Supporting Digital Birth Registration in Rural Areas in Kenya
Improving healthcare access by providing a system that enables them to receive healthcare services such as immunizations.
Partner: Plan International Japan
Budget: Approx. ¥100 million
Term: 3 years
Takeda has partnered with Plan International Japan since 2016 in an effort to introduce digital birth registration in rural areas in Kenya, where registration rates are low. The program helps protect children's basic human rights and improves healthcare access by providing a system that enables them to receive key services, such as immunizations.