Health Association of Sisterhoods of Kenya (HASK), through her partners and stakeholders, aspires to turn compassion into action to ensure the good health and well-being of all families and communities.
Strengthening our relationships and networking within sisters run health facilities and our communities to enhance the quality of presence and tradition of caring, which are the hallmarks of Catholic sisters’ health ministry, for effective, affordable, accessible, and sustainable healthcare provision.
The main goal of the association is to ensure well-coordinated health services across the health facilities, networking with the like minds stakeholders to improve health outcomes and strengthen the health systems.
HASK, through our sisters-run facilities, have been able to raise awareness about COVID-19 to poor, marginalized and less fortunate communities through their wareness campaigns.
The sister-led awareness campaign launched earlier in th year has seen a significant proportion of the population in our catchment areas get vaccinated to prevent spread of COVID-19.
On September 17th 2021, the Association of Sisterhoods of Kenya (AOSK) held an Antigen Rapid Diagnostic Testing (RDT) for COVID-19 training for 18 lab technicians working in sisters-run health facilities in Kenya to help scale testing as a measure of curbing spread of COVID-19.
Sister-run facilities which include; 65 hospitals, 90 health centers, and 300 Dispensaries with an approximate total of 5837 healthcare providers, complements the governments efforts in treatment of COVID-19.
HASK health centres are well equipped with proffessional psychology experts who counsel front-line health workers that come in direct contact with the agony brought by COVID-19 in their day-to-day duties.
HASK has vaccinated over 150000 people (1.3%) of the Countries total vaccination. Our health facilities became testing and vaccination centers for COVID-19 after meeting the compliance requirements by the Kenyan Ministry of Health (MoH) an increase from the initial 32 health facilities.
The main goal of the association is to ensure well-coordinated health services across the health facilities, networking with the like minded stakeholders to improve health outcomes and strengthen the health systems.
Join HASK in ensuring a COVID-19 free nation by participating in measures to keep us safe from contracting COVID, encourage vaccination and caring for those who have been infected
Through collective responsibility, we can be able to achieve a healthy population and focus on development by saving money which we would otherwise use in treatment and medication.
Integration between our extensive network of health insitutions with Community Health Volunteers to create awareness and improve access to cheaper health services
Sr. Nancy and her staff in Maralal during an outreach to the pastoralist community in 2020 supported by Conrad Hilton Foundation grant for covid19 response.
On September 17th 2021, the Association of Sisterhoods of Kenya (AOSK) held an Antigen Rapid Diagnostic Testing (RDT) for COVID-19 training for 18 lab technicians working in sisters-run health facilities in Kenya.
Testing plays a key role in our efforts to contain and mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic by identifying infected individuals to help prevent further person-to-person transmission of COVID-19. The results of your COVID-19 test, along with other information, can help your healthcare provider make informed decisions about your care
Here are some of the sisters'-led health facilities under the HASK umbrella.