Our MMH house – a house of trust, inclusion and partnering

The MMH house – a place that brings more health and happiness to the people This week, at our Making More Health house the training sessions re-started. The Making More Health house was built last year in a town in Western Kenya to teach people with albinism and to give them a place to meet…

Sex for pads and women health in Covid times

The challenges to buy hygiene pads, growth of infections, raising prices for daily items…Cavin Odera, leader of the Wa-Wa organisation, reports about the situation of women health of women living close to the poverty line at Lake Victoria, Kenya. Want to know more? Have a look at this video: Video: The situation for women close…

When porridge brings a smile to you – thanks for your donation!

Last week our first donation money reached VICCO, a NGO in the slums of Nairobi that cares for children and youth, but also elderly. The need for food, but also safety, a cleaner environment and mental health is high. VICCO has started programs such as libraries, urban farming, drawing sessions and soccer games in the…

Back to school in Kenya – or better staying at home?

Last Monday schools in Kenya re-opened. All children had to go back to school. Probably a good and not too difficult thing to do for all children from wealthier families but not so for children of the poor… The big challenge of payments Going to school means paying school fees, books, uniform. But how should…

Christmas is when people celebrate together who never did it before

After our first year of engagement in Webuye, Kenya we are happy that for the first time our community members, comprising more than 170 people with albinism and their families and also elderly, could come together in the Making More Health GAASPP Center to celebrate Christmas. Great achievements and inclusion The work that has been…

The impact of our albinism awareness program in Kenya

A few weeks ago we run several albinism awareness training sessions together with our local NGO partner Chris at the Making More Health house. The participants were teachers, nurses, governmental health workers and people with albinism and their families. Due to Covid 19 and the precaution measurements taken only 15 people could participate in one…