Mobile Library

NNAK has established mobile libraries in all the 47 counties to ensure nurses and other medical personnel have access to medical information even in the remotest part of the currently.

Leadership for Change

The association trains it member to be better managers and leaders within the health sector. Over 80 senior nurses have been trained, it’s usually a one year program through distance learning and we are seeking its accreditation in the currently.

Help Baby Breathe

This is a project to train nurses to take care of the neonates and it has helped the establishment of nursery units in many hospitals.

Heshima Project

Jointly with the ministry and FIDA-K the association carried out a study on disrespect and abuse during child birth. Currently we are using the findings to increase hospital based deliveries and this has been a success. We organize open maternity Read More …


We have trained over a 120 nurses of how to manage MDR-TB and some have been trained as TOT and have gone ahead to train

Girl child project

The project educates orphans left behind by nurses and since its inception in 2006 we have educated over 80 girls from the primary to the secondary school.

Health Bill

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NNAK has collaborated with the Kenya health professional’s society (KHPS) to advocate for effective devolution of health services as enshrined in the Kenyan constitution 2010, for effective regulation of health care provision across the country and to provide for coordination Read More …

HMS-BAB Project

This is a research intervention in collaboration with FIGO and KOGs that build capacity of nurses to deal with post natal hemorrhage that is responsible for unwarranted loss of lives of Kenyan mothers

SAAF Project

Focuses on the reduction of the incedence of the alarming rate of unsafe abortions in Kenya by building capacity of nurses to address to address all aspects of unsafe abortions in the health care setup