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KAPTLD is a member of

           1.The Union:



To promote national autonomy within the framework of the priorities of each country by developing, implementing and assessing anti-tuberculosis, lung health and non-communicable disease programmes as well as other public health issues. 


The aims of The Union are:

  • To gather and to disseminate knowledge on all aspects of tuberculosis and lung disease, as well as on resulting community health problems;
  • To alert doctors, decision makers, leaders of opinion and the general public to the dangers presented by tuberculosis, other lung diseases, HIV, and non-communicable diseases as well as the community health problems associated with them;
  • To co-ordinate, assist and promote the work of its members throughout the world;
  • To establish and maintain close links with the World Health Organization, other United Nations organizations, and government and non-government institutions in health and development sectors.



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2.Kenya Healthcare Federation (KHF)


Kenya Healthcare Federation (KHF) a private sector membership-based  organization and serves as the health sector board of the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA). Founded in 2004, the Federation has a membership of 75+ organizations that that can be divided in corporate members, professional and institutional associations all active in the Kenyan health sector. The membership of KHF come from all the 6 building blocks of health systems as specified by the WHO:

  • Service Delivery,
  • Health Workforce,
  • Information,
  • Supply Chain,
  • Health Financing
  • Governance.

The goal of KHF is to have an enabling environment that supports quality affordable healthcare for all Kenyans. The Federation will achieve this by championing Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) for better healthcare by networking, engaging, representing;, and through win – win negotiations. The national Government of Kenya (GoK), County Governments, Faith Based Organization (FBO) networks, Development partners and NGOs in health are all key partners of KHF in trying to achieve its goals.


 3.NCD Alliance – Kenya 



The vision for NCDAK is “A Kenyan people, living in an environment that is protective against the risks of developing NCDs and that provides quality care for those who develop NCDs”.


To be the lead membership organization in Kenya on matters pertaining to NCD prevention, control, management and rehabilitation.


Main Objective
To bring together synergistic relationships of multi-sectoral stakeholders that will facilitate effective promotional and advocacy activities for prevention and control of NCDs and provision of quality NCD care services


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