Our Partners

Our valued partners

We work in association with our amazing partners for support in our various projects and in theirs. Kenya Health is blessed by the support of our partners and we enjoy working closely
with our partners to help create positive change in Kenya.

Rafiki Mwema

logoRafiki Mwema was born from the need to support very young girls who have been sexually abused. Play Kenya started Rafiki Mwema, a therapeutic safe house, to help little girls in Kenya who are victims of sexual abuse, allowing them access to any medical treatment they need, supporting them through the court system, and where possible working with their families for a safe return to the home.

The Tweed Kenya Mentoring Program

tweedmentoringThe Tweed Kenya Mentoring Program (TKMP) is a unique relationship that has grown
between the Tweed Shire Council, the Tweed community and a number of rural villages in the Siaya district of Western Kenya faced with economic hardship. The program connects water and people, recognising the fundamental similarity of our communities need for water, but extreme difference in our ability to access and manage water.

The program has resulted in increased access to safe water and sanitation,improved community and environmental health for Kenyan families andstrengthened bonds of friendship with the Tweed Community.

Nakuru Hospice

Logo-6Nakuru Hospice a Palliative Care Centre is charitable organisation which started in June 2009. The main objective of Nakuru Hospice is to enhance quality of life, and positively influence the course of illness through the provision of palliative care. The Mission is to avail and access high quality Palliative care service to patients and families in Nakuru County and other Counties.

How you can help

Will supply one month’s pain relief for a terminally ill cancer patient.

Will supply desperately needed Health Education for 100 Kenyan women in the area of family planning and AIDS prevention.

Will supply medications for needy Kenyan’s unable to access any other form of medical treatment.

Will pay for life saving surgery for destitute young children without access to any other source of medical care.