Over view

Our public health department began in 2009 with the distribution of mosquito nets. The rest is history.

Working with the aim to build healthy communities, our approach is broad-based covering

  1. Health Education
  2. Disease prevention and health promotion
  3. Screening for early detection of common illnesses
  4. Treatment of minor illnesses
  5. Prompt referral of complex cases
  6. Follow up
  7. Rehabilitation

HopeCore's approach is sustainable and replicable. All programming works within existing institutions to ensure the longevity of programming. We partner with the Department of Health Services and sanitation, Ministry of Education, schools, and many others to ensure all activities are working hand in hand with other area interventions and that we do not duplicate efforts.

Throughout all programming, HopeCore empowers clients to take control of their health and that of their families through the provision of clear and context-specific health information combined with accessible and free clinical service being offered through a range of community touchpoints.




Community Health Volunteer Program

HopeCore has developed an integrated network of community health volunteers (CHVs) who are crucial in supporting the broader health program.


Maternal Child Health

An innovative program whereby HopeCore engages in a mobile MCH and community clinics......

market outreach

Market outreach & Health fair days

Related to our mobile MCH clinics are our market outreaches and health fair events. These aim to reach adults in the community for screening of chronic diseases such as hypertension and diabetes.

School mobile clinics

School Health Program


Our teams visit each of our partner schools at least once per term. During these visits, our teams provide a variety of services


Office Based Clinic

This is an extension of our mobile MCH clinics provided to walk in clients at our Chogoria offices.


Water Sanitation & Hygiene(WaSH)

Connected very closely to our Health Champion program, HopeCore has installed 1,000 L clean drinking water tanks and 70 L handwashing tanks in over 200 schools.


Malaria prevention

Malaria remains a major public health problem in Kenya accounting for an estimated 19% of outpatient consultations. The morbidity is even greater in pregnant and children below five years as these groups have lowered or immature immunity.

MedTreks International

MedTreks Kenya

MedTreks Kenya is a Global Health and Medical Volunteer Program. The goal is to promote global health education, collaboration & innovation.


Youths Project

The organisation has involved the youths in different activities for motivation, guidance and counselling..

Rasorijpeg (1)

Global Health HopeCore

HopeCore recently launched an open source YouTube channel to share our learnings after 20 years of work in Chogoria

Meet the Team

Ariane Rasori

Ariane Rasori

Director of Programs Development


Irene Mokua

Clinical Coordinator


Felister Wambui

Clinical Officer


Marvin Murithi

Community Health Nurse


Melavin Muthamaki

Monitoring & Evaluation Officer


Terry Makena Nyagah

Senior Health Educator


Timothy Nicholas Muriungi

Lead Trainer

Mercy Muthoni

Mercy Muthoni

Project Officer


Monica Wanja

Project Officer


Walter Echesa

Public Health Programs Manager

James Mwenda

James Mwenda Murithi

Community Health Nurse


Chesang Mary

Community Health Nurse

Dennis Muchemi

Dennis Muchemi Murugu

Community Health Nurse

Jane Kainyu

Jane Kainyu

Field officer

Annritah Kendi

Annrita Kendi

Youth Centre Coordinator


Armstrong Mutwiri Njagi

Field Officer


Alfred Mwenda Kinuya

Public Health Driver

Jane Jane

Jane Karendi

Field officer


Stella Kagendo

Project Officer


Faith Kainyu

Community Health Program Coordinator


Winjoy Micheni

Senior Community Health Nurse


Musee Sylvanus Okumu

Resource mobilization & Fundraising Officer


Christine Mwende

Monitoring & Evaluation assistant


Martin Mugendi

Field Officer

Esther Gakii

Esther Gakii

Project Officer


Jesca Gakii

Field Officer

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Vincent Mawira

Marketing Officer

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