Our History

HFG was registered as a local NGO in the year 2012. It was championed by the US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and supported by local and international private sector corporations in the fight against HIV, gender based violence, and advocate for SRHR among youth in Kenya. Formerly, a project of FHI and PATH, HFG is known for its innovative tools and interventions targeting adolescents and young people in Kenya and beyond. The tools include the iconic G-Pange Brand and the Shuga Package. HFG’s primary target are adolescents and youth aged 10-24 years. Secondary Audience include parents, teachers, the general community. HFG Implements special programs targeting adolescent girls and young women. HFG meaningfully engages young people in the entire Project Cycle management.

HFG Mission

To revolutionize public health interventions, combining the core competencies of the private sector with the technical expertise of Government and development partners in order to inspire and provide opportunities for Kenyan youth to live healthy and productive lives.

HFG Vision

A generation free of HIV

HFG Value

 Accountability for programmatic results and financial stewardship.
 Transparency in decision making, relationships and communication
 Collaboration and engagement with partners
 Integrity in management of partnership activities
Diversity in all forms is respected and encouraged
 Equity in the treatment of others
 Commitment to the aspirations of the youth
 Innovation in our program
 Results-oriented approach

Impact RDO
Red Cross
Housing Finance Foundation
UNICEF/National Youth Talent
German Institute of Professional Studies
Standard Group
KEMRI CDC
ICRH Kenya
Peer Educators
CSA