We save lives and improve the quality of life for the people in Kinondo villages, where the average income is among the lowest in Kenya.
And, through sponsorships, we support the education of children from Kinondo.
In 2008, there was no affordable health care available for the villagers in Kinondo. There were children that were deaf due to untreated and repeated ear infections. Many children were plagued by the jigger parasite and the malaria mortality rate was high. Babies were delivered in primitive homes with the support of traditional birth attendants with no medical education. The mortality among mothers and babies was high. People suffering from malaria, HIV, TB and diabetes did not get any proper treatment.
That is why we built Kinondo Medical center in 2008.