Lydia is a nurse and works as a Project Officer with Amref Health Africa. She currently provides Technical Support to primary health care facilities located in the Kibera informal settlement in Nairobi. Her technical support covers maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health; prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV; gender-based violence; and pediatric and adolescent HIV prevention, care, and treatment. Prior to this, Lydia worked as a nurse in the MNCH/Maternity and outpatient departments in the Amref Kibera Clinic, where she served as the facility team lead. Lydia enjoys farming and providing mentorship and life skills training to young girls and women. You can reach Lydia at email@example.com.
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