Over the past 20 years, KMET has evolved into a hub of health innovations and created a network of over 350 public and private health providers, drawn from underserved and rural communities to expand access to quality maternal and adolescent sexual and reproductive health services. The organization has been recognized locally and internationaly for its efforts and was recently feted with the Award of Excellence in Advancing Maternal & Child Health in the 2021 Quality Healthcare Kenyan Awards sponsored by UNFPA, SafeCAre among other partners. 

In the year 2004 and 2006 KMET received the prestigious Margaret Sanger Award; in 2013 was feted by IPAS for outstanding dedication and devotion to women’s health & rights; in 2015 the Kenya Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society (KOGS) recognized KMET for being an outstanding champion of Sexual reproductive health rights in Kenya’s counties; in 2016 KMET through the leadership of the current Executive Director Monica Oguttu, was recognized by PP Global as a Global RH Hero championing girls’ empowerment and an advocate for sexual reproductive health rights in Africa.

In 2018, KMET’s Executive Director received the Joan B Dunlop Award which is presented annually by International Women’s Health Coalition to an activist who is working under difficult circumstances to promote the health and rights of women and girls.