KMET Kenya has been recognized and awarded by Kenya Obstetrical and Gynecological Society (KOGS) for being a champion in Sexual Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR) in the 47 counties in Kenya.
KMET was congratulated for distinguishing itself in policy advancement, practice and providing stewarded networking with partners locally, regionally and internationally.
As she presented the award to a delighted KMET family, KMET CEO Monica Oguttu noted that the call the organization has had in reducing maternal mortality, especially those that arise from preventable causes would not be achieved if not for the team work and commitment of the staff members.
The organization has been training providers in Post Abortion Care (PAC) services, improving access to quality PAC services in underserved communities, improving access to contraceptives as well as cervical cancer screening to underserved communities since 1995.
KMET received the award at Safari Park Hotel in Nairobi during a KOGS conference where the African chapter was started for the first time.