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Added on: Dec 09, 2016

Last Updated: Nov 11, 2019



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The Kenya Legal & Ethical Issues Network on HIV and AIDS (KELIN) was formed in 1994 and registered as a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) in 2001. It was established following a workshop in Accra, Ghana which focused on creating country-based networks that intersect law, ethics, human rights, and HIV.

While originally created to protect and promote HIV-related human rights, our scope has expanded to also include:

  • Sexual and reproductive health and rights,
  • Key populations, and
  • Women, land and property rights.

Our goal is to advocate for a holistic and rights-based system of service delivery in health and for the full enjoyment of the right to health by all, including the vulnerable, marginalized, and excluded populations in these four thematic areas.

PEOPLE ASSOCIATED WITH THIS ORGANIZATION

DIANA AMUKOA

An advocate with a passion in Sustainable development goals.

Kenya

Martin Wanyonyi

I am trained by a one human rights organization by the name Kenya Ethical and Legal Issues Network (kelin) on matters human rights,community education of peoples rights especially widows orphans,pled and those affected by HIV aids.I have formed groups and trained them on various issues on the same.I have also formed Community based organization to help the community on a number of issues among them plating of trees to sustain our climate ,supply of clean pipped water to the community and peoples rights on health and sanitation. I am therefore interested to partner with you for the following reasons(1)To be empowered more in terms of legal and community masters by continued learning of new things on this forum.(2)To get willing friends who can visit my groups and advise me on further way forward. (3)To get financial assistance so as to enable me facilitate and sustain this groups. (4)To be made known globally and exchange new ideas for the sake of my community which is poor less educated and basically discriminated against especially the vulnerables.

Kenya