Who we are

National Organization of Peer Educators (NOPE) was established in 2000 and registered in Kenya as an NGO in 2001. NOPE’s health and social programs target vulnerable and marginalized populations in Kenya and the East Africa region. These include youth, women, domestic workers, small scale traders and people in formal and informal workplaces. Key programmatic areas include advocacy, strategic behavioral communication with a focus on peer-led approaches, maternal and neonatal child health (MNCH), livelihoods, and democracy and governance.

Finance and Admin Manager: -HR/2017/06-1

The National Organization of Peer Educators (NOPE) is registered a Kenyan NGO with an international mandate. NOPE envisions, a world with healthy communities and sustained social development. NOPE’s mission is to empower communities and build the capacity of organizations to deliver quality health and social services. NOPE seeks to recruit a Finance and Admin Manager, who will provide financial management and general administration services for NOPE, spearheading financial management, control and forward planning for finances in line with the NOPE strategy.

Life full of Hope

Gloria (in a pink shinny dress), NOPE Executive Director, Phillip Waweru (right) and Human Resource Manager, Alice Njuguna (left) during Gloria's birthday. She was turning 16 years

“One day I will be a doctor and I will be providing medical attention to children who are like me”. This are the words of Gloria Chepkorir a 16 year old girl born with spina bifida, a type of birth defect where there is incomplete closing of the backbone and membranes around the spinal cord. This has left her glued to a wheel chair and also stagnated her growth. Despite all this, she has not lost hope in life and she is counting each day of her life as a blessing.


NOPE is utilizing PEPFAR dashboards to:

  • Enhance reporting processes and management for an overall improvement in organizational performance
  • Reduce the volume of data information targeted at an overwhelmed manager
  • Promote timelier decision-making

Living positively

Suleiman Kinarwa is the first born child in a family of three. He was raised up by his mother, a life he remembers all too well due to the multiple struggles they had to go through!

“My mother went through lots of struggles to raise my sister and I but we somehow made it through. My biggest personal struggle only began in 2013 when I found out I was HIV Positive,” Suleiman reveals.

Although his test results shocked him, he admits that he had seen signs before but hadn’t been keen to make sense of them.

Word from ED

 “The world marked the Worlds AIDS Day on 1st December, 2016. This day is dedicated to raising awareness of the disease caused by the spread of HIV. Since it was launched, a tremendous amount of progress has been made in reducing the stigma still faced by many, and the number of people dying from Aids-related illnesses since the first cases were reported.