Structure of MSAKE SCORA
SCORA Kenya is headed by the National Officer SCORA, who is currently Barbara Nyaga from Egerton University.
They assist the National Officer in the execution of the national campaigns and the local officers when they need any assistance in planning logistics related to their local campaigns.1.Duncan Gwaro - UoN-SCORA General Assistant
2.Laura Jebet - JKUAT-Publicity Officer
3.Richa Chudasama - External Affairs Officer
They are in charge of coordinating the activities in their local universities.
They are as follows;
2.Anne Nyagichuhi-Local Officer, K.U.
3.Tony Kiprono-Local Officer, JKUAT
4.Sarah Murabula-Local Officer, Egerton
5.Gloria Kimani-Local Officer, Moi
6.Emmaculate Chepkemoi-Local Officer, Uzima
7.Klaus Derrick-Local Officer, Maseno
8.Esther Kibor-Local Officer KeMU
9.Hafswa Khamis Nassor-Local Officer MKU
A world where every individual is empowered to exercise their sexual and reproductive health rights equally, free from stigma and discrimination.
To provide our members with the tools necessary to advocate for sexual and reproductive health and rights within their respective communities in a culturally respected fashion. This has been accomplished through building the skills and the knowledge about, providing trainings on Comprehensive Sexuality Education other respective reproductive health issues, exchanging ideas and projects, as well as drafting policies and working with our external partners in order to create change in local, regional and international level.
To raise awareness on topics related to HIV and AIDS and sexual and reproductive health.
To decrease the stigma and discrimination against people living with HIV and AIDS.
To raise awareness and increase knowledge about facts, scientific research, global agreements and documents concerning sexual and reproductive health.
Promote positive sexuality and healthy sexual life.
Advocating for policies concerning sexual and reproductive health and represent medical student worldwide.
Collaborate and facilitate joint actions concerning medical education, public health, and human rights.
Provide tools for capacity building for future healthcare professionals in terms of sexual and reproductive health and rights.