KeNAAM is a network of non state actors working towards preventing, controlling and reducing the high death rate as a result of malaria. It was founded in 2001, prompted by the realization that the fight against malaria required concerted effort. In the face of emerging challenges posed by high levels of poverty, KeNAAM has expanded to integrate maternal and child health initiatives in a bid to alleviate suffering.
In the 21st century, the fight against the debilitating effects of malaria is a shared responsibility that borders on promoting appropriate prevention and treatment norms and standards, internal systems strengthening and resource mobilization to enhance equitable access to essential care for a Malaria Free Kenya.
KeNAAM is expanding its core mission to incorporate other complex health challenges contributing to the high infant and maternal mortality rate in the country. In keeping with this goal KeNAAM has undertaken internal strengthening training measures to improve its efficiency.
A malaria free Kenya
KeNAAM is committed to scaling up effective malaria interventions and addressing related diseases and conditions among vulnerable communities in Kenya