Peace Corps Kenya works with the Kenya National Government and the County Governments of Kisumu, Kakamega and Siaya, who manage their respective health portfolios through financial and technical support from the larger national government and development partners.

Health is a devolved function, and the county governments are responsible for all levels of healthcare, interventions, facilities, personnel and health outcomes. The community health interventions in all the 47 counties are aligned with the Kenya National Community Health Strategy and receives support from local and international partners.

Peace Corps also works with Community Based Organizations (CBOs), Faith Based Organizations (FBOs) and other Donors and Development Partners working in mostly rural Kenyan communities.

"Kenya adopted a community-based approach (Community Health Strategy), health care service delivery to Kenyans. This approach emphasized a more proactive approach of promoting individual’s and community’s health to prevent the occurrence of diseases. This strategy is aimed at providing a framework for all stakeholders to implement Community Health Services in a standardized manner."

Dr. Patrick Amoth, Acting Director General for Health