in restaurants and hook up spaces to mobilise and talk about a wide array of issues including health, HIV and other social determinants. With support from other more organised community platforms, MPEG collaborated with the National Organisation of Peer Educators (NOPE) to establish a Drop-in Service Centre in Thika popularly known as SASA Centre.

    MPEG provides information and education awareness for Men who have sex with Men (MSM) wellbeing and sexual and reproductive health rights as well as advocating for MSMs on sexual reproductive health wellbeing, psychosocial and economic empowerment.

    MPEG is the physical host for this project being implemented by LEHA Kenya.

    • Organisation

      Minority Persons Empowerment Programme (MPEG) is a community platform created by community members who regularly meet in restaurants and hook up spaces to mobilise and talk about a wide array of issues including health, HIV and other social determinants. With support from other more organised community platforms, MPEG collaborated with the National Organisation of Peer Educators (NOPE) to establish a Drop-in Service Centre in Thika popularly known as SASA Centre.

      MPEG provides information and education awareness for Men who have sex with Men (MSM) wellbeing and sexual and reproductive health rights as well as advocating for MSMs on sexual reproductive health wellbeing, psychosocial and economic empowerment.

      MPEG is the physical host for this project being implemented by LEHA Kenya.

    • Project

      In 2018, LBQ Education on Health and Advocacy (LEHA Kenya) conducted conversation spaces as safe spaces for Lesbian, Bi-sexual and Queer (LBQ) women to speak out against various violations they face which include but are not limited to sexual violence, intimate partner violence, and physical abuse. Through Project Nuru, LEHA Kenya improves the adoption of healthy behaviours and access to and utilisation of Sexual Health Rights LBQ friendly Minimum Package of Services.

      Structures and systems are in place to ensure effective prevention of violence and response and strengthen social, economic, legal and cultural structures and systems to support the reduction of LBQ vulnerability to violence. By targeting LBQ persons through different interventions with the aim of preventing cases of violence from happening (positive norms change), the project continues to build the capacity of health works and LBQ peer educations to ensure the provision of stigma and discrimination-free services.

  • Project

    In 2018, LBQ Education on Health and Advocacy (LEHA Kenya) conducted conversation spaces as safe spaces for Lesbian, Bi-sexual and Queer (LBQ) women to speak out against various violations they face which include but are not limited to sexual violence, intimate partner violence, and physical abuse. Through Project Nuru, LEHA Kenya improves the adoption of healthy behaviours and access to and utilisation of Sexual Health Rights LBQ friendly Minimum Package of Services.

    Structures and systems are in place to ensure effective prevention of violence and response and strengthen social, economic, legal and cultural structures and systems to support the reduction of LBQ vulnerability to violence. By targeting LBQ persons through different interventions with the aim of preventing cases of violence from happening (positive norms change), the project continues to build the capacity of health works and LBQ peer educations to ensure the provision of stigma and discrimination-free services.

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