APHRC is committed to generating an Africa-led and Africa-owned body of evidence to inform decision making for an effective and sustainable response to the most critical challenges facing the continent.
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In the year 2000, APHRC conducted the first Nairobi Cross-Sectional Slum Survey that examined health profiles of urban slum residents comparing them with those of rural residents in Kenya. The 2000 “Population and Health Dynamics in Nairobi’s Informal Settlements” report showed that slum residents have poorer health and social outcomes than residents in more affluent neighborhoods, and perhaps surprisingly,than rural residents. Below we contrast the report’s urban health findings with subsequent assessments including the recent 2008/09 Kenya Demographic Health Survey (KDHS). […]
On November 20, 2014, Dr. Alex Ezeh officially announced the appointment of Dr. Catherine Kyobutungi as the Director of Research […]
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