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General overview

Stage of development: Implementation

Policy sector: Health

Date outcomes contract signed: Aug 2023

Start date of service provision: Jul 2023

Capital raised (minimum): USD 8.90m

Max potential outcome payment: USD 9.70m

Service users: 425k+ individuals


Triggerise, a nonprofit organisation, is implementing a project using their digital platform called Tiko, to address the challenges of teenage pregnancy, new HIV infections, and AIDS-related deaths among adolescent girls in high-burden counties in Kenya. This initiative aims to mobilise private and public sector funding through the use of an innovative financing mechanism called the development impact bond (DIB) to improve adolescent health outcomes. The Tiko platform is a free digital membership platform that connects adolescents to existing local private and public service providers to meet their health and wellness needs as related to SRH and HIV. Adolescent girls will be empowered to choose where and how they access services.

Target population

Individual girls aged 15-19 years old



  • Kenya

Service delivery locations

  • Nairobi
  • Kisumu
  • Mombasa
  • Bungoma
  • Busia
  • Homa Bay
  • Kakamega
  • Kisii
  • Migori
  • Nyamira

Outcome metrics

  • Number of FP (family planning) services accessed through the Tiko platform
  • Number of HIV services accessed through the Tiko platform
  • % short-term (STM) contraceptive users resupplying in 4 months or switching to a long-acting revisible method of contraception (LARC)
  • % unique HIV users taking 2 or more HIV services in 18 months
  • % adolescent girls who receive services and live in multi-dimensional poverty
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