About us

The Kenya Health Management Information Systems project (KeHMIS) is implemented by Palladium, funded by PEPFAR through the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Our main goal is to support the Ministry of Health, County Health Management Teams, and Service Delivery Partners in Developing and Maintaining Health Information Systems Innovations in the Republic of Kenya.

The project has been in existence for more than 10 years and has been implemented in two phases. The first phase (KeHMIS I) was implemented between 2011 and 2016, while the second phase of the project (KeHMIS II) commenced in 2016 and is expected to continue until September 2021.


About Palladium

Who are we

Palladium works with governments, businesses, and investors to solve the world’s most pressing challenges.


Palladium aims to catalyze an enriched future for all


To be the global leaders in the development and delivery of positive impact solutions

We spark positive change through our knowledge, courageous and inventive thinking, and our drive towards success. Our work has the power to transform lives, businesses, societies, and economies. We work towards creating enriched futures for all stakeholders, always seeking to deliver enduring change. 

We have made substantial investments to support our strategic vision of linking social and commercial interests to transform lives, businesses, societies, and economies. We have joined complementary organizations to expand our services and create a broader global footprint. 


What we do

Palladium createspositive impact through collaborative approaches and systemic models to achieve progress and success. In over 90 countries globallyPalladium has for the past 50 years helped clients to see the world as an interconnected network by working with governments, businesses, and investors to solve the world’s most pressing challenges through new thinking, new approaches, and new solutions. 

In Kenya, Palladium currently implements seven (7) projects; Kenya Health Management Information System II (KeHMIS II)County Measurement Learning and Accountability Program (CMLAP) (Tupime Kaunti), Kenya Investment Mechanism (KIM)Health Policy Plus (HP+)Australia Awards Africa (AAA)New Partnerships Initiatives (NPI) Expanding Health Partnerships (NPI EXPAND)  and Regional Agriculture and Market System project (RAMS). Additionally, Kenya hosts the Palladium Data Informatics and Analytical Solutions (DIAS) Regional Hub which offers informatics, technology project management, and governance support to global projects.

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