Pillar of Development


Administrative Data

Healthy Facility Type:
VCT Centre (Stand-Alone)
Non-Governmental Organizations
Imenti North
Lower Melili
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Postal Address:
P.O Box 642
Post Code:



catherine Kvoro
Hospital Director

Mobile Number:
Email Address:
[email protected]


Opening Time


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Born amidst the rhythmic pulse of Mombasa, Kenya's coastal jewel, Robert Gitau's journey towards journalism was both unexpected and serendipitous. From sandy shores to the bustling metropolis of Nairobi, his diverse experiences sowed the seeds of a storyteller within.

Robert attended a prestigious Kenyan university, majoring in Mass Communication. While his peers dabbled in various forms of media, Robert was consistently drawn to the power of the written word. His articles, known for their depth and nuance, earned him recognition even before his graduation.

After a brief stint with a national daily, Robert's passion for highlighting Kenya's multifaceted culture and potential led him to Zakenya.com, a budding magazine with a vision to put Kenya on the global map. Starting as a feature writer, Robert's dedication and unique perspective quickly saw him rise through the ranks.

Today, as the chief editor of Zakenya.com, Robert Gitau is instrumental in shaping the magazine's voice and direction. Under his stewardship, the publication not only covers current events but delves deep into Kenya's rich tapestry, highlighting its arts, culture, innovations, and stories often left untold.

Robert's editorial philosophy is clear – to provide a platform for authentic Kenyan voices, fostering a deeper understanding of the nation's essence. Whether it's a piece on technological advancements in Nairobi or a feature on the traditional dances of the Maasai, Robert ensures that Zakenya.com remains a beacon of balanced, insightful journalism.

Beyond the magazine, Robert Gitau is a mentor to many budding journalists, consistently emphasizing the importance of ethics, research, and authenticity in reporting. He's also a regular guest on media panels and discussions, representing not just Zakenya.com, but the future of Kenyan journalism.

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