Completed: Interfaith Health Program PPP (IHP PPP)

Name: Interfaith Health Program Public-Private Partnership

Duration: November 2012 – September 2015

Overview: The Interfaith Health Program PPP was a partnership between Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health, CDC’s Division of Global HIV/AIDS, and Kenyan faith-based organizations (FBOs) that built programmatic, capacity-building, sustainability, and technical assistance initiatives with faith-based organizations (FBO) providing HIV prevention, treatment, and support services to key populations.

The partnership strengthened existing collaborations with Kenyan FBOs to enhance their capacity to offer HIV prevention, treatment, and support. The partnership aimed to promote long-term sustainability by building the capacity of in-country faith-based partners to take a greater role in identifying country priorities and implementing those priorities. To accomplish long-term sustainability the PPP focused on capacity building with FBOs at international, national, regional and local levels through coordinated administrative and programmatic initiatives.
IHP-PPP’s approach focused.

Cardno’s Role: Cardno provided PPP Management; Contracts & Funds Management; Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting; and Communications & Knowledge Management services

Program Area: Faith-based organizations; Key Population Prevention (KPP); Capacity Building

Funding Partners: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Division of Global HIV/AIDS & Tuberculosis

Private Partner: Emory University, Rollins School of Public HealthSt. Paul’s UniversityChristian Health Association of Kenya

Contact: For more information contact [email protected] and visit the Interfaith Health Program website.



Faith-based health service provider in Kenya