AAH Kenya led the national component of this global research study into costs and constraints surrounding health service delivery in Kenya, which took place in 189 facilities in 22 counties. The findings will inform government health policy and planning. In addition, AAH Kenya is also implementing the Chaguo Letu (Our Choice): How health organizations can apply scenario-based planning and analytic technologies to make strategic consequential decisions in a time of uncertainty project. This innovative research project is being implemented in partnership with Brock University, Canada, in collaboration with CerMed Corporation, USA; IBM Research-Africa; Deloitte Kenya, and Lancet Laboratories, Kenya, as well as local ‘decision influencing’ participants. The team will apply Participatory Action Research methodology to implement Scenario Based Planning with the application of advanced analytics, in order to develop robust, flexible and innovative strategies on how to implement a Cervical Cancer Sample Self Collection Program (CCSSCP).