The Society for Family Health (SFH) is a registered trust operating in Namibia since 1997 as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO). SFH is a member of the international global network of Population Services International (PSI).
SFH implemented Water Sanitation and Hygiene in Schools (WinS) to promote sanitation and hygiene in the communities.
The KP is aimed at improving access to comprehensive HIV prevention, care, treatment and support for those at substantial risk of HIV.
We implemented a community based malaria prevention program in the malaria prone areas of Kavango, Oshana and Omusati regions since 2003.
The MAPP programme aims to reduce the impact of HIV within the Namibia Defence Force.
The AGYW initiative overall aim is to reduce vulnerability of adolescent girls and young women to HIV infection, unintended pregnancies and related social determinants.
The year 2017 was spent rolling out the PrEP throughout the country. PrEP has been recommended by the WHO as an additional Prevention tool for HIV.
Our programmes are implemented in all 14 regions of the country. SFH has regional offices in Walvis Bay (Erongo), Rundu (Kavango East), Windhoek (Khomas), Outapi (Omusati), Oshikango (Ohangwena), Ongwediva (Oshana), Grootfontein (Otjozondjupa), KatimaMulilo (Zambezi) and Keetmanshoop (//Karas)