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29 March 2021
To help mothers who aren't able to supply their newborn with an adequate supply of breast milk, a hospital in Kenya has developed a milk bank. At the breast milk bank, new mothers can donate a portion of their supply ...
7 July 2020
In Kenya's rural communities and densely populated areas, accessing sanitation and hygiene methods can be difficult, but in one slum, a nonprofit organization has teamed up with a group of young men in the community t...
7 October 2019
A region in Kenya has combined innovation and demand to develop a birthing cushion that helps to encourage mothers to deliver their babies at the local health center. As more women choose this option, the stigma aroun...
9 October 2018
A Kenyan group called Alternative Rites of Passage is offering an alternative to genital mutilation for Masai girls coming of age. Their program is working towards educating women, establishing new social norms, and w...
2 October 2018
Multi-purpose field clinics can offer a one-stop public health service for nomadic communities. In the northwest of Kenya, temporary Kimormor sites combine essential health services for nomadic families and their live...
13 September 2018
In order to reach a pastoralist community with health services, a mobile health clinic called the Kimormor has been deployed in northern Kenya. Treating both people and livestock, the Kimormor has provided family plan...
11 April 2018
In order to properly treat multi-drug resistant tuberculosis patients who belong to Kenyan nomadic tribes, small villages consisting of individual huts have been constructed to comfortably house people during treatmen...
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