A goat that matters – a gift that cares

Recently, when a colleague left the company my colleagues handed over a very special gift – not to her personally, but dedicated to her: a goat for our community with people with albinism in Webuye. The excitement in our local community was very big. It was the first goat among some chicken that will help…

When students learn from people living close to the poverty line – field visits during our Venture4change program in Kenya

Developing social entrepreneurial ideas for food safety and food security – this is the task in this year‘s Making More Health Venture4change program for students in Western Kenya. On Friday last week 50 students from three universities (Eldoret university, Moi university and Kibabii university) – after first theoretical sessions- learned directly from the ground while…

Hydroponic farming – an interesting topic to many people

The group of 20 students comprised some of our MMH volunteers from our people with albinism communities, teachers, religious leaders, community group leaders, Some of our Making More Health Lastmile personnel, police officers and also the national administrator -chief. A Medical social worker from the hospital joined, as well. The reason? Yesterday, the first hydroponic…

Our school buildings in rural Kenya are on the way

In the 2nd phase of our MMH school project, St. Kibisu school close to Webuye, Kenya, three additional 3 classrooms and pit latrines have already been added this year. We are thankful also to the local contractor as he helps to make this school a very special one- not just through the way or quality…

Our MMH school is growing

On 18 May 2021 the second building phase of the Making More Health school St. Paul’s Kibisi has started. This phase will include the construction of more classrooms and teachers’ room. In the first phase three classrooms and hygiene facilities had been set up. A huge tent in addition helped the students in the rainy…

World Malaria Day in Webuye: making a difference to our communities

A few days back in our MMH community center in Webuye, Kenya we celebrated World Malaria Day. “In 2019, the Kenya national malaria incidence was reported at 125.92 cases per thousand population. In counties that make up the Lake Endemic Region in western Kenya, however, the incidences reported were significantly higher than the national average….

A trainings day at our MMH house in Kenya

While in 2020 the MMH center was set up, the buildings were constructed and first training sessions on health took place, now the activities have grown – in numbers and topics. Many people join for the training sessions, even living in neighborhood counties. Training sessions on health topics and safety, special care for people with…