WHO WE ARE
The Kiribati Family Health Association (KFHA) is a leading NGO service provider in advocating reproductive health care and in fostering the rights for all individuals in Kiribati. KFHA is a duly registered NGO working in close collaboration with the Government of Kiribati through its various agencies, moreover through the Ministry of Health and Medical Services, NGOs and other key stakeholders in addressing HIV&AIDs, STI and SRH including Family Planning issues.
KFHA under the guidance of the National Council is working towards an environment where women, men and young people have control over their own bodies, and are able to make right choices for their own lives. The overall objective of KFHA is to ensure that people of Kiribati are well informed through its public awareness programs and training modules about their own bodies, to enable them control and master their own choices and destinies in the pursuance of good health for themselves.
KFHA envisages a place in which all i-Kiribati have access to the information and services they need on reproductive health care (including Family Planning), HIV, AIDs and STI.
KFHA aims to improve the quality of life of individuals and Families by providing services and awareness programs on reproductive health care, family planning and the individual’s rights, especially for the most marginalized women, men and young people. KFHA shall strive to eliminate sexually transmitted infections (STI) and to reduce the spread and impact of HIV & AIDs by ensuring that women and young girls are not put at unnecessary risks that could lead them to acute illness and ultimately death.
OUR CORE VALUES
- The rights for all to make informed decisions;
- Individual rights to access to information and services on sexual reproductive health , HIV & AIDS, STI, and Family Planning;
- Participation of Youth as implementing partners through advocacy and services especially for the most vulnerable people;
- We are committed to work in partnership with individual, communities, governments, NGOs and donor agencies; and
- The participation of people living with HIV & AIDs.