Web Magazine

Mar
22
Published on 22 March 2019

With a population of 46 million, 41 percent of Kenyans still rely on unimproved water sources, such as ponds, shallow wells and rivers, while 59 percent of Kenyans use unimproved sanitation solutions. These challenges are especially evident in the rural areas and the urban slums. Only 9 out of 55 pu...

Web Magazine
Mar
08
Published on 8 March 2019

Every girls in the world felt ashamed at least once for having a red spot on her skirt/jeans/bikini/beach towel, or in the moment to take a sanitary pad out of the bag in front of her classmates and hide it in the sleeve/jeans pocket till the moment you decide to hide it in a nice and socially accep...

Web Magazine
Mar
04
Published on 4 March 2019

Today we will talk a little more about a project financed by Prima Spes, the Nairobi Nutritional Project. We already showed you how our nutritionist works in our partner facilities to improve children and mothers health, and to teach them the importance of a balanced diet for the children’...

Web Magazine
Feb
12
Published on 12 February 2019

The Feeding Program starts from the assumption that an healthy meal in school increases the attention in class and the regular attendance, along with the general well-being of the pupils and their motivation. For this reason, the last month World Friends held a meeting in the Ngong Office with the ...

Web Magazine
Feb
07
Published on 7 February 2019

The RU Neema Hospital adopts new facilities and new medical services! The new Specialist Clinics Department, operative from the end of February, it hosts the new Clinics of: Ophthalmology, Otorhinolaryngology, Dermatology, Brest clinic, Dentistry (dental clinic) and offers the new EEG service (Elect...

Web Magazine
Feb
06
Published on 6 February 2019

On the International Day against Female Genital Mutilation it's important to make known how and why these practices continue to be perpetrated in many societies, including Kenya's one. Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) includes the intentionally altered procedure, behavior of the total or provocative...

Right to health
Jan
16
Published on 16 January 2019

Today we talk about the hard daily work of Winnie and Sadi, to carry on the Nairobi Nutritional Project, already present in two health facilities, that recently expanded its activity in Jahmii Kipawa Clinic, in the slum of Kariobangi (Nairobi North East), thanks to the support of the Foundation Prim...

Education and training
Dec
29
Published on 29 December 2018

My name is Eunice Keziah and I would like to share my journey with Neema Hospital. I got pregnant at an early age of 18 years. I was so stressed up that I didn’t know what would happen to me. I was a college student by that time. I was introduced to pro-life by one of my teachers and trough them I...

Right to health
Dec
26
Published on 26 December 2018

My name is Wilfred Khatela Mutuba, I am from Huruma, in a place know as Madoya. I could not walk neither play football, standing up was a problem. When I was going to school, children on the streets could laugh at me; some of them understood my situation and knew it was not my fault. When I wo...

Senza categoria
Dec
07
Published on 7 December 2018

On 7 december 2018 World Friends organized a day to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the birth of the Ruaraka Uhai Neema Hospital in Nairobi. The RUNH is a center of excellence created by the NGO, inaugurated in Kenya in November 2008 and operational since March 2009. To celebrate with all the l...

Right to health