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Dr. Zipporah Ali awarded 2018 Women4Africa Humanitarian Award

Dr. Zipporah Ali awarded 2018 Women4Africa Humanitarian Award

Africa, “the last continent, the dark continent, Women the weaker gender, the oppressed gender,” this is what the media has shared for many years but this is also the story that has changed. The sound of celebration will never end, not as long as we have ordinary women who are doing extraordinary things. Saturday the 19th of May 2018, Kensington, Central London once again played host to...

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Palliative care awareness on the rise

Palliative care awareness on the rise

Attend a health-based meeting these days in Kenya and definitely, there will be discussions on palliative care. Palliative care awareness in Kenya is escalating evidenced by the many medical staff going for various trainings on palliative care and more patients embracing the same in various treatment facilities. Palliative care is the medical care that improves quality of life for both the...

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Nothing for us without us

Nothing for us without us

Non Communicable Diseases (NCDs) constitute two-thirds of the global burden of disease, however, they attract 1-2% of global health financing while tuberculosis, malaria, maternal/child care and HIV/AIDS attract 90%. This is according to a report by World Health Organisation global coordination mechanism on NCDs. With these alarming statistics in mind, a two days stakeholder collaboration event...

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The voice of the warriors

The voice of the warriors

We label them, sicklings, terminally ill, the affected, the victims, ailing and many other disheartening names but in the Access Accelerated summit, people living with non-communicable diseases (PLWNCDs) demonstrated that they are not limited to these labels. They are the health warriors. They try to live productive lives despite being limited by diseases of long duration and slow progression....

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A united front against Non-Communicable Diseases

A united front against Non-Communicable Diseases

Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) account for the loss of 100,000 lives in Kenya each year. This is according to a report launched by the Ministry of Health on a survey done between April and June 2015. Stakeholder collaboration is the fresh united front in Kenya to wage war against these life-terminating monsters. The 21st and 22nd of March 2018 witnessed a stakeholder collaboration event in...

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