• Reducing Maternal and Child Mortality Rates (Jamii Bora MNCH Program)
  • Chief Guest, C.S for Health Dr.James Macharia and other Guests at the 6th Conference on Peer Education, Sexuality, HIV and AIDS
  • Networking with other organizations to change lives
  • Taking services to where they are needed (Domestic Workers Program)
  • Interactive forums for idea sharing
  • In-school peer education (HOPE Program)
  • Using peer-centered approaches to address risk behaviors among youth
  • Changing lives in the community. US Amb to Kenya Robert Godec, Kimberly Tilock-Global Communities and Bon'eye (P-Unit) planting a tree

About Us

National Organization of Peer Educators (NOPE) is a non-governmental organization (NGO) that works in public health and social programs in the East Africa region. NOPE was registered in Kenya in 2001 and changed its mandate to international in 2007. NOPE has country office in Uganda and is involved in programs in Tanzania. NOPE is a strategic partner in the USAID Cross Border Health Integrated Program Partnership (CB-HIPP) implemented in along the Northern Transport Corridor covering Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi.

NOPE implements health and social programs targeting youth in school (including colleges and universities), youth out school, employees in formal and informal workplaces and inadequately served populations (sex workers, young women aged 14-25 years, fisher folks, youth in informal settlements, persons with disability). NOPE envisions ‘a world with healthy communities and sustained social development and is on a mission to build the capacity of communities and organizations for delivery of quality health and social services.

Key Achievements

  • HOPE Program

    " 19,882 Peers reached through small group sessions and Behavior Change Communication (BCC) activities "

  • Domestic Workers Project

    "Distributed 15,510 male and 1,700 female condoms to domestic workers

  •  APHIAplus Kamili (Zone 4: Eastern and Central)

    "NOPE has reached over 15,000 MARPs with comprehensive services"

  • APHIAPlus Western/Nyanza

    "Rolled out prevention with positives (PWP) campaigns in workplaces"
  • Global Fund Round 7

    "Reached 4,745 (2719 M, 2026 F) through one-on-one and group Peer Education sessions organized by NOPE"

  • Jamii Bora - Maternal Neonatal and Child Health-Samburu

    "899 young mothers have been reached through mother to mother support group intervention sessions with FP, PMTCT, HTC and hospital delivery messages"

Success Stories

 This section brings to you the success NOPE has enjoyed while working all around the Kenyan Communities.

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Our Campaigns

 

 YPEER Network is currently engaging in the 16 Days of Activism (25th November – 10th December 2014) and we invite you to 16 Days of Activism today!